research

The efficacy and safety of Health One has been our top priority since Day 1. To that end, HNT has taken every opportunity to participate in clinical studies. The following is a partial list of studies using Health One.

Research Using Health One

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Carney, D. et al. (2015). Successful Medical Weight Loss in a Community Setting. J Obes Weight Loss Ther. 5(1): 248.
HEADS UP Study- Pennington Biomedical Research Center, (2014- ongoing).
Ryan, D, et al. (2010). Nonsurgical Weight Loss for Extreme Obesity in Primary Care Settings. Arch Intern Med. 170(2):146-154.
de Jonge L, Moreira E AM, Martin CK, Ravussin E. (2010) Impact of six-month caloric restriction on autonomic nervous system activity in healthy, overweight individuals. Obesity 18: 414-416.
Noe, M. A., et al. (2010). The Health Improvement Project (HIP): A Report on the Outcome of an Intensive Medical Intervention for Class III Obesity. Obesity 18(2):148.
Greenway, F., Tomayko, K., et al. BARIA Study. (Initiated September 2009). Comparison of longer term outcomes of weight loss between use of low calorie meal replacement (HEALTH ONE) and bariatric surgical techniques. Pennington Center For Biomedical Research, Baton Rouge, LA.
Carney, D., Schultz, S., Carney, S. (2009). Medical Obesity Treatment: Long-Term Success in a Primary Care Setting. J Diabetes Sci. Technol. 3(6):1524-6.
Williamson, D.A., Rejeski, J., Lang, W., Van Dorsten, B., Fabricatore, A.N., Toledo, K. (2009). Impact of a weight management program on health-related quality of life in overweight adults with type 2 diabetes. Archives of Internal Medicine 169: 163-171.
Larson-Meyer DE, Redman LM, Heilbronn LK, Martin CK, Ravussin E. (2009). Calorie Restriction with or without exercise: The Fitness vs. Fatness Debate. Med Sci Sports Exerc. Dec. 152-159.
Anton SD, Martin CK, Redman L, York-Crowe E, Heilbronn LK, Han H, Williamson DA. (2008). Ravussin E: psychosocial and behavioral pre-treatment predictors of weight loss outcomes. Eat Weight Disord; March; 13:30-37.
Heilbronn, L.K., de Jonge, et al. (2006). Effect of 6-month calorie restriction on biomarkers of longevity, metabolic adaptation, and oxidative stress in overweight individuals: a randomized controlled trial. JAMA 295:1539-1548.
Richard, B., Asnani, S., Desouza ,C., & Fonseca,V. (2003). Is Weight Gain Inevitable With Thiazolidinediones? Experience With Very Low Calorie Diets. Curr Med Res Opin. Tulane University, New Orleans, LA: Vol 19 (7):609-613.
Drab, D., Greenway, F. et. al. (2001). Motivation And Weight Management: A Correlational Study. Psychol. Assess., 13 (2): 189-198.
Greenway, F., Ryan, D., Bray G., et al. (1999). Pharmaceutical Cost Savings Of Treating Obesity With Weight Loss Medications; Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Louisiana State University. Obesity Research, 7(6):523-531.
Greenway, F. (1999). Obesity Medications And The Treatment Of Type 2 Diabetes. Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics, 1(3): 277-287.
Henry, R., Medallier, S. Metabolic Effect Of Weight Loss On Glucose Metabolism And Insulin Action In Skeletal Muscle And Adipose Tissue Of Obese Type-2 Diabetics And Non-Diabetics; UC San Diego VA-Medical Center. Unpublished Results*