A healthy BMI for women entails maintaining weight loss by continuously leading a healthy lifestyle.

Manter a perda de peso é um desafio1,2

Weight management and reaching a healthy body mass index for women can be challenging.

Manter a perda de peso é um desafio1,2
 

 Long-term obesity studies showed that weight regain was common after weight loss achieved by dieting.

O peso e a dieta dos participantes do estudo foram avaliados no período basal; em seguida, seu peso foi aferido nas consultas de acompanhamento por até 7 anos após a dieta ter terminado. Esses dados são provenientes de uma revisão de 14 estudos com acompanhamentos a longo prazo.1
Adaptado de Mann T, Tomiyama AJ, Westling E, Lew AM, Samuels B, Chatman J. Medicare’s search for effective obesity treatments: diets are not the answer. Am Psychol. 2007;622(3):220-233.

Respostas fisiológicas à perda de peso estimulam o reganho de peso3-7
Respostas fisiológicas à perda de peso estimulam o reganho de peso

Respostas fisiológicas à perda de peso estimulam o reganho
de peso3-7

A ciência descobriu que as respostas fisiológicas
à perda de peso estimulam o reganho de peso3-7

 

A perda de peso nas pessoas com obesidade causa adaptações hormonais, que aumentam a fome e o desejo de comer por, pelo menos, 1 ano.3
 

The body’s hunger hormones or satiety hormones regulate a person’s appetite at least 1 year after weight loss.
O cérebro tem um papel central na regulação do apetite e gasto energético.8
The brain has a central role in regulating hunger signals and energy expenditure, influential to weight regain.

O cérebro tem um papel central na regulação do apetite e gasto energético8

O cérebro tem um papel central na regulação de apetite e gasto energético8
 

Vários hormônios desempenham um papel importante na regulação do apetite8

 

Successful weight loss requires management of satiety hormones, hunger hormones, energy intake, and energy expenditure.
Uma perda de peso de 5% a 10% pode melhorar as comorbidades relacionadas à obesidade.9-13


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