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FSHN 125 Lecture Notes - Acid Erosion, Immunosuppression, Bulimia Nervosa

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Fall 2012

Department
Food Sci+Human Nutrition
Course Code
FSHN 125
Professor
John Avens

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27 November
Learning Exercise #92
Tooth decay, anemia, decreased immune function, and constipation are typical
symptoms of:
A. Anorexia nervosa
B. Bulimia nervosa
C. Binge-eating disorder
*D. A and B only
E. B and C only
Learning Objective
“Eating Disorders”:
Define
Distinguish among…
Recognize signs of…
Why develop…
What to do: self, others
Eating disorders
Are not about food
Are not dieting
Are psychological in cause
Are physical in effect
Affect millions of Americans
Have high fatality rate
Can not be self-controlled; intervention required

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27 November Learning Exercise #92 Tooth decay, anemia, decreased immune function, and constipation are typical symptoms of: A. Anorexia nervosa B. Bulimia nervosa C. Binge-eating disorder *D. A and B only E. B and C only Learning Objective “Eating Disorders”: Define Distinguish among… Recognize signs of… Why develop… What to do: self, others Eating disorders Are not about food Are not dieting Are psychological in cause Are physical in effect Affect millions of Americans Have high fatality rate Can not be self-controlled; intervention required Learning Objective What are disordered eating behaviors: Starving Purging (vomiting) Use of laxatives and diuretics Binge eating What are physical effects of these behaviors? Starving
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