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Table 5 Weight and BMI loss (or gain if negative) in the two groups.

From: Improved weight management using genetic information to personalize a calorie controlled diet

  Non tested group Nutrigenetic group P < *
Time point n weight as % of baseline Δ kg Δ BMI (kg/m2) % lost weight n weight as % of baseline Δ kg Δ BMI (kg/m2) % lost weight  
baseline 43 100.0%     50 100.0%     
30–45 35 95.4% 4.77 1.59 94.3% 40 96.3% 3.70 2.10 92.5% 0.50
90–100 23 92.2% 8.42 2.78 86.9% 26 93.4% 6.42 3.51 96.1% 0.64
100–300 36 93.4% 6.94 2.35 88.9% 44 92.9% 6.88 3.19 96.4% 0.29
> 300 22 103.2% -2.74 -0.86 31.8% 26 95.6% 3.61 2.54 73.1% 0.023
  1. Weight at follow-up as a percentage of baseline values are shown along with the percentage of individuals in each group who lost weight (regardless of the amount).
  2. * The p-value refers to the analysis of variance comparing the change in BMI between the non-tested and nutrigenetic groups