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(A Global Epidemic—Obesity in Young Adulthood) My Mom I sn’t Here …… Can I Still Eat Healthy Foods ? Sponge John Mom Lynette Mom, I’m so fat. No, you’re not. But,…I’ m like a SPONG E! Aaaa……, you ARE a sponge.
Outline WWhat did we eat? start from what we eat HHow Much should we take in? personalized our daily intake WWhat did we take in? compare with the suggested goal DDesign our own meals grains, vegetables, fruits, oils, milk, meat and beans NNewly learned words what vocabulary have we learned? CCritical thinking questions to discuss EEat well and stay healthy suggestion for students FFollow-up learning more advanced learning
What did we eat? Example Day 1, Breakfast: Scrambled eggs, sausage patties, waffle/syrup/butter/whip cream, donut, choc milk*2 Lunch: Mac & cheese, salad/veggie, pizza, Powerade, vanilla pudding, cherry pie Dinner: Cheeseburger/sweet pot fries, egg rolls, pizza, Coke Day 2, Breakfast: Flake cereal, 2% milk*2, bagel/cream cheese Lunch: Mixed lettuce, banana, BBQ brisket sandwich, curly fries Snack: cappuccino, chocolate bar, Dinner: Pasta/Alfredo sauce, Caesar salad, grilled French toast/cheese, Mt Dew*2, choc. cake Day 3, Breakfast: donut*2, milk*2, cereals Lunch: Deli turkey sandwich/cheese, chips, canned pineapple, Dr. Pepper*2, peanut butter cookies, creamy pie Snack: snickers bar, pop Dinner: Pizza, breadsticks/marinara sauce, diet Cokes, crispy rice cake
How Much should we take in? Student A: 20 yr-old male, moderate activity (average daily exercise less than 30 min.) Suggested calories: _____________ per day find your own calories find your own calories Day 1, estimated total calories intake: ___________ how to count? how to count? Day 2, Day 3, Example 4,374… Is it proper? 2,600 calories
What did we take in? Using a worksheet to keep track of our daily intake and follow its advice find MyPyramid worksheet
Design our own meals Steps to a healthier you GRAINSVEGETABLESFRUITSOILSMILKMEAT & BEANS Based on the suggested plan on the worksheet, adjust our meals. Get to know the new food pyramid Watch the MyPyramid
A better way to eat our idea for healthier eating Day 1, Breakfast: Scrambled eggs, sausage patties, waffle/syrup/butter/whip cream, donut, choc milk*2 Lunch: Mac & cheese, salad/veggie, pizza, Powerade, vanilla pudding, cherry pie Dinner: Cheeseburger, sweet potato fries, egg rolls, pizza, Coke Breakfast: Egg, 2 toast/peanut butter, orange juice, banana Lunch: Turkey sandwich, salad/veggies, chips, milk Snack: 1/2oz, nuts, apple Dinner: Roll, chicken/rice casserole, peas & corn, jello salad w/fruit, BBQ ham sandwich Study Snack: cereal/milk Approved Previous Menu
Grains Make half of your grains whole Day 1 intake (What did I eat?) : 1 waffle, 1 bun, 1 donut, 1 macaroni, 2 pizza Suggestion (based on a 2600 pattern): 2 toast, 2x2 bun, 1 cereal, 1 rice, 1roll
Vegetables Vary your veggies Day 1 intake (What did I eat?) : 1 lettuce, ½ veggies, 1/8x2 veggies on pizza, fries, egg rolls Suggestion (based on a 2600 pattern): 2 lettuce/veggies, ½ peas, ½ corn
Fruits Focus on fruits Day 1 intake (What did I eat?) : NONE! Suggestion (based on a 2600 pattern): ½ orange juice, 1 banana, 1 apple, ¼ fruit in jello
Oils Know your fats Day 1 intake (What did I eat?) : Sausages, butter, fries, pizza, egg rolls, burger Suggestion (based on a 2600 pattern): Eat less fried, less sugar, and less highly processed food
Milk Get your calcium rich foods Day 1 intake (What did I eat?) : ¼ whip cream, 2tbl butter, 2 milk, 1/4x 3 cheese Suggestion (based on a 2600 pattern): 3x1 skim or 2% milk
Meat and Beans Go lean on protein Day 1 intake (What did I eat?) : Burger, pizza, 2 eggs, 2 sausage, Suggestion (based on a 2600 pattern): 1 egg, 1 peanut butter, 1 turkey, 1 nuts, 1 chicken, 1 ham
Newly learned words FoodsFoods: waffle Mac & cheese Powerade crispy rice cake NutrientsNutrients: Calcium, Vitamins, Minerals, Carbohydrates, Proteins, etc. DiseaseDisease: High blood pressure, Osteoporosis, Diabetes, Anemia, Allergies, etc. Miscellanies: Body Mass Index (BMI)Body Mass Index (BMI)
Critical thinking Why do we need to have healthy/balanced food? How to keep our body in shape? (e.g., eat a balanced diet, exercise, etc.) How to lose weight? What are obese-causing foods? How to stay away from them? What weaknesses might be caused by obesity? Why might it be beneficial to stay in shape? What are ‘discretionary calories’? Is everyone’s the same?‘discretionary calories’? What is physical activity? What type do you do? (e.g., moderate, vigorous, etc.) Why is it important? How much do I need?physical activity?
Eat Well and Stay Healthy! Encourage students to use the MyPyramid Worksheet (from USDA), for a week, and to eat their favorite foods in each group to meet their daily requirements. Sharing their findings at the end of the week. Encourage students to continue keeping a food diary. Encourage students to strive for 30 minutes or more of physical activity every day.
Follow-up learning Find out the health benefits of each food group. Encourage students to do research on any new finding about food and health. Ask your school nurse or doctor to visit the class to share facts about food and health on an ongoing basis.
Web resources To calculate the calories of the food: http://www.caloriescount.org/cgi-bin/calorie_calculator.cgi http://www.caloriescount.org/cgi-bin/calorie_calculator.cgi To have personalized MyPyramid worksheet: http://www.mypyramid.gov/mypyramid/index.aspx\ http://www.mypyramid.gov/mypyramid/index.aspx\ Related web resources: Understand nutrition facts label: http://www.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/foodlab.html http://www.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/foodlab.html Understand your BMI numbers: http://www.nhlbisupport.com/bmi/bmicalc.htm Dietary supplement: http://www.nutrition.gov/index.php?mode=subject&subject=ng _supplements&d_subject=Dietary%20Supplements http://www.nutrition.gov/index.php?mode=subject&subject=ng _supplements&d_subject=Dietary%20Supplements Food safety info: http://www.fsis.usda.gov/Food_Safety_Education/Food_Safety _Education_Programs/index.asp Physical activities for everyone: http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/physical/index.htm http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/physical/index.htm Heart and vascular disease: http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/public/heart/index.htm#chol http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/public/heart/index.htm#chol