BWLT

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BWLTBehavioral Weight Loss Treatment
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The use of motivational interviewing techniques to enhance the efficacy of guided self-help behavioral weight loss treatment. Eat Behav.
A pilot study of the effects of behavioral weight loss treatment on fibromyalgia symptoms.
Behavioral weight loss treatment benefited overweight and obese women with fibromyalgia syndrome, reported Jennifer R.
These three techniques ultimately formed the core of the behavioral weight loss treatment "package," (Brownell & Jeffery; Brownell & Kramer).
Behavioral weight loss treatment programs typically last 16-20 weeks, and individuals in these programs typically lose 5%-15% of their baseline weight (Anderson, Shapiro, & Lundgren, 2001; Jeffery et al., 2000; Wing, 2002), which is enough to improve health (National Heart, Lung, & Blood Institute, 1998).