Positive outcomes seen in obese women who lose weight

09/29/2004 | USA Today

Dieting among obese women does not bring about such behavioral problems as depression, binge eating or eating disorders, a new study says. Researchers compared three groups of women on various diet regimes and found no serious eating disorders, and the women who lost weight on two different calorie-cutting programs reported fewer symptoms of depression than nondieters who didn't lose weight.

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