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07-11-2022 | Brief Report

The role of everyday activities on likelihood of dietary lapse: an ecological momentary assessment study

Auteurs: Christina Chwyl, Rebecca J. Crochiere, Evan M. Forman

Gepubliceerd in: Journal of Behavioral Medicine

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Abstract

Developing a more nuanced understanding of factors predicting risk of dietary lapse (i.e., instances of non-adherence to a reduced calorie diet) is important, because dietary lapses contribute to suboptimal weight outcomes. The study investigated, for the first time, how various everyday activities affected likelihood of dietary lapses at two timescales—both in-the-moment, and in the hours after engaging in an activity. Participants (N = 107) with overweight/obesity in a behavioral weight loss program completed ecological momentary assessment surveys on dietary adherence and daily activities for 3 weeks at mid-treatment. Generalized estimating equations revealed that socializing predicted greater concurrent lapse risk, while work/school, doing chores, cooking, or practicing a spiritual activity/prayer/meditation were associated with reduced lapse risk. In terms of subsequent effects, cooking and indoor hobbies were associated with greater lapse risk in the next few hours, whereas spiritual activity/meditation was associated with reduced risk. Certain activities may have affected concurrent and subsequent lapse risk due to: their influence on the presence of tempting food, the compatibility of engaging in the activity and eating simultaneously, and the reward reaped from the activity (potentially reducing desire for food-related reward). Findings speak to the importance of attending to the timescale of relationships between activities and lapses, which has clinical implications for providing nuanced and optimally timed interventions for overweight/obesity.
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Metagegevens
Titel
The role of everyday activities on likelihood of dietary lapse: an ecological momentary assessment study
Auteurs
Christina Chwyl
Rebecca J. Crochiere
Evan M. Forman
Publicatiedatum
07-11-2022
Uitgeverij
Springer US
Gepubliceerd in
Journal of Behavioral Medicine
Print ISSN: 0160-7715
Elektronisch ISSN: 1573-3521
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10865-022-00365-8