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Minnesota semi-starvation study and 8 results

1944 - 36 males on 24 was of energy restriction and 5km run /day
- reduced basal metabolic rate
- increased hunger
- irritability
- reduced pulse
- increased sensitivity to cold
- lethargic
- obsession with food - invest in cookbooks when they had no prior interest
- hyperphagia in reseeding - increased caloric consumption

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Can you just give someone leptin

No because they will develop a resistance

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Why does leptin reduce?

Reduced body weight because it is proportional to fat mass

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Who can we give leptin to?

People who has lost weight to remain there but you wont eat as much

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Mediterranean diet and fat

All of it is bad for you and are linked to CV diseases

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5145 participants with overweight/obesity - 2 groups and results

Diabetes support and education - 3 meetings/year to discuss diet, PA and social support

Intensive lifestyle intervention - meet weekly, 1200-1800kcals, meal plans, >175 weekly PA, cognitive behavioural therapy by dietitians, psychologists, and exercise specialists

Significant body weight reduction in intervention group but weight increased as time went on

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204 participants with obesity and 2 weight loss programs based on time

See is we can trick the brain with a longer period of trying to lose weight - no losing weight slowly does not protect against weight regain - 15% of body weight was lost over 2 different time periods - trajectory of weight gain is the same for both
Phase1: 36 wks vs 12 wk weight loss
Phase2: if 12.5 weight loss was achieved, individuals placed on weight maintenance diet and followed for 144 weeks

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Long term persistence of hormonal adaptations to weight loss - are the changes in satiety hormones that occur with weight loss persist with prolonged maintenance of reduced weight
- what happened
- participants
- avg weight loss

Satiety hormone response to meal were measured 3 times - before weight loss, after 10% weight loss, after a year of sustaining that
BMI 35 - specific meal and 180 min after the meal they measure hunger, appetite, blood test
16/50 participants didn’t complete it, 4 withdrew within the first week, 7 did not meet the 10% weight loss threshold, 5 withdrew during maintenance
Average decrease fo weight was 14 %, ~ 9 % was remained at significant at 62 wks

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3 Results of the Study for persistence of Hormonal Adaptations after a year
2 conclusions

Circulating Leptin, Peptie YY, CCK, GLP- 1 and insulin were significantly reduced relative to baseline - weight loss of 13.5kg, anthro measurements were all down and remained down till wk 62 leptin decease by 65% at wk 10 - and 35 at wk 62
Circulating levels of ghrelin were significantly increased at wk 10 and 62 relative to base line
Subjective appetite - increased hunger and appetite
* homeostatic alterations that occur with negative energy balance and reduced weight persist for periods greater than one year even when weight is regained.
High recidivism rate in obesity has a strong physiological and metabolic basis

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Why do the altered hormones persist at weight loss?

Body is protective of set point set by your hypothalamus

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Ensure/boost/meal replacements/sports drinks

Depends on what you’re doing - if you are replenishing for an event coming up vs you’re not...

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Rosenbaum and Leibel’s adaptive thermogenesis in humans
- parameters

Hospital for 9 months, liquid diet (40% fat, 45% sugar, 15% protein) and PA controlled

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Adaptive thermogenesis

Decreases in energy expenditure beyond what could be predicted from body weight or its components (fat-free mass and fat mass) in response to a decrease in energy intake

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Reduction in body weight and reduction in energy expenditure - does it occur in lean ind? Why? (2)

10% = 20-25% -> 10-15% lower than expected
Yes - you can be at the same body weight but your energy expenditure will be lower if you had lost weight, hunger hormones and hedonic response are amplified forever

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How to win the battle?

Don’t gain weight because even if you lost it its hard to keep it off

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4 mechanisms of adaptive thermogenesis

Reduction in total energy expenditure - b/c non resting energy expenditure is reduced (85-90%) and skeletal muscle work efficiency is increased by 20%
Reduced sympathetic nervous system tone (HR, metabolism) and increased parasympathetic system
Reduced thyroid hormone (T3 - active form of thyroid hormone which would have made metabolism more efficient)
Reduced brown fat

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Resting energy expenditure is when?

You are unconscious

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How does mechanical efficiency affect adaptive thermogenesis (3)

Improved through reduced energy expenditure for a set amount of work - less oxygen required
- increased utilization of FA as a fuel
- reduction in glycolysis (decreased phosphofructokinase activity)
- decreased PFK/cytochrome oxidase (COX) ratio - indicating increased fat oxidation

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Adaptive thermogenesis and brown fat

Weight loss -> reduction in brown adipose tissue who produces heat
- due to reduced SNS &/ reduced thyroid hormone

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Mechanism of brown fat

More mitochondria and uncoupled protein 1 (UCP-1) - uncouple of mitochondrial substrate oxidation from ATP production - release the energy of FA as heat.

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Weight loss and PAexercise

Need to be uncoupled

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Metabolism of biggest losers

Slower and weight is back up, EE stays low so you cant eat the same amt of calories

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Adaptive thermogenesis to weight gain

Increased thyroid hormone
SNS activated
TEE, NREE, leptin goes up
*for a period of time - 3/4 wks this will become your new set point and hypothalamus will kick in and protect that set point for your body

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Does increased hunger and appetite after weight loss diminish over time?

No

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TEE and weight loss

Disproportionate decrease in TEE after weight loss.

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Does the body like to lose weight? Why?

No - survival, extra energy/certain amount of body fat for reproduction - thus why leptin is so important

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How do you keep your weight off?

Whatever you did to get rid of it you must maintain for the rest of your life to maintain that weight loss.

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What do western societies regard obesity and inability of ind to sustain weight loss

self-imposed conditions that reflect a lack of will power related to lifestyle changes

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Why is there a tendency to store energy as fat? (2) how?

- advantage by enabling survival during periods of prolonged energy restriction
- nourish both mother and fetus during and after pregnancy
- human genome would be enriched for alleles of genes favoring the storage of energy as adipose tissue

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in long term studies of weight reduced children and adults - how many return to their previous weight percentile?

80-90%

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why is there an inability to successful maintain weight loss?

reflect actions of potent and redundant metabolic, neuroendocrine and autonomic system

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TEE in subjects who have sustained weight loss for extended periods of time (6m-7y) in circumstances of enforced energy restriction in the biosphere 2 project, bariatric csurgery and lifestyle modifications and what does it imply?

reduced - necessity for long term changes in lifestyle

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REE changes after weight loss

some have none, some have modest reductions - 10-15% decline in TEE beyond that predicted on the basis of body composition changes

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circulating leptin according to diet weight loss

decreased as it is proportional to fat mass

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the fact that NREE is a major component affected by changes in body weight implies that

PA is successful in maintaining reduced weight

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the lack of increase in TSH with weight loss despite the decrease in T3 means?

Hypothalamic TRH decreased following weight loss

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What does the decline in SNS tone mean?

hypometabolic state - direct effects on skeletal muslce, indirect effect on circulating conc of thyroid hormones

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anatomy of brown fat

rish sympathetic nerve and vascular supply

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brown fat in the presence of cold, weight gain, and/or sympathetic nervous stimulation in rodents / exogenous/endogenous hypercatecholaminemia in humans

activity increases and produce heat

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What causes the reduced obligatory and/or facultative thermogenesis by brown fat - 2

declines in SNS activity and circulating concentration of bioactive thyroid hormones after weight loss - could attribute to a fraction of REE change

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What ultimately creates the optimal biological circumstances for weight regain? 1-2

dynamic weight loss - youre hungerier (eat more often), less satiated (eat more/meal). maintenance of reduced weight - satiety is diminished along with energy expenditure.

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obesity is a state in which

human body actively opposes the cure over long periods of time beyong the initial resolution of symptomatology.

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for hormonal changes following weight loss, was there change every week?

yes

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to reduce weight below the elebated body weight set point in obese persons

vigorously resisted