A new study in the BMJ provides more ammunition for using Total Diet Replacement (meal replacement) referral in place of regular weight loss support. The benefits include substantially greater weight loss at 12 months and better cardiovascular risk factors.
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This study reported no difference in weight regain or body composition over 18 months. The high MUFA diet was the least popular. Here's the link:
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A recent study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine showed that women with prediabetes experienced greater mean weight loss 12…Continue
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A new study published in Nutrition & Diabetes showed that a fully automated diabetes prevention program improved aerobic capacity and diet composition after 6 months.…Continue
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See another success story from the Preview study here.
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A new study published in Diabetic Medicine shows that 54% of UK adults with pre-diabetes returned to normal glucose tolerances after loosing a small reduction in weight and waist circumferences.
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Is pre-diabetes a pre-diagnosis that crosses the fine line between pursuing good health and medicalizing all of life? In their new analysis published this week by BMJ, John Yudkin and Victor Montori suggest that it is. Go to: http://www.bmj.com/content/349/bmj.g4485
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A study in PLOS Medicine revealed obese participants with the lowest genetic risk for diabetes had higher odds of disease onset than their normal-weight counterparts with the highest genetic risk. Researchers said the findings suggest that obesity elevates the risk of diabetes regardless of genetic profile, and that disease prevention programs that focus on weight loss may trump genetics-based…Continue
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As of the end of March 2014, a total of 7,400 subjects have been pre-screened, 2,450 have been screened, and 1,050 subjects found eligible for the clinical trial. The average age of the eligible subjects so far is 52 y, divided into 735 females and 315 males. During the initial LCD phase (using Cambridge Weight Plan LCD products), a total of 80% of the subjects have achieved the target weight loss as hypothesized in the PREVIEW concept.
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Professors Jennie Brand-Miller and Stephen Colagiuri have been officially notified that they have received AUD334,000 in the latest round of grants from the National Health and Medical Research Council. This funding will contribute to the costs of PREVIEW in 2014 and 2015.
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Some good news! Professor Angelo Tremblay has been verbally informed that he will receive a 3-year grant totalling about $588,000 Canadian Dollars. Written confirmation to follow. Congratulations Angelo.
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