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EFFECTS OF TWO COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND NUTRITION TREATMENTS ON PSYCHOSOCIAL PREDICTORS OF CHANGES IN FRUIT/VEGETABLE AND HIGH-FAT FOOD INTAKE, AND WEIGHT

@inproceedings{Annesi2015EFFECTSOT,
  title={EFFECTS OF TWO COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND NUTRITION TREATMENTS ON PSYCHOSOCIAL PREDICTORS OF CHANGES IN FRUIT/VEGETABLE AND HIGH-FAT FOOD INTAKE, AND WEIGHT},
  author={James J. Annesi and Monica Nandan and Kristin L Mcewen},
  year={2015}
}
Improved mood may increase the consumption of healthy foods and decrease the intake of unhealthy foods. Increased physical activity might improve mood and, thus, eating behaviors. Adults (M age = 45 years) with severe and morbid obesity (M body mass index = 41kg/m 2 ) were randomly assigned to 6 months of either cognitive-behavioral physical activity and nutrition-support methods alone (n = 92), or those methods plus mood regulation training (n = 92). There were significant improvements in… 

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