Posted by Chantel M. Contributed by US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health
In the study to determine change of weight, body composition, metabolic and hormonal parameters induced by different intervention protocols, posted in PubMed, researchers at the Department of Rehabilitative and Preventive Sports Medicine, University Hospital, showed that in all, 83 subjects completed the 6-months study. BMI dropped highly
significantly in all groups (LE-G: -2.2+/-1.43 kg/m(2); SD-G:
-3.1+/-1.29 kg/m(2); SD/PA-G: -3.0+/-1.29 kg/m(2)). Subjects in the SD-G
and in the SD/PA-G lost more weight
during the 6-months study (-8.9+/-3.9; -8.9+/-3.9 kg) than did those in
the LE-G (-6.2+/-4.2 kg), and had a greater decrease in fat mass
(-8.8+/-4.27; -9.4+/-4.54 kg) than those in the LE-G (-6.6+/-4.59 kg).
In contrast, no significant intraindividual or between-group changes in
the fat-free mass were seen. In all groups, metabolic parameters showed
an improvement in glycemic control and lipid profile.
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