Table 5

Weight and BMI loss (or gain if negative) in the two groups.

Non tested group

Nutrigenetic group

P < *


Time point

n

weight as % of baseline

Δ kg

Δ BMI (kg/m2)

% lost weight

n

weight as % of baseline

Δ kg

Δ BMI (kg/m2)

% lost weight


baseline

43

100.0%

50

100.0%

30–45

35

95.4%

4.77

1.59

94.3%

40

96.3%

3.70

2.10

92.5%

0.50

90–100

23

92.2%

8.42

2.78

86.9%

26

93.4%

6.42

3.51

96.1%

0.64

100–300

36

93.4%

6.94

2.35

88.9%

44

92.9%

6.88

3.19

96.4%

0.29

> 300

22

103.2%

-2.74

-0.86

31.8%

26

95.6%

3.61

2.54

73.1%

0.023


Weight at follow-up as a percentage of baseline values are shown along with the percentage of individuals in each group who lost weight (regardless of the amount).

* The p-value refers to the analysis of variance comparing the change in BMI between the non-tested and nutrigenetic groups

Arkadianos et al. Nutrition Journal 2007 6:29   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-6-29

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