Improving Appetite Self-Regulation in Patients with Obesity: A Feasibility Study

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The purpose of this study to examine the feasibility and acceptability of a 6month remotelydelivered appetite regulation and lifestyle modification intervention to treat obesity. We will enroll 40 participants (BMI > 30 kg/m2) from the UNC primary care clinics. Following the Appetite Awareness Training intervention, participants will be asked to participate in an exit interview on the acceptability of the intervention, and explore factors that will strengthen the program.

The grant is funded by Office of Research Development and the Nutrition Research Institute, UNC-Chapel Hill.

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