ChCh06

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274 1 2001
ChCh06, The China Study - Book
130 2 1988
Dwyer JT. Health aspects of vegetarian diets. Am J Clin Nutr. 1988;48(3 Suppl):712-38. Abstract
ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book
131 3 1980
Bergan JG, Brown PT. Nutritional status of "new" vegetarians. J Am Diet Assoc. 1980;76(2):151-5.
ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book
133 4 1970
ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book
264 5 1999
ChCh06, The China Study - Book
265 6 1998
ChCh06, The China Study - Book
266 7 1996
ChCh06, The China Study - Book
275 8 2000
ChCh06, The China Study - Book
277 9 1991
ChCh06, The China Study - Book
336 10 2002
Adcox S. New state law seeks to cut down obesity. Hhaca Joumal Sept. 2002;21.
ChCh06, The China Study - Book
337 11 1995
Campbell TC. Are your genes hazardous to your health? Nutrition Advocate. 1995;1:1.
ChCh06, The China Study - Book
338 12 1996
Campbell TC. The'Fat Gene'dream machine. Nutrition Advocate. 1996;2:1-2.
ChCh06, The China Study - Book
807 13 1996
ChCh06, The China Study - Book
228 14 2002

15% of U.S. youth are overweight, 15% more at risk of overweight.

ChCh01, ChCh06, The China Study - Book
329 15 1988

5% casein rats exercised on a wheel twice as much as 20% casein-fed rats.

ChCh04, ChCh06, The China Study - Book
267 16 1986

Activities of daily life consume 100-800 calories per day.

ChCh06, The China Study - Book
144 17 2000

Before new methods to improve exercise adherence are found, the role of prescribed physical activity in prevention of weight gain remains modest. Excersing 15 - 45 minutes per day --> 11-18 lbs lighter.

ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book
141 18 1999

Chinese are slimmer despite consuming more calories. More exercise, and possibly increased energy expenditure associated with non-postprandial basal metabolism.

ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book
125 19 1999
Colditz GA. Economic costs of obesity and inactivity. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 1999;31(11 Suppl):S663-7. Abstract

Direct medical costs for obesity defined as body mass index greater than 30, in 1995 dollars, total 70 billion dollars. By 2002, $100 billion. Also, additional $30-$40 billion out-of-pocket on weight loss plans.

ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book
134 20 2001

Intervention Study. 10 lbs lost in 3 weeks

ChCh01, ChCh06
138 21 1983

Intervention Study. 10 lbs lost in 3 weeks

ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book
135 22 1999

Intervention Study. 16 lbs lost over 12 weeks
"The use of a low-fat, vegetarian diet in patients with NIDDM was associated with significant reductions in fasting serum glucose concentration and body weight in the absence of recommendations for exercise."

ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, McDougall Lecture, Duplicate, The China Study - Book
137 23 1995

Intervention Study. 2 to 5 lbs lost after 12 days

ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book
136 24 1998

Intervention Study. 24 lbs lost after 1 year

ChCh06, ChCh08, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book
129 25 1991

Intervention study; pre-Western-contact Hawaiian diet for 21 days. 3 weeks, 17 lbs lost.

ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book
123 26 1998

Obese person more likely to become obese adult

ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book
262 27 2001
Kopelman PG, Finer N. Reply: Is obesity a disease? Int J Obes Relat Metab Disord. 2001;25(10):1405-6.

Obesity is not an independent, isolated disease.

ChCh06, The China Study - Book
263 28 2001
Heshka S, Allison DB. Is obesity a disease? Int J Obes Relat Metab Disord. 2001;25(10):1401-4. Abstract

Obesity is not an independent, isolated disease.

ChCh06, The China Study - Book
276 29 1997

The heavier the subject, the more weight he or she is likely to lose.

ChCh06, The China Study - Book
143 30 1986

The lower body weight of vegetarians despite a higher caloric intake is of considerable interest.

ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book
142 31 1988

Thermogenesis: Production of body heat during metabolism. TC Campbell describes the author's conclusions as badly misinterpreted.

ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book
139 32 1983

time-energy displacement: more time eating, more volume, but fewer calories. Satiety induced by unrefined complex carbohydrates

ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book
122 33 2002

Trends in the Age-Adjusted and Age-Specific Prevalence of Obesity for Adults Aged 20-74 Years
1960: 13.4% Obese
1970: 14.5%
1980: 15.0%
1990: 23.3
2000: 30.9

ChCh01, ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, Similar, The China Study - Book
128 34 1998

Vegetarians are thinner than meat eaters. This may be partly due to a higher intake of dietary fibre, a lower intake of animal fat, and only in men a lower intake of alcohol.

ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book
140 35 1973

whole-foods plant-based dieters consume fewer calories, larger volume, spend more time eating

ChCh06, Certificate in Plant-based Nutrition, The China Study - Book