Massive obesity in adolescents: dietary interventions and behaviours associated with weight regain at 2 y follow-up

@article{RollandCachera2004MassiveOI,
  title={Massive obesity in adolescents: dietary interventions and behaviours associated with weight regain at 2 y follow-up},
  author={Marie François Rolland-Cachera and H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Thibault and Jean Claude Souberbielle and Daniele Souli{\'e} and Pierre Carbonel and Mich{\`e}le Deheeger and Daniele Roinsol and Emmanuel Longueville and France Bellisle and Patrick S{\'e}rog},
  journal={International Journal of Obesity},
  year={2004},
  volume={28},
  pages={514-519}
}
OBJECTIVE: To compare the influence of weight-reducing diets containing different amounts of protein and CHO on body composition in obese adolescents and to examine dietary and physical activity behaviours during follow-up.METHODOLOGY: Design: Prospective randomised study comparing two weight-reducing diets with the same energy (1750 kcal) and fat (31%) content, but different protein and carbohydrate contents: PROT− (15% protein, 54% CHO) vs PROT+ (19% protein, 50% CHO). Patients: Massively… CONTINUE READING
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