Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics Notes
My Editor’s Pick for October 2022 is this paper by Jacob Young, Suzanne Phelan, Noemi Alarcon, James Roake, Chad Rethorst and Gary Foster.
One of the biggest problems associated with weight loss protocols for individuals living with obesity is the difficulty of maintaining the lost weight loss. Weight regain is frequently observed following weight loss assisted by pharmacological agents, or dietary change alone. Among individuals who successfully maintain weight loss, success appears to be associated with consistency of intake across all days of the week and a strong ability to consciously control overeating.
In this study the authors accessed weight stable individuals living with obesity following a commercial weight loss programme, and weight loss maintainers (WLM) via the WW Success Registry. The WLM group had all reported a weight loss that was greater than or equal to 9.1 kg for more than a year. 8047 individuals were approached to complete…
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I found the following statement from the full original article the most interesting because it describes what I do.
“Compared to controls, the WLM individuals were more likely to consider the future consequences of their behaviors and to make decisions about food based on weight control and health.”
Future and long term are the keys.
A lot of people have trouble thinking long term and future.
Ain’t that the truth!
I found this interesting. All my life I know I have preferred to eat early.
Only 30 participants in the study. Sample size kind of small.