Obese men are more likely to have diet-related chronic disease risk compared with their female counterparts.
To investigate optimal mechanisms for weight loss, researchers provided obese men with self-help paper-based resources with or without online support.
With 6-month follow-up, those receiving online support had reduced fat and carbohydrate intake compared with controls.
These preliminary data indicate that online dietary support may help men improve their diet and lose weight, according to report in Obesity Research & Clinical Practice (2014;8:e476–e487).
From the December 01, 2014 Issue of Renal and Urology News
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