Make a commitment
Take stock of where you are
Set realistic goals
Identify resources for information and support
Continually "check in" with yourself to monitor your progress
breathing and heart rate is noticeably faster but you can still carry on a conversation
heart rate is increased substantially, and you are breathing too hard and fast to have a conversation
amounts of calories in one sitting
A disorder where someone constricts caloric intake leading to extreme leanness
Typically associated with large amounts of food, paired with a purge. This is what makes up the Binge-Purge cycle.
the relationship between your energy input and
your energy output
the energy from consumed food & drink
the calories burned by the body
• How many calories are being consumed daily?
• How many calories are being expended?
• How much fluids are being consumed?
• How well are electrolytes being managed?
a mental disorder in which the individual
cannot stop thinking about one or more perceived flaws
evidence-based eating plan that can help reduce high
blood pressure. lots of whole grains and high-fiber fruits and
prescribed for patients with gluten intolerance and celiac
disease, an autoimmune disorder. odies cannot
tolerate gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye
limiting carbohydrates, such as grains, fruit, and starchy vegetables to promote weight loss
foods that are low in saturated fats and high in
small portions of nutritionally-sound food
from plant sources, including vegetables, fruits, whole grains,
beans, nuts, seeds, breads and potatoes, and olive oil
uncooked and non-processed foods, emphasizing whole fruits and vegetables, as well as whole grains, beans, dried fruits, seeds and nuts, seaweed, sprouts, and unprocessed produce.
restrict the consumption of animal
products to varying degrees