Presentation on theme: "Leadership Mobile 2007 Involving the Whole Family in Addressing Obesity among School Children Janée BonnerBarbara Shaw Alex PateJulio Turrens Paul McLendon."— Presentation transcript:
Leadership Mobile 2007 Involving the Whole Family in Addressing Obesity among School Children Janée BonnerBarbara Shaw Alex PateJulio Turrens Paul McLendon Alison Walker Firdaus Rahman
Format Considerations Ease of Use Ease of Use Portability Simple Design Two formats Two formats Dashboard Refrigerator Development of Information Cards
Grocery Shopping Tips Designed as a reminder for the busy parent Gentle reminder of foods to promote healthy diet Transition Tips Quick Guide to Nutritional Label Most important information on card This label is included on every packaged food in every grocery store Change habits, Change Lives
Physical activity (calories per hour for a 100, 150 or 200 lb person) 100 lb 150 lb 200 lb Aerobics (medium) Biking (10 mph) Canoeing (2.5 miles/h) Golf (carry clubs) Golf (ride in cart) Housework Jog (12 min/mile) Swimming Walking (20 min/mile) Water skiing
One servingequal to think about Breadone slicehockey puck Cooked rice½ cupcupcake wrapper/one hand, cupped Cooked pasta½ cupice cream scoop/one hand, cupped Fruit/vegetable½ cuptennis ball Tomato/spaghetti sauce½ cupone hand, cupped Cooked or canned beans½ cupone hand, cupped Mashed potatoes½ cupone hand, cupped Cottage cheese½ cupone hand, cupped Chinese food1 cuptwo hands, cupped Cooked meats3 oz.palm of one hand Canned tuna3 oz.palm of one hand Peanut butter1 tbsp.two thumbs together Sour cream1 tbsp.two thumbs together Salad dressing1 tbsp.two thumbs together Cream cheese1 tbsp.two thumbs together How Much is Enough? Quick Guide to Portion Control
Meats Poultry (no skin, grilled)3 oz Fried chicken (with skin) 1 oz Beef, pork (lean)1.9 oz Spareribs, pork sausage1 oz Fish3 oz Fish (fried) 1.3 oz Peanut butter1 Tbsp Hotdog1 unit bologna, salami1 oz turkey ham3 oz Dairy products Cheese (3 gram fat/oz)1.9 oz Grated parmesan4 Tbsp Mozzarella1.3 oz American cheddar, Swiss1 oz How much food is equivalent to 100 cal?
Breads Bread (white, whole-wheat) 1 1/4 slice Hot dog/hamburger bun5/8 of bun Tortilla1 1/4 Cereals and orange juice (cup) Bran5/8 cup granola (low fat)1/3 cup Orange juice0.8 cup Vegetables Vegetables (raw)4 cups Vegetables (cooked)2 cups How much food Is equivalent to 100 cal?
Acknowledgements Mobile United/Leadership Mobile Veronica Hudson (WAY, USA College of Nursing) Raye Hanks, RN (MCPSS) Suzanne Yates, RD (MCPSS) Dr. Richard Wood (USA Libraries, Mobile United Health Committee) Dr. Abbie Baxter and Dr. Steve Pugh (USA College of Education)