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Table of Contents IntroductionThe Mediterranean Diet and Its Past Influences Mediterranean Populations and Their Changing Dietary PatternsAmerican Changes in Dietary Patterns and Origins Conclusion ReferencesAssessment of Life Cycle Factors Related to Diet andObesity-Associated DiseasePrevention in Childhood: Stage 1Remediation in Children and Adolescence: Stage 2 Remediation in Adults: Stage 3 ReferencesPredictors of Maintained Behavior Change withEmphasis on Weight LossExtended Treatment Skills Training Food ProvisionNutrition Counseling for Lifestyle ChangeMonetary Incentives Telephone Prompts and Counseling Peer Support Exercise Multicomponent Maintenance Programs ReferencesLifestyle Change Factors Related to Lifecycle Stages 1, 2, and 3Stage 1: Childhood and Parental Feeding HabitsStage 2: Remediation in Childhood and Adolescence Stage 3: Remediation in Adults and the ElderlyReferencesMotivational Interviewing for Childhood and Parental Feeding Habits: Stage 1Parental Infant Feeding Practices Associated with Food PreferencesEvaluating a Child's Eating Habits Not-Ready-to-Change Counseling SessionUnsure-about-Change Counseling SessionsReady-to-Change Counseling Sessions SummaryReferencesMotivational Interviewing for Children and Adolescents: Stage 2Changing Dietary Habits in AdolescentsNot-Ready-to-Change Counseling SessionUnsure-about-Change Counseling SessionsReady-to-Change Counseling Sessions ReferencesMotivational Interviewing for Adults and the Elderly:Stage 3Intervention Phase 1 (Not Ready to Change)Intervention Phase 2 (Unsure about Change) Intervention Phase 3 (Ready to Change)SummaryReferencesInnovative Approaches to Maintaining HealthyBehaviorsReferencesTailoring to Patient Needs Identifying Your Patient Identifying Your Patient's Desires Identifying Your Patient's NeedsTailoring Strategies Tailoring Messages Using Tailoring in Group Settings ReferencesExamples of Dietary Strategies Based on Long-Term Randomized Clinical Trials Focused on Lifestyle ChangeKnowledge and Skills Strategies Feedback Modeling Support and Patient-Centered Counseling ReferencesReducing Stress to Maintain Dietary Change Definition of StressIdentifying Stress Strategies to Reduce Stress Two Approaches and Orientations ReferencesOrganizing Data on Dietary Change Setting the Stage for Organization Presenting Dietary Adherence Data to Patients Involving the Patient in Lifestyle Change Data ReviewPotential New Theories Playing a Role in Nutrition Lifestyle Change Affective and Cognitive Factors Influence Weight Control BehaviorsNegative Affective States and Dysfunctional Cognitions Related to Relapse The Counselor-Patient InteractionReferencesSummary Appendix A: What Your Baby Can Do and How and What to Feed Him Appendix B: Parental Feeding Practices Intervention Session #1 -OverheadsSession #1: Intervention Group OverheadsFeeding with a Division of Responsibility Appendix C: Parental Feeding Practices Intervention Session #2 -Handouts Session #2: Intervention Group HandoutsFeeding Your Baby Fruits and Vegetables Divisions of Responsibility Feeding Behavior Worksheet Parental ModelingFood EnvironmentFeeding PracticesIndex