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2. What did Redden find?

  • When obese patients were put on an anti-dieting programmes promoting healthy eating and healthy attitudes to health their weight stability and attitudes to food improved
  • Asian children and young adults had a higher central body mass than children of other ethic groups
  • When information was given about the flavour of a jelly bean they were enjoyed more than when they were given general information about the jelly beans
  • Those with the lipoprotein lipase gene produced this lipoprotein which causes the body to store calories putting weight onto the individual and its activated by weight loss

3. Who developed the restraint theory?

  • Garcia et al.
  • Herman and Mack
  • Reddens

4. What did Kern et al find?

  • When information was given about the flavour of a jelly bean they were enjoyed more than when they were given general information about the jelly beans
  • Those with the lipoprotein lipase gene produced this lipoprotein which causes the body to store calories putting weight onto the individual and its activated by weight loss
  • When restrained eaters were given a preload(high calorie snack) that made them surpass their cognitive boundary they continued to overeat unlike the non-restrained eater who were also given a preload
  • Asian children and young adults had a higher central body mass than children of other ethic groups

5. What did Ogden suggest?

  • Those with the lipoprotein lipase gene produced this lipoprotein which causes the body to store calories putting weight onto the individual and its activated by weight loss
  • When restrained eaters were given a preload(high calorie snack) that made them surpass their cognitive boundary they continued to overeat unlike the non-restrained eater who were also given a preload
  • Anorexic's restrained eating often doesn't lead to overeating
  • Obese women who restrained their eating ate more than the control group

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