EATING DISORDERS. Body Image = How you see your body and the way you feel about it. PEOPLE WITH EATING DISORDERS HAVE A DISTORTED BODY IMAGE. The average American woman is 5'4" tall and weighs 140 pounds The average American model is 5'11" tall and weighs 117 pounds .
Body Image= How you see your body and the way you feel about it.
HAVE A DISTORTED
ANOREXIA usually don't result in death
20 years old
20 years old
36 years old
#1 Media/Social pressures
Hair loss & Lanugo (fine downy hair) usually don't result in death
Edema (water retention)
Decreased metabolic rate
Delayed development in puberty
BULIMIA usually don't result in death
Frequent episodes of binge eating followed by one of the following:
#1 To fill a void inside
#3 To cope with daily stresses and problems
Because of guilt and
depression of having binged.
Why would a person slightly overweight.
with ANOREXIA be
at risk of developing
Overeating Disorder slightly overweight.
If you drank one 12oz.can of soda daily and did not increase your physical activity, what would happen?
Average 12oz soda= 160 calories
160 calories X 365 days= 58,400 calories per year
3,500 calories = 1 pound
58,400 calories divide by 3,500 calories=
16.69 pounds of weight gain
What would happen if you drank one 44oz Big Gulp daily?
One 44 oz Big Gulp = 513 calories
Answer: 53.5 pounds
Most women Active women Active men
Children (2-6) Most men Teen Boys
Total Calories 1,600 2,200 2,800___
Milk/dairy 2 2 2
Protein 2 2 3
Vegetables 3 4 5
Fruit 2 3 4
Grains 6 9 11
Fats 2 2 3
Physical Activity Pyramid slightly overweight.
3-4 times per week
3-4 times a week
for weight loss
everyday for health
Children up to 18 years should have a minimum of 60 minutes daily of physical activity
4,000 slightly overweight.
Approximate number of annual pedestrian deaths
40,000 slightly overweight.
Approximate total annual deaths in motor vehicle crashes.
400,000 slightly overweight.
Approximate annual deaths due to sedentary living and poor nutrition.
40,000,000,000 slightly overweight.
$40,000,000,000 slightly overweight.
Approximate direct annual medical expenditures due to obesity, borne by taxpayers.
(Obesity Research, Finkelstein et.al., Jan, ’04)
It’s not just an obesity epidemic. slightly overweight.
It’s an epidemic of physical inactivity and