|서명/저자사항||"I'm, Like, SO Fat!" :Helping Your Teen Make Healthy Choices about Eating and Exercise in a Weight-Obsessed World|
|발행사항||New York : Guilford Publications, 2005.|
|형태사항||1 online resource (336 p.).|
|기타형태 저록||Print version:Neumark-Sztainer, Dianne"I'm, Like, SO Fat!" : Helping Your Teen Make Healthy Choices about Eating and Exercise in a Weight-Obsessed WorldNew York : Guilford Publications,c20059781593851675|
|내용주기||CONTENTS -- Acknowledgments -- "What are we up against ... and how did we get here, anyway?" -- 1 If It's Not One Thing, It's Another: Dealing with a Spectrum of Weight-Related Problems -- 2 Our Susceptible Teens: What We Know about Causes and Contributing Factors -- "How can we protect our teens when society pushes fat but promotes thin?" -- 3 Parents Matter (a Lot) -- 4 Friends, Fashions, and Fads -- 5 Physical Activity: A Big Part of the Answer in Moderation -- 6 The Great Diet Debate -- 7 The Four Cornerstones of Healthy Weight and Body Image -- "What and how much should teenagers eat?" -- 8 "I Know How to Diet I Just Don't Know How to Eat": What Teens Needs to Know about Nutrition -- 9 Portion Control and Calorie Counting: Teaching Teens to Pay Attention without Obsessing -- 10 Vegetarianism: Doing It Right-for Your Teen and Your Family -- "How can we make a difference at home ... and away?" -- 11 Family Meals in a Fast-Food World -- 12 Eating Out-When Cooking Just Isn't Going to Happen -- 13 Fluent in the F Words: Talking with Teens about Food, Fat, and Other Touchy Topics -- "What can we do when problems come up?" -- 14 Helping Your Overweight Teen Be Healthy and Happy -- 15 How to Spot the Signs of an Eating Disorder and What You Can Do to Help -- Resources for Parents and Teens -- Bibliography -- Index -- About the Author 317.|
|요약||It's hard to decide which is more frightening--the "food" teenagers enjoy, or the things they say about their bodies. Whether it's your son's passion for chips and soda or your daughter's announcement that she "feels fat," kids' attitude about how they look and what they should eat often seem devoid of common sense. In a world where television and school cafeterias push super-sized sandwiches while magazines feature pencil-thin models, many teens feel pressured to starve themselves and others eat way too much. Blending her experience as the mother of four with results from a survey of nearly 5,000 teens, Dr. Diane Neumark-Sztainer shows you how to respond constructively to "fat talk," counteract negative media messages, and give your kids the straight story about nutrition and calories, the dangers of dieting, and eating right when they're away from home. Full of examples illustrating the challenges teens face today, this upbeat and insightful book is packed with great ideas that will help kids everywhere feel better about their looks and make healthier choices about eating and exercise.|
|일반주제명||Eating disorders in adolescence. |
Physical fitness for children.
Physical fitness for youth.
Teenagers -- Health and hygiene.