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Unformatted text preview: 1 Eating Disorders: Treatment & Prevention HNF 456 (3 credits) May 12-June 25 Monday & Wednesday 6:00 PM- 8:50 PM Treatment and Prevention of Eating Disorders and an in-depth exploration of weight, eating and body image. (Formerly HNF 490-Dying To Be Thin) Health At Every Size: Sustainable Lifestyle For Health and Well-Being Esther Rose Park, M.S.,R.D. March 25, 2008 E-mail: parke@msu.edu Food, Dieting and Body Weight Quiz There are good foods and bad foods T or F FALSE No food is inherently good, bad, healthy or unhealthy Depending on the circumstance a bad/unhealthy may be good/healthy A large amount of something good can be bad Need to look at the whole dietary intake Balance, moderation and variety Certain foods are fattening. T or F 2 FALSE No food is fattening Eating fat does not make you fat Any food overeaten can contribute to weight gain Weight gain is dependent Genetics Metabolic rate Energy expenditure Caloric consumption The amount you eat and exercise are the major factors that determine body weight. T or F FALSE Genetics is the primary factor that determines ones weight. That is why at the same given height, same activity, same diet, people will weigh different weights Up to 50-75% of body weight is determined by genetics Scandinavian studies Twin studies Weight loss improves health T or F FALSE Initial improvements immediately after weight loss. Follow up at 6 to 18 months showed deterioration of blood sugars to starting levels even if weight loss persisted Ciliska D. et al. Can J Diabet care 1995:1910-15 Teen Dieting Weight reduction efforts can lead to dysregulation of the normal appetite system Resulting in weight gain Erratic eating behaviors Increased metabolic efficiency Stice E. et al. J Consult Psychol. 1999;67:967-974 3 Overweight people who are active are healthier than average weight people who are sedentary. T or F TRUE Fit fat men and fit thin men, live longer than unfit lean men or unfit fat men (Blair 1996) Improved health and reduced morbidity and mortality independent of weight loss (Appel 1997) Risk factors can be reduced by lifestyle changes without weight loss (Barnard 1991) Current Attitudes/Beliefs Food and weight have become a major source of anxiety and guilt Media, culture and health professionals have led us to believe we can choose our weight with the right diet and exercise plan we can all be thin Current Attitudes/Beliefs I can only be healthy if my weight is within the recommended guidelines If my weight is normal, I must be healthy Scare tactics and pressures to be thin help prevent obesity If I cant lose weightwhy bother?...
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2008 for the course HNF 150 taught by Professor Thurston during the Spring '07 term at Michigan State University.

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