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Weight loss and ethnicity: a cohort study of the effects induced by a very low calorie diet. (2012)
Journal Article
ROLLAND, C., HALLAM, C., LULA, S., WIGGINS, J., DYSON, L., VAN GAAL, L.F. and BROOM, I. 2013. Weight loss and ethnicity: a cohort study of the effects induced by a very low calorie diet. Clinical and experimental medical sciences [online], 1(3), pages 97-109. Available from: http://m-hikari.com/cems/cems2013/cems1-4-2013/rollandCEMS1-4-2013.pdf

We aimed to determine whether British Asians of Indian or Pakistani descent differed in their baseline characteristics and in response to a twelve-week, very-low-calorie diet (VLCD). We then assessed whether or not a VLCD had a different effect on As... Read More about Weight loss and ethnicity: a cohort study of the effects induced by a very low calorie diet..

Assessing the significance of ethnicity on VLCD induced weight loss and outcomes at 1 year follow up. (2012)
Journal Article
ROLLAND, C., MULHOLLAND, Y., HALLAM, C., LULA, S., DYSON, L. and BROOM, I. 2012. Assessing the significance of ethnicity on VLCD induced weight loss and outcomes at 1 year follow up. Obesity facts [online], 5(Supplement 1), page 94. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1159/000178128

Introduction: Few studies have examined the relationship between ethnicity and longer-term outcomes following a very-low-calorie diet (VLCD).

A comparison of weight loss outcomes in Black and Caucasian women following a very-low calorie diet (VLCD). (2012)
Journal Article
ROLLAND, C., MULHOLLAND, Y., HALLAM, C., LULA, S., DYSON, L. and BROOM, I. 2012. A comparison of weight loss outcomes in Black and Caucasian women following a very-low calorie diet (VLCD). Obesity facts [online], 5(Supplement 1), page 94. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1159/000178128

Introduction: Few studies have examined the significance of ethnicity on weight loss responses and overall health benefits following a VLCD.

Very-low-energy diets and morbidity: a systematic review of longer-term evidence. (2012)
Journal Article
MULHOLLAND, Y., NICOKAVOURA, E., BROOM, J. and ROLLAND, C. 2012. Very-low-energy diets and morbidity: a systematic review of longer-term evidence. British journal of nutrition [online], 108(5), pages 832-851. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0007114512001924

Evidence from the literature supports the safe use of very-low-energy diets (VLED) for up to 3 months in supervised conditions for patients who fail to meet a target weight loss using a standard low-fat, reduced-energy approach. There is, however, a... Read More about Very-low-energy diets and morbidity: a systematic review of longer-term evidence..

Low-carbohydrate diets, obesity and type 2 diabetes: a review. (2012)
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GRYKA, A., BROOM, I. and ROLLAND, C. 2012. Low-carbohydrate diets, obesity and type 2 diabetes: a review. Agro food industry hi-tech [online], 23(Supplement 2), pages 12-14. Available from: https://www.teknoscienze.com/tks_article/low-carbohydrate-diets-obesity-and-type-2-diabetes-a-review/

This review examines the effects of low-carbohydrate, high-protein diets (LCHO) ( < 150g carbohydrate/day) on glycaemia and cardiovascular risk, appetite and satiety, liver and kidney function, energy expenditure, and bone metabolism. It also investi... Read More about Low-carbohydrate diets, obesity and type 2 diabetes: a review..