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Effects of Intermittent Energy Restriction Combined with a Mediterranean Diet on Reducing Visceral Adiposity: A Randomized Active Comparator Pilot Study

Authors
  • panizza, chloe e.
  • lim, unhee
  • yonemori, kim m.
  • cassel, kevin d.
  • wilkens, lynne r.
  • harvie, michelle n.
  • maskarinec, gertraud
  • delp, edward j.
  • lampe, johanna w.
  • shepherd, john a.
  • le marchand, loïc
  • boushey, carol j.
Publication Date
Jun 20, 2019
Source
MDPI
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English
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Abstract

3.6 U/L, respectively, p = 0.02). Attrition rate was 10%, and participants adhered well to study prescriptions with no reported major adverse effect. Results demonstrate IER+MED is acceptable, lowers visceral and total adiposity among East Asian Americans, and may improve liver function more effectively than a healthful diet pattern. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03639350.

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