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UW-Madison NUTRSCI 132 - Obesity, Eating Disorders and Exercise

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NUTR SCI 132 Lecture 20 Outline of Last Lecture I. Eating Disordersa. Continuumb. Contrast to Disordered EatingII. Anorexia NervosaIII. Binge Eating DisorderOutline of Current Lecture I. Finish Obesity Lecturea. Bariatric SurgeryII. Continue Eating DisordersIII. ExerciseCurrent LectureI. Obesitya. Bariatric Surgeryi. 3 Procedures1. Lap Banda. Not good for active people; lodge could be disbandedb. Less Invasive2. Gastric Bypassa. Dumping Syndromei. Changes Behavior3. Gastric Sleevea. Reduces size of stomachII. Eating Disordersa. Bulimia Nervosai. Characterized by1. Recurrent binges2. Compensationsa. Starvingb. Purging i. Vomiting, diuretics, laxativesii. Excess exercise3. Normal Weight with fluctuations4. High AchievementThese 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.ii. History1. First description not until 19592. Increased incidence of late (but goes up and down; parallels media trends)iii. Demographics1. 9-10% college age women2. Onset: late adolescence-early adulthood3. Obesity in parentsiv. Course1. Chronic but intermittent over years2. Planned Binges3. Rapid Eating4. Loss of Control5. Depressionv. Complications (Effects)1. Enlarged parotid glands2. Ulcers3. Pitted teeth4. Reflexive vomiting5. Rebound constipation from laxative6. Electrolyte Imbalancesa. Purgingb. Cardiac arrhythmiai. Cardiac Arrestvi. Treatment1. Outpatienta. Psychotherapy2. Nutrition Education3. Drug Treatmenta. Antidepressantsb. Picai. Eating non-food substancesii. Early onset (1-2 yrs)iii. Pica of pregnancyiv. Complications1. Poisoninga. Lead – Paint!2. Intestinal Obstructionv. Etiology1. Unknowna. Neglect (poor supervision)b. PovertyIII. Exercisea. Energy Metabolismi. How we use food to produce energyb. Daily Activity vs. Exercisei. Both good, just fit into life in different waysii. Daily Exercise1. Majorly decreased; used to be a lot required in every day living!iii. Exercise1. Seen as discretionary; not mandatory2. Continuous exercise not necessary for weight loss (although fitness effects may vary)c. Exercise for Nutritioni. Weight controlii. Increases lean mass >> Increases BMRiii. Aids in achieving nutritional adequacyiv. Chronic Disease Prevention1. Heart Disease2. Cancer3. Osteoporosisv. Elderly need exercise!!1.


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