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Lecture 27 Malnutrition and Cancer
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Thanks to: Jeremy Rothstein
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Protein Balance Protein In = Protein Out
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Protein Balance
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Protein Balance + positive Growth Pregnancy Exercise
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Protein Balance Dieting Stress Illness Inactivity positive Growth Pregnancy Exercise negative -
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How about eating protein?
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High Protein – High Fat Diets
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Composition of Low Carbohydrate Diet (percent calories) Daily Reference Value Atkins’s Diets (Induction) Fat (30%) Carb (55%) Protein (15%) Fat (60%) Carb 5% Protein (35%)
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1972 Pennington, AW. Journal of the Medical Society of Delaware, 1951, 23, 79 1961 Calories Don’t Count Herman Taller 1967 The Drinking Man’s Diet I.M. Stillman History 1869 Claude Bernard 1850 William Harvey 1600
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74 76 78 80 82 84 86 2 4 6 8 1 01 21 62 02 4 Time (weeks) Weight (Kg) Westman et al., 2002 N = 41 (from 268) Weight Loss on a Low Carbohydrate Diet
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Mean Weight Loss Achieved From 30 Published Studies 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Mean Weight Loss Duration of Studies (kg) (days)
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1. Lose sodium - lose water 2. Inhibition of appetite - high blood amino acids - delayed gastric emptying - reduce the number of foods can eat Weight Loss from High Protein Diets
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0 100 200 300 400 500 600 Chicken Tenders, Potato, Beans Chicken Tenders, Beans Potato, Beans Chicken Tenders Potato Tots Green Beans Total Weight of Food (g) Sunil Iyer 0 50 150 250 350 450 Chicken, Rice, Peas Chicken, Peas Rice, Peas Chicken Rice Peas
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1. Lose sodium - lose water 2. Inhibition of appetite - high blood amino acids - delayed gastric emptying - reduce the number of foods can eat 3. No evidence that are effective in the long-term
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