Holiday Weight Gain
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StudySubjects AnalyzedPopulation Subject Age RangeTimeWeight gain
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Hull et. al. (previous post)94College~13 days0.5 kg (average), 1.0 kg (BMI >/= 25), 0.2 kg BMI < 25)
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Rees et al. (1)35 (22 normal, 13 diabetic)UKUnknown~2 months0.9 kg (normal), 0.7 kg (diabetics)
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Andersson & Rössner (2)46 obese, 76 controlsObese patients in maintenance therapy2-3 weeks0.6 kg obese, 0.4 kg controls
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Reid et al. (3)26Staff in the School of Educational and Community Studies (UK)17-59Ave. 15.5 days0.93 kg (average)
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Yanovski et al. (4)195National Institutes of Health campus; Bethesda, Maryland19-82 (mean 39)5 months (or 1 year)0.37 kg (average over holiday period), 0.48 kg (average total over 5 months), 0.62 kg (165 subjects who reported for 1 year), BMI correlated with weight gain
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Hull et al. (5)82College~2 monthsIn BMI <25 no weight change but body fat % increase, BMI >/= 25 weight increase and body fat % increase
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Costa et al. (6)54 femalesCollege5 months and 1 yearOver holiday period: 1.39 kg weight gain, 1.57 kg fat mass gain; over 1 year: 0.74 kg heavier, 0.86 kg fat mass
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Phelan et al. (7)252National Weight Loss Control Registry0.7 kg for formerly overweight subjects who have successfully kept off weight, 0.2 kg for normal weight with no history of obesity
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