Tag: obésité

 

Anti-inflammatory effect of a diet associated with physical activity

A clinical trial verifies the effectiveness of a supervised program of physical activity and physical activity plus dietary Association on reducing inflammation in the elderly overweight and obese. A randomized controlled trial of English Beavers and colleagues, published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society in 2013, evaluates the efficacy over 18 months of physical […]

Efficacy of dietary supplement based on Garcinia on weight loss

  A meta-analysis evaluating the efficacy of Garcinia extract to reduce body weight of overweight or obese. An English meta-analysis of Onakpoya and colleagues published in the Journal of Obesity in 2011 assessed on the basis of 12 clinical trials, the efficacy of Garcinia on reducing body weight of adults overweight or obese. The meta-analysis […]

A dietary supplement based on soy and green tea does not lose weight

  A clinical trial assessed the efficacy of a dietary supplement of soy lecithin and green tea based on the loss of fat mass in overweight people. An American randomized controlled trial of Mangine and colleagues published in the journal Lipids in Health and Disease in 2012 assesses, for 8 weeks, the efficacy of a […]

The danger of diets

 A report by the French Agency for Food Safety warning about the dangers of weight loss plans covered. The French Agency for Food Safety (ANSES) issued a report in 2010 showing the ravages biological, psychological, social and economic plans to target weight loss. The analysis of several dieting “indicates that they can induce nutritional imbalances […]

An App: Effective Way to Lose Weight?

  A clinical study tested the effectiveness of a mobile phone application in the food rehabilitation of obese or overweight. An Australian randomized controlled trial of Brindal and colleagues published in the Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2013 tested the benefits of the provision of mobile application in a rehabilitation program for food in women […]