Eating What - night. This perception of having to have a...

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1 Eating What, When and How Much? Eating What, When and How Much? Tonia Pieper Axia College at University of Phoenix
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2 Eating What, When and How Much? After reading section 10.3, I would have to agree with several issues that were brought up in the text. I agree with the concept that Collier in 1986 stated, that our eating is influenced by our culture, work, family, personal, wealth, and a variety of other factors. When I was growing up, I came from a large family and we tended to eat a larger meal each
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Unformatted text preview: night. This perception of having to have a huge meal each time I ate which grew with me throughout the years. I had to finally take a reign on my eating ability and learn to retrain my family that we needed to eat more smaller meals and if we got hungry in between times, we had to learn to substitute it with something healthier. This was a fight for us, but learning to expect food at several times in the day, made us learn not to over eat, but to know how it felt to be satisfied....
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2011 for the course PSYCH 330 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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