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Eating Behaviors. By: Patrick Thibodeau. Experiment 1: Stress-induced laboratory eating behavior in obese women with binge eating disorder. Purpose – To compare the eating behavior of obese patients without binge eating disorder versus obese patients with binge eating disorder
Addictive and Unhealthy Behaviors. Addictive and Unhealthy Behaviors. Session Outline. Eating Disorders. – Defining and understanding anorexia and bulimia. – Prevalence of eating disorders in sport. – Predisposing factors. – Recognition and referral of an athlete with eating problems.
chapter. 20. Addictive and Unhealthy Behaviors. Session Outline. Defining and Understanding Eating Disorders Prevalence of Eating Disorders in Sport Predisposing Factors Recognition and Referral of an Athlete With Eating Problems Dos and Don’ts for Dealing With Eating Disorders
Addictive and Unhealthy Behaviors. Critical Thinking Question. Include physical, psychological and social reasons in your discussion.
Addictive and Unhealthy Behaviors. Defining and Understanding Eating Disorders. Anorexia nervosa. A psychological disease characterized by an intense fear of becoming obese, a disturbed body image, a significant weight loss, the refusal to maintain normal body weight, and amenorrhea.
Effects of unhealthy eating. Authors: Piotr Kwiecień & Marcel Gómułka. Table of contents. changes of fatty mass of the body general decline in mental ability cardiovascular diseases hyperlipidemia atherosclerosis coronary disease obesity tooth decay hyperthyroidism
Assessing Eating Behaviors. Hunger is the physiological impulse to seek food, prompted by the lack or shortage of basic foods needed to provide the energy and nutrients that support health.
Physical Inactivity and Unhealthy Dietary Behaviors. Percentage of High School Students Who Were Physically Active at Least 60 Minutes Per Day on Less Than 5 Days,* by Type of Grades Earned (Mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D’s/F’s), 2009**.