Some studies suggest that the reducing diet accomplishes neither weight loss nor anything but frustration and feelings of failure.
When it comes to maintaining long-term weight loss, people need to know how to use their energy for self-betterment rather than self-destruction, among other things.
Predictors of long-term weight-loss maintenance have not been clearly identified because, in large part, there is scarcity of long-term data to test hypotheses.
Not everybody can afford the delivery of pre-measured meals or the services of a personal trainer, but almost everybody can afford pills.
Claims made about anti-obesity drugs need to be carefully examined as they haven’t been tested for very long on people who need them most.
Considering the proportions and implications of the obesity crisis humanity can’t afford to dismiss any ideas. We’re grasping at straws.
Patients and doctors can become discouraged by the elephant they can’t seem to evict from the room: The fact that weight loss rarely lasts.
The question of the proposed sugar tax in the U.K. has been a bone of contention. Will it happen, or will it not?
Childhood Obesity News has been tracking the anti-sugar movement as it manifests in the United Kingdom.