Health-At-Every-Size and eating behaviors: 1-year follow-up results of a size acceptance intervention.

@article{Provencher2009HealthAtEverySizeAE,
  title={Health-At-Every-Size and eating behaviors: 1-year follow-up results of a size acceptance intervention.},
  author={V{\'e}ronique Provencher and Catherine B{\'e}gin and Andr{\'e} Y. Tremblay and Lyne Mongeau and Louise Corneau and Sylvie Dodin and Sonia Boivin and Simone Lemieux},
  journal={Journal of the American Dietetic Association},
  year={2009},
  volume={109 11},
  pages={
          1854-61
        }
}
BACKGROUND Poor long-term success observed with current weight-control strategies stresses the relevance to explore new weight management approaches. OBJECTIVE To assess the effects of a Health-At-Every-Size (HAES) intervention on eating behaviors, appetite sensations, metabolic and anthropometric variables, and physical activity levels in women at 6-month and 1-year postintervention. DESIGN Randomized controlled trial; measurements at baseline, at the end of the intervention period (4… CONTINUE READING
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