Impact of low‐carbohydrate diet on body composition: meta‐analysis of randomized controlled studies

@article{Hashimoto2016ImpactOL,
  title={Impact of low‐carbohydrate diet on body composition: meta‐analysis of randomized controlled studies},
  author={Yoshitaka Hashimoto and Takuya Fukuda and Chikako Oyabu and M. Tanaka and Mai Asano and Masahiro Yamazaki and Michiaki Fukui},
  journal={Obesity Reviews},
  year={2016},
  volume={17},
  pages={499 - 509}
}
The effect of low‐carbohydrate diet (LCD) on body composition, especially fat mass, in obese individuals remains to be elucidated. 
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