Weight Regain after Lifestyle-Induced Weight Loss: Assessment of Existing Definitions, Evaluation of Cardiometabolic Risk and Development of a Prediction ModelBerger, Samantha Elouise.
Abstract: Background: Lifestyle interventions to reduce excess body weight associated with high cardiometabolic risk have resulted in weight loss and improved risk short-term. However, rates of recidivism are high, averaging weight regain of 50% after 12-24 months. Understanding what factors are associated with successful weight maintenance and weight regain as well as the cardiometabolic implicat... read more
- Health behavior.
- Weight loss.
- Cardiovascular system--Risk factors.
- Gerald J. & Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy.
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