Equivalent reductions in body weight during the Beef WISE Study: beef's role in weight improvement, satisfaction and energy

@inproceedings{Sayer2017EquivalentRI,
  title={Equivalent reductions in body weight during the Beef WISE Study: beef's role in weight improvement, satisfaction and energy},
  author={R Drew Sayer and Kristin J Speaker and Z Pan and John C Peters and H R Wyatt and James O Hill},
  booktitle={Obesity science & practice},
  year={2017}
}
OBJECTIVE The objective of this randomized equivalence trial was to determine the impact of consuming lean beef as part of a high protein (HP) weight-reducing diet on changes in body weight, body composition and cardiometabolic health. METHODS A total of 120 adults (99 female) with overweight or obesity (BMI: 35.7 ± 7.0 kg m-2) were randomly assigned to consume either a HP diet with ≥4 weekly servings of lean beef (B; n = 60) or a HP diet restricted in all red meats (NB; n = 60) during a 16… CONTINUE READING

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