6 Individual- Physical

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Physical Personality Interpersonal
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Genetics Human Genome Project http:// www.ornl.gov/sci/ techresources/ Human_Genome/ project/about.shtml Completed in 2003
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Role of cortisol Fight or flight response
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Inputs The Individual Outputs Oxygen Nutrients Water Self-worth Values, Beliefs Perceptions Decision-Making Work Exercise Reproduction Wastes Modified Figure 9.1
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The attitudes, values, & social behaviors one exhibits are based on one’s self-concept which is formed both in the family & as the result of one’s social experiences Self-concept – an organized set of perceptions a person has of self Self-esteem – the aspect of self-concept that provides a feeling of value or self-worth
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Finding the mean or moderation, by avoiding extremes In matters of conduct both excess & deficiency are detrimental - Aristotle
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Time of the day Events of the night before Does his family/friends eat breakfast Physiologic impacts of eating breakfast
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Financial resources Agriculture Nature Science advances Culture http:// www.breakfastandbrun ch.com/ countryhome.php Nutritional knowledge Past experiences Food allergies Social situation Environment Where does he live What is available Physiological needs Religion
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Dieting practices Social environment Internal motivations to eat Food availability Buffet syndrome
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Disease state Age Genetics Hunger/Satiety level
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Economically Socially Intellectual capacity Physically
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Carbohydrates Protein Fat Vitamins Minerals Water
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Why do we need them? Energy
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