Better dietary adherence and weight maintenance achieved by a long-term moderate-fat diet.

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The objective of the present study was to determine the effects of a long-term moderate-fat diet (30 % energy from fat) v. a low-fat one (20 % energy from fat) on metabolic risks. The study was a randomised, prospective 14-month trial on overweight and obese patients (eighty-nine overweight and obese men and women). The intervention was a moderate-fat diet… (More)

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@article{Azadbakht2007BetterDA, title={Better dietary adherence and weight maintenance achieved by a long-term moderate-fat diet.}, author={Leila Azadbakht and Parvin Mirmiran and Ahmad Esmaillzadeh and Fereidoun Azizi}, journal={The British journal of nutrition}, year={2007}, volume={97 2}, pages={399-404} }