J Korean Soc Study Obes 2003; 12(1): 30-43
Published online March 1, 2003
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Sung Hee Lee,Dong Myung1 Kim,Seung Ja2 Koo,Sang Sup3 Jew,Hyung Keun3 Park,I Jin1 Hong,Min Sook1 Lee,Dong Kyu4 Jin
Aminogen Co., Ltd., Cancer Research Institute, College of Medicine, Seoul National University, Seoul 110-799, KoreaDepartment of Food Science and Technology, Kyunghee University, Seoul, 130-751, Korea2, Department of Pharmacy, Seoul National University, Seoul 151-742, Korea3, Anyang hospital, Anyang, Kyunggi-do 430-015, Korea4
Background: This study is to investigate consequent nutrient intake status, influences of body mass index (BMI) and serum lipid composition, and fat distribution on the low-molecule peptide, green tea leaves and dietary fiber supplementation, SG-30 diet program.
Methods: During 2 months of this research (April to May, 2002), 47 women aged 20yr-30yr (average age 26.2yr) were selected as subjects. Nutrient intake was investigated by questionnaire and 24-hr recall method. Antropometric assessments of the subjects were investigated by SBIA method (Segmental bioimpedance assay, Inbody 3.0).
Results: Mean body weight was 60.7kg, mean body height 161.7cm and mean BMI 23.4. Status of energy intakes significantly decreased (p<0.01) and dietary fiber intakes significantly increased (p<0.00l) after SG-30 diet supplementation. BMI and WHR (waist-hip ratio) significantly decreased (p<0.01) and body fat significantly decreased after SG-30 diet supplementation (P<0.00l). Total cholesterol and LDL-cholesterol significantly decreased after SG-30 diet supplementation (P<0.05). HDL-cholesterol was negatively correlated with BMI and WHR(p<0.0l). LDL/HDL ratio was positively correlated with BMI (p<0.01) and WHR (p<0.05).
Conclusion: Above results of this study show that low-molecule peptide, green tea leaves and dietary fiber supplementation, SG-30 diet progran-added routine diet improves body fat distribution, total cholesterol, LDL-cholesterol. Especially, decrease of abdominal fat and WHR were notable. That meant decrease of risk factors.
Keywords: Peptide, Grean tea leaves, Dietary fiber, WHR(waist hip ratio), Fat distribution, Serum lipid
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