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Weight Gain Prevention

The specific aim of the proposed project is to test two separate self-regulation interventions to prevent weight gain in young adults, one based on making sustained small changes in behavior to prevent weight gain and the other on making periodic larger behavior changes resulting in weight loss.

Reducing Binge Eating to Prevent Weight Gain in Black Women

The purpose of the proposed study is to pilot a 6-month, cognitive-behavioral binge eating intervention, Appetite Awareness Training (AAT) to reduce binge eating and prevent weight gain for Black women with a BMI > 25 kg/m² and with weekly binge eating episodes. The proposed study will be a replication and extension study of our previous eight-week AAT intervention (Phase 1). The investigators will replicate the Phase 1 intervention in a new state (study was previously done in...

Strategies to Reduce Antipsychotic-Associated Weight Gain in Youth

The purpose of this pilot study is to determine whether starting metformin in conjunction with a second-generation antipsychotic (SGA) and providing information about healthy eating and activity will prevent or reduce the amount of weight gain and the metabolic changes in adolescent youth typically seen with second-generation antipsychotic medication.

Daily Self-weighing and Holiday-associated Weight Gain in Adults

Background: Previous studies report 0.4-1.5kg of weight gain during the holiday season, which may contribute to annual weight gain. Purpose: To test whether daily self-weighing (DSW) can prevent holiday weight gain. Hypothesis: We hypothesized that daily self-weighing would effectively prevent weight and fat gain, and that individuals with overweight and obesity would respond most favorably to DSW.

Influence of Medical Nutrition Therapy and Eating Behavior on Gestational Weight Gain

To assess the association of the number of medical nutrition therapy (MNT) consultations and eating behavior (cognitive restraint, uncontrolled eating, and emotional eating) with GWG in women with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) and gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM).

Weight Gain During Pregnancy - a Randomized Controlled Trial of Intervention to Prevent Excessive Gestational Weight Gain

Excessive weight gain during pregnancy is associated with complications during delivery primarily due to macrosomia (large babies) but also with high levels of weight retention post pregnancy and thereby increased risk of future weight related health problems. The primary aim of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of an intervention consisting of; recurrent Motivational Interviewing (MI), prescription of physical activity and extended information on recommended weight gain d...

Diet and Physical Activity Interactions in Obesity

The projects funded by this grant, primarily focus on environmental factors that promote weight-gain in the general human population, and how to modify these factors, to prevent further weight-gain in the future. In the coming years, the researchers at the University of Colorado-HSC hope to gain an understanding as to how small changes in diet and physical activity can be achieved and sustained to prevent weight-gain.

Prevention of Weight Gain

The purpose of this study is to test methods for preventing weight gain in normal-weight and overweight women aged 25 through 44. Participants will complete brief questionnaires about their health, eating and exercise habits, and use of weight control strategies. They will then be randomly assigned to 1 of 3 treatment conditions. All 3 treatments receive information on the importance of maintaining a healthy body weight, the components of a healthy diet, and ways to increase ac...

Eating Behavior, Food Craving and Relation to Excessive Weight Gain in Patients Submitted to Liver Transplantation

Excessive weight gain, obesity and metabolic syndrome are highly prevalent in patients undergoing liver transplantation. Traditional methods of assessing dietary intake have failed to demonstrate an association between these problems and dietary intake. Patients with an indication for transplantation due to ethanolic cirrhosis, ex-smokers and those with a previous history of overweight were identified as being at greater risk for overweight and metabolic syndrome, and these fac...

A One-Day ACT Workshop for Emotional Eating

Emotional eating is a behaviour that has been linked to weight concerns, mental health concerns, and disordered eating. Effective interventions have been developed to treat emotional eating, however these exist solely in the context of promoting weight loss. Emotional eating is not exclusive to those who struggle with weight and thus interventions are needed that target those who engage in emotional eating regardless of their weight status. The present study aims to do so throu...

Preventing Obesity in Military Communities-Adolescents

To determine whether reducing loss of control eating (LOC) with Interpersonal Psychotherapy-Weight Gain (IPT-WG) will be effective for adolescent military-dependents who report such behavior. The investigators will examine whether IPT-WG influences body weight gain trajectories and prevents worsening disordered eating, psychosocial problems, and metabolic functioning among military dependents at heightened risk for adult obesity and disordered eating. This study will provide ke...


Medical Nutrition Therapy Program and Eating Behavior Questionnaires on Gestational Weight Gain

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) and Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) create complications during pregnancy, particularly in women with gestational weight gain (GWG) that falls over the recommended limit. On the other hand Medical nutrition therapy (MNT) has been shown to reduce some complications in women with T2DM and GDM. The aim of this project was to assess the association of MNT consultations and eating behavior with GWG in Mexican women with T2DM and GDM.

Prevention of Weight Gain in University Students

This study assess whether a small-group seminar intervention to prevent weight gain is effective in a general university student population, and to address the relative role of biological vs. lifestyle factors in predicting weight gain in humans.

A Study to Evaluate High Protein Supplementation in HIV-Positive Patients With Stable Weight Loss

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a high-quality protein food supplement will help HIV-positive patients maintain, and possibly gain, muscle mass. Many HIV-positive patients lose weight that they are then unable to regain. This may be because patients are not eating enough protein or are not eating the right kinds of protein. The protein eaten in foods (such as meat, eggs, or beans) may not be able to make up for the amount of protein lost due to HIV infection....

Body Weight, Body Composition and Energy Balance Related Behavior During the Transition to Parenthood

Understanding critical periods during which people are at risk to gain weight or display unhealthy changes in energy balance related behaviour, i.e. eating, physical activity and sedentary behaviour, can facilitate the development of weight gain prevention programs. Although the transition to parenthood is associated with pregnancy-related weight gain and retention in women, evidence on the effect of having a first child on men's body weight is lacking. It is also unclear wheth...

Healthy Motivations for Moms-to-be Study

This proposal is part of a broader research agenda that posits healthy gestational weight gain (GWG) may be achieved through behavioral intervention and may potentially reduce adverse maternal and infant health outcomes associated with excessive weight gain during pregnancy. The purpose of this study is to examine the use of a mobile application (mobile app) and mobile website for encouraging and maintaining healthy behaviors such as healthy eating, regular exercise, and stress...

Balance: A Pragmatic Trial of a Digital Health Intervention to Prevent Weight Gain in Primary Care

Up to 50% of obese patients are not interested in, or ready for, weight loss. Clinical practice guidelines clearly recommend that these patients avoid gaining weight. However, despite this clinical guideline, weight gain prevention interventions are not available in primary care practice. Balance is a pragmatic, randomized controlled effectiveness trial for weight gain prevention for patients within rural community health centers, using a digital health platform.

Effects of Divalproex Sodium on Food Intake, Energy Expenditure, and Posture Allocation

The purpose of the proposed study is to identify the mechanisms responsible for the weight gain associated with Depakote treatment, and to identify methods to prevent and treat weight gain in people taking Depakote. Both sides of the energy balance equation will be measured in a sample of healthy lean and overweight adults. Energy intake will be measured in the Pennington Center's Eating Laboratory, and total daily energy expenditure (TEE) and posture allocation will be measure...

Gestational Weight Gain and Postpartum Weight Loss in Active Duty Women (Moms Fit 2 Fight)

The purpose of this study is to enroll approximately 450 subjects to see if a behavioral weight management program is successful in helping military female personnel who are pregnant or post-partum to manage their weight during and after their pregnancy.

Impact of Optimized Titration and Delivery of Bedtime Insulin on Prevention of Nocturnal Hypoglycemia

The purpose of this study is to determine whether or not bedtime snacks are necessary to prevent overnight low blood glucose reactions (nocturnal hypoglycemia) in adults with type 1 diabetes who are using intensive insulin therapies, either multiple injections of insulin or insulin pump. We hypothesize that a bedtime snack is not necessary if the bedtime insulin is very well adjusted and delivered, especially by use of insulin pump which is considered the "gold standard"...

Preventing Excessive Gestational Weight Gain in Obese Women

The purpose of this study is to study the effects of a multicomponent lifestyle intervention that includes partial meal replacements as a means to prevent excessive gestational weight gain in obese women. The primary hypothesis is that the intervention will reduce the rate of gestational weight gain compared with standard care.

Preventing Age-Related Weight Gain in the Workplace With Daily Weighing

To examine the effectiveness of daily weighing to prevent age-related weight gain.

Partnering With WIC to Prevent Excessive Weight Gain in Pregnancy

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of an antenatal obesity treatment on gestational weight gain when integrated into Philadelphia WIC.

Prevention of Weight Gain and Dyslipidemia by Green Tea in Patients Initiating Therapy With Olanzapine

The purpose of this study is to determine if taking green tea capsules can help prevent weight gain in patients that start therapy with Zyprexa® (olanzapine).

Piloting a Novel Intuitive Eating Intervention for College Women With Disordered Eating

The purpose of this research study is to pilot test a new intervention that helps young adult women learn adaptive eating and exercise strategies, increase their body acceptance, decrease unhealthy weight control behaviors and prevent future eating and problems. This intervention is experimental, and the study will test its feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness.

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