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|“DASH eating plan lowers long-term heart attack risk, especially among African-Americans.”, Chen, Steven T., and Appel, Lawrence J.|
|August 31, 2010 - Source: American Heart Association
Reduced risk of heart attack was accomplished by changes in diet with no mention of weight loss.
The DASH eating plan, known to reduce blood pressure and bad cholesterol, also reduces the 10-year risk of hea . . .|
|“Does dieting make you fat? A twin study”, Pietilainen, KH, Saarni, SE, Kaprio, J and Rissanen, A|
|August 9, 2011 - Source: International Journal of Obesity: doi:10.1038/ijo.2011.160
investigate whether the paradoxical weight gain associated with dieting
is better related to genetic propensity to weight gain than to the
weight loss episodes themselves.
S . . .|
|“Intuitive eating is associated with interoceptive sensitivity. Effects on body mass index ”, Herbert, B.M., Blechert, J., Hautzinger, M., Matthias, E., Herbert, C.|
- Appetite, 70: 22-30 doi: 10.1016/j.appet.2013.06.082
Intuitive eating is relevant for adaptive eating, body weight
and well-being and impairments are associated with dieting and eating disorders.
It is assumed to depend on the ability to recognize one's signs of hunger . . .|
|“Self-reported dieting experiences of women with body mass indexes of 30 or more.”, Ikeda, J, Lyons, P, Schwartzman, F, Mitchell, R |
Self-reported information on dieting experiences of 149 women with a
body mass index (BMI) of 30 to 70 was gathered to refute the notion
that obese women have made few serious attempts to lose weight and to
see whether women with higher BMIs report more frequent dieting than
women with . . .|
|“Tales of mice and leptin: False promises and new hope in weight control.”, Bacon, Linda|
(2003) Source: Healthy Weight Journal - Volume 17 No.2 - March/April 2003. pgs. 24-27.
Challenges the ability of diet programs to either achieve lasting weight loss or to improve health, and question the ethics and value of encouraging dieting as an obesity intervention. Click for link to PD . . .|
|“Teaching the Health At Every Size® Paradigm Benefits Future Fitness and Health Professionals”, Brown, Lora Beth EdD, RD|
|(2009) - Source: Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior Volume 41, Number 2, 2009
Members of the Weight Realities Division of the Society for Nutrition Education developed a PowerPoint presentation with accompanying pre- and posttests to clear up misconceptions and explain HAESSM to he . . .|
|“Validity of claims made in weight management research: a narrative review of dietetic articles”, Aphramor, L.|
(2010) Source: Nutrition Journal 2010, 9:30 doi:10.1186/1475-2891-9-30
Background: The best available evidence demonstrates that conventional weight management has a high long-term failure rate. The ethical implications of continued reliance on an energy deficit approach to weight ma . . .|
|“Weight Science: Evaluating the Evidence for a Paradigm Shift”, Bacon, L. and Aphramor, L.|
January 24, 2011 - Source: Nutrition Journal
Current guidelines recommend that "overweight" and "obese"
individuals lose weight through engaging in lifestyle modification
involving diet, exercise and other behavior change. This approach
reliably induces short t . . .|