Weight loss maintenance in women two to eleven years after participating in a commercial program: a survey

@article{Gosselin2001WeightLM,
  title={Weight loss maintenance in women two to eleven years after participating in a commercial program: a survey},
  author={Caroline Gosselin and Guylaine Cote},
  journal={BMC Women's Health},
  year={2001},
  volume={1},
  pages={2 - 2}
}
BACKGROUND After 5 years, most reports show that less than 10% of people maintain a 5% loss from initial body weight. Weight maintenance after 10 years is rarely assessed, especially in commercial programs. The current article reports weight maintenance in individuals who had participated 2 to 11 years earlier in a popular commercial weight loss program based on Canada's Food Guide called Mincavi. METHODS Randomly picked subjects answered a telephone questionnaire. Participants, 291 adult… CONTINUE READING

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