UMass Amherst NUTRITN 130 - Eating Disorders (2 pages)

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We discussed different types of eating disorders and how they affect the body.


Lecture number:
33
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 33 Learning Outcomes Describe pathways to eating disorders Describe general characteristics of eating disorders BED AN BN as well and orthorexia and muscle dysmorphia Know which eating disorder is the most Binge eating overeating Body image Performance Food purity weight Restriction ex Anorexia nervosa Bulimia nervosa binge eating disorder Food restriction is a common element in the development of eating disorders True Eating disorders 3 types of eating disorders as well as EDNOS eating disorders not otherwise stimulated stated o Anorexia Adolescent female o Bulimia College age females Male athletes o Binge eating disorders Most common among male and female dieters ED outcomes Anorexia o Significantly low body weight below minimum normal range o Fear of being fat or resistant behavior to avoid weight gain Bulimia recurrent episodes of binge eating o Recurrent inappropriate compensatory behavior laxatives vomiting exercise 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 Binge eating o Eating a lot at one time o Lack of control over eating during the episode o Distress over binge eating Health outcomes Anorexia o Lack of normal menstruation o Osteoporosis o Muscle wasting o Heart problems o Hair loss o Lowered BMR Bulimia o Inflammation of esophagus o Electrolyte o Tooth decay and staining Binge eating o Weight fluctuation o Depression Muscle dysmorphia Rigid exercise High protein diet Avoid anything that will interfere with weight program Critical of body Body shape is given too much importance Fear of increasing body fat obsession with muscles



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