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L’enquête Internet nationale « Dukan, et après ? » : premiers résultats

National Internet survey “Dukan and after?”: initial results

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L’enquête Internet nationale « Dukan et après ? » a évalué chez 4 761 volontaires ayant suivi le régime restrictif hyperprotéiné (RRH) l’évolution du poids à court, moyen et long termes. Parmi les sujets ayant un recul d’au moins deux ans, 75 % déclarent avoir finalement repris le poids perdu. En outre, l’échec du régime entraîne un sentiment de culpabilité chez 60 % des personnes. Le RRH ne semble donc pas différent des autres régimes restrictifs. Compte tenu des incertitudes sur les effets métaboliques à long terme des fluctuations de poids, ces résultats nécessitent de poursuivre les investigations.

Abstract

The national Internet survey “Dukan and after?” was conducted on 4,761 volunteers who follow a restrictive hyperprotein diet and analysed their weight patterns in the short, medium and long term. Among subjects who were followed up for at least two years, 75% said they had finally regained lost weight. Furthermore, the failure of the diet causes a feeling of guilt in 60% of people. The restrictive hyperprotein diet does not seem different from other restrictive diets. In view of uncertainties about the metabolic effects of long-term weight changes, these results require further investigation.

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Hansel, B., Giral, P., Coppola-Xaillé, A. et al. L’enquête Internet nationale « Dukan, et après ? » : premiers résultats. Obes 6, 146–153 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11690-011-0281-x

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Mots clés

  • Dukan
  • Régime hyperprotéiné
  • Internet

Keywords

  • Dukan
  • Hyperprotein diet
  • Internet survey