Diet Test A (Ethanol Low) Total calories consumed 126.34 [+ or -] 10.37 Calories derived from protein 99.14 [+ or -] 10.13 Calories derived from alcohol or carbohydrate 27.20 [+ or -] 1.08 % calories from liquid diet 21.72 [+ or -] 1.83 % calories from solid diet 78.28 [+ or -] 1.83 Diet Control A (isocaloric
) Total calories consumed 125.58 [+ or -] 10.18 Calories derived from protein 98.69 [+ or -] 9.92 Calories derived from alcohol or carbohydrate 26.88 [+ or -] 1.08 % calories from liquid diet 21.54 [+ or -] 1.81 % calories from solid diet 78.46 [+ or -] 1.81 Table 2--Mean and standard deviation of diet analysis values (kcal/day) for the test and control groups associated with high caloric values.
Studies using structured meal plans to achieve isocaloric
diets (5,6,8,14,15) appear to achieve an almost twofold greater weight loss in the short and longer term compared with ad libitum approaches.
The first important finding of this study was that towards the end of the study period, DOMS was perceived to be lower in the quadriceps and calf muscles of the players who ingested the CHO + PRO supplement, compared to those players who ingested an isocaloric
CHO-only control drink (Figs.
Therefore, the aims of this investigation were to: (a) compare the effectiveness of an isocaloric
supplement containing either carbohydrate alone (CHO+CHO) or a combination of carbohydrate and protein (CHO+PRO); and (b) determine if the timing (during vs.
The intervention group was trained on how to distribute daily energy into 6 isocaloric
Dietary NDF, FNDF, and NFC contents were (mean+SE) 35.62 [+ or -] 0.23, 24.98 [+ or -] 0.05, and 35.47 [+ or -] 0.14% (DM basis) respectively, the four diets were also isonitrogenous and isocaloric
. The ADF content of the RS diet was numerically higher than that of AH, OH, and LC diets (Table 1).
Effects of an isocaloric
healthy Nordic diet on insulin sensitivity, lipid profile and inflammation markers in metabolic syndrome-a randomized study (SYSDIET).
Daniela Jakubowicz and her fellow researchers conducted a study in which 93 obese women were randomly assigned to one of two isocaloric
The experimental diets were formulated to be isocaloric
Stewart reported on 60 middle-aged overweight or obese patients who participated in a lifestyle intervention consisting of an exercise program plus randomization to a low-fat diet or an isocaloric
Recently, Sievenpiper and colleagues concluded in a meta-analysis of controlled feeding trials that fructose does not cause weight gain when substituted for other carbohydrates in isocaloric