Common Dietetic Strategy For Reducing Energy Intake

1447 WordsNov 7, 20166 Pages
1. Is this a peer-reviewed journal? 5 points Yes, the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is a peer-reviewed journal. 2. What is the purpose of this research? 10 points A common dietetic strategy for reducing energy intake while still maintaining nutritional adequacy is to replace full-fat dairy products with reduced-fat varieties. The purpose of this study was to examine the dietary outcomes of this strategy in the context of weight loss by comparing the amount, type, and nutrient contribution of dairy products consumed by overweight individuals participating in a weight-loss trial. A secondary aim was to determine whether individuals complied with a recommended intake of reduced-fat dairy product based on individual requirements. The researchers hypothesized that the intake of fat and energy from dairy products would decrease, and a greater number of individuals would meet the recommended number of diary product servings after 3 months of participation in the weight-loss trial. 3. Who or what was being studied? 10 points In the present study, a secondary analysis was conducted on data from 118 participants who were enrolled in a 12-month weight loss trial, the Smart Study. The Smart Study was conducted from 2008-2010 in Australia by researchers at the University of Wollongong. Participants in the Smart Study were locally recruited through media advertising. After withdrawals, a total of 86 participants were included in the present analysis. The majority
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