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Synonyms for feeding

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Ashrafi s team measured the worms eating behavior with several methods, including experiments in which they added fluorescent dyes to the E.
Many find themselves engaging in disordered eating behaviors in efforts to try to lose unwanted weight and achieve a culturally-defined "ideal" body image (Gamer & Kearney-Cooke, 1996).
Conversely, models shown to be less impulsive demonstrated the ability to appropriately control impulsive behavior and did not show abnormal eating behavior when exposed to the sugary diet.
The three responses most indicative of problematic eating behavior receive a score of 3, 2, and 1, while the other three responses are scored 0.
Chapters address how to modify your grocery list and eating behavior for healthier living, balancing cardiovascular, resistance, and flexibility training, the basics of stress management and keeping a healthy attitude, and much more.
One problem is that a number of studies examining eating behavior have combined so-called 'semi-vegetarians' (eating chicken and/or fish) and vegetarians (not eating any meat, chicken, or fish) into one group identified as 'vegetarian.
Most respondents (88%) agreed that health teachers should provide disordered eating behavior education, yet 25% currently do not.
When they were permitted to return to their normal eating behavior, they did not spontaneously cut back on their normal food intake, even after the two weeks of "feeling stuffed.
Further, the behavior analytic view helps us to understand problems with actual eating behavior and problems with the initiation of eating, as well as how physiological states of the body may be included in the behavioral analysis.
Disturbed eating behavior (EAT-26 score of 20 or above) was found in 11.
It's imperative first of all that the athlete perceives a need to change eating behavior.
Eating disorders: The most common symptom is abnormal eating behavior, often accompanied by a distorted body image.
Their eating behavior was assessed at conception, during each trimester, and at 1 year after childbirth.
The initial step in treatment is to disengage the power struggle between the patient and family over control of the eating behavior.
4, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- New research reinforces the idea that the brain can control eating behavior, and considering the long-term consequences of your food choices may help control food cravings.