Diet-Induced Weight Loss Has No Effect on Psychological Stress in Overweight and Obese Adults: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials.

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obesity 6 endocrinologydiseases

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metabolic syndrome 2022 [[1]], and is associated with comorbidities such as cardiovascular disease (CVD), type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome [[2]]. The causes of obesity are both diverse and complex, and can be attributed to physiological, environment,
obesity 2062 comorbidities such as cardiovascular disease (CVD), type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome [[2]]. The causes of obesity are both diverse and complex, and can be attributed to physiological, environment, cultural, socioeconomic,
obesity 3201 systematic review and meta-analysis of nine observational studies reported high rates of abdominal obesity (49%) in individuals with posttraumatic stress disorder [[11]]. A systematic review of prospective cohort
obesity 3816 relationship [[14]].Weight loss has been found to lower the risk for some comorbidities associated with obesity including CVD, type 2 diabetes, dyslipidaemia and hypertension [[15]]. A significant correlation between
obesity 5058 detrimental effects on psychological well-being. Restricted energy diets for the treatment of overweight and obesity have been reported to increase fatigue and decrease vigour [[21],[22]] and increase tension [[22]],
obesity 7943 The following terms were used: weight loss, weight management, weight reduction, overweight, obes*, obesity treat*, dietary intervention, diet*, diet reduc*, stress, psyc* distress, mental health, psyc* and psyc*
obesity 24597 measureDurationWeight changeStress changeBrinkworth et al. 2009 [[28]]65 men and women with abdominal obesity #50.0 ± 8.233.7 ± 4.1IG: Isocaloric conventional high carbohydrate low-fat diet CG: Energy restricted

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