Summarizing The Weight Management Wisdom: What Works in Weight Management? Phillip J. Brantley, PhD Pennington Biomedical Research Center A Typical Pattern of Weight Loss & Regain in Behavioral Interventions Long-term outcomes for behavioral weight loss treatment (Kramer et al., 1989)
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Phillip J. Brantley, PhD
Pennington Biomedical Research Center
Long-term outcomes for behavioral weight loss treatment (Kramer et al., 1989)
Perri et al (1989) compared a standard 20 week program with an extended 40 week program. Clients in the extended treatment increased their weight losses by 35% during weeks 20-40.
Follow-up data showed that after the extended treatment was concluded, clients reduced theiradherence and began to regain weight. (Perri, Nezu, Patti, & McCann, 1989)
Jeffery et al (1993)
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