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The impact of intuitive eating versus pinned eating on behavioural markers: a preliminary investigation

Ogden, Jane, Pavlova, E., Fouracre, H. and Lammyman, F. (2020) The impact of intuitive eating versus pinned eating on behavioural markers: a preliminary investigation Journal of Nutritional Science.

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Abstract

Two promising strategies to manage eating behaviour are Intuitive Eating (IE; following hunger) and Pinned Eating (PE; ignoring hunger / eating at specific times of the day). This study compared IE and PE on behavioural markers. Participants (n=56) were randomly assigned to IE (n=28) or PE (n=28) and given instructions to follow for one week. Drive to eat, behaviour, behavioural intentions and self-efficacy were measured at baseline and follow up. Participants also evaluated their specific intervention. Comparable changes over time were found for both conditions for many measures. Significant condition by time interactions were found for healthy snacking, total self efficacy and self efficacy for weight loss: those following IE showed an increase in each of these outcomes compared to those following PE who showed no change. The IE group found their intervention more useful than those following PE. Further research is needed to build on these preliminary findings.

Item Type: Article
Divisions : Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences > School of Psychology
Authors :
NameEmailORCID
Ogden, JaneJ.Ogden@surrey.ac.uk
Pavlova, E.
Fouracre, H.
Lammyman, F.
Date : 14 July 2020
Uncontrolled Keywords : intuitive eating; pinned eating; eating; trial; behaviour
Additional Information : Embargo OK Metadata Pending
Depositing User : James Marshall
Date Deposited : 15 Jul 2020 09:59
Last Modified : 15 Jul 2020 09:59
URI: http://epubs.surrey.ac.uk/id/eprint/858213

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