“ Traditionally, dietary approaches to weight management have focused largely on educational and prescriptive approaches to promoting better ‘choices’. Both health professionals and people who are overweight often put being overweight down to poor ‘personal choices’ or ‘lack of willpower’.
And even among dieticians – ‘lack of willpower’ is ranked as far more important than genetic or other biological factors.
These approaches have limited success on changing long-term lifestyle habits and not only is this contrary to our understanding of the complexity of human eating behaviour but also only serves to stigmatise and frustrate people, who in turn blame their ‘failures’ on personal ‘failings’. “
“ The control of eating in our bodies is very complex, after all it is required for our very existence. I don’t really need to tell you that human beings have evolved a highly complex system that ensures hunger is satisfied and that there are many ways that our bodies tell our brains when to eat and when to stop.
The physical signals that control our appetites include hormones and other chemical signals within the body and these are affected by how much food is in the stomach or the digestive system. (As we will see later, our minds play a role in overriding the physical side of this control). These signals can be influenced not just by how much we eat, but the types of foods we eat. “
“ A habit is a frequent behavior of which you have little conscious awareness, they are ‘automatic’ and usually triggered by something in your surroundings.
The more you do something the more likely it is to become a habit. This applies to eating as much as anything else. Certain eating habits are associated with weight gain:
– Fast eating is associated with higher body weight.
– Eating very late at night is associated with being overweight.
– People who watch television tend to snack more whilst watching and tend to have higher calorie snacks.
Some eating habits are better for you, such as eating fruit and vegetables regularly, than others. Someone may know what ‘healthy habits’ they should be doing but don’t, and sometimes they may not even be aware of the habits they have. “
” Oxytocin is released in the brain where it influences some of our behaviors, and in particular eating. For example, oxytocin is released when food enters the digestive system, and then it stops us eating by causing us to lose interest in food. “
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