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Nutritional counseling for lifestyle change / Linda Snetselaar.

Linda G Snetselaar

Boca Raton, FL : CRC/Taylor & Francis, ©2007.

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  • Title:
    Nutritional counseling for lifestyle change / Linda Snetselaar.
  • Author: Linda G Snetselaar
  • Subjects: Nutrition counseling; Health counseling; Obesity -- Psychological aspects; Counseling -- methods; Nutritional Sciences -- education; Life Style; Nutrition Disorders -- prevention & control; Obesity -- psychology; Patient Education; Counseling -- Methods; Nutrition disorders -- Prevention & control; Counseling -- Nutrition; Counseling -- Santé; Obésité -- Aspect psychologique; MEDICAL -- Bariatrics; Health counseling; Nutrition counseling; Obesity -- Psychological aspects; Gezondheidsvoorlichting en -opvoeding; Voeding; Voedingsgewoonten; Electronic books;
    Dewey: 616.3/9806
  • Publication Details: Boca Raton, FL : CRC/Taylor & Francis, ©2007.
  • Language: English
  • Description: Contents: Introduction
    The Mediterranean Diet and Its Past Influences
    Mediterranean Populations and Their Changing Dietary Patterns
    American Changes in Dietary Patterns and Origins
    Conclusion
    References

    Assessment of Life Cycle Factors Related to Diet and
    Obesity-Associated Disease
    Prevention in Childhood: Stage 1
    Remediation in Children and Adolescence: Stage 2
    Remediation in Adults: Stage 3
    References

    Predictors of Maintained Behavior Change with
    Emphasis on Weight Loss
    Extended Treatment
    Skills Training
    Food Provision
    Nutrition Counseling for Lifestyle Change
    Monetary Incentives
    Telephone Prompts and Counseling
    Peer Support
    Exercise
    Multicomponent Maintenance Programs
    References

    Lifestyle Change Factors Related to Lifecycle Stages 1, 2,

    Contents: and 3
    Stage 1: Childhood and Parental Feeding Habits
    Stage 2: Remediation in Childhood and Adolescence
    Stage 3: Remediation in Adults and the Elderly
    References

    Motivational Interviewing for Childhood and Parental Feeding Habits: Stage 1
    Parental Infant Feeding Practices Associated with Food Preferences
    Evaluating a Child's Eating Habits
    Not-Ready-to-Change Counseling Session
    Unsure-about-Change Counseling Sessions
    Ready-to-Change Counseling Sessions
    Summary
    References

    Motivational Interviewing for Children and Adolescents: Stage 2
    Changing Dietary Habits in Adolescents
    Not-Ready-to-Change Counseling Session
    Unsure-about-Change Counseling Sessions
    Ready-to-Change Counseling Sessions
    References

    Motivational Interviewing for Adults and the Elderly:
    Stage 3
    Intervention Phase 1 (Not Ready to Change)
    Intervention Phase 2 (Unsure about Change)
    Intervention Phase 3 (Ready to

    Contents: Change)
    Summary
    References

    Innovative Approaches to Maintaining Healthy
    Behaviors
    References

    Tailoring to Patient Needs
    Identifying Your Patient
    Identifying Your Patient's Desires
    Identifying Your Patient's Needs
    Tailoring Strategies
    Tailoring Messages
    Using Tailoring in Group Settings
    References

    Examples of Dietary Strategies Based on Long-Term Randomized Clinical Trials Focused on Lifestyle Change
    Knowledge and Skills Strategies
    Feedback
    Modeling
    Support and Patient-Centered Counseling
    References

    Reducing Stress to Maintain Dietary Change
    Definition of Stress
    Identifying Stress
    Strategies to Reduce Stress
    Two Approaches and Orientations
    References

    Organizing Data on Dietary Change
    Setting the Stage for Organization
    Presenting Dietary Adherence Data to Patients
    Involving the Patient in Lifestyle Change Data Review

    Potential New Theories Playing a Role in

    Contents: Nutrition Lifestyle Change
    Affective and Cognitive Factors Influence Weight Control Behaviors
    Negative Affective States and Dysfunctional Cognitions Related to Relapse
    The Counselor-Patient Interaction
    References

    Summary
    Appendix A: What Your Baby Can Do and How and What to Feed Him
    Appendix B: Parental Feeding Practices Intervention Session #1 -
    Overheads
    Session #1: Intervention Group Overheads
    Feeding with a Division of Responsibility
    Appendix C: Parental Feeding Practices Intervention Session #2 -
    Handouts
    Session #2: Intervention Group Handouts
    Feeding Your Baby Fruits and Vegetables
    Divisions of Responsibility
    Feeding Behavior Worksheet
    Parental Modeling
    Food Environment
    Feeding Practices
    Index

  • Identifier: ISBN 9780203507612 (electronic bk.); ISBN 0203507614 (electronic bk.); ISBN 0849316049 (alk. paper); ISBN 9780849316043; BNB GBB7C4849; System number: 018421819
  • Notes: Bibliography note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (xii, 155 pages) : illustrations.

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