ADA Pocket Guide to Eating Disorders

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9780880914369: ADA Pocket Guide to Eating Disorders

The ADA Pocket Guide to Eating Disorders by Jessica Setnick includes:

  • DSM-IV Criteria for Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder, & EDNOS
  • Role of the Registered Dietitian in the Treatment of Eating Disorders
  • Establishing Trust with Patients
  • What to do When Patient Responces Vary in Presence of Family
  • Food and Eating-Related Nutrition Assesment Questions
  • Physical Activity-Related Nutrition Assessment Questions
  • Food Diaries and Nutrition Assessment
  • Food Faddism and Pica
  • Intake on "Good" and "Bad" Days
  • Symptoms of Caffeine Intoxication
  • Selected Medications Relevant to Nutrition Assessment of Eating Disorders
  • Weighing Protocol Guildlines
  • Possible Reasons for Unreliable "Normal" Laboratory Test Results
  • Laboratory Tests: Albumin through Zinc
  • Physical Signs and Symptoms of Eating Disorders by Organ System
  • Feelings of Hunger and Eating Disorders
  • Nutrition Diagnoses
  • Excessive Physical Activity
  • Treatement Goals for Patients with Eating Disorders
  • Guildlines for Food and Nutrient Interventions for Anorexia Nervosa and EDNOS Similar to Anorexia Nervosa
  • Guildlines for Food and Nutrient Interventions for Bulimia Nervosa and EDNOS Similar to Bulimia Nervosa
  • Guildlines for Food and Nutrient Interventions for Binge Eating Disorder and EDNOS Similar to Binge Eating Disorder
  • Selected Meal Plan Options
  • Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition Interventions for Eating Disorders
  • Enteral Feeding Guildlines to Decrease Risk of Refeeding Syndrome
  • Micronutrient Deficiencies Associated with Food Group Restriction
  • Micronutrient Deficientcies and Supplementation Guildelines for Eating Disorders
  • Psychoactive Drugs with Nutritional Effects
  • Guildelines for Rate of Weight Gain or Loss in Eating Disorder Treatment
  • General Guildelines for Physical Activity During Eating Disorder Treatment
  • Nutrition Education Topics Related to Eating Out
  • Caregiver Strategies to Reduce the Risk of Eating Disorder Development
  • Examples of Transitional Statements
  • Further Reading About Personality Disorders
  • Defense Mechanisma Related to Eating Disorders
  • Selected Therapies Used in Eating Disorder Treatment
  • Further Reading on Counseling Theories
  • Reasons to Refer Patients to a Mental Health Professional
  • Overcoming Patient Objections to Mental Health Care
  • Supplementary Treatment Team Members
  • Signs of Medical Instability
  • Questions to Evaluate Eating Disorder Treatment Facilities
  • Guide to Restrictive Eating Styles
  • Caffeine Content in Common Foods, Beverages, and Drugs
  • Additional Resources for RDs Treating Eating Disorders

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About the Author:

From a guest appearance on tv's Peppermint Place at age five to a semester as the college mascot, Jessica's favorite activities have always involved educating and entertaining a crowd. Unsure how to pay the rent with these talents, Jessica opted for credentials in anthropology and nutrition and took a job in a hospital psych unit.

It wasn't long before she was back on stage, teaching other professionals how to relate to their patients and better treat eating disorders. Telling stories that click with anyone who eats, Jessica reframes the experience of eating disorders into something we all understand. The most embarrassing things we do with food become data points and practical tools instead of more failed attempts to change. Combining humor, science, and professional experience, Jessica helps us improve one of the key relationships in life - the one we have with food.

Because of her accessibility and easy manner, Jessica's fans may forget that she has an extensive education. It is her background in human behavior (she holds a Bachelor's degree in Anthropology from The University of Pennsylvania) combined with her expertise in dysfunctional and disordered eating (she is a Registered Dietitian with a Master's Degree and writes books and articles about eating disorders) that have led to her unique ability to see what others miss.

After treating thousands of patients in the hospital and out, Jessica has adapted and fine-tuned her nutrition counseling into a teachable method that works for patients labeled "difficult," "unwilling," and "non-compliant." She trains dietitians to use her "Universal Precautions" to identify the underlying issues influencing patients' eating. She bases her presentations on the latest research into human brain function, decision-making, motivation and personality, but she slips it into her stories so that listeners can relate.

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Setnick, Jessica
Editore: Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
ISBN 10: 088091436X ISBN 13: 9780880914369
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Descrizione libro Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. SPIRAL-BOUND. Condizione libro: Fine. 088091436X Ships promptly. Codice libro della libreria GHP5085SRGG050617H0165A

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