Management of obesity

  title={Management of obesity},
  author={G. Bray and G. Fr{\"u}hbeck and D. Ryan and John P H Wilding},
  journal={The Lancet},
  • G. Bray, G. Frühbeck, +1 author John P H Wilding
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • The Lancet
  • A modern approach to obesity acknowledges the multifactorial determinants of weight gain and the health benefits to be derived from weight loss. Foundational to any weight loss effort is lifestyle change, diet, and increased physical activity. The approach should be a high quality diet to which patients will adhere accompanied by an exercise prescription describing frequency, intensity, type, and time with a minimum of 150 min moderate weekly activity. For patients who struggle with weight loss… CONTINUE READING
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