Journal of Obesity / 2015 / Article / Tab 3

Clinical Study

Long-Term Weight Maintenance after a 17-Week Weight Loss Intervention with or without a One-Year Maintenance Program: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Table 3

Change in self-reported weight related behaviours of those who successfully filled in questionnaires in Group 1 (17-week program) and Group 2 (17-week program with maintenance).

Number of answers Increased to or maintained good behaviour
between Group 1
and Group 2
Group 1/Group 2Group 1
(%)
Group 2
(%)

Exercise twice weekly or more
 0–17 weeks 65/73 51 (78.5) 48 (66) 0.13
 0–69 weeks 80/59 42 (52.5) 42 (71) 0.035
 0–121 weeks48/44 29 (60) 24 (54.5)0.07
Eating 3 meals daily
 0–17 weeks 66/73 52 (79) 52 (71) 0.33
 0–69 weeks 83/59 48 (58) 33 (56) 0.38
 0–121 weeks51/4333 (65)26 (60.5)0.83
Choosing low fat food daily
 0–17 weeks 66/73 64 (97) 69 (94.5) 0.58
 0–69 weeks 83/59 57 (69) 53 (90) 0.004
 0–121 weeks51/4346 (90)37 (86)0.75
Weighing weekly
 0–17 weeks 66/73 61 (92) 72 (99) 0.10
 0–69 weeks 82/59 50 (61) 46 (78) 0.04
 0–121 weeks51/4328 (55) 27 (63)0.53

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