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Effectiveness of nutrition and complete lifestyle modification package on nutritional status of overweight adult people

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Paliwal, N. and Babel, G.
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Background: Lifestyle interventions for weight loss are the cornerstone of obesity therapy, yet their optimal design is debated. Lifestyle weight management programmes for overweight or obese adults are multi-component programmes that aim to reduce a person's energy intake and help them to be more physically active by changing their behaviour. Aim: To find out Effectiveness of nutrition and complete lifestyle modification package on nutritional status of overweight adult people Materials and Methods: The sample comprised one hundred eighty adult (180) peoples (90 male and 90 female) in the age group of 30-40 year. Participants (body mass index [BMI] ≥25 kg/m2; age 30-40 years). We aimed to examine the effectiveness of combined nutrition and complete lifestyle modification package (NCLMP) for overweight adult people. In NCLMP we combined electronic Devices, diet and physical exercise programs with at least 6 months of follow-up, conducted in overweight adults Results: Although participants view the lifestyle-based, non-medical commercial programme as an appropriate intervention for weight management. Results revealed that in Pre-intervention phase majority of the subjects (75 per cent) were found to be in the category of high risk while minority of the respondents (25 per cent) had normal WHR (< 0.8). The mean WHR was 0.83±0.0 and the fat values exceed the normal range of fat, diet of subjects in comparison to the balanced diet was substantially inadequate in food groups, representing the excess fat deposition in the subjects owing to obesity. Intervention phase results revealed effect of electronic devices, physical exercise and nutritionally balanced weight loss diet on body composition of males were showed body Fat (%) before intervention was 31.10±3.2 and after intervention 29.26±4 and decrease after intervention -1.84. Effect of nutrition and complete lifestyle modification package on nutritional status of overweight adult people intervention on body composition of females were found body Fat (%) before intervention was 33.83±4.6 and after intervention 32.2±4.5 and decrease after intervention -1.59. Conclusion: Our study concludes that weight loss can be brought about by exercise and diet. For sustained weight loss along with exercise and diet behaviour modification is required.

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