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Lifestyle Modification for Obesity: New Developments in Diet, Physical Activity, and Behavior Therapy

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Lifestyle Modification for Obesity: New Developments in Diet, Physical Activity, and Behavior Therapy

Thomas A Wadden et al. Circulation.

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Figure 1
Percentage reduction in initial weight over 4 years for participants in the intensive lifestyle intervention and diabetes support and education groups of the Look AHEAD (Action for Health in Diabetes) study. DSE indicates diabetes support and education; ILI, intensive lifestyle intervention. Reprinted from Wadden et al, with permission.
Figure 2
Figure 2
Percentage reduction in initial weight for overweight or obese women assigned to 1 of 4 exercise prescriptions (in addition to a 1200–1500 kcal/d diet): moderate-intensity/moderate-energy expenditure (expend 1000 kcal/wk), moderate-intensity/high-energy expenditure (expend 2000 kcal/wk), vigorous-intensity/moderate-energy expenditure, or vigorous-intensity/high-energy expenditure. Reprinted from Jakicic et al, with permission of the publisher. Copyright © 2008, American Medical Association.
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Figure 3
Percentage weight loss by minutes of physical activity (kilocalories per week) (n = 170). Reprinted from Jakicic et al, with permission of the publisher. Copyright © 2008, American Medical Association.
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Figure 4
Change in body weight for participants in low-fat and low-carbohydrate diet groups after 24 months, based on random-effects linear model. Reprinted from Foster et al, with permission of the publisher. Copyright © 2010, American College of Physicians.
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Figure 5
A, Percentage reduction in initial weight for participants who received a version of the (DPP adapted for group-delivery in a YMCA vs participants in a control group. Figure was drawn using data from Ackermann et al. B, Cost to implement 1 year of the DPP as adapted for YMCA delivery vs the original DPP program. Figure was draw using data from Ackermann and Marreo. DPP indicates Diabetes Prevention Program; YMCA, Young Men’s Christian Association.

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