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Look AHEAD vs. DPP?

One of the articles I came across when researching my last post was called “Diet, Diabetes, and Doubt: Is Preventive Medicine Lost In Space?” by David Katz. I wanted to make a few quick points about it. Dr. Katz writes: … Continue reading

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The Look AHEAD study: a rare long-term weight loss study

I’ve blogged before about the Look AHEAD Type 2 diabetes study, but mostly focused on the effect of the weight loss on cardiovascular events, which is what the study was designed to measure, as well as comparing the amount of … Continue reading

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The underwhelming effect of 5% weight loss on diabetes

There are a couple articles out (from Gina Kolata and Paul Campos) about an 11-year study that looked at the effect of a 5% weight loss on people with type 2 diabetes–specifically, its effect on heart attacks, strokes, and cardiovascular … Continue reading

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