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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...


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.

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...


The Effects of Intuitive Eating on Body Dissatisfaction and Dietary Restraint in College Females

College-aged women are at risk for eating disorders and disordered eating, which present serious health concerns. Two potent risk factors for eating disorders, body dissatisfaction and dietary restraint, are common among female college students. Intuitive eating is a strategy in which instead of listening to the predominant 'diet culture' and focusing on things like calories and energy balance, individuals practice listening to their internal physiological signals to decide wh...

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Tailoring a Lifestyle Intervention to Address Obesity Disparities Among Men

If the investigators are to adequately address the health needs of African American and Latino men, both culture and gender must be considered when developing and implementing strategies to increase their healthy eating and physical activity and decrease tobacco use.The aim of this project is to develop and test gendered, culturally and contextually relevant messages that will be used in a future, web- based tailored intervention to encourage tobacco cessation and increase heal...

Reaching Latino Family Dyads to Increase Physical Activity and Healthy Eating

The goal of this research study is to learn about factors that may affect healthy eating and physical activity for Latino families in Houston. Researchers will use this information to design a program to encourage healthy behaviors.

Trial of a Culturally-Appropriate Weight Loss Intervention for Overweight Latino Children

This project aims to conduct a unique, community-based intervention consisting of a randomized trial of a culturally-appropriate weight loss intervention for overweight Latino children in Milwaukee. The intervention promotes lifestyle changes through a low weight loss regimen, one or more physical activities ranging from soccer to hip-hop dance, and dietary counseling including cooking classes for parents. In addition to weight reduction for overweight Latino children, the pr...

Internal Cues Versus External Cues for Eating and Activity

The majority of female undergraduate students experience disordered eating and/or weight gain, increasing the risk for two serious public health problems, eating disorders and obesity. Traditional nutrition education about weight control delivered during college has not been effective and may even exacerbate these problems. Thus, the investigators propose that instead of focusing on external information as taught by nutrition education (e.g. 'calories in, calories out', quantif...

Characteristics of Persons With an Eating Disorder and Type 1 Diabetes

The purpose of this study is to analyze a chart audit of patients seen at Park Nicollet Eating Disorder Institute (EDI) to identify and compare general characteristics of eating disorders with type 1 diabetes patients to a matched eating disordered population without type 1 diabetes, also seen at EDI.

Maternal Loss of Control Eating

This study focused on investigating the effects of maternal disordered eating on maternal and child outcomes as part of a secondary data analysis of the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC).

Latino Fathers Promoting Healthy Youth Behaviors

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of Latino parent-focused education that combines enhancing parent engagement, building quality parent-child relationships, promoting healthy eating and physical activity, and engaging families with community resources for healthy foods on youth energy balance related behaviors and weight status.

The Gut Microbiota in Stress, Mood and Eating Behaviours.

Diet has a considerable influence on microbiota composition and the intake of either prebiotics (microbiota-specific food or probiotics (live microbiota species) has been shown to induce positive effects in both anxiety and depression. At present there are few studies exploring stress-related conditions such as emotional/comfort eating behaviours, particularly in individuals who have experienced early life stress and/or find stress difficult to deal with in regards to gut micro...

Improving Weight Loss Outcomes for Binge Eating Disorder.

This study aims to develop and evaluate the efficacy of a behavioral weight loss treatment approach for individuals with binge eating disorder to both reduce their binge eating behaviors and lose weight.

Attention Training for Underserved Youth With Anxiety

This study aims to test the efficacy and feasibility of administering a computerized attention training program targeting clinical levels of anxiety in Latino youth between the ages of 8-17. 52 youth from Imperial County, a rural and predominantly Latino region, will be randomized to receive either 1) a 12-session attention modification program (AMP) or 2) an attention condition program (non-active treatment). Clinical assessment of symptom severity will be conducted before, du...

Timing of Eating Study Among Obese Adults

The randomized, cross-over design study is designed to determine how timing of eating affects weight, adiposity, energy metabolism, and gene expression. Obese participants will be provided isocaloric meals and snacks to be consumed in one of two prescribed eating conditions -- daytime eating and delayed eating.

Emotion Regulation and Binge Eating in Youth With Obesity

This study will investigate neural activation patterns in emotion- and cognition-related brain regions during an emotion regulation task involving cognitive reappraisal, and their associations with age and pubertal status, among overweight children and adolescents with loss of control eating as compared to overweight and normal-weight controls.

Craving, Binge Eating and Obesity

This research study is designed to look at the effectiveness of bupropion for reducing binge eating in overweight persons with binge eating problems. Participants in the study will receive either bupropion or placebo ("sugar" pill, inactive medication) as an outpatient for eight weeks. In addition, participants will be given the option to receive 8 weeks of free behavioral weight loss treatment. This treatment, known to be effective for reducing binge eating and helping people...

Working Memory in Overweight Children With and Without Loss of Control Eating

Loss of control (LOC) eating in children is associated with multiple physical and mental health impairments, including obesity and eating disorders. Little is known about the developmental neurobiology of LOC, which is crucial to specifying its pathophysiology and the development of effective preventive interventions. Individual differences in working memory (WM) appear to be related to LOC eating and excess weight status in youth, but the specificity and neural correlates of t...

Psychological Intervention to Reduce Weight Bias Internalization

This is a randomized controlled trial to test the effects on WBI of a novel psychological intervention combined with standard behavioral weight loss (BWL) treatment, as compared to BWL alone. Participants will be a total of 72 men and women seeking weight loss, ages 18-65 years, with a body mass index (BMI) of 30 kg/m2 or above, a history of experiencing weight bias, and elevated levels of WBI. Participants will attend a screening visit in which they will complete a behavioral ...

A Trial of Lifestyle Interventions to Control Weight After Bariatric Surgery

This randomized controlled trial is designed to test the feasibility and efficacy of a novel 10-week mindfulness-based intervention (MBI) on weight maintenance as well as behavioral and psychosocial outcomes in patients who have undergone bariatric surgery. Primary hypothesis: Bariatric patients who have stopped losing weight (< 5 lbs weight loss in past month) 1-5 years post-surgery will be willing to participate in this 10-week intervention. The investigators expect a...

Efficacy Trial of a Dissonance Based Eating Disorder Program

The purpose of this clinical trial is to investigate whether symptoms of disordered eating change among participants who complete an intervention. Participants will be randomly assigned to one of three intervention conditions and will undergo assessments of symptoms before, after, and 2 months after each intervention. Investigators are evaluating which interventions are most effective in reducing eating disorder symptoms and disorder-related psychological and cardiac risk facto...

Attentive Eating for Weight Loss

This trial examined whether a smartphone application designed to encourage a more attentive eating style could help people to lose weight, compared to a control group.

Association Between Malnutrition and Clinical Outcomes in the Intensive Care Unit

Previous studies have demonstrated the direct associations between malnutrition and hospital mortality as well as the length of stay in critically ill patients. However, the validity of these results may be limited by inappropriate diagnoses of malnutrition, small sample size, possible treatment bias, and sub-optimal statistical adjustment. This study aimed to further examine the aforementioned associations by addressing these limitations.

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).

Topiramate for the Treatment of Alcohol Dependent Binge-Eating Disordered Individuals

The purpose of this study is to test the feasibility of using topiramate to reduce binge eating and drinking episodes in alcohol dependent individuals with comorbid binge eating disorder.


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