Table 1

Inclusion and exclusion criteria for SNAP
Inclusion criteria
• BMI 21 – 30 kg/m2
• 18 – 35 years of age
• Willing to be randomized to any of the three conditions
Exclusion criteria
• Untreated hypertension, hyperlipidemia, or type 2 diabetes, unless permission is provided by their health care provider
• Unable to walk for physical activity
• Report of any of the following health problems: heart condition, chest pain during periods of activity or rest, loss of consciousness, diabetes treated with insulin or medications that may cause hypoglycemia, active tuberculosis, HIV, acromegaly, Cushing’s syndrome, chronic hepatitis B or C, inflammatory bowel disease requiring treatment within the past year, thyroid disease, renal disease, liver disease, hospitalization for asthma in the past year, or cancer within the past 5 years (except for non-melanoma skin cancers or early stage cervical cancer) or chronic use of steroid medication
• Past diagnosis of or treatment for anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa or meet criteria for anorexia or bulimia nervosa during screening
• Past diagnosis of or current symptoms of alcohol/substance dependence
• Currently pregnant, trying to get pregnant, pregnant within last 6 months
• History of schizophrenia, manic depression, or bipolar disorder
• Hospitalization for depression or other psychiatric disorder in past 12 months
• Lost and maintained 10 pounds or more within the past 6 months, participating in a weight loss program, taking weight loss medication, or have had surgery for weight loss
• Participation in another weight loss or physical activity study
• Another member of the household is a participant or staff member on this trial
• Reason to suspect that the participant would not adhere to the study intervention or assessment schedule
• Not able to speak and understand English
• Residence or place of work further than 50 miles from the intervention site
• Perceived inability to attend the 2 year data collection visit
• No Internet access on a regular basis

Wing et al.

Wing et al. BMC Public Health 2013 13:300   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-300

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