Consumer Reports’ overall scores of six diets were based on their adherence to nutritional guidelines and the results of published randomized clinical studies. Nutrition was based on an analysis of a week of menus from each book or program, using ESHA Research’s Food Processor software.
The Jenny Craig diet received CR’s top rating largely as a result of a recent 332-person, two-year study of the program published in the Oct. 27, 2010, Journal of the American Medical Association. In the study, 92 percent of participants stuck with the program for two years — a remarkable level of adherence. At the end of that time, participants weighed an average of about 8 percent less than when they started.
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