Dairy Foods in a Moderate Energy Restricted Diet Do Not Enhance Central Fat, Weight, and Intra-Abdominal Adipose Tissue Losses nor Reduce Adipocyte Size or Inflammatory Markers in Overweight and Obese Adults: A Controlled Feeding Study

@inproceedings{Loan2011DairyFI,
  title={Dairy Foods in a Moderate Energy Restricted Diet Do Not Enhance Central Fat, Weight, and Intra-Abdominal Adipose Tissue Losses nor Reduce Adipocyte Size or Inflammatory Markers in Overweight and Obese Adults: A Controlled Feeding Study},
  author={Marta D. Van Loan and Nancy L. Keim and Sean H Adams and Elaine Cristina Caon de Souza and Leslie R. Woodhouse and Anthony C. Thomas and Megan Gage Witbracht and Erik R. Gertz and Brian D. Piccolo and Andrew A. Bremer and Michael E. Spurlock},
  booktitle={Journal of obesity},
  year={2011}
}
Background. Research on dairy foods to enhance weight and fat loss when incorporated into a modest weight loss diet has had mixed results. Objective. A 15-week controlled feeding study to determine if dairy foods enhance central fat and weight loss when incorporated in a modest energy restricted diet of overweight and obese adults. Design. A 3-week run-in to establish energy needs; a 12-week 500 kcal/d energy reduction with 71 low-dairy-consuming overweight and obese adults randomly assigned to… CONTINUE READING

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