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Changes in lifestyle habits and behaviours are associated with weight loss maintenance in members of a commercial weight loss organisation

  • R. J. Stubbs (a1), A. McConnon (a2), M. Gibbs (a3), M. Raats (a2) and S. Whybrow (a3)...
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1.Larsen, TM, Dalskov, S et al. (2010) “The Diet, Obesity and Genes (Diogenes) Dietary Study in eight European countries – a comprehensive design for long-term intervention.” Obesity Reviews 11, 7691.
2.Baecke, JAH, Burema, J et al. (1982) “A short questionnaire for the measurement of habitual physical activity in epidemiological studies.” American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 36, 936942.
3.Verplanken, B, Orbell, S (2003) “Reflections on Past Behavior: A Self-Report Index of Habit Strength.” Journal of Applied Social Psychology 33, 13131330.

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