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Inglés (pdf) · Articulo en XML; Referencias del artículo; Como citar este artículo; SciELO Objetivo: Para investigar el papel de la dieta hipocalórica rica en proteínas, El cumplimiento de la dieta se evaluó mediante entrevistas quincenales. Dieta Hipocalorica Download as DOC, PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd Dieta cu kcal / zi - 50 % din glucide (hidrati carbon, HC) = gr HC. Se dividieron aleatoriamente en dos grupos: A, sometido a dieta hipocalórica balanceada de calorias y B, con dieta no restringida en.
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BMJ ; Tapia A, Masson L. Dietary approaches to obesity and the metabolic syndrome in overweight and the metabolic sindrome. Protein intake was not changed however a low glycemic index, low fat and low saturated fat prescription was adopted in one center, a monounsaturated-enriched regimen in the other. Again liver enzymes were not part of the protocol. The current investigation is in general agreement with such outcome.
Remarkable differences are of course the lack of significant weight loss in our experience, and the adopted diet. In the mentioned series, the proportion at baseline and after 3 months of carbohydrates, lipids and protein was approximately Current carbohydrates were similar however protein was substantially elevated, with corresponding lipid reduction, probably offsetting the lack of weight loss with regard to NAFLD alleviation. One should emphasize that calorie restriction was moderate and did not aim ketogenesis, as experimentally ketogenic protocols tend to stimulate development or recurrence of NAFLD as well as systemic glucose intolerance in mice.
One confounding variable was simultaneous decrease in carbohydrate intake. Unfortunately available protocols use marked carbohydrate restriction, along with high fat followed by substantial weight loss, therefore precluding direct comparison.
Indeed obese patients have diminished mobility and are relatively resistant to prolonged diets. The major strength of our proposal is the simple nature of the diet, which does not require expensive ingredients or hard to come by supplements, thus it can be prescribed in any environment.
In conclusion, this is the first study demonstrating the value of moderate calorie restriction, non ketogenic and not weight-loss inducing, coupled with substantially increased conventional protein, in the management of NAFLD. Benefit for liver enzymes, fasting glucose and lipid profile could be demonstrated. Randomized trials with long-term follow-up, including intrahepatic lipids and liver histology, should provide more insight on pathophysiologic mechanisms as well as prognostic implications of such approach, particularly for weight-loss resistant patients.
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Research Methods: A population of obese patients was randomly allocated to two groups: a diet I low fat and b diet II low carbohydrate , dieting along 3 months. Records were reviewed by a registered dietitian and analysed with a computer-based data evaluation system. The exclusion criteria in both groups were, alcohol consumption, medication blood-pressure lowering medication and statins assessed by direct questions to the patients.
Short-term multidisciplinary non-pharmacological intervention is effective in reducing liver fat content assessed non-invasively in patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease NAFLD. Eur J Nutr ; Anthropometric measurements Body weight was measured to an accuracy of 0.
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