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Academic Article Enhanced metabolic efficiency contributes to weight regain after weight loss in obesity-prone rats.
Academic Article Peripheral metabolic responses to prolonged weight reduction that promote rapid, efficient regain in obesity-prone rats.
Academic Article Biology's response to dieting: the impetus for weight regain.
Academic Article A peripheral perspective of weight regain.
Academic Article Metabolic adjustments with the development, treatment, and recurrence of obesity in obesity-prone rats.
Academic Article Weight regain after sustained weight reduction is accompanied by suppressed oxidation of dietary fat and adipocyte hyperplasia.
Academic Article Regular exercise attenuates the metabolic drive to regain weight after long-term weight loss.
Academic Article Exercise reduces appetite and traffics excess nutrients away from energetically efficient pathways of lipid deposition during the early stages of weight regain.
Concept Weight Loss
Academic Article Adaptations of leptin, ghrelin or insulin during weight loss as predictors of weight regain: a review of current literature.
Academic Article NIH working group report: Innovative research to improve maintenance of weight loss.
Academic Article The role for adipose tissue in weight regain after weight loss.
Academic Article Exercise Decreases Lipogenic Gene Expression in Adipose Tissue and Alters Adipocyte Cellularity during Weight Regain After Weight Loss.
Academic Article A randomized pilot study comparing zero-calorie alternate-day fasting to daily caloric restriction in adults with obesity.
Grant Utilization of Ingested Engery During Underfeeding
Academic Article Prior weight loss exacerbates the biological drive to gain weight after the loss of ovarian function.
Academic Article Is regular exercise an effective strategy for weight loss maintenance?
Academic Article Accumulating Data to Optimally Predict Obesity Treatment (ADOPT): Recommendations from the Biological Domain.
Academic Article No consistent evidence of a disproportionately low resting energy expenditure in long-term successful weight-loss maintainers.
Academic Article Physical Activity Energy Expenditure and Total Daily Energy Expenditure in Successful Weight Loss Maintainers.
Academic Article Compensation for cold-induced thermogenesis during weight loss maintenance and regain.
Concept Weight Reduction Programs
Academic Article Regular exercise potentiates energetically expensive hepatic de novo lipogenesis during early weight regain.
Academic Article Lipoprotein Lipase Overexpression in Skeletal Muscle Attenuates Weight Regain by Potentiating Energy Expenditure.
Academic Article Multiomic Predictors of Short-Term Weight Loss and Clinical Outcomes During a Behavioral-Based Weight Loss Intervention.
Academic Article The Gut Microbiota during a Behavioral Weight Loss Intervention.
Academic Article Weight and body composition changes affect resting energy expenditure predictive equations during a 12-month weight-loss intervention.
Academic Article Weight loss and cystic disease progression in autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease.
Academic Article Proteomics, dietary intake, and changes in cardiometabolic health within a behavioral weight-loss intervention: A pilot study.
Academic Article Comparison of weight loss induced by daily caloric restriction versus intermittent fasting (DRIFT) in individuals with obesity: study protocol for a 52-week randomized clinical trial.
Academic Article The Microbiome, Epigenome, and Diet in Adults with Obesity during Behavioral Weight Loss.

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