Promoting Long-term Behavior Change to Reduce CVD Risk
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Once intervention class or staff contact is removed, obese adults participating in behavioral weight-loss programs often give up healthy eating habits and regain weight. We examined whether taste-based goal setting, which minimizes perceived deprivation by promoting taste and moderation, would sustain long-term reductions in saturated fat and body mass index (BMI).
Promoting Long-term Dietary Change to Reduce CVD Risk
- - Body mass index between 27-37 - Physically inactive - Able to participate in physical activity - Percentage of daily calories from total fat 30% or more - Free of diagnosed heart disease - Stable on medications for 3 months or more
- - Diabetic - Dysphoric (Beck Depression Inventory score greater than 18) - Binge eating or bulimic (Eating Disorder Diagnostic Scale)
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