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Effect of intensive weight-loss intervention on metabolic, ultrasound and anthropometric parameters among patients with obesity and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: an RCT.

Background Lifestyle changes are the keystay treatment for Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease's non-Alcoholic Background Lifestyle intervention is the primarystay therapy for Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease. In north India, we wanted to investigate the success of an intensive weight loss program for patients with obesity and NAFLD. Methods The research was conducted at a tertiary-care hospital, with a total of 140 patients with obesity and NAFLD randomly divided into intervention and control groups. At baseline and 6 months, the following were determined: body, anthropometric data, Controlled Attenuation Parameter, Liver Stiffness, and HOMA-IR were measured. Results: At T 6, ALT normalized in a significant number of cases in the intervention arm relative to the control arm in a significantly higher percentage of cases. Twice the number of patients in the intervention arm gained 5% weight compared to the control arm. Conclusion The heavy weight-loss program was not successful in improving the treatment outcomes among patients with obesity and NAFLD.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35444271


Proposal of an obesity classification based on weight history: an official document by the Brazilian Society of Endocrinology and Metabolism (SBEM) and the Brazilian Society for the Study of Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome (ABESO).

Obesity is a chronic disease that is associated with poor physical and mental stability. Obesity therapy is often understood as the aim is to normalize the individual's body mass index. In this paper, the Brazilian Society of Endocrinology and Metabolism, as well as the Brazilian Society for the Study of Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome, suggest a new obesity classification based on the maximum weight achieved in life. This simple classification - although not meant to replace others but rather to act as an adjuvant device - can help disseminate the assumption of clinical benefits from modest weight loss, encouraging people with obesity and their health care professionals to concentrate on weight management rather than further weight loss.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35420271


Dietary Counseling Aimed at Reducing Sugar Intake Yields the Greatest Improvement in Management of Weight and Metabolic Dysfunction in Children with Obesity.

Pediatric obesity is a significant public health issue, the adverse effects of which may place individual well-being and societal resources for decades to come. The aim of this research was to determine the effects of dietary counseling on weight control and metabolic abnormalities in children with obesity. Mean change in BMI-R was -1. 47 for BMI-R and +2. 40 for BMI-NR at the time of the last visit, and +2. 40 for BMI-NR was +2. 40. Compared to BMI-NR, a study of food intake revealed that BMI-R significantly improved their dietary habits by lowering the intake of sugar-sweetened beverages, processed foods, candy, and unhealthy snacks. In conclusion, children with obesity who were able to reduce their BMI saw a significant decrease in the consumption of foods with high sugar content. The reduction of sugar intake may have the most effect on weight control and metabolic abnormalities.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35406113

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