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Healthy Eating - title 1 2 3 Fiona Ross Manaia PHO Dietitian
Low carb – high fat diet Heart Foundation Two Ticks Sodium
NO! Packaged /processed Sugar/sugary foods Grain products Seed oils Refined Carbs Soya and soya products SNACKS Animal and Dairy fats Meat High Extreme Message
Lots of non starchy vegetables Palm sized protein Real foods Variety Control total calorie intake STOP when you are SATISFIED
Amount of Carbs Types of FatAmount of Fats Fibre Saturated fat and heart disease. Carbs – insulin resistance, hunger, addiction
Polarizing Research Interpretation Confusing messages
Moderate fat intake Healthy Fats Moderate Carbs less sugar and processed foods Lots of non-starchy vegetables Variety Eat real food Stop Eating when Satisfied
Adequate intake: +- 600 mg/day for body fluids 1600 mg/day to reduce risk of chronic disease 3500 mg/day kiwi average intake 2300 mg/day recommended upper limit
Blood pressure Atherosclerosis Gastric cancer Osteoporosis And others
Sodium 315mg 220mg 2mg
Healthy Eating - title 1 Eat REAL Food 2 Moderation 3 Stop Eating When Satisfied
Reading Labels How to determine which snack is best for you.
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Food Choices Teen years demand more nutrients and calories than any other time of life Poor Diet could lead to….. Heart Disease Obesity Cancer Osteoporosis.
Nutritious Meals Canada’s Guidelines to Healthy Eating.
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Special Diets Vegetarian and Medical Diets. Vegetarian Diets Lacto Vegetarian Includes milk products No meat Vegan No animal products. Only fruit,
Tina Busetto Regional Dietitian. Nutrition affects all the cells in your body! Impacts blood sugars, blood pressure and blood fats What else?
Label Reading 101. BREAKING DOWN THE NUTRITION FACTS LABEL The Nutrition Facts Label gives a lot of information but the key is to know how to use it to.
PALEOLITHIC DIET THIS DIET PROMOTES EATING THE WAY OUR ANCESTOR HUNTER-GATHERERS DID. FOCUS ON PROTEIN AND FAT FROM ANIMALS VEGETABLES AND SOME.
SOL: 8.4B SOL: 8.4C. PICK UP A JOUNAL PAPER FROM THE CHAIR SIT IN YOUR SQUAD AND ANSWER THE QUESTION. DO NOT DO THE BACK OF THE PAPER.
The Dietary Guidelines Revised Every 5 Years. The Dietary Guidelines 1.Balance Calories Carbohydrates 60% Fat 15% Protein 25% The average American eats.
What Is Nutrition? - Is defined as all body processes relating to food including: digestion, absorption, metabolism, circulation and Elimination -These.
Introduction to the Food Pyramid The Food Pyramid, developed by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), is an excellent tool to help you make healthy.
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The Basics of Low Carb Diets David S. Weed, Psy.D.
The Dietary Guidelines Revised Every 5 Years. The Dietary Guidelines 1.Eat Nutrient Dense Foods What does “Nutrient Dense” mean? Foods that have a lot.
Information found on the labels of prepackaged foods In Canada each prepackages food item must include: Nutritional facts table Ingredients List.
Nutrition. Why is good nutrition important? Energy Heart Health Immune System Mood Regulation Disease Prevention Healthy hair, eyes, nails, skin.
SUPERSIZE YOU!!! Mrs. Levin - Science Magnet Seminar.
Heart Attack When a section of the heart is blocked by fatty tissue, the blood can’t flow. This causes that section of the heart muscle to die due to the.
Read and Use Nutrition Labels. 2 Examples of Recommended Format of Nutrition Label Tabular format 1 7.
Food Group Notes Coach Reyes. A food group is a category of foods that contain similar nutrients. There are six food groups as illustrated by the Food.
Research CDC Standards
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Presentors: Terry Chhour Noel Kwok. What is Nutrition? Nutrition is the study of food, their nutrients and their effects of health.
Nutrition Labels Contains specific information about the product you are going to eat All labels are based upon a ________ calorie per day diet –Does.
Nutrition. A) THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION 1) U.S. HAS “WORST” DIET IN WORLD A) TOO HIGH IN TOTAL CALORIES B) TOO HIGH IN FATS AND OILS C) VERY LOW FIBER.
Healthy food. Healthy food is important to prevent chronic diseases: obesity, heart disease, diabetes or cancer Healthy food is fruit, vegetables, milk.
No Thanks! Dear “Junk Food”. Problem Definition 4 Relying on “junk food” most of the time for the daily dietary needs. 4 Just filling up the stomach to.
11 Tips to Eating Healthy 1.Eat a Variety of Nutrient Dense Foods. For good health you need at least 40 different nutrients. There is no single food that.
Leicestershire Nutrition & Dietetic Service Healthy Diet and Lifestyle in HIV Emma Lissaman Senior Dietician.
“DASH DIET” J.C. CARR “D-A-S-H”? The acronym DASH stands for dietary approaches to stop hypertension It helps prevent and lower high blood pressure.
Health and Nutrition. Overview Today we will learn about: Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Terms to know Dietary Reference Intakes Estimated Average Requirement Recommended Dietary Allowance Adequate.
Fats It’s all about balance. Types of Fats Saturated Fats Saturated Fats Unsaturated Fats Unsaturated Fats Can be monounsaturated or polyunsaturated Can.
Benefits of Nutrition. Heart Health A diet low in fats, cholesterol and sodium can lower your risk of heart disease. The types of fat in your diet play.
Gavin Preston Computers 8 Carbohydrates There are 2 major types of carbohydrate. The 2 types are simple & complex Simple carbohydrates are known as simple.
Averting Confusion! Two Types of Cholesterol Blood or serum cholesterol –Circulates in the bloodstream Dietary Cholesterol –Comes from food we eat (
MyPlate - MyPlate was released in June Recommendations are for 2 years of age and older.
Nutrition Notes Serving Size Calories Percent Daily Value (As of 1993!)
Learning Outcomes The student will be able to: 1. Read and understand food labels 2. State the components of food labels 3. Differentiate between the.
DO NOW: Last class I asked you to take notice of your cafeteria. Where there certain foods being advertised? Were those foods healthy or unhealthy? What.
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Nutrition 7 th and 8 th Grade. Entry Task Based on your past knowledge… Based on your past knowledge… What benefits does good nutrition have on your body.
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Do Now: 1.What are healthy foods? 2.List three carbohydrate foods. 3.List three protein foods. 4.Why is it important to eat healthy foods?
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