RESEARCH DATABASE

InBody Scholar

InBody continues to work closely with academic researchers on a global scale to develop more in-depth clinical applications of body composition.
With our long history in the industry, we provide more than 6,000 research and publications.
Research title with ★ indicates InBody recommended paper.

Rapid weight loss vs. slow weight loss: which is more effective on body composition and metabolic risk factors?

Endocrinology
Author
Ashtary-Larky D et al.
Used Parameters : BW, BMI, TBW, FFM, LBM, Segmental FFM, FM, PBF, Segmental FM

Publication Year : 2017

Country : Iran

Journal : International Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism

Background Achieving weight loss (WL) in a short time regardless of its consequences has always been the focus of many obese and overweight people. In this study, anthropometric and metabolic effects of two diets for rapid and slow WL and their consequences were examined. Methods Forty-two obese and overweight individuals were randomly divided to 2 groups; rapid WL (weight loss of at least 5% in 5 weeks) and slow WL (weight loss of at least 5% in 15 weeks). To compare the effects of the rate of WL in 2 groups, the same amount of …
Full text