Though based on small numbers at present (24), measures for
weight, blood pressure, body fat, fat mass, body mass index (BMI) and
waist circumference had reduced amongst participants from
baseline readings to follow-up.
When looking at the 15 individuals who provided full baseline and
follow up data, we can see that they were statistically significant
reductions in waist circumference, systolic blood pressure and
diastolic blood pressure, but only a borderline significant reduction
in BMI. Other measures were not significant. This could be down to
small numbers who provided full data.