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Prevention and Treatment of Obesity

Evidence-based Guideline of the DDG Version 05/2007

Prevention and Treatment of Obesity
Evidence-based Guideline of the DDG

Authors: H. Hauner (responsible), G. Buchholz, A. Hamann, B. Husemann, B. Koletzko, H. Liebermeister, M. Wabitsch, J. Westenhöfer, A. Wirth, G. Wolfram

Editors: German Obesity Society German Diabetes Association GermanNutrition Society German Society for Nutritional Medicine For the German Diabetes Association: W. A. Scherbaum, W. Kerner

First update: Second update:

12/2005 05/2007

DEUTSCHE DIABETES GESELLSCHAFT

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ernährung e. V.

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Ernährungsmedizin e. V.

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Prevention and Treatment of Obesity

Evidence-based Guideline of the DDG Version 05/2007Preliminary Remarks This guideline reflects the state of knowledge as of December 2005. The guidelines commission plans to actualize the guideline every two to three years. If new scientific knowledge becomes available that decisively changes the treatment recommendations made in this guideline before the planned update, the relevant information will be prepared on short notice by the guidelinescommission. The multidisciplinary preparation of the evidence-based guideline on the Prevention and Treatment of Obesity in Germany was carried out through the participation of the following institutions: German Obesity Society (DAG) Prof. Dr. med. Hans Hauner (chairman of the guidelines commission of the DAG) Else Kröner-Fresenius Centre for Nutritional Medicine of the Technical University ofMunich Ismaninger Str. 22 81675 Munich, Germany e-mail: hans.hauner@lrz.tum.de German Diabetes Association (DDG) Prof. Dr. med. W.A. Scherbaum (chairman of the guidelines commission of the DDG) Department of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Rheumatology of the University Hospital Düsseldorf Moorenstr. 05 40225 Düsseldorf, Germany German Nutrition Society (DGE) Prof. Dr. med. G. Wolfram (chairman of theguidelines commission of the DGE) Department of Food and Nutrition of the Technical University of Munich Alte Akademie 16 85350 Freising-Weihenstephan, Germany German Society for Nutritional Medicine (DGEM) Prof. Dr. B. Koletzko Paediatric Clinic and Paediatric Outpatient Clinic in the Dr. von Hauner’s Children’s Hospital Munich University Hospital Lindwurmstr. 4 80337 Munich, Germany Financing ofthe guideline: The preparation of the guideline was financed by the German Obesity Society through membership dues and donations, as well as through profits from the society’s annual congress. Interest groups were not involved in the guideline financing. All members of commission worked voluntarily and received no remuneration. Travel costs were reimbursed according to the directives of theprevailing university guidelines.

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The members of the guidelines commission disclosed possible conflicts of interest in writing to the medical societies. Guidelines Commission “Obesity” of the DAG, DDG, DGE and DGEM (named jointly): H. Hauner (responsible) Specialist in internal medicine, diabetologistwith DDG certification, endocrinologist, nutritional medicine physician with DAEM/DGEM certification German Diabetes Union Specialist in internal medicine, diabetologist with DDG certification, endocrinologist, nutritional medicine physician with DAEM/DGEM certification Surgeon Paediatrician, nutritional medicine physician with DAEM/DGEM certification DAG, DDG, DGEM DAG, DDG, DGE, DGEM

G.Buchholz A. Hamann

B. Husemann B. Koletzko

DAG DGEM

H. Liebermeister

Specialist in internal medicine, diabe- DAG, DDG, DGEM tologist with DDG certification, nutritional medicine physician with DAEM/DGEM certification Paediatrician, diabetologist with DDG DAG, DDG certification, paediatric endocrinologist Psychologist Specialist in internal medicine and sports medicine, cardiologist,...
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