Table 2

Daily energy expenditure and nutrient intake before and after intervention
Placebo (n = 19) Low-dose (n = 19) High-dose (n = 19) Pa)
Total energy expenditure (kcal)
 Pre-treatment 2329.3±78.9 2331.8±90.5 2299.5±57.6
 Post-treatment 2268.3±76.7 2273.2±98.1 2300.0±68.1
 Change −61.0±36.9 −58.6±33.6 0.50±32.9 0.317
Estimates of dietary nutrient intake
Total calorie intake (kcal)
 Pre-treatment 1789.2±79.6 1726.4±104.4 1847.9±114.2
 Post-treatment 1892.9±72.9 1820.1±81.9 1966.3±97.8
 Change 103.7±79.0 93.7±69.1 118.4±75.1 0.991
Carbohydrate (%)
 Pre-treatment 60.0±1.57 60.8±1.09 62.4±0.92
 Post-treatment 61.2±1.66 59.9±1.72 61.1±1.34
 Change 1.16±1.78 −0.94±1.78 −1.28±1.44 0.767
Protein (%)
 Pre-treatment 16.0±0.61 16.3±0.62 15.8±0.42
 Post-treatment 16.5±0.75 16.0±0.61 15.4±0.53
 Change 0.56±0.86 −0.36±0.75 −0.38±0.67 0.280
Fat (%)
 Pre-treatment 24.4±1.47 23.9±1.05 22.4±1.07
 Post-treatment 22.7±1.79 24.3±1.55 22.9±1.14
 Change −1.67±1.65 0.43±1.22 0.50±1.22 0.733
TEE/TCI
 Pre-treatment 1.37±0.11 1.43±0.09 1.34±0.09
 Post-treatment 1.23±0.06 1.29±0.08 1.23±0.07
 Change −0.14±0.10 −0.14±0.07 −0.12±0.07 0.990

Results are expressed as standard error of the mean (SEM).

No significant differences in the week 0 value between the placebo and test groups were found by nonparametric Kruskal-Wallis test.

a) Evaluated by nonparametric Kruskal-Wallis test.

Kim et al.

Kim et al. Nutrition Journal 2012 11:47   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-11-47

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