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The overweight and obese Saudi females from above participants (n = 32) were invited to join LGI diet program by the distribution of both e-mails and posters. They were asked to comply with the dietary advice over the 6 weeks of the program. All subjects were given advice to lose weight. A daily intake of LGI foods was emphasized and consumption of five to seven portions of fruits and vegetables, whole grains and low fat products were encouraged. The aim was to provide advice rather than a supply food in order to assess compliance. The study protocol was approved by King Faisal University Ethics Committee (KFU-EC037-11-2-2013), Deanship of Scientific Research, King Faisal University, Al-Hssa 31982, POB 400, Saudi Arabia.

According to the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, a rise in medical tourism prompted the US-based JCI to establish guidelines for international facilities. The society last reviewed its data on medical tourism in 2015, noting that the number of JCI-accredited hospitals worldwide had increased by almost 1,000 percent over a five-year period. More than 250 facilities in 36 countries now have the accreditation, up from 27 hospitals in 2004.

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