UMass Amherst NUTRITN 130 - Food Addiction and Eating Strategies (2 pages)

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We discussed food addiction and helpful external/internal cues, and helpful initiative and mindful strategies for eating.


Lecture number:
31
Pages:
2
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Course:
Nutritn 130 - Nutrition for a Healthy Lifestyle
Edition:
1

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Nutrition 130 1st Edition Lecture 31 Learning Objectives Understanding how food addictions affect how much you consume Knowing the external internal cues and knowing mindful and intuitive eating strategies Causes of Obesity Food Addiction High palatable food activates brain reward system Research shows that an animal will binge eat on highly palatable food when it is limited Research on rodent and obesity support which of the following When highly palatable food may be as addictive as cocaine What makes us start eating and what makes us stop Mindful eating Intuitive eating Internal cues Mindless eating External cues External cues Big serving dishes Fancy names Variety Plate ware large plates Family style Health halo Causes of obesity Lack of internal cueing Regularly eating beyond moderate fullness These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute Drinking calories Not eating mindfully distracted eating Review of 24 studies Distracted eating Increase immediate intake Increased later more intake Intuitive Mindful Eating Eat when you re hungry except breakfast Choose foods you believe will satisfy you Stay connected to your body and eat with awareness and enjoyment Stop eating when you are physically satisfied Which of the following shows a lack of intuitive eating Eating in response to appetite not hunger Distracted eating Eating beyond moderate fullness Mindless eating results in being sensitive to External cues o Big servings smaller servings o Fancy names awareness think in plain names o Variety limit variety at each meal o Plate ware smaller plates taller glasses o Family style men don t leave serving bowls on table o Health halo low fat foods can trick people



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