2 Calorie content ??? A) 150 calories 1) One plain bagel B) 180 calories D) 155E) 5F) 520G) 100H) 4051) One plain bagel2) 1 cup of chocolate milk3) 1 slice of apple pie4) 1 cup cooked spaghetti5) 1 stalk of celery6) 1 can of regular coke7) 1 quarter-pound hamburger with cheese8)1 pear
3 How did you do??? 1 plain bagel – 180 (B) 1 cup of chocolate milk – 210 (C)1 slice of apple pie – 405 (H)1 cup cooked spaghetti – 155 (D)1 stalk of celery – 5 (E)1 can of regular coke (A)1 qtr.-pound hamburger with cheese – 520 (F)1 pear (G)
4 Obesity Trends* Among U.S. AdultsBRFSS, 1990, 1998, 2006 (*BMI 30, or about 30 lbs. overweight for 5’4” person)199019982006No Data <10% 10%–14% 15%–19% 20%–24% 25%–29% ≥30%
5 Nutrition FactsReading The Labels On The Products You Buy & Eat
6 History of the LabelNutrition labeling for consumers has been around since the 70’sIt was only in that the USDA & FDA made labeling the law!
7 Importance to YouYou're a Consumer who must be able to make wise decisions and discern between facts and gimmicks! (low fat)Its your $$$ spend it wisely!
10 The 4 Simplified PartsPart 1Serving SizeHow Much Am I Consuming?
11 The 4 Simplified Parts Part 2 Calories & Nutrients Related to Chronic DiseaseLimit Intake of TheseHigh CaloriesHigh Cal from FatSaturated FatCholesterol
12 The 4 Simplified Parts Part 3 Nutrients we need to stay healthy Increase Intake of TheseFiberVitamin AVitamin CCalciumIron
13 The 4 Simplified Parts Part 4 Footnote This is How We Get The % Daily ValuesBased on a 2000 Calorie Diet
14 IngredientsWhat determines how they are listed?
15 Let’s Be RealisticUnless you really know your nutrition and have a lot of time to discern between products, choosing can be difficult!
16 A Realistic Approach Label Ease Method KISS Principle When monitoring what you eat, just take it one meal at a time. Don’t overwhelm yourself. Just think, “all I have to do is ensure I eat something healthy and fresh this ONE meal.” Then worry about the next meal when it comes.When preparing your meals for the week, stay simple. Pick your 5 favorite proteins and carbs, and then mix and match them to make meals. Make sure you include some fresh vegetables along the way.
17 Label Ease It’s a method of raising and lowering your fingers The Magic Number is 10!
18 Label Ease Raise a Finger if… 10% > Vitamin A 10% > Vitamin C 10% > Calcium (Ca)10% > Iron (Fe)10% or 5g > Protein10% > Fiber
19 Label Ease Lower a Finger if… 10% > Total Fat 200 > Calories 10% > Cholesterol
20 Label EaseIf You Have ANY Fingers Left Standing The Food Is Nutrient Dense
21 Lets Try OneBroccoliHow Many FingersDo You HaveStanding?
22 Quiz Time #1OatmealHow Many FingersDo You HaveStanding?
23 Quiz Time #2CheeriosHow Many FingersDo You HaveStanding?
24 Quiz Time #3Plain ChipsHow Many FingersDo You HaveStanding?
25 Quiz Time #4Raw AppleHow Many FingersDo You HaveStanding?
26 Quiz Time #5StuffingHow Many FingersDo You HaveStanding?
27 Quiz Time #6Pumpkin PieHow Many FingersDo You HaveStanding?
28 Your TurnLets Look At Some of the Products You Brought In!