Presentation by Dimitrios Koutoukidis is Senior Research Fellow at The University of Oxford, UK

What factors contribute to successful weight loss?

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Weight loss in the first 1-2 months is the strongest predictor od long-term weight Loaa

Weight loss is a cornerstone in the management of NASH. Although this is highlighted in clinical guidelines, the variability of successful weight loss among patients with NASH is large.

This talk will present data from multiple weight loss trials examining factors that are associated with weight loss success, such as provision of a structured programme, language and communication, cost, initial weight loss, session attendance, genetic predisposition, physical activity, and social and psychological factors