Janis F. Swain

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CONTEXT Reduced energy expenditure following weight loss is thought to contribute to weight gain. However, the effect of dietary composition on energy expenditure during weight-loss maintenance has not been studied. OBJECTIVE To examine the effects of 3 diets differing widely in macronutrient composition and glycemic load on energy expenditure following(More)
OBJECTIVE Examine the acceptability of sodium-reduced research diets. DESIGN Randomized crossover trial of three sodium levels for 30 days each among participants randomly assigned to one of two dietary patterns. PARTICIPANTS/SETTING Three hundred fifty-four adults with prehypertension or stage 1 hypertension who were participants in the Dietary(More)
BACKGROUND The major circulating metabolic fuels regulate hunger, and each is affected by dietary composition. An integrated measure of postprandial energy availability from circulating metabolic fuels may help inform dietary recommendations for weight maintenance after weight loss. AIM We examined the effect of low-fat (LF, 60% of energy from(More)
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