[A Czechoslovak low-energy protein diet in the treatment of obesity].

Abstract

The low-energy protein diet providing 1559 kJ is the first accurately defined diet for the treatment of obesity in the CSSR. The daily amount contains 4.0 g fat, 33.0 g protein, 50.0 g carbohydrate, 5.6 g fibre and daily recommended allowances of vitamins. The diet is enriched with potassium, magnesium and iron. The low-energy protein diet was used for a… (More)

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@article{Hainer1990ACL, title={[A Czechoslovak low-energy protein diet in the treatment of obesity].}, author={Voitech Hainer and Marie Kunesov{\'a} and Vladim{\'i}r {\vS}tich and Jitka Parizkova and A Zak and Pavel Hrab{\'a}k and V Wernischov{\'a} and L Dĕdicov{\'a}}, journal={Vnitrni lekarstvi}, year={1990}, volume={36 4}, pages={368-78} }