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1 Food for Life Healthy Cooking and Eating to Beat Diabetes Class 6: Holidays and Feast Days; Healthy Families; Graduation!

2 Let’s Review – Foods to Fight Diabetes Avoid animal products Avoid fats: Anything with lard, shortening, butter or oil Choose good carbohydrates: Good grains (oatmeal, corn, rices, tortillas, pasta) Vegetables Sweet potatoes, yams and small types of potatoes Beans, peas, lentils Fruits Avoid bad carbohydrates: Sugar White flour White and wheat bread Most cold cereals Baking potatoes

3 Let’s Start Another Weekly Menu Planner

4 How are you doing? Meals or dishes you tried? Successes to share? Challenges you’d like help with?

5 Today’s Class – Holidays and Feast Days; Family Health; Graduation Your questions answered Redo Favorite Recipes Are some foods addicting? What to do? Ideas for Special Occasions Family Health Graduation

6 Recipe Do-Overs Got health problems? Let’s do some “surgery” on popular recipes.

7 Can foods be addicting?

8 How to Magnetize a Baby

9 Baby, 9 –12 weeks of age Sit face-to-face, 15 inches apart Smith BA. Devel Psychol 1990;26:731-7. Blass EM. Monogr Soc Res Child Dev 1994;59:1-96.

10 1 tsp sugar + 1 cup water Smith BA. Devel Psychol 1990;26:731-7. Blass EM. Monogr Soc Res Child Dev 1994;59:1-96.

11 Blass EM. Devel Psychol 2001;37:762-74. University of Massachusetts at Amherst

12 Blass EM. Devel Psychol 2001;37:762-74. University of Massachusetts at Amherst

13 Sugar Sugar → opiate release

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16 Is Sugar a Problem? Sugar, 1 teaspoon Chocolate chip cookies (2) Soda, 20 ounces Twizzlers (2.5 oz.) Calories 15 90 250 263

17 Soda Serving Sizes 6-ounce bottles 12-ounce cans 16-ounce bottles 20-ounce bottles

18 Coca-Cola (20 oz.) 68 grams sugar + 78 mg caffeine 250 calories Pennington, Bowes and Church's Food Values of Portions Commonly Used (Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven, 1998)

19 Coca-Cola “Caffeine is not addictive.” From the Coca-Cola Web site: www2.coca-cola.com/contactus/myths_rumors/ingredients_addictive.html accessed February 15, 2005

20 Spot the Addicting Food

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22 The Chocolate “Drugstore” Caffeine (5-10 mg)* Theobromine Phenylethylamine Slows breakdown of anandamide *Compare to coffee (100 mg) In truth, foods that contain chocolate taste so good because of the fat and sugar that are combined with this drugstore of chemicals.

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24 Casomorphins Opiates that form as casein (milk protein) is digested.

25 Cheese (2 oz.) American Cheddar Goat Mozzarella Swiss Calories 192 228 206 160 214 Fat (grams) 14 19 17 12 16 Pennington, Bowes and Church's Food Values of Portions Commonly Used (Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven, 1998)

26 Cholesterol (per ounce) Cheddar American Roast sirloin Chicken breast, skinless Salmon, Atlantic Beans, grains Vegetables, fruits Cholesterol 28 36 25 24 20 0 Pennington, Bowes and Church's Food Values of Portions Commonly Used (Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven, 1998)

27 Dairy Products Arthritis Migraine Digestive Problems

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30 Wendy’s “Cheddar Lover’s Bacon Cheeseburger” promotion sold: 2.25 million pounds of cheese 380 tons of fat 1.2 tons of pure cholesterol USDA Report to Congress on the Dairy Promotion Programs, 2000 The U.S. Government at Work

31 Wendy’s “Cheddar Lover’s Bacon Cheeseburger” Subway’s “Chicken Cordon Bleu,” “Honey Pepper Melt” Pizza Hut’s “Ultimate Cheese Pizza” Burger King, Taco Bell USDA Report to Congress on the Dairy Promotion Programs, 2000 The U.S. Government at Work

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33 Pounds of Cheese Per Person Per Year Year:1909Year: 2005 4 pounds31 pounds

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36 Meat May Be “Addicting,” Too Ham ↓ 10% Salami ↓ 25% Tuna ↓ 50% Yeomans MR, Wright P, Macleod HA, Critchley JAJH. Effects of nalmefene on feeding in humans. Psychopharmacology 1990;100:426-32. →

37 Benefits of Meatless Diets Reverse heart disease Lose ~ 10% of body weight ↓ cancer risk by ~ 40% ↓ blood pressure Improve or reverse diabetes ↓ risk of Alzheimer’s disease?

38 Extra Help in Breaking Food Cravings 1.Start with a healthy breakfast. 2.Use foods to hold blood sugar steady. 3.Don’t cut calories.

39 Extra Help in Breaking Food Cravings 4. Avoid temptation and triggers.

40 Extra Help in Breaking Food Cravings 5. Exercise and rest. 6.Involve friends and family for support. 7.Take advantage of other motivators.

41 HOLIDAYS and FEAST DAYS What are some menu ideas that will ensure we are all around to enjoy many more? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

42 Feeding the Family Is the Power Plate OK for: Children? Athletes? Elders?

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44 Nutrition Guidelines from the American Dietetic Association Well-planned vegan…diets are appropriate for all stages of the life cycle, including during pregnancy, lactation, infancy, childhood, and adolescence. American Dietetic Association, 2009

45 Important Considerations for All Ages and Stages of Life Include foods from all 4 sections of the Power Plate. Be sure to include a source of Vitamin B12.

46 Let’s Cook!

47 Keeping It Going www.21DayKickstart.org www.ThePowerPlate.org What will you do to keep using all of the good information you have learned?

48 Thank you for coming! Please fill out a Comments Page


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