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February 1, 2017

Studies show it!!!


Just got this email from my certifying body that the results that they've gotten by using their methods have been published in 3 scientific journals!  


You can read the abstracts for all and the full study for two of them.  If you don't want to take the time to read them, just know that this program is awesome.  It makes so much sense, is relatively easy to implement, doesn't involve any weird supplements or weird habits, teaches you how to make great decisions that will help you for a lifetime and involves eating actual, real food!


Read on for more:


Exciting news today:

3 scientific papers have now been published - in peer-reviewed
journals - to report on the safety/effectiveness of PN's methods.

This is awesome because, although *we* know our coaching methods
are world class, having been proven with more than 45,000 of our
own clients...

..people outside Precision Nutrition sometimes remain skeptical,
especially those in the evidence-based communities (including
medicine, pharma, etc).

Not only do these studies show *very* positive results, they also
demonstrate our coaching is truly "evidence-based".


In the latest study, done in conjunction with Dr. Maggie Watt, a
PN Coaching graduate and physician from Victoria, BC, we studied
a group of overweight/obese women in her practice.

Particularly, we looked at how PN Coaching influences:

* weight,
* waist circumference,
* fat mass,
* muscle mass,
* blood pressure,
* total cholesterol,
* and other factors.

The results were very exciting. Over 12 months, women who
completed the program:

* lost an average of 16.5 pounds
* reduced waist circumference by an average of 3.4 inches
* decreased diastolic blood pressure by 3.33 mmHg
* increased high density lipoproteins by 0.14 mmol/L

In conclusion, the women who completed PN Coaching experienced
significant weight loss (8.3% of initial body weight) coming
mostly from body fat. Chronic disease risk factors also improved.

===> Study details here:


Another recently published study was done in conjunction with Dr.
Shannon Lynch and Dr. Kathryn Schmitz, both PN Coaching grads and
researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at University of
Pennsylvania and the Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia.

In this one we studied female breast cancer survivors who
underwent prophylactic oophorectomy and thus experienced
premature surgical menopause. We examined:

* cardiovascular fitness,
* dietary intake,
* leisure time activity,
* body composition,
* bone mineral density,
* bone structure,
* muscle strength.

Again, really positive results...

* Average adherence to the program was 74.8%.

* Women in coaching maintained their fitness (1.1%) while the
control group decreased (-4.0%).

* Women in coaching gained bone area (0.5) while the control
group decreased (-0.8).

* Women in coaching decreased BMI (-4.7%) and fat mass (-8.6%)
while the control group only lost lean mass.

In conclusion, in this population at high risk for negative bone
and cardiovascular outcomes, PN Coaching preserved cardiovascular
health, improved bone health, decreased weight through fat loss.

===> Study details here:


Here's the final study, again done in conjunction with Dr.
Shannon Lynch and Dr. Kathryn Schmitz (mentioned above).

In this one we studied young male (testis) and female (breast)
cancer survivors. We examined:

* weight loss,
* body fat %,
* BMI,
* waist-to-hip ratio
* retention rates
* adverse events.

Again, exciting results. Men and women who completed the program:

* lost an average of 17.8 pounds,
* lost 9% of their initial body weight,
* decreased their BMI by 2.5,
* lost 3.5% body fat.

In conclusion, as half of adult cancer survivors under the age of
50 are obese and struggle with weight loss, this study showed
that PN Coaching can help this population lose weight, lose fat,
and lower BMI.

===> Study details here:
===> http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/osp4.98/abstract

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