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The Weight-Inclusive versus Weight-Normative Approach to Health: Evaluating the Evidence for Prioritizing Well-Being over Weight Loss
Preventing Obesity and Eating Disorders in Adolescents. Neville H. Golden, Marcie Schneider, Christine Wood, COMMITTEE ON NUTRITION, COMMITTEE ON ADOLESCENCE, SECTION ON OBESITY
Relation Between Dieting and Weight Change Among Preadolescents and Adolescents. Field
A., Austin S.B., Taylor C.B., Malspeis S., Rosner B., Rockett H.R., Gillman M.W., Colditz G.A. (2003).
Medicare’s search for effective obesity treatments: diets are not the answer. Mann T.,
Tomiyama A.J., Westling E., Lew A.M., Samuels B., Chatman J. (2007).
Weight Science: Evaluating the Evidence for a Paradigm Shift. Bacon L., Aphramor L. (2011).
Obesity, Disordered Eating, and Eating Disorders in a Longitudinal Study of Adolescents: How
Do Dieters Fare 5 Years Later?. Neumark-Sztainer D. (2006).
The Look AHEAD Study: A Description of the Lifestyle Intervention and the Evidence Supporting
It. Wadden T.A., West D.S., Delahanty L.M., Jakicic J.M., Rejeski W.J., Berkowitz R.I., Williamson D.A., Kelley D.E., Kumanyika S.K., Hill J.O., Tomchee C.M., (2006).
ON WEIGHT STIGMA
Adults with greater weight satisfaction report more positive health behaviors and have better
health status regardless of BMI. Blake C.E., Hébert J.R., Lee D.C., Adams S.A., Steck S.E., Sui X., Kuk J.L., Baruth M., Blair S.N., (2013).
Anti-Fat Prejudice Reduction: A Review of Published Studies. Danielsdottir S., O'Brien K.S.,
Ciao A. (2010).
Discrimination Often Leads To Declining Physical Health For Obese Individuals. Fowler D.
Health and health-related quality of life among treatment-seeking overweight and obese adults:
associations with internalized weight bias. Latner J.D., Durso L.E., Mond J.M. (2013).
Implicit and Explicit Anti-Fat Bias among a Large Sample of Medical Doctors by BMI,
Race/Ethnicity and Gender. Sabin J.A., Marini M., Nosek B.A. (2012).
Obesity Stigma: Important Considerations for Public Health. Puhl R.M., Heuer C.A. (2010).
Perceived Weight Discrimination and Obesity. Sutin A.R., Terracciano A. (2013).
Morality and Health: News Media Constructions of Overweight and Eating Disorders. Saguy
A.C., Kjerstin G. (2010).
Adults with Greater Weight Satisfaction Report More Positive Health Behaviors and Have Better
Health Status Regardless of BMI. Blake C.E., Hébert J.R., Lee D., Swann A.A., Steck S.E., Sui X., Kuk J.L., Baruth M., Blair S.N. (2013).
Public reactions to obesity-related public health campaigns: A randomized trial. Puhl R.M.,
Peterson J.L., Luedicke J. (2013).
Fighting obesity or obese persons? Public perceptions of obesity-related health messages.Puhl
R., Peterson J.L., Luedicke J. (2012).
Body dissatisfaction does not lead to sustained self care; quite to the contrary, it leads to hopelessness and damaged self worth.” (AED Position Paper, 2009).
Academy for Eating Disorders Position Paper: The Role of the Family in Eating Disorders. Le
Grange D., Lock J., Loeb K., Nicholls D. (2009).
Setting policy priorities to address eating disorders and weight stigma: views from the field of
eating disorders and the US general public. Puhl R.M., Neumark-Sztainer D., Austin S.B., Luedicke J., King K.M. (2014).
Support for Laws to Prohibit Weight Discrimination in the United States: Public Attitudes from
2011 to 2013. Suh Y., Puhl R.M., Liu S., Fleming M.F. (2014).
Putting People First in Obesity. Kyle T.K., Puhl R.M. (2014).
The Stress of Stigma: Exploring the Effect of Weight Stigma on Cortisol Reactivity. Schvey N.A.,
Puhl R.M., Brownell K.D. (2014).
Parental Concerns about Weight-Based Victimization in Youth.Childhood Obesity. Puhl R.M.,
Luedicke J., DePierre J.A. (2013).
Perceptions of weight discrimination: prevalence and comparison to race and gender
discrimination in America. Puhl R.M., Andreyeva T., Brownell K.D. (2008).
ON INTUITIVE EATING
Size acceptance and intuitive eating improve health for obese, female chronic dieters. Bacon L,
Stern J.S., Van Loan M.D., Keim N.L. (2005).
The Weight-Inclusive versus Weight-Normative Approach to Health: Evaluating the Evidence for
Prioritizing Well-Being over Weight Loss. Tylka T.L., Annunziato R.A., Burgard D., Daníelsdóttir S., Shuman E., Davis C., Calogero R.M. (2014).
Intuitive eating is associated with interoceptive sensitivity. Effects on body mass index. Herbert
B.M, Blechert J., Hautzinger M., Matthias E., Herbert C. (2013).
Eat for Life: A Worksite Feasibility Study of a Novel Mindfulness-based Intuitive Eating
Intervention. Bush H., Rossy L., Mintz L., Schopp. (2014).
Intuitive Eating: Associations with Physical Activity Motivation and BMI. Gast J. (2014).
Sensory-Based Nutrition Pilot Intervention for Women. Gravel K., Deslauriers A., Watiez M.,
Dumont M., Dufour Bouchard A.A., Provencher V. (2014).
Imagine HEALTH: results from a randomized pilot lifestyle intervention for obese Latino
adolescents using Interactive Guided Imagery. Weigenberg M.J. (2014).
Intuitive eating in young adults. Who is doing it, and how is it related to disordered eating
behaviors? Denny K.N., Loth K., Eisenberg M.E., Neumark-Sztainer D. (2013).
Dieting, exercise, and intuitive eating among early adolescents. Moy J., Petrie T.A., Dockendorff
S., Greenleaf C., Martin S. (2013).
The Intuitive Eating Scale-2: Item refinement and psychometric evaluation with college women
and men. Tylka T.L., Kroon Van Diest A.M. (2013).
Are Men More Intuitive When It Comes to Eating and Physical Activity? Gast J., Madanat H.,
Nielson A. (2012).
Eating in response to hunger and satiety signals is related to BMI in a nationwide sample of 1601
mid-age New Zealand women. Madden C.E., Leong S.L., Gray A., Horwath C.C. (2012).
The Acceptance Model of Intuitive Eating: A Comparison of Women in Emerging Adulthood,
Early Adulthood, and Middle Adulthood. Augustus-Horvath C.L., Tylka T. (2011).
ON MINDFUL EATING
Dealing with problematic eating behaviour. The effects of a mindfulness-based intervention on
eating behaviour, food cravings, dichotomous thinking and body image concern. Alberts H. J. E. M., Thewissen R., Raes L. (2012).
Does Mindfulness Matter? Everyday mindfulness, mindful eating and self-reported serving size
of energy dense foods among a sample of South Australian Adults. Beshara, Monica, Hutchinson A.D., Wilson C. (2013).
Mindfulness based approaches to obesity and weight loss maintenance. Caldwell, Karen L.,
Baime M.J., Wolever R.Q. (2012).
Mindfulness trait, eating behaviors and body uneasiness: a case-control study of binge eating
disorder. Compare, Callus A.E., Grossi E. (2012).
Pilot study: Mindful Eating and Living (MEAL): weight, eating behavior, and psychological
outcomes associated with a mindfulness-based intervention for people with obesity. Dalen J. (2010).
Changes in stress, eating, and metabolic factors are related to changes in telomerase activity in
a randomized mindfulness intervention pilot study. Daubenmier J. (2012).
The role of mindfulness based interventions in the treatment of obesity and eating disorders: An
integrative review. Godsey J. (2013).
Association for Size Diversity and Health (ASDAH)
Binge Eating Disorder Association (BEDA) - Toolkit for Nutrition Counselors
Center for Mindful Eating
Health at Every Size Curriculum
National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance Guidelines for Nutritionists & Dietitians
National Eating Disorders Association
Yale Rudd Center - Weight Bias & Stigma
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