Perceived barriers/facilitators to a healthy lifestyle among diverse adolescents with overweight/obesity: A qualitative study

@article{Cardel2020PerceivedBT,
  title={Perceived barriers/facilitators to a healthy lifestyle among diverse adolescents with overweight/obesity: A qualitative study},
  author={M. Cardel and Sarah M. Szurek and Jackson R. Dillard and Abhya Dilip and D. Miller and R. Theis and Angelina V Bernier and L. Thompson and Akilah Dulin and D. Janicke and Alex M. Lee},
  journal={Obesity Science & Practice},
  year={2020},
  volume={6},
  pages={638 - 648}
}
Effectiveness of behavioural obesity treatments in adolescents is modest. Thus, incorporating participant feedback may lead to improvement of intervention acceptability. This qualitative study's objective was to assess perceived barriers/facilitators to weight loss and healthy lifestyles among diverse adolescents with overweight/obesity (OW/OB). 
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