Web innovation for weight management

Brotherton, Ailsa; Pinder, Carol
November 2007
Practice Nursing;Nov2007, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p548
Academic Journal
The article offers information on web-based weight management resource, which focuses on the prevention and treatment of obesity. It states that a web-based personalized dietary assessment is an experience that is more likely to be remembered by people. It mentions that an automated feedback in an Internet-weight loss program has a greater motivational impact and suggests that a flexible control on eating habits and regular physical activities can lead to affective weight management.


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