ACLM Evidence chart

Evidence supports a positive effect on health outcomes

Target Patient
Behaviors
A. Obesity B. Hypertension C. Dyslipidemia D. Impaired Glucose Tolerance
Metabolic Syndrome
E. Type 2 Diabetes F. Cardiovascular Disease G. Stroke H. Heart Failure I. Peripheral Artery Disease J. Chronic Obstructive
Pulmonary Disease
K. Osteoarthritis L. Rheumatoid Arthritis M. Cancer – All N. Breast Cancer Prostate cancer O. Osteoporosis P. Depression Q. Fibromyalgia R. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome S. Type 1 Diabetes T. Non-alcoholic fatty U. Multiple Sclerosis V. Parkinson’s W. Cognitive Impairment
Dementia
X. Chronic Low Back Pain Evidence supports physicians
can affect behavioral changes
Exercise X X O X X X X X X O X O X O X X X O X O O O X X
Diet/Nutrition X X X O X X O O
Stress Reduction O
Smoking Cessation O O O X
Alcohol Moderation X O
Multiple Behaviors X X X X X O X O X O O

Key:

X = Evidence includes randomized controlled trials support.

O = Evidence is limited to observational studies.

X/O = Evidence based on literature not cited in literature review.

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