MODERATE ALCOHOL INTAKE  DOES NOT INFLUENCE    RESTING ENERGY     EXPENDITURE        Authors     Candiloros Harilaos     M...
Department of Endocrinology,      Diabetes & Metabolism         Athens         Medical Centre Hospital         Athens     ...
Introduction Calories from alcohol (OH) do not seem to count the same as other calories. OH elicits an acute thermogenic ...
Subjects 48 subjects (30 males - 18 females) Age: 40.8±3.1 (M±SD) yr. (20 - 67) Moderate alcohol intake (>3 Lt. of wine...
Methods We performed a 30 min indirectcalorimetry with canopy system (DeltatrakII) after 12 hours of starvation A four s...
Results in 48 subjectswith moderate alcohol intake 10000  1000          1895   100    10              30.8      1         ...
Results in 48 subjectswith moderate alcohol intake  10000   1000       1895                       1844    100             ...
Results in 30 maleswith moderate alcohol intake   31   30        30.31   p= 0.036   29               29.04   28   27      ...
Results     DEP VAR: RMR N:48 MULTIPLE R: 0.927 SQUARED MULTIPLE R:0.859   ADJUSTED SQUARED MULTIPLE R:0.838 STANDARD ERRO...
Conclusion Moderate OH intake after its completeoxidation does not influence REE, butseems to have some positive effect o...
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1997 alcohol 8th eco

  1. 1. MODERATE ALCOHOL INTAKE DOES NOT INFLUENCE RESTING ENERGY EXPENDITURE Authors Candiloros Harilaos Mortoglou Anastasios Kapantais Efthymios Venaki Evangelia Georgiadou Elli
  2. 2. Department of Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Athens Medical Centre Hospital Athens GREECE8th European Congress on Obesity Dublin (Ireland) 18-21 June 1997
  3. 3. Introduction Calories from alcohol (OH) do not seem to count the same as other calories. OH elicits an acute thermogenic response equal to approximately 20% of the ingested energy. The aim of this study is to find if besides the acute effect, there is any permanent effect of OH on resting energy expenditure (REE)
  4. 4. Subjects 48 subjects (30 males - 18 females) Age: 40.8±3.1 (M±SD) yr. (20 - 67) Moderate alcohol intake (>3 Lt. of wineweekly, 409.5±150.5 gr/week of ethyl alcohol) Body weight: 100.7±24.4 kg BMI: 34.4±6.6Smoking and coffee consumption, thyroid dysfunction,acute or chronic illnesses and use of drugs were noted
  5. 5. Methods We performed a 30 min indirectcalorimetry with canopy system (DeltatrakII) after 12 hours of starvation A four skinfolds and bioelectricalimpedance measurement of bodycomposition.Controls: 850 non-drinkers healthy subjects
  6. 6. Results in 48 subjectswith moderate alcohol intake 10000 1000 1895 100 10 30.8 1 0.83 0.1 RMR Kcal/KgFFM RQ
  7. 7. Results in 48 subjectswith moderate alcohol intake 10000 1000 1895 1844 100 30.79 10 p= 0.111 29.97 p= 0.06 1 RMR Kcal/KgFFMRMR realRMR after correction for BW, age, sex
  8. 8. Results in 30 maleswith moderate alcohol intake 31 30 30.31 p= 0.036 29 29.04 28 27 real after correction 26 Kcal/KgrFFM
  9. 9. Results DEP VAR: RMR N:48 MULTIPLE R: 0.927 SQUARED MULTIPLE R:0.859 ADJUSTED SQUARED MULTIPLE R:0.838 STANDARD ERROR OF ESTIMATE:190.308 VARIABLE COEFFICIENT STD ERROR STD COEF TOLERANCE T P(2 TAIL)CONSTANT 680.284 197.782 0.000 . 3.440 0.001 SEX 139.720 75.989 0.144 0.558 1.839 0.073 AGE -9.076 2.287 -0.252 0.856 -3.969 0.000 CIGAR -4.960 2.046 -0.167 0.729 -2.424 0.020 ALCOOL 17.823 18.594 0.059 0.907 0.959 0.343 COF FE 57.075 16.076 0.238 0.767 3.550 0.001 WEIGHT 13.188 1.599 0.680 0.506 8.247 0.000 ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE SOURCE SUM-OF-SQUARES DF MEAN-SQUARE F-RATIO P REGRESSION 9040095.539 6 1506682.590 41.601 0.000 RESIDUAL 1484900.461 41 36217.084
  10. 10. Conclusion Moderate OH intake after its completeoxidation does not influence REE, butseems to have some positive effect onREE/FFM.This could be a possible indirecteffect of OH via dehydration that occursin drinkers compared to non-drinkers.

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