Before, after, & after-after: Clinical implications of weight loss recidivism

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Abstract

Weight recovery among obese patients who have lost weight through lifestyle modification or bariatric surgery is a common clinical challenge that often leads to patient stigmatization and unexpected health problems. A review of the literature describes how weight loss alters energy homeostasis to limit weight loss and restore lost fat mass in patients who have successfully lost weight.

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