Do 6-y changes in eating behaviors predict changes in body weight? Results from the Québec Family Study

@article{Drapeau2003Do6C,
  title={Do 6-y changes in eating behaviors predict changes in body weight? Results from the Qu{\'e}bec Family Study},
  author={Vicky Drapeau and V{\'e}ronique Provencher and Simone Lemieux and J-P Despr{\'e}s and Claude Bouchard and Angelo Tremblay},
  journal={International Journal of Obesity},
  year={2003},
  volume={27},
  pages={808-814}
}
OBJECTIVE: This study was performed to examine changes in eating behaviors as assessed by the three-factor eating questionnaire (TFEQ) and to quantify the potential associations between these eating behaviors and body weight changes in a 6-follow-up study.DESIGN AND SUBJECTS: Prospective study performed in men and women who were tested twice (Visit 1=1989–1995 and Visit 2=6 y later) in the Québec Family Study (QFS).RESULTS: Women were more restrained and less hungry than men. To reduce food… CONTINUE READING