Assessing the effectiveness of intuitive eating for weight loss - pilot study.

  title={Assessing the effectiveness of intuitive eating for weight loss - pilot study.},
  author={Judith Camele Anglin},
  journal={Nutrition and health},
  volume={21 2},
The obesity epidemic is widely recognized as a major public health issue resulting in chronic diseases. Calorie restriction (CR) is frequently used for most weight loss programs. The intuitive eating (IE) approach uses an individual's response to internal cues of hunger, satiety, and appetite and replaces CR. The study was a randomized controlled trial with two groups that assessed the anthropometric measurements of obese adults using CR and IE to achieve weight loss. The participants were… CONTINUE READING


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