Controlling food cues response may keep the weight off

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A new weight loss intervention focuses on people’s response to food cues. smodj/Getty Images
  • Researchers investigated the effects of a new weight-loss intervention that helps regulate response to food cues.
  • The intervention resulted in similar weight loss to an existing treatment alongside less weight regain after treatment.
  • The researchers say the new intervention may be used as an alternative weight loss treatment.

Around 74% of United States adults live with overweight or obesity. Current treatments for weight loss include behavioral weight loss (BWL) programs or lifestyle intervention programs.

While these interventions produce moderate weight loss results,

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