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The Exercise and Obesity Health Promotion (PESO) program is a randomized controlled trial designed to analyze the effects of a lifestyle intervention in weight management and health-related parameters of overweight and obese premenopausal women

Clinical Trial Description

The PESO (Exercise and Obesity Health Promotion Program) is a program of weight control and exercise promotion for overweight and obese premenopausal women, developed by specialists in exercise, nutrition, and psychology, under medical supervision. It is a program that promotes the autonomy of the participants and the permanent modification of their habits and lifestyles, without the use of drugs or any other products, devices, or techniques of "slimming".

Participants in the PESO Program were able to enjoy a regular and multifaceted group program, aiming to increase knowledge about permanent body weight control, increased motivation and practice of physical activity and exercise, and improved habits food and nutrition. Increases in functional mobility, metabolic health, quality of life and the physical and mental well-being of the participants are central priorities of this Program.

The PESO Program was conducted in a university context and was led by teachers and researchers from the Faculty of Human Motors and other national and foreign institutions. The program is not for commercial purposes, it does not entail financial costs for the participants and it is involved in a wide range of scientific research projects, which have been recognized by individuals and external entities as relevant and of interest to the general population and the community in particular. ;

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NCT number NCT03823898
Study type Interventional
Source Faculdade de Motricidade Humana
Status Completed
Phase N/A
Start date January 2, 2002
Completion date December 1, 2003

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