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  1. Roush, Karen MSN, RN, FNP-BC


According to this study:


* The specific composition of macronutrients (fat, protein, or carbohydrate) in diets isn't important for cardiovascular risk reduction, as long as the diet is effective in causing weight loss.


* Nurses counseling patients on weight loss should help to design a reduced-energy diet that meets personal preferences. Engaging patients in a weight-loss support group may enhance the effectiveness of the diet.