Comparison of two low-fat diets, differing in protein and carbohydrate, on psychological wellbeing in adults with obesity and type 2 diabetes: a randomised clinical trial
Reductions in food cravings are similar with low-fat weight loss diets differing in protein and carbohydrate in overweight and obese adults with type 2 diabetes: a randomized clinical trial
Effects of low-fat diets differing in protein and carbohydrate content on cardiometabolic risk factors during weight loss and weight maintenance in obese adults with type 2 diabetes
A randomised trial comparing low-fat diets differing in carbohydrate and protein ratio, combined with regular moderate intensity exercise, on glycaemic control, cardiometabolic risk factors, food cravings, cognitive function and psychological wellbeing in adults with type 2 diabetes: study protocol
- Watson, Nerylee Ann, Dyer, Kathryn Ann, Murphy, Karen Joy, Buckley, Jonathan David, Brinkworth, Grant David, Coates, Alison Mary, Parfitt, Gaynor, Howe, Peter Ranald Charles, Noakes, Manny, Dye, Louise, Chadwick, Helen
- Duncan, Mitch, Vandelanotte, Corneel, Noakes, Manny, Tague, Rhys, Taylor, Pennie, Viljoen, Pierre, Mummery, W. Kerry, Kolt, Gregory S., Rosenkranz, Richard R., Caperchione, Cristina M., George, Emma S., Ding, Hang, Hooker, Cindy, Karunanithi, Mohan, Maeder, Anthony J.
Dairy foods and dairy protein consumption is inversely related to markers of adiposity in obese men and women
- Murphy, Karen J., Crichton, Georgina E., Howe, Peter R. C., Dyer, Kathryn A., Coates, Alison M., Pettman, Tahuna L., Milte, Catherine, Thorp, Alicia A., Berry, Narelle M., Buckley, Jonathan D., Noakes, Manny
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