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This day in age it seems like everything is image oriented This is where the eating disorder emerges I believe that an eating disorder is more than anorexia or bulimia it is also crash dieting My reasoning behind this is because as anorexia and bulimia ruin ones body so does crash dieting In this article Yo-yo Dieting Can Lower Levels Of Good Cholesterol crash dieting or cycling is defined as a person who has lost at least ten pounds intentionally at least three times I bring this article to your attention because this is not healthy Yes a heavy person losing weight is a good thing but only if they are doing it correctly Weight cycling has been found to have tremendous damaging effects on good cholesterol Though I believe greatly in this article and what it is presenting I repeatedly think back to our class discussions and wonder if things like this are genetic or not From this course Ive learned many things one of which is that there is a gene for almost everything So I raise the question If there is a gene for everything isnt it true that people who have the gene for bad cholesterol will at some time be diagnosed This is not determinate on if the individual was a crash dieter of not Just because bad cholesterol is found after dieting doesnt mean it was caused by the crash dieting It could more realistically be presented as a promoter Meaning if you were to have bad cholesterol you would get it no matter what but it is because you crash dieted that it showed up sooner There are many environmental influences that could be direct or indirect which highly effect the way a gene is expressed For bad cholesterol crash dieting is just an indirect factor The gene is there and it could show up sooner rather than latter if you dont take
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