Lecture 12 eating disorders

Non binging obese people prevalence of eating

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Unformatted text preview: ge cheese (300) - 2 bags of popcorn (250 each) - 2 bags of Famous Amos chocolate chip cookies (280 each) - Muscle Milk Shake (250) - Chocolate Smoothie from Starbucks (300) - Pack of Trailmix (300) - Bag of cheese- flavored snack mix (250) - 7" Turkey and Pepperoni sandwich from Which Witch (a lot) - Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Odawalla Food Bar (250) - Oatmeal mixed with cottage cheese and ranch dressing (don't ask) - Slice of cheddar cheese (80) - Handful of walnuts (160) Binge Eating Disorder •  Binge- ea)ng disorder –new addi)on to DSM 5 •  Engage in food binges without compensatory behaviors •  Associated features •  Many persons with binge- ea)ng disorder are obese •  Concerns about shape and weight •  OCen older than bulimics and anorexics •  More psychopathology vs. non- binging obese people Prevalence of Eating Disorders U.S. lifetime prevalence of anorexia nervosa is around .9% in women and .3% in men U.S. lifetime prevalence of bulimia is around 3.5% in women and 2% in men Higher rates in athletic, dance, modeling professions, competitive environments (e.g., college 6-7%) Age of Onset and Gender Differences Anorexia nervosa is most likely to develop in 15- to 19-yearolds Ten females for every male with an eating disorder Bulimia nervosa is most likely to develop in women ages 20-24 Medical Complications of Eating Disorders An...
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