Review Session Exam 2 [031810]

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/18/11 Review Session Exam 2
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2/18/11 Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2 cups of fruit/day 2.5 cups of vegetables/day (choose a variety) 3 ounces of whole grain products/day 3 cups of fat-free or low-fat milk Keep saturated fats to no more that 10% and total fats between 20-35% of total calories No more than 2,330 mg sodium/day To maintain weight: balance calories consumed with calories expended
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2/18/11 Resistance to Modifying Diet People switch to healthier diets more often to improve appearance than to improve health. Maintaining change is tough; long- term monitoring and relapse prevention are key Society of high stress Tastes are difficult to alter Dietary changes may affect mood/personality “Fad diets” are overwhelming Helpful factors to making changes:
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2/18/11 Weight Control Activity Hand calculate your Body Mass Index (BMI) or look it up using Table 4.3 on pgs. 98-99 of your text. BMI = weight in kg/height in meters2 1 kg ~ 2.2 lbs ± Normal Range: 18.5 – 24.9 ± Overweight Range: 25 – 29.9 ± Obese Range: 30+
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2/18/11 Factors Associated with Obesity Genetic predispositions & family history Eating and PA Behavior Environment ( toxic ) Obesity & excessive dieting Set Point Theory of Weight
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The Energy Balance Equation In order to lose weight one has to burn more calories than they consume! Calories In < Calories Out = Weight Loss Calories In > Calories Out = Weight Gain Calories In = Calories Out = Weight Maintenance
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2/18/11 Amazon.com has 217,000 titles about dieting! Obese individuals attempt to lose weight because It is considered unattractive (primary reason) It carries a social stigma They perceive that it is a health risk It is coupled with psychological distress Treatment of Obesity
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2/18/11 Dieting Small losses, rarely maintained for long Low-fat diets are best for loss but hardest to maintain Risk of yo-yo dieting Surgery Stomach stapled/banded to reduce capacity Appetite-Suppressing drugs The multimodal approach Self-monitoring, control overeating, exercise Controlling self-talk, social support, relapse Treatment of Obesity
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2/18/11 “No matter how you go about losing weight, to lose it effectively and, especially, to keep it off, your
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course PYSC 465 taught by Professor Wilson during the Spring '10 term at South Carolina.

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