Energy content of weight loss: kinetic features during voluntary caloric restriction.

@article{Heymsfield2012EnergyCO,
  title={Energy content of weight loss: kinetic features during voluntary caloric restriction.},
  author={Steven B. Heymsfield and Diana W. Thomas and Corby K. Martin and Leanne Maree Redman and Boyd Strauss and A Bosy-Westphal and Manfred M{\"u}ller and Wei Shen and Allison Martin Nguyen},
  journal={Metabolism: clinical and experimental},
  year={2012},
  volume={61 7},
  pages={937-43}
}
The classic rule stating that restricting intake by 3500 kcal/wk will lead to a 1-lb/wk rate of weight loss has come under intense scrutiny. Generally not a component of most weight loss prediction models, the "early" rapid weight loss phase may represent a period during which the energy content of weight change (ΔEC/ΔW) is low and thus does not follow the classic "rule." The current study tested this hypothesis. Dynamic ΔEC/ΔW changes were examined in 23 Comprehensive Assessment of Long-term… CONTINUE READING
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