Short-term cognitive behavioral treatment does not improve outcome of a comprehensive very-low-calorie diet program in obese women with binge eating disorder

@inproceedings{Zwaan2005ShorttermCB,
  title={Short-term cognitive behavioral treatment does not improve outcome of a comprehensive very-low-calorie diet program in obese women with binge eating disorder},
  author={Martina de Zwaan and James E Mitchell and Ross D. Crosby and Melissa Pederson Mussell and Nancy C. Raymond and Sheila M. Specker and Harold C. Seim},
  year={2005}
}
The purpose of this study was to determine if the addition of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) targeting binge eating behavior to a comprehensive very-low-calorie diet (VLCD) program would improve short- and long-term outcome in obese women with binge eating disorder (BED). Seventy-one subjects with BED participated in the 6-month program. They represent a subgroup of a larger sample of 154 women (83 without BED) who participated in the program. During the last 10 weeks of treatment half of the… CONTINUE READING

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