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PADAF 2009Make Time For Health1 Make Time for Health© Presentation Sponsored by Pennsylvania Dietetic Association Foundation (PADAF) ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health2 Pennsylvania Dietetic Association Foundation A non profit organization Our mission: promote health through nutrition education and research for the public provide scholarship money for those majoring in nutrition (dietetics) in college. Copyright 2004 by the Pennsylvania Dietetic Association Foundation. All rights reserved. No part of this may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, without the written permission of the publisher. ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health3 Goals of this Presentation Healthy Eating = Healthy children Healthy meals and snacks can be easy to plan We all need to be active daily © ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health4 Let’s get started! ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health6 Our Children’s Health Healthy food choices and daily activity now can decrease: –Obesity –Diabetes –Heart Disease –Cancer –Arthritis ©
Our Children’s Health Diabetes: ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health8 Our Children’s Health Heart Disease: ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health9 Our Children’s Health Cancer: ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health10 Our Children’s Health Obesity: ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health11 Our Children’s Health Arthritis: ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health12 Parents are the gatekeepers for foods in the house ! ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health13 ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health14 Guidelines for Children at Meals and Snacks ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health15 A Healthy Breakfast Breakfast is an energy builder! ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health16 Children with Breakfast ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health17 Children without Breakfast ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health18 Break-the-fast ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health19 What is a Healthy Cereal? ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health20 Easy Breakfast on the go ideas © Whole bread & PB with sliced banana Smoothie with milk and fruit String cheese in a whole wheat wrap & fruit
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health21 Healthy Snacks… A few ideas Quick snacks Fruits and nuts Vegetables & humus Whole grain crackers Mini rice cakes & cheese Homemade trail mix Graham crackers & PB ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health22 What snack foods are in your kitchen? ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health23 Building a Healthy Dinner Plan the week ahead !!! ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health24 Building a Healthy Dinner Have your children help you prepare dinner! ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health25 Building a Healthy Dinner ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health26 We need to increase vegetables and fruits daily Use produce at every meal ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health27 Fruits and Vegetables Have “phyto-nutrients” –Phyto means plants and think of it as “plants fight disease” ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health28 Portion Sizes do count © 20 Years AgoToday 333 calories 590 calories Calorie Difference: 257 calories
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health29 Portion Distortion ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health30 Watch Calories in Fast Foods Calories Burger King Double Whopper with cheese1010 Arby’s Curly Fries- Large600 McDonalds Crispy Chicken Sandwich503 Coca-Cola/Pepsi - 32 oz 309 Baskin Robbins Milkshake - Large 1290 Mocha Frappachino grande 410 10 g Trans fat ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health31 Portion Sizes do Count! Look at serving sizes on packages ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health32 Dinner Meal: Wrap up of suggestions ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health33 What a child eats, affects how well they learn. Food is meant to nourish and keep us healthy. ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health34 Be Active Family activities = fun and rewarding ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health35 Calories in = Calories out! ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health36 ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health37
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health39 Re-arrange the family or living room Turn on the music, not the TV Inside Your Home ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health40 Inside your Home ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health41 Inside Your Home Limit screen time to 2 hours a day After 30 minutes of computer or written work take a 3-5 minute break. ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health42 Outside your Home ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health43 Nutrition and Sports performance ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health44 Small Changes for Healthy Results Plan weekend family activity Limit screen time Focus on fun rather than skill ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health45 What is the best exercise for your child? THE ONE THEY WILL DO!!! ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health46 Wrap up What new ideas will you take home? ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health47 Guidelines for Healthier Kids You are the gatekeeper of what your children eat! ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health48 Guidelines for Healthier Kids Eat Breakfast every day ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health49 Guidelines for Healthier Kids Plan dinner meals together ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health50 Guidelines for Healthier Kids Fruits & veggies make great snacks ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health51 Guidelines for Healthier Kids Plan active family activities ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health52 Did we complete the goals of this workshop? Eating healthy = Healthy children Healthy meals and snacks can be easy to plan We all need to be active daily ©
PADAF 2009Make Time For Health53 Acknowledgements The original version was created (in part) by a grant from the Pennsylvania Attorney’s Office and the Pennsylvania Dietetic Association Foundation (PADAF) Developed and Coordinated by Patricia Sullivan MS RD LDN Assistance by Tina Amato MS RD LDN Mary Alice Gettings MS RD LDN Amy Deahl- Greenlaw RD LDN Janet Little MPh RD LDN Joyce Stevens RD LDN –A special thank you to the present and past Presidents of PADAF –Drexel University “Share” Program –Pennsylvania Department of Education –Philadelphia School Food Service Department/ Department of Education ©
PADAF 2005Make Time For Health1 Make Time for Health© Presentation By the Pennsylvania Dietetic Association Foundation (PADAF) ©
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