S L Colles
Affiliation: Monash University
- Preoperative weight loss with a very-low-energy diet: quantitation of changes in liver and abdominal fat by serial imagingSusan L Colles
Centre for Obesity Research and Education, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
Am J Clin Nutr 84:304-11. 2006..Despite its growing popularity, a VLED in this setting has received little attention...
- Night eating syndrome and nocturnal snacking: association with obesity, binge eating and psychological distressS L Colles
Centre for Obesity Research and Education, The Alfred Hospital, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Int J Obes (Lond) 31:1722-30. 2007..This study aimed to investigate the clinical significance of NES and nocturnal snacking by exploring the relationship between NES and (1) obesity, (2) binge eating disorder (BED) and (3) psychological distress...
- Night eating syndrome: impact on bariatric surgerySusan L Colles
Monash University, Centre for Obesity Research and Education CORE, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Obes Surg 16:811-20. 2006..Therapy options should focus on aspects of the syndrome that cause greatest impairment, distress, or health risk...
- Loss of control is central to psychological disturbance associated with binge eating disorderSusan L Colles
Centre for Obesity Research and Education CORE, Monash University, The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Obesity (Silver Spring) 16:608-14. 2008..The primary aim of this study was to investigate which core behavioral features of binge eating are most strongly related to psychological disturbance...
- Grazing and loss of control related to eating: two high-risk factors following bariatric surgerySusan L Colles
Monash University, Centre for Obesity Research and Education CORE, Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Obesity (Silver Spring) 16:615-22. 2008..Gastric restrictive surgery induces a marked change in eating behavior. However, the relationship between preoperative and postoperative eating behavior and weight loss outcome has received limited attention...
- Hunger control and regular physical activity facilitate weight loss after laparoscopic adjustable gastric bandingSusan L Colles
Centre for Obesity Research and Education, Alfred Hospital, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria, 3181, Australia
Obes Surg 18:833-40. 2008..This study aimed to assess the extent and nature of change in energy intake and physical activity and identify factors associated with percentage weight loss (%WL) 12 months after laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding (LAGB)...