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  • Men who lost weight and were active 1.1X as likely to die as weight stable inactive men

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    Tuesday, April 06, 2010 11:04 am Email this article
    Men who lost weight and became physically active were 1.1 times as likely to die during a 15-17 year follow-up as men who were weight stable and remained physically inactive according to data from the Copenhagen City Heart Study, however, the difference was not statistically significant.

    “Overall, weight loss was associated with excess mortality when compared with weight stability,” the study concluded.

    “However, weight loss seemed less hazardous to survival among those who remained physically active or those who became active.”


    Subjects: 11,135 people of which 3078 overweight or obese participants lost weight or remained weight stable

    The study examined data from 11,135 people who participated in the Copenhagen City Heart Study In 1976-1978 and 1981-1983.

    “Of these, 3078 overweight or obese participants lost weight or remained weight stable from 1976-1978 to 1981-1983, and were without pre-existing diagnosis of diabetes, stroke, ischaemic heart disease or cancer in 1981-1983,” the paper noted.


    Ostergaard J, Gronbaek M, Schnohr P, Sorensen T, Heitmann B. Combined effects of weight loss and physical activity on all-cause mortality of overweight men and women. Int J Obes (Lond). 2010 Jan 12, published early on-line.


    [1] National Institute of Public Health
    University of Southern Denmark
    Copenhagen, Denmark

    [2] Institute of Preventive Medicine
    Copenhagen Capital Region
    Copenhagen University Hospitals
    Centre for Health and Society
    Copenhagen, Denmark

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