Effect of physical activity and dietary restriction interventions on weight loss and the musculoskeletal function of overweight and obese older adults with knee osteoarthritis: a systematic review and mixed method data synthesis

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obesity 4016 the increasing numbers of older adults in the population, combined with the increasing prevalence of obesity and being overweight throughout the population, it is anticipated that the incidence of knee OA will
obesity 4789 improvement, body weight reduction and exercise (either land-based or water-based).[1] It is well known that obesity is an important risk factor for knee OA progression and several studies recommend obesity control for
obesity 4879 known that obesity is an important risk factor for knee OA progression and several studies recommend obesity control for decreasing disease burden, since a decrease in body weight will lead to a reduction of joint
obesity 6078 and further research is required.[7] The demand for optimal exercise is increased in patients with obesity who may face more challenges and believe in the greater importance of physical activity compared with
obesity 10994 Diet, Carbohydrate-Restricted/ or Diet, Reducing/ or Diet Therapy/ or Diet, Vegetarian/13Obesity/ or obesity .mp.14((Low carbohydrate* or low calor* or low fat* or vegetarian*) adj1 (diet*))15(Diet adj2 (therapy*

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