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Nutrition, exercise, and behavior : an integrated approach to weight management

Author: Liane Summerfield
Publisher: Boston, MA : Wadsworth Cengage Learning, [2016]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Third editionView all editions and formats
This text presents the basic principles of weight management and examines the role that nutrition and physical fitness play in weight control. The text includes detailed coverage of assessment techniques, behavioural and non-behavioural treatment approaches, and prevention strategies.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Liane Summerfield
ISBN: 9781305258778 1305258770
OCLC Number: 903193890
Description: xix, 426 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Note continued: Diet Planning Guides --
How Are the Dietary Guidelines for Americans Used for Diet Planning? --
Application 9.1 Diet Analysis --
How Is the U.S. Food Exchange System Used for Diet Planning? --
Summary --
Dietary Approaches That Address Health Concerns in Overweight/Obesity --
Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension --
Mediterranean Diet --
Vegetarian Diets --
High-Carbohydrate Diets --
"Diabetic Diet" --
Low-Fat Diets --
Summary --
Dietary Considerations for Children --
Healthy Diets in Infancy --
Dietary Considerations for Toddlers and Young Children --
Promoting Healthy Eating for Older Children --
Summary --
Micronutrient Supplements for Health and Weight Management --
When Are Micronutrient Supplements Beneficial? --
What Precautions Are Advisable When Taking Supplements? --
Summary --
Application 9.2 Micronutrient Supplements --
References --
ch. 10 Weight Loss Drugs, Commercial and Fad Diets, Supplements, and Surgery --
Weight-Loss Drugs --
What Characterizes a Good Weight-Loss Drug? --
Which Drugs Reduce Energy Intake? --
Which Drugs Reduce Fat Absorption? --
Are Diabetes Medications Effective for Weight Management? --
How Effective Is Drug Therapy? --
Summary --
Application 10.1 Weight-Loss Drugs --
Low-Calorie Diets --
What Are the Physiological Effects of Caloric Reduction? --
What Are Very-Low-Calorie Diets? --
How Effective Are Popular Low-Calorie Diets? --
How Can Consumers Protect Themselves from Fraudulent Low-Calorie Diet Programs? --
Summary --
Application 10.2 Low-Calorie Diets --
Weight-Loss Dietary Supplements --
How Are Dietary Supplements Regulated? --
Which Supplements Claim to Promote Weight Loss? --
How Can Fraudulent Products and Practices Be Avoided? --
Summary --
Weight-Loss Surgery --
Who Should (and Who Should Not) Have Bariatric Surgery? --
What Are the Most Common Bariatric Procedures? --
How Safe and Effective Is Bariatric Surgery? --
Summary --
Localized Fat Reduction --
What Is Cellulite? --
Is Liposuction an Effective Treatment for Obesity? --
Summary --
Conclusion --
Application 10.3 Bariatric Surgery --
References --
ch. 11 Lifestyle Modification to Promote Health and Weight Management --
How People Change --
Stages of Change Theory --
Summary --
Behavioral Strategies for People Thinking about Change --
What Characterizes the Precontemplation Stage? --
How Does the Health Belief Model Explain Early Stages of Change? --
What Are Some Strategies for Precontemplators? --
Summary --
Behavioral Strategies for People Ready to Act --
What Characterizes the Contemplation and Preparation Stages? --
How Does the Theory of Planned Behavior Help Explain Readiness for Change? --
What Are Some Strategies for People Ready to Act? --
Summary --
Application 11.1 What Stage of Change Are You In? --
Behavioral Strategies for People Taking Action --
What Characterizes the Action Stage? --
How Does Social-Cognitive Theory Explain Behavior Change? --
What Are Some Strategies for Action? --
Summary --
Application 11.2 Skills for Action --
Behavioral Strategies for Maintenance and Termination --
What Characterizes the Maintenance and Termination Stages? --
What Are Some Strategies for Maintenance? --
Do People Who Keep Off Lost Weight Have Secrets of Success? --
Summary --
Culture and Behavior Change --
What Is Culture? --
How Does Culture Influence Weight Management Behaviors and Beliefs? --
How Can Behaviorally Based Interventions Become Culturally Relevant? --
Summary --
Expected Outcomes from a Lifestyle Modification Approach to Weight Management --
Application 11.3 Social Norms for Body Size --
References --
Table A-1 Body Mass Index Calculator --
Table A-2 Metropolitan Desirable Weights for Men and Women, 1959 (according to height and frame, ages 25 and over) --
Table A-3 Metropolitan Height and Weight Tables for Men and Women, 1983 --
Table A-4 Determination of Frame Size from Elbow Breadth --
Table A-5 Prediction Equations from Skinfold Measures --
Table A-6 Prediction Equations from Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis --
Table A-7 Prediction Equations from Circumference Measures --
Table A-8 Body Mass Index-for-Age Percentiles, Ages 2-20 Years: Boys --
Table A-9 Body Mass Index-for-Age Percentiles, Ages 2-20 Years: Girls --
Table B-1 Food Record Form --
Table B-2 Physical Activity Record Form --
Table B-3 MET Values of Common Activities --
Exchange Lists --
Table C-1 Exchange Lists --
Foods on Each List --
Word about Portion Sizes --
Meal Planning with Exchange Lists --
Choose Your Foods: Exchange Lists for Weight Management --
Table C-2A Starch: Bread --
Table C-2B Starch: Cereals and Grains --
Table C-2C Starch: Starchy Vegetables --
Table C-2D Starch: Crackers and Snacks --
Table C-2E Starch: Beans, Peas, and Lentils --
Table C-3 Fruits --
Table C-4 Milk. Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Overweight, Underweight, and Obesity --
Overview of Weight Management Definitions and Prevalence --
What Do the Terms Overweight, Underweight, and Obese Mean? --
BMI as an Indicator of Overweight, Underweight, and Obesity --
How Many People Are Overweight, Obese, or Underweight? --
Summary --
Explanations for the Rise in Weight Gain in the United States and Elsewhere --
How Does a Social-Ecological Framework Help Explain the Rise in Overweight and Obesity? --
What Is the Role of Diet? --
Application 1.1 Understanding the Impact of a Social-Ecological Framework on Diet --
What Is the Role of Inactivity? --
How Does the Public Health Model of Prevention Apply to Obesity? --
Summary --
Body Weight and Quality of Life --
How Do Weight Stigmatism and Bias Affect Quality of Life? --
Health at Every Size® Approach --
Summary --
Application 1.2 Factors Influencing BMI --
References --
ch. 2 Assessment of Body Weight, Body Composition, and Associated Comorbidities --
Why Assess? --
Anthropometric Assessment: Body Size, Shape, and Composition --
What Are We Made Of? --
What Are Common Measures of Body Size? --
How Should the BMI Be Used in Assessment? --
Should We Use Height-Weight Tables? --
What Do Circumference Measures Tell Us about Body Composition? --
How Are Skinfold Measures Used in Assessment? --
What Is Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis? --
Application 2.1 Personal Assessment --
Summary --
Assessment of Comorbidities to Predict Health Risk --
What Comorbidities Should Be Assessed in Overweight/Obesity? --
Which Risk Factors Should Be Assessed in Underweight? --
Application 2.2 BMI and Health Risk --
Summary --
Relationship Between Body Weight and Mortality --
What Is the Best Weight for Long Life? --
Who Are the Metabolically Healthy and Metabolically Unhealthy? --
Summary --
Who Should Lose-or Gain-Weight? --
References --
ch. 3 Eating Disorders --
Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Binge-Eating Disorder --
What Is "Normal" Eating? --
Anorexia Nervosa --
Bulimia Nervosa --
Binge-Eating Disorder --
What Other Types of Disordered Eating Are There? --
Summary --
Application 3.1 The Freshman 15 --
Comorbidities of Eating Disorders --
Effects on the Cardiovascular System --
Effects on the Digestive Tract and Kidneys --
Effects on the Endocrine System --
Effects on the Skeletal System --
Summary --
Predisposing Factors for Eating Disorders --
Do People with Eating Disorders Have a Common Psychological Profile? --
Is There an "Eating Disorder" Personality? --
Are There Biologic Causes of Eating Disorders? --
What Family Issues Are Risk Factors? --
Do Cultural Factors Increase Risk? --
Are Athletes More Susceptible to Eating Disorders? --
Can Dieting Cause Eating Disorders? --
What Is the Connection between Diabetes and Eating Disorders? --
Summary --
Application 3.2 Societal Influences on Eating Disorders --
Treatment and Prevention of Eating Disorders --
When Is Hospitalization Required? --
What Does Nutritional Treatment Include? --
Which Psychotherapeutic Approaches Are Effective? --
What Other Treatments Are Used? --
What Is the Prognosis for Recovery? --
Can Eating Disorders be Prevented? --
Summary --
Application 3.3 The Freshman 15 --
References --
ch. 4 Energy Metabolism --
Energy in: The Metabolic Fate of Ingested Food --
How Is Food Energy Transformed in the Body? --
What Is the Role of Carbohydrates in Energy Metabolism? --
What Is the Role of Lipids in Energy Metabolism? --
What Is the Role of Protein in Energy Metabolism? --
How Do We Know Which Nutrient Is Being Used for Fuel? --
How Do Dietary Fats Act as Key Regulators of Energy Balance? --
Summary --
Energy Expenditure: Metabolic Rate --
How Is Resting Energy Expenditure Determined? --
What Factors Affect RMR? --
Does Exercise Elevate RMR? --
What Is the Relationship between RMR and Obesity? --
Application 4.1 Resting Metabolic Rate --
Summary --
Energy Expenditure: Adaptive Thermogenesis --
What Is the Mechanism for Adaptive Thermogenesis? --
Is Thermogenesis Defective in Obesity? --
Summary --
Application 4.2 Diet-Induced Thermogenesis --
Activity Energy Expenditure: Fidgeting, Exercise, and Other Physical Activities --
How Is Activity Energy Expenditure Measured? --
What Is the Relationship between Activity Energy Expenditure and Weight? --
Application 4.3 NEAT --
Summary --
Conclusions about Energy Metabolism --
References --
ch. 5 Regulation of Eating Behavior and Body Weight --
Homeostasis and Regulation of Weight --
Brain: Central Regulator of Weight --
What Is the Role of the Brain in Regulating Weight? --
Which Neurotransmitters Are Involved in Regulating Weight? --
How Else Does the Brain Regulate Energy Balance? --
Summary --
Digestive System: Receptor and Effector in Regulation of Weight --
How Do the Taste and the Smell of Food Contribute to Weight Regulation? --
How Is the Digestive System Involved in Regulating Intake? --
What Is the Function of Insulin in Hunger and Satiety? --
Summary --
Application 5.1 The Obese Family, Part 1 --
Storage Fat: An Active Participant in Weight Regulation --
How Do the Body Fat Stores Develop? --
What Determines Fat Cell Number and Size? --
What Are the Other Functions of Adipose Tissue? --
What Determines Where Body Fat Is Deposited? --
Summary --
BAT: Effector of Energy Expenditure --
How Does Thermogenesis Occur? --
Is BAT Defective in Obesity? --
Summary --
Genetic Factors and Body Composition --
How Are Traits Inherited? --
What Genes Might Be Obesity-Promoting? --
What Other Genetic Factors Might Promote Weight Gain? --
Application 5.2 The Obese Family, Part 2 --
How Do Heredity and Environment Interact? --
Summary --
Conclusion --
Application 5.3 The Obese Family, Part 3 --
References --
ch. 6 Physical Activity and Exercise: The Basics --
Body Systems Involved in Physical Activity --
What Are the Components of the Cardiorespiratory System? --
What Are the Key Components of the Musculosheletal System? --
Summary --
Benefits of An Active Lifestyle --
What Cardiorespiratory Improvements Result from Activity? --
Application 6.1 Relationship Between SV and HR --
What Musculoskeletal Improvements Result from Activity? --
How Does Physical Activity Affect Body Fatness? --
What Are Some Other Health Benefits of Physical Activity? --
Summary --
Physical Activity Assessment --
How Is Physical Activity Assessed? --
Summary --
Application 6.2 Physical Activity Assessment --
Physical Fitness Assessment --
Why Assess Physical Fitness? --
How Is Cardiorespiratory Fitness Assessed? --
How Is Body Composition Assessed? --
How Is Muscular Fitness Assessed? --
How Is Flexibility Assessed? --
Summary --
References --
ch. 7 Physical Activity, Health, and Weight Management --
Role of Physical Activity in Weight Management --
What Are the Fat-Burning Effects of Low-to Moderate-Intensity Activity? --
What Are the Fat-Burning Effects of High-Intensity Activity? --
How Do We Preserve Lean Body Mass? --
How Does Activity Affect Appetite? --
Does Exercise Prevent Weight Regain? --
Summary --
Developing Activity Programs That Work --
Which Types of Activity Are Most Effective for Weight Management? --
How Is the Appropriate Intensity of Exercise Determined? --
Application 7.1 Exercise Intensity --
How Much Exercise Is Enough? --
Are There Special Considerations for Certain Groups? --
How Can Physical Activity Be Incorporated into Daily Life? --
Application 7.2 Improving Childhood Fitness --
Summary --
Keeping Physical Activity Safe --
What Is the Risk of Sudden Death During Exercise? --
How Should People Be Screened for Participation in Physical Activity? --
What Are Other Considerations for Safe Exercise? --
Who Can Safely Exercise? --
Summary --
Adopting An Active Lifestyle --
Summary --
Application 7.3 Barriers to Physical Activity --
References --
ch. 8 Healthy Diet:The Basics --
Components of a Healthy Diet --
What Are DRIB? --
Where Are the Problems in the American Diet? --
Summary --
Carbohydrates: Primary Constituents of the Diet --
Why Do We Need Dietary Carbohydrates? --
Do Sugars Harm Health and Cause Obesity? --
What Sugar Replacers Are in Common Use? --
Summary --
Application 8.1 The Challenge of Limiting Sugar --
Lipids: Key Players in Health and Weight Management --
What Are Fatty Acids? --
Do We Need Cholesterol? --
How Do Trans Fatty Acids Affect Health? --
Does Dietary Fat Make People Obese? --
What Fat Substitutes Are in Common Use? --
Summary --
Protein: Builder and Maintainer of Body Tissues --
What Do Proteins Do? --
How Does Protein Modification Promote Health? --
Summary --
Application 8.2 Factors That Influence What We Eat --
Vitamins: Vital Dietary Constituents --
What Are the Fat-Soluble Vitamins? --
What Are the Water-Soluble Vitamins? --
Summary --
Water and Minerals: Nutrient Teammates --
Why Is Water Essential? --
Application 8.3 Water Consumption --
What Is the Role of Minerals? --
Summary --
References --
ch. 9 Dietary Approaches to Weight Management --
Dietary Assessment --
What Is a 3-Day Diet Record? --
Summary --
Diet Planning: How Much to Eat --
What Is an Appropriate Caloric Intake for Weight Loss, Gain, or Maintenance? --
Summary --
Diet Planning: What to Eat --
What Is the Role of Fruits and Vegetables in Health and Weight Management? --
What Is the Role of Starches and Grains in Health and Weight Management? --
Do Dairy Products Help People Lose Weight? --
How Does Fat Intake Affect Weight and Health? --
Responsibility: Liane M. Summerfield, Ph. D., Marymount University, Stephanie K. Ellis, Ph. D., Marymount University.


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