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Outcomes addressed in randomized controlled lifestyle intervention trials in community‐dwelling older people with (sarcopenic) obesity—An evidence map

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Galicia Ernst, Isabel ; Torbahn, Gabriel ; Schwingshackl, Lukas ; Knüttel, Helge ; Kob, Robert ; Kemmler, Wolfgang ; Sieber, Cornel C. ; Batsis, John A. ; Villareal, Dennis T. ; Stroebele‐Benschop, Nanette ; Visser, Marjolein ; Volkert, Dorothee ; Kiesswetter, Eva ; Schoene, Daniel
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Obesity and sarcopenic obesity (SO) are characterized by excess body fat with or without low muscle mass affecting bio-psycho-social health, functioning, and subsequently quality of life in older adults. We mapped outcomes addressed in randomized controlled trials (RCTs) on lifestyle interventions in community-dwelling older people with (sarcopenic) obesity. Systematic searches in Medline, ...


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