Prof. Gianfranco Cappello, who developed the process, monitored the results of 19,036 patients, and published his findings in Nutrition & Metabolism in 2012. Key highlights:
- The study was performed at the University La Sapienza in Rome
- The study included obese and overweight patients who had not had success with previous diets
- Over a period of 5 years, a total of 19,036 underwent at least one cycle of the treatment
- The patients’ ages ranged from 10 to 78 (average 44.3 years), and the male:female ratio was 2:5
- The average initial weight was 260 lb. for men and 209.2 lb. for women
- On average, each patient underwent the equivalent of 2.5 cycles of the treatment.
- On average, both males and females concluded the program with a weight loss of 10% of their initial weight – i.e., 26 lb. for men and 20.9 lb. for women.
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