Portion-control intervention for people with serious mental illness: A feasibility study.

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Summary of "Portion-control intervention for people with serious mental illness: A feasibility study."

Portion control can be an effective weight-loss strategy for people with serious mental illnesses (SMI). This study aimed to examine the feasibility of portion-control intervention (PCI) for people with SMI.


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Name: Perspectives in psychiatric care
ISSN: 1744-6163


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