Event Title

Mediterranean Diet Adherence: Implications for Multidisciplinary Eating Disorder Treatment

Presenter Information

Whitney v. Frey, GRCFollow

Location

Edwards Hall Lobby

Document Type

Poster Presentation (1 hour)

Description

Abstract:

This poster examines Mediterranean dietary patterns and implications for eating disorder treatment outcomes. Over time nutritional deficits can cause profound disturbances in both brain function and mood. Adherence to a Mediterranean diet has demonstrated a preventative effect against depressive symptoms in previous studies. The high co-morbidity rate between depressive and eating disorders suggest a multi-disciplined treatment approach is necessary to achieve optimal treatment outcomes. Incorporating the basic tenants of the Mediterranean diet, in conjunction with established mental health approaches, may improve eating disorder treatment outcomes.

Keywords: Mediterranean diet, Depression, Eating Disorders, Re-feeding, Nutrition

Start Date

April 2014

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Apr 26th, 2:10 PM

Mediterranean Diet Adherence: Implications for Multidisciplinary Eating Disorder Treatment

Edwards Hall Lobby

Abstract:

This poster examines Mediterranean dietary patterns and implications for eating disorder treatment outcomes. Over time nutritional deficits can cause profound disturbances in both brain function and mood. Adherence to a Mediterranean diet has demonstrated a preventative effect against depressive symptoms in previous studies. The high co-morbidity rate between depressive and eating disorders suggest a multi-disciplined treatment approach is necessary to achieve optimal treatment outcomes. Incorporating the basic tenants of the Mediterranean diet, in conjunction with established mental health approaches, may improve eating disorder treatment outcomes.

Keywords: Mediterranean diet, Depression, Eating Disorders, Re-feeding, Nutrition