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Trends in Self-perceived Weight Status, Weight Loss Attempts, and Weight Loss Strategies Among Adults in the United States, 1999-2006.

The self-perception of weight and weight loss attempts might promote weight loss and maintenance.

FDA Assesses Potential Cancer Risk Associated With Weight Loss Drug.

Getting a head start: identifying pretreatment correlates associated with early weight loss for individuals participating in weight loss treatment.

Early weight loss is associated with greater weight loss following treatment cessation and years later. The present study aimed to identify pretreatment correlates associated with early weight loss in adults participating in weight-loss treatment in primary care. Participants (N = 89) were in the overweight/obesity range seeking weight-loss treatment in primary-care settings and randomized to one of three treatments: Motivational Interviewing and Internet Condition (MIC), Nutrition Psychoeducation and Inter...

Beyond weight loss: Impact of a weight management programme for mid-older Australians in private health insurance.

Weight-loss maintenance and lifestyle behaviour necessary to manage weight are undisputedly challenging. We evaluated a secondary prevention weight-loss maintenance programme for participants (n = 490) with weight-related chronic disease in the Australian private health insurance setting. This study investigated the impact of the maintenance programme on anthropometric and lifestyle risk behaviour changes after 6 and 12 months, and trends in weight-loss maintenance after 1 year. Using a pre- and post-test...

Internal Herniation and Weight Loss in Patients after Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass.

Weight loss is one of the desired outcomes after a gastric bypass, in order to reduce co-morbidity, and even mortality. However, weight loss might contribute to a serious complication: internal herniation (IH). Pre-operative diagnosis of IH is demanding. This study was conducted to investigate if percentage total weight loss (%TWL) is clinically usable in recognizing patients with IH.

Combining optimal nutrition and exercise in a multimodal approach for patients with active cancer and risk for losing weight: Rationale and practical approach.

Weight loss and functional decline is a common and detrimental consequence of cancer. The interventions that are offered to patients with weight loss and functional decline often seem haphazard and varying from center to center. The lack of stringent management is probably based both on lack of knowledge of existing treatment guidelines and the current weak level of evidence of clinical effects of different nutritional and exercise interventions. Some studies evaluated multimodal interventions with various ...

Effects of weight loss and sarcopenia on response to chemotherapy, quality of life, and survival.

It has frequently been shown that patients with cancer are one of the largest hospital patient groups with a prevalence for malnutrition. Weight loss is a frequent manifestation of malnutrition in patients with cancer. Several large-scale studies over the past 35 y have reported that involuntary weight loss affects 50% to 80% of these patients with the degree of weight loss dependent on tumor site and type and stage of disease. The aim of this review was to determine the consequences of malnutrition, weight...

Associations between weight loss difficulty, disordered eating behaviors and poor weight loss outcomes in Arab female university students.

Little is known about the impact of eating behaviors on weight management efforts among college students in non-Western settings. This study aimed to explore the relationship between eating behaviors, weight loss outcomes, and perceived weight loss difficulties (PWLD) among young Arab women trying to lose weight. A cross-sectional probability sample was used to recruit female university students aged 18 years and older in the state of Qatar. Participants (N = 937) completed an online survey measuring the...

Comparison of Weight Loss in Sleeve Gastrectomy Patients With and Without Antrectomy: a Prospective Randomized Study.

Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) restricts gastric volume to achieve weight loss. We aimed to compare the efficacy of LSG with and without antrectomy for achieving weight loss.

Effect of water consumption on weight loss: a systematic review.

Water intake has been proposed for weight loss; however, the evidence of its efficacy is limited. The aim of this study was to systematically review the randomized clinical trials that assessed the effect of water consumption on weight with a follow up ≥ 12 weeks. A systematic query-based search was performed on PubMed, EBSCO, and Cochrane Library to identify eligible records that quantitatively measured body weight change after interventions. This review included six RCTs that reported different strategi...

Re: Sustained weight loss and risk of breast cancer in women ≥50 years - Authors' Reply.

The Effect of Moderate Weight Loss on a Non-Invasive Biomarker of Liver Fibrosis: A Randomised Controlled Trial.

Referral to weight loss programmes is the only effective treatment for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Clinicians should advise weight loss and screen for liver fibrosis using the Enhanced Liver Fibrosis (ELF) score.

Weight Loss Interventions as Treatment of Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome: A Systematic Review.

Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome (OHS) is an undesirable consequence of obesity. Weight loss is an important component of management based upon clinical rationale, but the evidence supporting weight loss has not been summarized and the optimal approach has not been determined.

Mastopexy with Autologous Augmentation in Women After Massive Weight Loss: A Randomized Clinical Trial.

Breast reshaping or mastopexy following massive weight loss can be challenging. The LOPOSAM (lower pole subglandular advancement mastoplasty) technique has shown promising results for correction of ptotic, wide, lateralized and deflated breasts following massive weight loss.

Re: Sustained weight loss and risk of breast cancer in women ≥50 years: a pooled analysis of prospective data.

Do Mandated Weight Loss Goals Prior to Bariatric Surgery Improve Postoperative Outcomes?

Most patients pursuing bariatric surgery undergo mandated preoperative weight management programs. The purpose of this study was to assess whether preoperative mandated weight loss goals lead to improved perioperative morbidity, postoperative weight loss, and resolution of comorbidities.

Epidemiology of weight loss, malnutrition and sarcopenia: a transatlantic view.

Malnutrition is a common comorbidity in patients with cancer, with determinants linked to the patients, the tumor, and the treatment. Cancer malnutrition, also called cachexia, represents the chronic form of disease-related malnutrition with chronic inflammation, and strongly impairs the prognosis. Reduced muscle mass, otherwise called sarcopenia in these patients, is a feature of malnutrition and thus of cancer cachexia that may appear before weight loss, and has a strong negative effect on prognosis, as w...

Sex differences in skeletal muscle alterations in a model of colorectal cancer.

Cancer cachexia is the loss of lean muscle mass with or without loss of fat mass that is often highlighted by a progressive loss of skeletal muscle mass and function. The mechanisms behind the cachexia-related loss of skeletal muscle are poorly understood, including cachexia-related muscle functional impairments. Existing models have revealed some potential mechanisms, but appear limited to how the cancer develops and the type of tumors that form. We studied the C57BL6/J (B6) Apc Tg::Fabp1-Cre TG::PIK3ca* (...

Effects of diet-induced weight loss on postprandial vascular function after consumption of a mixed meal: Results of a randomized controlled trial with abdominally obese men.

Effects of weight loss on postprandial vascular function have not been studied so far. We therefore examined (i) effects of diet-induced weight loss on postprandial changes in various vascular function markers after consumption of a mixed meal and (ii) differences between normal-weight and abdominally obese men of comparable age at baseline and after weight loss.

RNM-01 Weight stability is associated with longer survival in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

Previous studies explored the associations between body weight index (BMI) at diagnosis, weight change after diagnosis and survival in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). But significance of weight stability before diagnosis remains to be established. The aim of this study is to clarify the weight loss from baseline (6 months before diagnosis) to diagnostic and the effect on disease prognosis. Total of 911 patients were enrolled from 2014 to 2018 in West China Hospital of Sichuan University. BMI is divided...

The autophagic-lysosomal and ubiquitin proteasome systems are simultaneously activated in the skeletal muscle of gastric cancer patients with cachexia.

Cancer cachexia is characterized by weight loss, especially ongoing skeletal muscle loss, and is associated with poor patient outcomes. However, the molecular mechanism of skeletal muscle wasting is not fully understood.

Is vitamin D deficiency in obese youth a risk factor for less weight loss during a weight loss program?

Vitamin D deficiency is common in obese adolescents and a risk factor for insulin resistance. We investigated if prevailing serum 25-OH vitamin D might predict the body fat loss in a group of obese adolescents undergoing a residential weight loss program.

Effect of Electronic Health Record-Based Coaching on Weight Maintenance: A Randomized Trial.

Weight regain after intentional loss is common. Most evidence-based weight management programs focus on short-term loss rather than long-term maintenance.

Vitamin D, genetics, and bone mineral density during weight loss.

The current review is to summarize the recent progress in the research of the relation between vitamin D and bone mineral density (BMD) during weight-loss interventions, and describe how genetic factors interact with weight-loss interventions on changes in bone health.

Patterns in Weight and Physical Activity Tracking Data Preceding a Stop in Weight Monitoring: Observational Analysis.

Self-regulation for weight loss requires regular self-monitoring of weight, but the frequency of weight tracking commonly declines over time.

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