DG(13 years), family-history hypertension(IA), dyslipidemia, CVD; MG(14 years), family-history IA, both Tanner IV.
Different school conducts-integration (DG:restless-good, MG: good-problematic); ~7h/day of sedentary, MG is solitary, DG wishes to be more social, trains(~6hrs/week) and walks.
No breakfast; junk food, or absent(MG); lunch and dinner alone or in family(MG); extra-snacks; soft-drink≥1/day. Both do nutritional mistakes.
Both get balanced hypocaloric diet(1350kcal/day) and are pushed into sport.
Conclusions At T0 DG seems in a worse situation: this prompts him to better comply, with a general improvement.
MG ignores his health status, perpetuating incorrect lifestyles, showing deterioration, acquiring risk factors for MS (HDL-C, BP, W).
Even with similar initial status and similar strategy for both, the totally different results stress the importance of patients’ compliance, even if still unable to plan future.