Effect of pasta in the context of low-glycaemic index dietary patterns on body weight and markers of adiposity: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials in adults.

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obesity 546 date (epub): 4/2018AbstractObjectiveCarbohydrate staples such as pasta have been implicated in the obesity epidemic. It is unclear whether pasta contributes to weight gain or like other low-glycaemic index (GI)
obesity 3888 staples like pasta, rice and breads are increasingly being implicated in the epidemics of overweight and obesity .[2] Although systematic reviews and meta-analyses of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) of dietary
obesity 5045 on body weight and measures of adiposity relevant to the prevention and management of overweight and obesity .MethodsDesignOur protocol followed the guideline of the Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of
obesity 32148 lower BMI, waist circumference and waist-to-hip ratio and with a lower prevalence of overweight and obesity .[56] Furthermore, greater pasta intake was associated with better adherence to the Mediterranean diet,
obesity 40058 body weight and adiposity outcomes of importance in the prevention and management of overweight and obesity . On the contrary, pasta in the context of low-GI dietary patterns reduces body weight and BMI compared

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