CHICAGO, May 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Some people lose weight and keep it off for good. Others struggle with weight issues their entire lives. So what's the secret to long-lasting weight loss?
Nationally renowned obesity expert James O. Hill, PhD, will join exercise physiologist Scott Brunning for a webinar that will examine scientific data from The National Weight Control Registry on attributes that make people "successful losers." They also will delve into the latest peer-reviewed research to give attendees actionable ideas for driving weight loss.
"While everyone is unique, there are some commonalities that lead to long-term successful weight loss and maintenance," Dr. Hill said. "We will explore why some people are more successful with weight loss than others and what you can do to lose weight."
Dr. Hill is co-founder of the National Weight Registry, a professor of Pediatrics & Medicine and the director of the Colorado Nutrition Obesity Research Center at the University of Colorado. He also is a scientific advisory board member for Retrofit, a leading provider of weight-management and disease-prevention solutions. Scott Brunning is a team lead and exercise physiologist for Retrofit.
The webinar, "A summary of success factors for long-term weight maintenance from the National Weight Registry and The Colorado Weigh," will take place at 10 a.m. CT on Tuesday, May 16. To register, click here.
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