Katherine McManus.

Greenway, M.D., Catherine M. Loria, Ph.D., Eva Obarzanek, Ph.D., and Donald A. Williamson, Ph.D.: Comparison of Weight-Loss Diet programs with Different Compositions of Body fat, Protein, and Carbohydrates.. Frank M. Sacks, M.D., George A. Bray, M.D., Vincent J. Carey, Ph.D., Steven R. Smith, M.D., Donna H. Ryan, M.D., Stephen D. Anton, Ph.D., Katherine McManus, M.S., R.D., Catherine M. Champagne, Ph.D., Louise M. Bishop, M.S., R.D., Nancy Laranjo, B.A., Meryl S. Leboff, M.D., Jennifer C. Rood, Ph.D., Lilian de Jonge, Ph.D., Frank L.For females, the near opposite pattern occurred: Women aged 20-29 were nearly 29 pounds heavier normally in 2002 in comparison to 1960. In the mean time, the survey documented that typical weights for children are increasing aswell: The average weight for a 10 year-old-boy in 1963 was 74.2 pounds; by 2002 the common weight was 85 pounds nearly. The common weight for a 10-year-old girl in 1963 was 77.4 pounds; by 2002 the common weight was 88 pounds nearly. A 15-year-aged boy weighed 135.5 pounds normally in 1966; by 2002 the average excess weight of a boy that age increased to 150.3 pounds.