DIET 200 Exam 3
DIET 200 Exam 3 DIET 200
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DIET 200 Exam 3 CH 9 Weight Loss Strategies o Behavior and attitude Behavior modification o Have a positive, matter-of-fact attitude Become aware of good and bad behaviors Keep a record of foods (food diary) Change behaviors Start small Set specific goals Reward when goals are completed Cognitive skills Problem solving o Solve potential problems o List pros and cons o Possible setbacks Cognitive restructuring Replace negative thoughts Personal attitude Understand personal relationship with foods o Emotions and food Support groups Accountability EX weightwatchers o Weight management After a successful weight loss Plateau at appropriate goal Successful weight loss Maintained same weight for one year Without a formal program Vigorous exercise regimens Careful eating patterns Frequent self-monitoring o Measuring food o Getting on scale Changes in metabolism Takes more work to prevent weight regain than to prevent weight gain Preventing weight gain o Similar to losing weight Start earlier Underweight o Affects only 2% of U.S. adults Weight gain may be difficult Physical conditioning combined with high-energy intakes Adaptive thermogenesis Problems of underweight o Demand for high energy o Learn new habits and like new foods o Underweight vs anorexia nervosa Weight gain strategies o Adequacy and balance o Energy-dense foods o Regular meals daily o Large portions o Extra snacks o Juice and milk o Exercise Fad Diets o Outrageous claims No requirements to prove claims No requirements of credible research Distorted research o Eliminates food groups o Fast results o Fail to produce lasting results o Disregards calories o Low energy intake o Lacks variety o Monotonous o Dietary supplements o Follow a strict plan o Not healthy over long periods of time Fad Diet Appeal o Quick fix o Appeals to personal preference o Celebrity endorsements o Not time-consuming o Short-term The Real Deal o Tip the energy balance equation to greater energy expenditure o Long-term lifestyle changes o Healthy plan Flexibility and variety
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