HHS FINAL STUDY GUIDE

HHS FINAL STUDY GUIDE - Week 6 Lecture 2 1. A trend: is a...

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Week 6 Lecture 2 1. A trend: is a long term movement in time A Fad: is a behavior/fashion that becomes popular in a culture relatively quickly, but looses popularity dramatically 2. The five recent fitness trends are: Balance training; taichi, yoga, pilaties, foam rollers Shorter duration workouts; curves, personal trainers Functional fitness and core strengthening Families increasing participation in outdoor activities Participation for socialization and motivation 3. Three main ingredients in red bull are 80mg of caffeine = one cup of coffe 1,000 mg of taurine: contracts heart, Amp’d with caffeine glucuronolactone: never been tested 4. energy drink cocaine has 280 mg of caffeine, 350% of what red bull contains, it is bad in society because it had cocaine and alcohol recipes on website( pulled from store shelves in may) 5. the biggest loser TV show Positive aspects promotes weight loss motivating for participation Negative Aspects: weight loss shouldn’t be a competition
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rate of weightless on TV is unhealthy Week 7 lecture 1 1. three steps to evaluating a healthy body weight measure body comp. determine body mass index ( BMI) assess pattern of fat distribution 2. Healthy BMI is between 18.5 and 24.9 3. Four ways to measure body comp; underwater weighing , skin fold measuring, bioelectric impedance analysis ( BIA ) 4. Body fat distribution 5. Three generic theories of obesity Thrifty gene: a gene causes people to be “energetically thrifty” Set point: each persons weight stays within a small range (set point)
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Leptin : lepton is a hormone produced by fat cells that causes reduced food intake, weight, body fat. Mutation causes increases food intake 6. Obesity health consequences are heart disease, diabetes, and cancer Week 7 lecture 1 (part 1) 1. Determine estimated energy requirement (EER) via; age (yr), weight (Kg), height (m), physical activity factor 2. Influence calories out: Basal metabolism Physical activity Thermal effect of food. 3. Basal metabolism (BMR) is the energy needed to maintain vital body functions. It can be influenced by genetics, body composition, biological sex/age, growth and hormones (thyroxin), history of diet, caffeine, alcohol, Medication, environment 4. % of the three contributors that contributes to total energy out:
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2009 for the course HHS 231 taught by Professor Catherineboshuizen during the Fall '08 term at Oregon State.

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HHS FINAL STUDY GUIDE - Week 6 Lecture 2 1. A trend: is a...

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