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Dietary Adherence in a Clinical Trial of a Nutritional and Behavioral Intervention

Dietary Adherence in a Clinical Trial of a Nutritional and Behavioral Intervention Research Original Investigation Effect of a Nutritional and Behavioral Intervention on Energy-Reduced Mediterranean Diet Adherence Editor's Note Dietary Adherence in a Clinical Trial of a Nutritional and Behavioral Intervention Philip Greenland, MD Nutrition is essential to life; as a minimum, it is necessary to of patients with metabolic syndrome. The trial includes 6874 eat enough to fuel basic energy needs. But eating is also plea- participants. Those randomized to the study intervention group surable, and the popularity of diet books and food preparation were encouraged to consume an energy-reduced Mediterra- television shows suggests that many people are fascinated, per- nean diet and to engage in physical activity, while the control haps even preoccupied, with comparison group was given advice to follow an energy- dietary choices and dietary in- unrestricted Mediterranean diet. The intervention is planned Related article page 1486 dulgences. Food options are to last at least 6 years and the median follow-up time for the ubiquitous as well; even hardware stores and gasoline stations clinical end points is expected to be 8 years. Because of the cru- offer food options, and many other nonrestaurant or food mar- cial importance of diet adherence in a long-term diet inter- kets http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Dietary Adherence in a Clinical Trial of a Nutritional and Behavioral Intervention

JAMA , Volume 322 (15) – Oct 15, 2019

Dietary Adherence in a Clinical Trial of a Nutritional and Behavioral Intervention

Abstract

Research Original Investigation Effect of a Nutritional and Behavioral Intervention on Energy-Reduced Mediterranean Diet Adherence Editor's Note Dietary Adherence in a Clinical Trial of a Nutritional and Behavioral Intervention Philip Greenland, MD Nutrition is essential to life; as a minimum, it is necessary to of patients with metabolic syndrome. The trial includes 6874 eat enough to fuel basic energy needs. But eating is also plea- participants. Those randomized to the study...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2019 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.2019.15855
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Abstract

Research Original Investigation Effect of a Nutritional and Behavioral Intervention on Energy-Reduced Mediterranean Diet Adherence Editor's Note Dietary Adherence in a Clinical Trial of a Nutritional and Behavioral Intervention Philip Greenland, MD Nutrition is essential to life; as a minimum, it is necessary to of patients with metabolic syndrome. The trial includes 6874 eat enough to fuel basic energy needs. But eating is also plea- participants. Those randomized to the study intervention group surable, and the popularity of diet books and food preparation were encouraged to consume an energy-reduced Mediterra- television shows suggests that many people are fascinated, per- nean diet and to engage in physical activity, while the control haps even preoccupied, with comparison group was given advice to follow an energy- dietary choices and dietary in- unrestricted Mediterranean diet. The intervention is planned Related article page 1486 dulgences. Food options are to last at least 6 years and the median follow-up time for the ubiquitous as well; even hardware stores and gasoline stations clinical end points is expected to be 8 years. Because of the cru- offer food options, and many other nonrestaurant or food mar- cial importance of diet adherence in a long-term diet inter- kets

Journal

JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Oct 15, 2019

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