You don’t think it is a good idea. Which of the following statements BEST explains why she should not fast and provides her with a better alternative? Fasting can cause the metabolism to slow down, so it would be better to follow a well-balanced diet that has reduced calories. Lent is a fad diet that can be harmful to vital organs. F Diets not only correct health problems, they can also cause health problems. T The water weight lost while taking a diuretic is only temporary. T Which statement BEST describes a lifestyle with healthy eating habits?
Andrew is a wrestler and needs to stay at a consistent weight. In order to do so, he follows the dietary recommendations of a dietician carefully and always maintains a balanced diet. After a surgical weight loss procedure, which behavior would the doctor be most likely to recommend to the patient? to take vitamin and mineral supplements Regular exercise is critical to all age groups in maintaining body composition. T Eating disorders are caused by all of the following factors EXCEPT: economic class Family members cannot typically treat a loved one’s eating disorder because __________.
They don’t have enough knowledge or resources Which eating disorder causes people to see themselves as fat, regardless of what they actually weigh? anorexia nervosa Parents are a large factor in how their children perceive their bodies. T A complete definition of body image includes how intelligent one believes him or herself to be. F Body image can affect a person’s health. T Which of the following is NOT something an athlete needs in a healthy diet? Supplements An eating disorder may start out as a slightly irregular pattern of eating. T Which of the following is NOT a component of an unhealthy body image? planning a diet
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