NUTRITION KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES, AND PRACTICES AMONG NUTRITION EDUCATORS IN THE SOUTH
- Denying dementia. Elsden, Lauran // Nursing & Residential Care;Sep2014, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p485
No abstract available.
- Pilot Testing of a Media Literacy-Based Curriculum to Enhance Youth and Parent Media Skills and Food Behaviors: Year 3 of 5. Weintraub, Erica; Shultz, J. Armstrong; Deen, M.K.; Cohen, M.; Calodich, S.; Johnson, B.; Kistler, M.; Parker, L.; Power, T. // Journal of Nutrition Education & Behavior;Jul2015 Supplement, Vol. 47 Issue 4, pS98
An abstract of the article "Pilot Testing of a Media Literacy-Based Curriculum to Enhance Youth and Parent Media Skills and Food Behaviors: Year 3 of 5" by Erica Weintraub et al. is presented.
- A longitudinal study of changes in noticing and treating patientsâ€™ overweight by Dutch GPs between 1997 and 2007. van Dijk, Elske; Kampen, Jarl K; Hiddink, Gerrit J; Renes, Reint Jan; van Binsbergen, Jaap J; van Woerkum, Cees M J // Family Practice;Jan2012 Supplement 1, Vol. 29 Issue suppl_1, pi61
Background. One of the stakeholders in tackling the rise and health consequences of overweight and obesity is the general practice physician (GP). GPs are in a good position to inform and give nutrition guidance to overweight patients.Objective. Assessment of working mechanism of determinants of...
- Age and Body Make a Difference in Optimistic Health Beliefs and Nutrition Behaviors. Renner, Britta; Knoll, Nina; Schwarzer, Ralf // International Journal of Behavioral Medicine;2000, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p143
Nutrition behaviors are governed by health beliefs such as risk perceptions, outcome expectancies, and optimistic self-beliefs. This study deals with the role that objective criteria such as age and body weight might play in forming subjective beliefs. The question is whether they can deter...
- Associations Between Repression, General Maladjustment, Body Weight, and Body Shape in Older Males: The Normative Aging Study. Niaura, Raymond S.; Stroud, Laura R.; Todaro, John; Ward, Kenneth D.; Spiro, Avron; Aldwin, Carolyn; Landsberg, Lewis; Weiss, Scott T. // International Journal of Behavioral Medicine;Sep2003, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p221
We examined relationships between repression, general maladjustment, body mass index (BMI), and waist-to-hip ratio (WHR). The participants were 1,081 healthy older men from the Normative Aging Study. Repression and General Maladjustment Scales of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory...
- Health behaviors and weight status among urban and rural children. Davis, A. M.; Boles, R. E.; James, R. L.; Sullivan, D. K.; Donnelly, J. E.; Swirczynski, D. L.; Goetz, J. // Rural & Remote Health;Apr2008, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p1
Introduction: Pediatric overweight is currently reaching epidemic proportions but little information exists on differences in weight related behaviors between urban and rural children. Objective: To assess health behaviors and weight status among urban and rural school-age children. Methods:...
- Say no to yo-yo dieting. // Good Health (Australia Edition);May2010, p30
The article presents suggestions on how to lose weight without dieting. It is suggested to adopt one new healthy eating behavior every week. It is advised to eat well most of the time. It is stated that appetite for freshly baked biscuits could be curbed by focusing on their aroma while eating...
- Metabolism Myths--BUSTED. Upton, Julie // Prevention;Oct2008, Vol. 60 Issue 10, p83
The article debunks the metabolism myth, including that ingesting cold beverages and foods helps to burn more calories, eating a grapefruit before meals speeds metabolism, and that digesting celery uses up more calories than it provides. Tips are included for each fact, including checking your...
- say it! Georgia; Far; Deb; Ellen; Jim; Kim // Good Health (Australia Edition);Sep2014, p8
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "Swap & Save" in the August 2014 issue, "Weight Loss: What Really Works" in the August 2014 issue, and a health book on stress and anxiety in the May 2014 issue.