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What qualifies as an eating disorder?

What qualifies as an eating disorder?

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School: University of Vermont
Department: Nutrition and Food Sciences
Course: Fundamentals of Nutrition
Professor: Farryl bertmann
Term: Spring 2016
Tags: nutrition
Cost: 50
Name: NFS043,Study Guide II of Final
Description: -Study Guide II
Uploaded: 05/07/2016
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What qualifies as an eating disorder?



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converted

to

glucose.

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Disorders

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- unaware of their condition


What causes cardiovascular disease?



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• Risks

depletes needed fat : protein

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basal metabolic rate slows (: lose so much lean tissue ) , bones weaken - Osteoporosis,

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- cognitive therapy

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Eating

• Risks

- physical

fluid and electrolyte

abnormal heart thu

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Wie

- Treatment :

- establish regular eating patterns - Professional Heatment and self. help programs

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to treatment than

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-Prevention

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families

about

mistreatment

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all diseases of heart & blood vessels.

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eating pattern eating pattern

saturated fat : fruits, vegetables, low-fat milk,

: fruitsu

Salt reduction : Sodium

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(UL) < 1500 mg

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• includes any 3 or more of these factors :

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31 :Binge Eating Disorder

to treatment than

bu

responds more

readily

to treatment than

Other eeting disorder

-Prevention

- encourage positive eating & physical behaviors - promote a positive body image

encourage enjoyable family meals (at home) help children & teens to nurture bodies through healthy eating physical activity, self-talk

To

children, teens

and

their

families

about

mistreatment

The Female Athlete Tried

eating disorder : einadequate energy & nutrient intake

o overexercising * weight loss

*soek of body Port

-

amenorrhea 3

diminished hormones

of calciums from

bones

Osteoporosis

(os

eating diareer

- amenorrhea

Osteopor

Characteristics:

eating habits. / weight-control behaviors become abnormal. - Clinic impairment of physical health / psychosocial functioning materialize

ish 4

The disturbance

caused

by

other medical / Psychiatric conditions:

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