Journal of Obesity / 2015 / Article / Tab 4

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 4

Mean quality of life scores (SD) in Group 1 (17-week program) and Group 2 (17-week program with one-year maintenance) during the trial.

Quality of life measure Group 1Group 2
Group × time effect

General health
 Baseline50.6 (17.0)54.7 (15.6)0.27
 Week 6950 54.1 (21.9)38 64.3 (17.8)
 Week 121 50.9 (21.8) 57.4 (21.2)
Physical functioning
 Baseline61.4 (23.8)69.9 (18.6)0.82
 Week 6949 73.2 (25.0)38 83.3 (16.9)
 Week 121 70.6 (24.9) 78.4 (21.1)
Physical role functioning
 Baseline53.1 (44.0)68.4 (39.3)0.94
 Week 6948 63.4 (43.1)38 77.6 (35.3)
 Week 121 55.0 (42.1) 72.1 (40.6)
Bodily pain
 Baseline61.0 (28.2)69.4 (25.8)0.99
 Week 6949 65.2 (28.8)38 74.3 (26.2)
 Week 121 59.5 (28.4) 68.4 (29.8)
Energy
 Baseline58.2 (20.8)65.9 (19.0)0.54
 Week 6948 56.8 (23.3)38 69.3 (20.4)
 Week 121 56.0 (23.1) 66.1 (20.2)
Social functioning
 Baseline80.4 (24.7)84.2 (17.4)0.09
 Week 6949 74.7 (26.7)38 86.5 (21.6)
 Week 121 71.9 (27.4) 85.9 (19.3)
Emotional role functioning
 Baseline63.5 (42.8)84.7 (29.0)0.76
 Week 6947 61.7 (45.0)37 87.4 (27.6)
 Week 121 61.7 (42.8) 81.1 (32.9)
Mental health
 Baseline75.7 (16.8)79.2 (17.0)0.22
 Week 6947 71.1 (22.2)38 81.2 (16.9)
 Week 121 71.1 (21.2) 77.9 (19.4)

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