AWM: Non-Diet Approaches (2020-21)
Author and Year:
LeBlanc V, Provencher V, et al, 2012
Impact of a Health-At-Every-Size intervention on changes in dietary intakes and eating patterns in premenopausal overweight women: results of a randomized trial.
Leblanc V, Provencher V, Bégin C, Corneau L, Tremblay A, Lemieux S
Year of publication:
Randomized Controlled Trial
Risk of Bias Assessment Rating:
Overweight or obese (BMI between 25 and 35 kg/m2); stable weight (+/-2.5 kg) for a minimum of two months prior to the beginning of the study; not currently dieting to lose weight, not taking oral contraceptives; not pregnant or lactating,
Present with metabolic or important psychological disorders including anorexia and bulimia; drug addiction or alcoholism problem; treatment for coronary heart disease; diabetes; dyslipidemia; depression; endocrine disorders (except stable thyroid disease).
We believe that it is relevant to determine whether dietary intakes and eating patterns are modified in response to a HAES intervention among premenopausal over-weight women, and to determine whether changes in eating behaviors following a HAES intervention are associated with changes in dietary intakes and eating patterns.
Québec City, Canada
Source(s) of Funding:
Please specify names of funders:
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (MOP-64226) Danone Institute