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1 Healthy Lifestyles for Children The new FAD That will stay. Created by: H. Clay Dean, MD University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health 2011 Wisconsin Academy of Rural Medicine Community Health Education Presentation

2 High School F.A.D. Leaders Name: What I want to be when I grow up? Name: What I want to be when I grow up? Joe Smith I want to be a college professor when I grow up Or state something fun about yourself Make sure it follows the FAD principles, a bad example would be I love Pizza.

3 Where is Madison? Or where is Rice Lake if you are close to Madison and this is too easy. You can say this was created in Rice Lake, WI. Does anyone know where that is?

4 Where is Madison? MADISON Rice Lake

5 What is a FAD?

6 Why a FAD? This is not a true fad, we want this to become a staple in our society This is not a true fad, we want this to become a staple in our society So why FAD? So why FAD? F = Fitness F = Fitness A = Attitude x 2 A = Attitude x 2 D = Diet D = Diet

7 What are the benefits? Taking care of your body Healthier, less sick days Better education leads to better health outcomes Fewer complications later in life Live longer

8 How do we become Doctors of Healthy Lifestyles? Learn today about the new FAD Learn today about the new FAD Try to make this part of our life Try to make this part of our life Find ways that we can help each other Find ways that we can help each other By accomplishing this today we can continue to live healthier lives in the future By accomplishing this today we can continue to live healthier lives in the future

9 F = Fitness Recommended 60 minutes of activity every day But how can I get 60 minutes in every day? Sample: 20 minutes walking to school or on a trail 20 minutes playing at recess 10 minutes playing on playground equipment 10 minutes playing with family

10 Need Ideas? Sports- basketball, football, baseball, softball, soccer, gymnastics, hockey, volleyball, playing catch, kickball, swimming, skating, skateboarding Sports- basketball, football, baseball, softball, soccer, gymnastics, hockey, volleyball, playing catch, kickball, swimming, skating, skateboarding Dancing, go to park Dancing, go to park Walking, hiking, bicycling, running, martial arts Walking, hiking, bicycling, running, martial arts Play with friends- tug of war, tag, frisbee, hop scotch, jump rope Yard work Community service Pushups, sit ups, jumping jacks b/t commercials Walk around mall, have parents park car far away from entrance

11 What about TV/Computer Time? Recommend 1 hr/day Recommend 1 hr/day That includes both as a total of 1 hour!!!! That includes both as a total of 1 hour!!!! Think of it as more time to be active Think of it as more time to be active Also, more time to do homework Also, more time to do homework

12 A = Attitude But towards what? School School You can be anything you want You can be anything you want Studies have shown that people are healthier the more education they have Studies have shown that people are healthier the more education they have Help you achieve your goals Help you achieve your goals Drugs Drugs Alcohol Alcohol Tobacco (smoking and smokeless) Tobacco (smoking and smokeless)

13 D = Diet The pyramid The pyramid Grains= 6 ounces Grains= 6 ounces ½ should be whole grains ½ should be whole grains Vegetables = 2 ½ cups Vegetables = 2 ½ cups Fruits = 2 cups Fruits = 2 cups Milk = 3 cups Milk = 3 cups Make sure it is low-fat or fat-free Make sure it is low-fat or fat-free Meat and Beans = 5 ½ ounces Meat and Beans = 5 ½ ounces

14 What Foods are in the Food Groups? Vegetables Vegetables Lettuce, broccoli, peas, cucumbers, onions, carrots, beans, tomatoes, cauliflower, mushrooms and celery Lettuce, broccoli, peas, cucumbers, onions, carrots, beans, tomatoes, cauliflower, mushrooms and celery Fruits Fruits Grapes, apples, bananas, kiwi, berries, melons, peaches, oranges, pineapple and pears Grapes, apples, bananas, kiwi, berries, melons, peaches, oranges, pineapple and pears Grains Grains Bread, pasta, cereals, tortillas, Bread, pasta, cereals, tortillas, Prefer whole grains=oatmeal, brown rice, popcorn whole-wheat flour (look for whole-wheat products) Prefer whole grains=oatmeal, brown rice, popcorn whole-wheat flour (look for whole-wheat products) Dairy (look for reduced fat) Dairy (look for reduced fat) Milk, cheese, cottage cheese, yogurt and milk based desserts Milk, cheese, cottage cheese, yogurt and milk based desserts Meats and beans Meats and beans Chicken, turkey, fish, beef, eggs, peanuts, almonds, cashews and beans Chicken, turkey, fish, beef, eggs, peanuts, almonds, cashews and beans

15 Quick way to Healthier eating The Plate Rule The Plate Rule ½ plate of vegetables ½ plate of vegetables ¼ lean meat ¼ lean meat ¼ starch (pasta, potatoes, corn, green peas) ¼ starch (pasta, potatoes, corn, green peas)Plus 1 serving Fruit 1 serving Fruit 1 serving milk 1 serving milk Control our Portions

16 The Plate Rule

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18 Portion Size: Meat 3 oz. cooked meat, fish, or poultry = a deck of cards

19 Portion Size: 1 Cup 1 Cup = 1 Baseball

20 What it looks like on a Plate

21 What about drinks? How many drink Soda? How many drink Soda? How many drink Juice? How many drink Juice? Practice moderation Practice moderation What should we drink? What should we drink? More water More water More 1% or Skim Milk More 1% or Skim Milk 100% fruit juice (no sugar added)- 1 serving (4 oz) 100% fruit juice (no sugar added)- 1 serving (4 oz)

22 What can you do to be healthier?

23 Questions??????

24 Thanks for your time!

25 Congratulations you are Now Honorary Doctors of Healthy Lifestyles for Children!!

26 Resources Arrigoni, Karla, Registered Dietician. Personal Interview. 16 Nov “Dietary Recommendations for Healthy Children.” October American Heart Association. 3 Nov www.americanheart.org “Education and Health.” March National Poverty Center. 10 Nov www.npc.umich.edu Erickson, Daniel, Family Practice MD. Personal Interview. 23 Nov Henneman, Alice MS, RD. “Avoid Portion Distortion.” National Resource Center on Nutrition, Physical Activity and Aging. May Web. 7 Dec Henningsen, David, Family Practice MD. Personal Interview. 1 Dec “Inside the Pyramid.” October United States Department of Agriculture. 3 Nov www.mypyramid.gov “Physical Activity for Everyone.” November Center for Disease Control and Prevention. 17 Nov www.cdc.gov Selezneva, Irina, Pediatric MD. Personal Interview. 18 Nov


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