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You are What You Eat! Tracking Health Through Recipe Interactions

Alan Said, Alejandro Bellogín
2014 ACM Conference on Recommender Systems  
What people eat has a direct effect on their health, an aspect commonly overlooked in the context of recommendation.  ...  In this work, we present an early analysis of users' interactions with recipes (ratings) on the online social network Allrecipes.com.  ...  As for future (and current) work paths, we are currently investigating whether there are other user-related features that also correlate to health aspects, e.g. inferring health through stated interests  ... 
dblp:conf/recsys/SaidB14b fatcat:tncua33dibdifakz27so63txcu

You Are What You Eat. Television narratives between hedonism and self-control

Luisa Stagi
2015
culture of desire and fantasy relating to the consumption of food (Food Porn), on the other a neo-liberal discourse on the privatization of the individual's responsibility towards their own body and health  ...  (You are what you eat, Real Time) .  ...  Superthin (Real Time) and You are What you Eat (Real Time) are all examples of Eating Disorder Porn.  ... 
doi:10.13136/isr.v3i3.66 fatcat:rqjgsi3gunaellqthdbixrdqre

Introduction: What to Eat when you Can't Eat

Gregory A. Plotnikoff
2014 Global Advances in Health and Medicine  
In this spirit, Global Advances in Health and Medicine invited renowned practitioners from multiple perspectives to share their insights on the vexing problem of "what to eat when one can't eat."  ...  No matter the name applied, what counts most from a patient's perspective is that the inability to eat results in a remarkably diminished quality of life.  ...  Adequate levels are rate limiting for ketoadaptation. 36 Carnitine is commonly WHAT TO EAT WHEN YOU CAN'T EAT Forum FORUM: WHAT TO EAT WHEN YOU CAN'T EAT deficient in cancer patients, and supplementation  ... 
doi:10.7453/gahmj.2014.063 pmid:25568833 pmcid:PMC4268644 fatcat:p3n72d5w4zeixk7asvv3ujlozy

Women Veterans' Treatment Preferences for Disordered Eating

Jessica Y. Breland, Rosemary Donalson, Julie Dinh, Andrea Nevedal, Shira Maguen
2016 Women's health issues  
Conclusions: Women veterans are interested in treatment for disordered eating.  ...  Through thematic analysis, we identified six preferences: 1) Treatment for disordered eating should be provided in groups; 2) Treatment for disordered eating should provide concrete skills to facilitate  ...  from the actual eating process or concentrating on the actual eating then [mindfulness] might just bring you back and focus [you] on what you are actually eating...  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.whi.2016.04.006 pmid:27264912 pmcid:PMC6177264 fatcat:wibltzjd4zc67brbt2x4zrekjm

You Tweet What You Eat: Studying Food Consumption Through Twitter [article]

Sofiane Abbar, Yelena Mejova, Ingmar Weber
2015 arXiv   pre-print
Food is an integral part of our lives, cultures, and well-being, and is of major interest to public health.  ...  Alternatively, social media is infamous for allowing its users to update the world on the minutiae of their daily lives, including their eating habits.  ...  Below we outline the latest attempts to track public health using social media, and most notably nutritional research, which has been mostly thus far focused on recipe websites.  ... 
arXiv:1412.4361v2 fatcat:3txg2xxqfnbpno7dbxwufsbsje

Social robots as eating companions

Radoslaw Niewiadomski, Merijn Bruijnes, Gijs Huisman, Conor Patrick Gallagher, Maurizio Mancini
2022 Frontiers in Computer Science  
living in isolation due to health reasons).  ...  Previous research shows that eating together (i.e., commensality) impacts food choice, time spent eating, and enjoyment. Conversely, eating alone is considered a possible cause of unhappiness.  ...  Conference on Multimodal Interaction, and in Extended Abstracts of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'20) (Gallagher et al., 2020; Mancini et al., 2020) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fcomp.2022.909844 fatcat:lzemz6pejzf55afwucezbn3oa4

Leveraging Play in Health-Based Games to Promote Sustained Behavior Change in Healthy Eating and Exercise

Shree Durga, Magy Seif El-Nasr, Mariya Shiyko, Carmen Sceppa, Pamela Naab, Lisa Andres
2013 Conference of the Digital Games Research Association  
Games have increasingly become a prominent medium in the area of personal health and are uniquely positioned to empower and engage individuals in managing their own health.  ...  motivation to change and on health-behavior outcomes.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This study was made possible through Tier-I grant from Northeastern University.  ... 
dblp:conf/digra/DurgaESSNA13 fatcat:pq74m54g7nfxljbjguqllxz44y

Creative Economy: how the interface of Uber Eats and iFood could change your menu

Renata Cristina da Silva Monty
2018 Brazilian Journal of Operations & Production Management  
concept immortalized by Marshall McLuhan "the medium is the message" assists us in the descriptive exercise of verifying how information and communication technologies (TICs) affect the experience of eating  ...  On Netflix, there are shows such as "Chef's Table" , "Jiro -Dream's of Sushi", "Somm: dentro da garrafa".  ...  4 On broadcast TV, there are many entertainment products such as: "Chefs sob pressão", "Bake off Brasil" and "Hell's Kitchen", on SBT TV, "Melhor para você", on Rede TV, "Mais Você", on Globo TV, and "  ... 
doi:10.14488/bjopm.2018.v15.n3.a8 fatcat:tafd7ogdhbaltosdkd5qccaciy

Treating Eating: A Dynamical Systems Model of Eating Disorders

Emily T. Troscianko, Michael Leon
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
We then offer a theoretical and practical alternative: a dynamical systems model of eating disorders in which behavioral interventions are foregrounded as powerful mediators between psychological and physical  ...  as the effective treatment, of the full spectrum of eating problems.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We are grateful to James Anderson, Patrick Cane, James Carney, Paul Jenkins, and Per Södersten for extremely helpful comments on earlier drafts of this article.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.01801 pmid:32793079 pmcid:PMC7394184 fatcat:lzn4tfevpjhkfb57nzhxgxoz6u

Investigating Health-Aware Smart-Nudging with Machine Learning to Help People Pursue Healthier Eating-Habits [article]

Mansura A Khan, Khalil Muhammad, Barry Smyth, David Coyle
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Food-choices and eating-habits directly contribute to our long-term health. This makes the food recommender system a potential tool to address the global crisis of obesity and malnutrition.  ...  Organization, Food Standards Agency, and the National Health Service United Kingdom.  ...  Ristovski Slijepcevic et al. in [138] looked into how healthy eating concepts are passed on through generations in families. Jeffery Sobal et al.  ... 
arXiv:2110.07045v1 fatcat:p45ozmkpingrfolmddxklfkyii

The use of ICT devices as part of the solo eating experience

Mailin Lemke, Hendrik NJ. Schifferstein
2021 Appetite  
The devices have the potential to contribute to healthy eating practices by providing education and by influencing the speed of eating through elements of sound.  ...  An increasing number of people tend to eat alone due to social changes and an altered attitude towards cooking and eating practices.  ...  nutritional value and suggest serving sizes, or 'WW Weight Watchers reimagined' that supports weight loss through food tracking, recipe provision, 24/7 live coaching and community interaction (Weigthwatchers  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.appet.2021.105297 pmid:33989698 fatcat:kgyateto4femxnap6n3rnuzkf4

The #orthorexia community on Instagram

Martina Valente, Sophie Renckens, Joske Bunders-Aelen, Elena V Syurina
2021 Eating and Weight Disorders  
Understanding how people help each other, manage their health, cope with symptoms, and undertake recovery can inform the implementation of therapeutic interventions for ON.  ...  I found some really amazing people through Instagram. It is fantastic.' (P8, 55 years). Communities that were mentioned revolved around body positivity, intuitive eating, mental health and wellness.  ...  Questionnaire respondents also answered what content they share on Instagram: people (50.0%), food/recipes (39.5%), text (35.5%) and other (39.5%).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40519-021-01157-w pmid:33835422 pmcid:PMC8933345 fatcat:65h4m23kgnh23dwrdwvwqgwq5a

Consumer Preferences for Written and Oral Information about Allergens When Eating Out

Fiona M. Begen, Julie Barnett, Ros Payne, Debbie Roy, M. Hazel Gowland, Jane S. Lucas, David B. Allison
2016 PLoS ONE  
Overwhelmingly, written information was favoured in the first instance, but credible personal/verbal communication was highly valued and essential to a good eating out experience.  ...  Avoiding food allergens when eating outside the home presents particular difficulties for food allergic (FA) and intolerant (FI) consumers and a lack of allergen information in restaurants and takeaways  ...  Some do say, "What do you mean, dairy, what do you mean?"  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0156073 pmid:27223698 pmcid:PMC4880205 fatcat:4mwhz2xn7nantihd5cfpijqpwy

Children eat more food when they prepare it themselves

Jasmine M. DeJesus, Susan A. Gelman, Isabella Herold, Julie C. Lumeng
2019 Appetite  
More specific recommendations are needed if the goal of involving children in food preparation is to promote health.  ...  Encouraging children to participate in food preparation is recommended by pediatric guidelines and has been included in public health interventions.  ...  Children are highly sensitive to social information in food contexts -they learn what is appropriate to eat from their community (e.g., Rozin & Schiller, 1980) , track patterns of social affiliation and  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.appet.2018.11.006 pmid:30448413 pmcid:PMC6768385 fatcat:leuwyflikje2nmtg7vjdkr5gzq

Learning to Eat Vegetables in Early Life: The Role of Timing, Age and Individual Eating Traits

Samantha J. Caton, Pam Blundell, Sara M. Ahern, Chandani Nekitsing, Annemarie Olsen, Per Møller, Helene Hausner, Eloïse Remy, Sophie Nicklaus, Claire Chabanet, Sylvie Issanchou, Marion M. Hetherington (+1 others)
2014 PLoS ONE  
Most children were "learners" (40%) who increased intake over time. 21% consumed more than 75% of what was offered each time and were labelled "plate-clearers". 16% were considered "non-eaters" eating  ...  Four distinct patterns of eating behaviour during the exposure period were defined.  ...  Food preferences are formed early on, tend to be fixed from early childhood and track into adulthood [4] it is therefore critical that a healthful diet is established early.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0097609 pmid:24878745 pmcid:PMC4039444 fatcat:ik2tfg6x4zc4ff7tugvldtlmoi
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