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New evidence for a thermogenic defect in human obesity.
International Journal of Obesity
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9 Suppl 2
A reduced thermogenic response to food ingestion may contribute to the dynamic phase of weight gain in obesity. A defect in diet-induced thermogenesis has been reported in about one third of an unselected group of obese women. After inducing weight loss with a hypocaloric diet, the thermogenic defect does not disappear. Since basal metabolic rate decreases with weight loss, the overall postprandial energy expenditure of 'post-obese' individuals can be lower than that of lean controls. As a consequence, post-obese subjects must reset energy intake to a lower level than the previous maintenance food consumption in order to avoid relapse of body weight gain.
Adult, Body Temperature Regulation, Body Weight, Diet, Reducing, Eating, Energy Metabolism, Female, Humans, Male, Obesity/physiopathology, Time Factors
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