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Food for Life Healthy Eating to Tackle Weight Problems, Cholesterol, and Diabetes

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  1. Food for LifeHealthy Eating to Tackle Weight Problems, Cholesterol, and Diabetes

  2. Diabetes Prevalence 1994

  3. Diabetes Prevalence 1995

  4. Diabetes Prevalence 1996

  5. Diabetes Prevalence 1997

  6. Diabetes Prevalence 1998

  7. Diabetes Prevalence 1999

  8. Diabetes Prevalence 2000

  9. Diabetes Prevalence 2001

  10. Diabetes Prevalence 2002

  11. Diabetes Prevalence 2003

  12. Diabetes Prevalence 2004

  13. Diabetes Prevalence 2005

  14. Diabetes Prevalence 2006

  15. Diabetes Prevalence 2007

  16. Diabetes Prevalence 2008

  17. Adventist Health Study – 260,903 participants, aged ≥30, enrolled 2002-2006 Tonstad S, et al. Type of vegetarian diet, body weight and prevalence of type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Care 2009;32:791-6.

  18. European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC)N = 37,875; aged 20 – 97; enrolled 1993 - 1999 Spencer EA, et al. Diet and body mass index in 38,000 EPIC-Oxford meat-eaters, fish-eaters, vegetarians, and vegans. Int J Obesity 2003;27:728-34.

  19. PCRM Weight-Control Study 64 women Moderately to severely overweight Post-menopausal

  20. PCRM Weight-Control Study Low-fat vegan diet No exercise 14-week study Barnard ND. Am J Med 2005;118:991-997.

  21. Typical Day’s Meals BreakfastBlueberry pancakes or Oatmeal with cinnamon and raisinsHalf cantaloupe Rye toast with jam LunchChunky vegetable chiliGarden salad with sesame dressing SnackBananaDinnerLentil soup with crackers Linguine with artichoke hearts and seared oyster mushrooms Steamed broccoli

  22. PCRM Weight-Control Study Low-fat vegan diet No exercise 14-week study Barnard ND. Am J Med 2005;118:991-997.

  23. Weight-Control Study 13 lb average weight loss in 14 weeks Sustained weight loss for 2 years 2-inch drop in waist measurement Low-fat vegan diet No exercise 14-week study →

  24. How Does It Work?

  25. Fiber Tricks the Brain Fiber tells the brain you’re full.

  26. Getting the After-Meal “Burn”

  27. Barnard ND. Am J Med 2005;118:991-997.

  28. Barnard ND. Am J Med 2005;118:991-997.

  29. Fat in cells slows your after-meal calorie burn.

  30. Getting fat out of cells boosts your after-meal calorie burn.

  31. Individuals with no medication changes, n = 24 vegan, 33 ADA 8.1 7.9 7.4 7.5 7.2 6.8 P = 0.01 Barnard ND. Diabetes Care 2006;29:1777-1783.

  32. Barnard ND. Diabetes Care 2006;29:1777-1783.

  33. PCRM Plant-Based Diet Study at GEICO • Healthful choices in the cafeteria • Weekly cooking class and discussion

  34. Body Weight P-value < 0.0001 Ferdowsian HR. Am J Health Promotion. 2010;24:384-7.

  35. Waist Circumference P-value < 0.001

  36. PCRM 2009 USDA 2011