Abstract - Insights in Nutrition and Metabolism (2020) Volume 0, Issue 0
Studies on weight loss diets with different compositions of fat, protein & carbohydrates.
Background: Studies on Weight loss of a Diet that protein, fat, carbohydrates has not been established and that are high in proteins and carbohydrates reached varied Conclusions probably owing to the fact that the studies had insufficient power. Methods: We are different assigned 1000 overweight adults to one of three diets; the targeted percentage of energy derived from fat, Protein and carbohydrates in the three diets were, 25, 20 and 70% 25, 35 and 60%, 50,20,50% The diets consisted of similar food and met guideline for Cardiovascular health. The participants were offered group and individual instructional sessions for two Years. The body weight change after 2 years. In two by two functional Comparisons of low fact versus high feet and average protein versus high protein and in the comparison at highest and lowest carbohydrate content. Results: After 6 (Six) months, participants assignee to each diet had lost an average of 6 KGM. which represented 8%. of their initial weight; they began to regain weight after 12 months. By 2 years weight loss remained similar in those who were assigned to a diet with 20% protein and those who assigned to a diet with 35% protein and those assigned to a diet with 25%. fat and those assigned to a diet with 50% fat and those assigned to a diet with 70% carbohydrates, 60% carbohydrates and 50% carbohydrates. We saw that both group protein loss 3 to 3.5 KGM respectively fat loss 3.5 KGM in both group And 3 to 3.5kgm loss of carbohydrated in Both group respectively. Conclusions: Reduced calorie diets in clinical Meaningful weight loss regardless of which Macronutrients they Emphasize.Author(s): Toral Patel