MEDICAL OBESITY PUBLICATIONS

1. Effect of Diet and Exercise-induced Weight Loss on Regional and Total Body BMD of Obese Subjects. H. S. Barden, M. K. Oates and R. Huizenga. J Bone Miner Res; 22 Suppl 1:S2-510, (S192), Sept 2007

2. Precision of Lunar IDXA Total Body BMD and Composition Measurements on Obese Subjects. Huizenga, R., MD and Oates, MK. ISCD Annual Meeting; March 2007, Tampa, FL, USA.

3. Body composition with iDXA in obese subjects with and without metabolic syndrome. Oates, M and Huizenga, R. Journal of Clinical Densitometry; Volume 10, Issue 2, (S207-208), 2007

4. Huizenga, Rob. Where Did All the Fat Go? The WOW Prescription to Reach Your Ideal Weight and Stay There. Tallfellow Press. 315 pages, 2008

5. Impact of Incentives on Dramatic Weight Loss and CAD Risk Reduction in Sedentary Class II/III Obese Individuals. Huizenga, R. and Mirocha, J. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise; Vol 41, No 5, (S563), May 2009

6. Energy metabolism during an extreme weight loss program involving intense daily physical activity. Knuth ND1, Johannsen DL2, Huizenga R3, Ravussin E2 , Hall KD1
The Obesity Society presentation, 2010

7. A competitive weight loss program that includes intense daily physical activity results in extreme weight loss despite a large metabolic adaptation. Johannsen DL1, Knuth ND2, Huizenga R3, Hall KD2, Ravussin E1
The Obesity Society presentation, 2010

8. The Beneficial Effects of an Intense Combined Weight Loss Exercise and Diet Program on Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Inflammation. Naser Ahmadi MD, Shervin Eshaghian MD, Robert Huizenga MD, Kira Sosnin BS, Ramin Ebrahimi MD, Robert Siegel MD AMA conference presentation, 2010

9. Massive weight loss via bariatric surgery versus intensive lifestyle intervention: Impact on body composition, energy metabolism, and cardio-metabolic health. Darcy L. Johannsen1*, Nicolas D. Knuth2*, Robyn A. Tamboli3, Pamela A. Marks-Shulman3, Robert Huizenga4, Kong Y. Chen2, Naji N. Abumrad3, Eric Ravussin1, Kevin D. Hall2† 1National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 20892 2Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Baton Rouge, LA 70808m 3Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, TN, 37232 4University of California-Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90024
a. The Obesity society presentation, 2010

10. Greater metabolic adaptation despite fat-free mass preservation following dramatic weight loss via intensive lifestyle intervention versus bariatric surgery. Knuth ND1, Johannsen DL2, Tamboli RA3, Marks-Shulman PA3, Huizenga R4, Chen KY1, Abumrad NN3, Ravussin E2, Hall KD
a. ADA presentation, 2011

11. Dramatic Beneficial Effects of Combined Intense Exercise and Moderate Caloric Restriction on Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Inflammation. Naser Ahmadi, MD; Shervin Eshaghian , MD; Robert Huizenga , MD; Kira Sosnin,BS; Ramin Ebrahimi, MD; Robert J Siegel, M. The American Journal of Medicine; Volume 124, Issue 10 , Pages 978-982, October 2011

12. Metabolic Slowing with Massive Weight Loss despite Preservation of Fat-Free Mass. Darcy L. Johannsen1*, Nicolas D. Knuth2*, Robert Huizenga3, Jennifer Rood1, Eric Ravussin1, Kevin D. Hall2†. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism April 24, 2012 jc.2012-1444. Published online before print April 24, 2012, doi: 10.1210/jc.2012-1444

13. Rapid Resolution of Diabetes-Related Risk Markers and Hypertension in Morbidly Obese Individuals with an Exercise-Centric Intense Lifestyle Intervention. Robert Huizenga, M.D.1, Mickey S. Urdea, PhD2, Juan P. Frias, M.D.2

a. 21st Annual Scientific and Clinical Congress of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE), page A266, May 26, 2012

14. Accelerated Improvement in Diabetes and Diabetes Risk-Related Markers with an Intense Lifestyle Intervention in Morbidly Obese Individuals. Rob Huizenga, Caren Raisin and Mickey Urdea 72nd Scientific Sessions Abstract Book, June 2012 Diabetes®

15. Glycemic Variation in Non-Diabetic Morbidly Obese Applicants for the Biggest Loser Television Show. Sara J. Salkind, Robert Huizenga, Stephanie J. Fonda, Robert A. Vigersky. ENDO 2012: The 94th Annual Meeting & Expo, June 23-26 in Houston, Texas.

16. Lose Fat – Not Weight! R Huizenga, J.R. Matthie. Obesity Society Annual Scientific Meeting, San Antonio, TX, September 20-24, 2012

17. Rapid Drug-Free Remission of Diabetes, Prediabetes, Hypertension and Metabolic Syndrome with Exercise-Centric Medical Therapy. Rob Huizenga and Juan Frias. ADA Poster June 2013 Scientific Sessions Abstract Book, July 2013 supplement Diabetes

18. Rapid Drug-Free Remission of Diabetes, Prediabetes, Hypertension and Metabolic Syndrome with Exercise-Centric Medical Therapy. Rob Huizenga and Juan Frias. In review

19. Glycemic Variability in Non-Diabetic Morbidly Obese Persons: Results of an Observational Study and Review of the Literature. Sara J. Salkind, Robert Huizenga, Stephanie J. Fonda, Robert A. Vigersky. J Diabetes Sci Technol , online 29 May 2014

20. Metabolic adaptation following massive weight loss is related to the degree of energy imbalance and changes in circulating leptin. Nicolas D. Knuth1*, Darcy L. Johannsen2*, Robyn A. Tamboli3, Pamela A. Marks-Shulman3, Robert Huizenga, Kong Y. Chen1, Naji N. Abumrad3, Eric Ravussin2, Kevin D. Hall1†
Accepted to be published in Obesity