Manage episode 317917650 series 3305738
In this episode, Evan dives deeper into research regarding body image and our relationship with food. You will learn signs of a positive and negative relationship with food, in addition to factors contributing to a poor relationship with food. Evan provides some action items and key take-aways that you can implement right away. Lastly, Evan shares his pick for song of the week. References to all research will be included below.
•Alexander, B. (2016). Ideal to Real: What the ‘perfect’ body really looks like for men and women. Retrieved from https://www.today.com/health/ideal-real-what-perfect-body-really-looks-men-women-t83731
•Davidson, K. (2020). How Can I Improve my Relationship with Food? Retrieved from https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/fixing-a- bad-relationship-with-food
•Hefner, V., Woodward, K., Figge, L., Bevan, J., Santora, N., & Baloch, S. (2014). The influence of television and film viewing on midlife women’s body image, disordered eating, and food choice. Media Psychology, 17:2, 185-207. DOI: 10.1080/15213269.2013.838903
•Jiosta, B., Naccache, B., Duval, M., Rocher, B., & Grall-Bronnec, M. (2021). Social Media Use and Body Image Disorders: Association between Frequency of Comparing One’s Own Physical Appearance to That of People Being Followed on Social Media and Body Dissatisfaction and Drive for Thinness. Int J Environ Res Public Health, 18(6), 2880. doi: 10.3390/ijerph18062880.
•Lauren Muhlheim, P.D. (2020). What to know about male eating disorders. Verywell Mind. https://www.verywellmind.com/male- eating-disorders-4140606.
•Pila, E., Mond, J. M., Griffiths, S., Mitchison, D., & Murray, S.B. (2017). A thematic content analysis of #cheatmeal images on social media: Characterizing an emerging dietary trend. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 50(6), 698-706. https://doi- org.excelsior.sdstate.edu/10.1002/eat.22671