Nutrition and Metabolism

Nutrition and Metabolism

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NDR-UK Ref No: 9070
Publication Format: A5 leaflet
Classification: DT  
Pack size: 10
Publication date: 08/07
Last Review: 04/15
Next Review: 04/18

Information for people with disordered eating patterns on the role of nutrition and metabolism for health. Inside Eating range.

Classification: DT (Dietitian)

Advice is complex, condition specific and requires a Dietitian with knowledge, skills and experience in the condition.

The pack aims to improve understanding of the effects of nutrient intake on both physical and mental health by:

  • normalising eating habits
  • improving nutritional knowledge
  • restore/achieve healthy weight and growth
  • developing helpful coping behaviours

The Target Group will understand:

  • the nutritional risk of their eating disorder
  • the risks of weight loss/gain including stunted growth, amenorrhoea, delayed puberty etc.
  • the link/correlation between disordered eating patterns and physical and psychological conditions such as osteoporosis, infertility, stunted growth, anaemia, social isolation, depression etc.
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  • Beumont, P., Hay, P., Beumont, D., Birmingham, L. et al (2004) Australian and New Zealand clinical practice guidelines for the treatment of anorexia nervosa. Psychiatry 38(9), 659-670.
  • Treasure, J. & Schmidt, U. (2004) Anorexia nervosa. Clinical Evidence 11, 1192-1203.
  • Kagan S, Melrose C. Comment on: (2003) J Gen International Medicine Jan;18(1):53-6.
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  • Bell, L. (2003) What can we learn from consumer studies and qualitative research in the treatment of eating disorders. Eat Weight Disorders 8(3),181-187.
  • Breiner, S. (2003). An evidence-based eating disorder program. Journal of Pediatric Nursing 18(1), 75-80.
  • Park, R.J., Senorir, R. & Stein, A. (2003) The offspring of mothers with eating disorders. The European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 12 Suppl.1, 110-119.
  • American Academy of Pediatrics. Committee on Adolescence. (2003). Identifying and treating eating disorders. Pediatrics 111(1), 204-211.
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  • AU Fisher, M Schneider, M Burns, J Symons, H Mandel, FS (2001) Differences between adolescents and young adults at presentation to an eating disorders program. Society for Adolescent Medicine 28(3) 222-227.
  • McIntosh, V.V.W., Jordan, J., et al (2005). Three psychotherapies for anorexia nervosa: a randomised controlled trial. American Journal of Psychiatry 162 (4): 741 – 7.
  • Mitchell, J., Halmi, K., et al (2002). A randomised secondary treatment study of women with bulimia nervosa who fail to respond to CBT. International Journal of Eating Disorders 32 (3): 271-81.
  • Walsh, B.T., Fairburn, C.G., et al (2004) Treatment of bulimia nervosa in a primary care setting. American Journal of Psychiatry 161 (3):556-61.
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  • Palmer, R.L., Birchall, H. & Sullivan, V. (2002) Self-help for bulimic disorders: a randomised controlled trial comparing minimal guidance with face-0to-face or telephone guidance. The British Journal of Psychiatry 181, 230-235.
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  • Daly, M.J. and Burton, R.L. (1983) ‘Self-esteem, and Irrational Beliefs: An Exploratory Investigation with Implications for Counselling.’ Journal of Counselling Psychology, pp30, 361-366.
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A guide to support carers of individuals with disordered eating habits to manage their condition. Inside Eating range.

  • Pack size: 10
  • Classification: HP
  • NDR-UK ref: 9071

Price per pack

£8.00
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Information on causes and how to combat constipation for people with disordered eating habits. Inside Eating range.

  • Pack size: 10
  • Classification: HP
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Price per pack

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Information to help people with disordered eating habit to identify and manage their dietary rules. Inside Eating range.

  • Pack size: 10
  • Classification: HP
  • NDR-UK ref: 9067

Price per pack

£5.00