The New Paradigm: A Metabolic and Behavioral Timing Diet to reverse the obesity and diabetic epidemics. A systematic review of clinical and nonclinical evidence.

25yo yo katan no more studies

A work in progress by EET Fitness with help from experienced researchers– will also feature a new teaching protocol….more coming soon….

The New Paradigm:  A Metabolic and Behavioral Timing Diet to reverse the obesity and diabetic epidemics.  A systematic review of clinical and nonclinical evidence.

Background                   

In 2009, The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) published an unprecedented obesity study designed to establish “population-wide recommendations by public health officials” (1).  The study concluded that “behavioral factors rather than macronutrient metabolism are the main influences on weight loss.”  Researchers said no more conventional diet trials were needed and called for “a new paradigm” in pursuing long-term weight loss.   Every major obesity and chronic disease study before and since has confirmed the findings of the 2009 NEJM study (2); yet no meaningful changes to conventional diet and exercise programs have been adopted by clinicians or public health officials (3, 4).

(1) Comparison of Weight Loss Diets with Different Compositions of Fat, Protein and Carbohydrates – Established that “behavioral factors” rather than macronutrient metabolism is the main influence on weight loss. New Eng Jour Med Feb 2009 http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa0804748

(2) Does the Method of Weight Loss Effect Long-Term Changes in Weight, Body Composition or Chronic Disease in Weight, Body Composition or Chronic Disease Risk Factors in Overweight or Obese Adults? A Systematic Review. PLOS 1  Oct 2014  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4198137/

(3) Treating Obesity Seriously: When recommendations for change confront biological adaptations.  The Lancet April 2015  http://www.thelancet.com/…/PIIS2213-8587%2815%2900…/abstract

(4) Changes in body composition over 8 years in a randomized trial of a lifestyle intervention: The look AHEAD study Study was cancelled after 10 years and $170 million due to lack of results. Intervention Participants had small weight loss – more fat than muscle.  http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/oby.21005/full

EET the new paradigm

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  • NO CALORIE OR POINT COUNTING
  • NO PORTION CONTROL
  • NO FOOD RESTRICTIONS
  • NO REQUIRED EXERCISE

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