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1979 89
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1981 91
1982 79
1983 81
1984 101
1985 73
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1987 104
1988 88
1989 121
1990 101
1991 112
1992 136
1993 124
1994 116
1995 91
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1997 90
1998 113
1999 106
2000 143
2001 118
2002 135
2003 161
2004 216
2005 252
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2007 280
2008 292
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2018 391
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Ketogenic diet for obesity: friend or foe?
Paoli A. Int J Environ Res Public Health 2014 - Review. PMID 24557522 Free PMC article.
Obesity is reaching epidemic proportions and is a strong risk factor for a number of cardiovascular and metabolic disorders such as hypertension, type 2 diabetes, dyslipidemia, atherosclerosis, and also certain types of cancers. ...This review discusses the physiological basis of ketogenic diets and the rationale for their use in obesity, discussing the strengths and the weaknesses of these diets together with cautions that should be used in obese patients....
Obesity is reaching epidemic proportions and is a strong risk factor for a number of cardiovascular and metabolic disorders such as h
[Diet recomendations in diabetes and obesity].
Riobó Serván P. Nutr Hosp 2018 - Review. PMID 30070132 Spanish. Free article.
The diet is one of the bases of the treatment and prevention of diabetes and obesity. This should provide the necessary nutrients for the organism, but also, in the case of diabetic patients, should be coordinated with hypoglycaemic treatment and insulin, called "nutritional medical treatment", and whose main objective is normoglycemia. ...However, there is no a unique diet for these pathologies, but it must be individualized, based on the therapeutic objectives adapted to dietary recommendations for the patient's lifestyle....
The diet is one of the bases of the treatment and prevention of diabetes and obesity. This should provide the necessary nutrie …
The role of low-calorie diets and intermittent fasting in the treatment of obesity and type-2 diabetes.
Zubrzycki A, et al. J Physiol Pharmacol 2018 - Review. PMID 30683819 Free article.
Obesity is a condition associated with an increased risk of metabolic disorders, and in particular of type-2 diabetes (T2D). ...LCDs should be individualized depending on the patient's energy requirements, the severity of the obesity, and any accompanying diseases and treatments. ...
Obesity is a condition associated with an increased risk of metabolic disorders, and in particular of type-2 diabetes (T2D). ...LCDs
Comparison of weight loss among named diet programs in overweight and obese adults: a meta-analysis.
Johnston BC, et al. JAMA 2014. PMID 25182101
IMPORTANCE: Many claims have been made regarding the superiority of one diet or another for inducing weight loss. Which diet is best remains unclear. OBJECTIVE: To determine weight loss outcomes for popular diets based on diet class (macronutrient composition) and named diet. ...
IMPORTANCE: Many claims have been made regarding the superiority of one diet or another for inducing weight loss. Which diet i …
Effects of Popular Diets without Specific Calorie Targets on Weight Loss Outcomes: Systematic Review of Findings from Clinical Trials
Anton SD, et al. Nutrients 2017 - Review. PMID 28758964 Free PMC article.
Of the diets evaluated, the Atkins Diet showed the most evidence in producing clinically meaningful short-term (≤six months) and long-term (≥one-year) weight loss. ...
Of the diets evaluated, the Atkins Diet showed the most evidence in producing clinically meaningful short-term (≤six months) and long …
More sugar? No, thank you! The elusive nature of low carbohydrate diets
Giugliano D, et al. Endocrine 2018 - Review. PMID 29556949
A greater intake of soft drinks (sugar-sweetened beverages), for example, is associated with a 44% increased prevalence of metabolic syndrome, a higher risk of obesity, and a 26% increased risk of developing diabetes mellitus. Carbohydrates comprise around 55% of the typical western diet, ranging from 200 to 350 g/day in relation to a person's overall caloric intake. ...
A greater intake of soft drinks (sugar-sweetened beverages), for example, is associated with a 44% increased prevalence of metabolic syndrom …
Diet and obesity.
Mann GV. N Engl J Med 1977. PMID 840281
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