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Use Of Artificial Sweeteners And Fat-Modified Foods In Weight Loss Maintainers And Always-Normal Weight Individuals, Suzanne Phelan, W. Lang, D. Jordan, Rena R. Wing Oct 2009

Use Of Artificial Sweeteners And Fat-Modified Foods In Weight Loss Maintainers And Always-Normal Weight Individuals, Suzanne Phelan, W. Lang, D. Jordan, Rena R. Wing

Kinesiology

Objective: The purpose of this study was to compare the dietary strategies, and use of fat- and sugar-modified foods and beverages in a weight loss maintainer group (WLM) and an always-normal weight group (NW).
Subjects: WLM (N=172) had maintained ≥10% weight loss for 11.5 years, and had a body mass index (BMI) of 22.0 kg m-2. NW (N=131) had a BMI of 21.3 kg m-2 and no history of being overweight. Three, 24-h recalls on random, non-consecutive days were used to assess dietary intake.
Results: WLM reported consuming a diet that was lower in fat ...