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Do different dieting strategies lead to loss of control after losing weight?

According to this recent trial, continuous energy restriction may have a very slight edge over intermittent energy restriction.

Study under review: Matched Weight Loss Through Intermittent or Continuous Energy Restriction Does Not Lead To Compensatory Increases in Appetite and Eating Behavior in a Randomized Controlled Trial in Women With Overweight and Obesity

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Does intermittent or continuous energy restriction change eating behaviors when weight loss is matched?

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