Presentation on theme: "10 Chapter Choices for Your Healthy Weight"— Presentation transcript:
1 10 Chapter Choices for Your Healthy Weight A healthy lifelong weight promotes overall wellness. Eat smart and be physically active to reach and maintain your healthy weight.
2 Content Vocabulary Academic Vocabulary healthy weight determine body compositionBody Mass Indexunderweightoverweightobesitybody imageenergy balancefad dietdeterminesignificant
3 Every Body Is Different People of all shapes and sizes, not just tall and slim, can be happy and healthy.You Are Still GrowingGaining weight as you grow is natural.Everyone grows at different rates.A few teens keep growing until their early 20s.MS deviation: didn’t bullet first sentence on slide. Edited last bullet point to match book’s revised content.
4 Your Healthy WeightHealthy weight varies from one person to the next—for teens as well as adults. Many factors determine healthy weight, such as age, height, growth pattern, gender, and body type.healthy weightAppropriate weight.MS indicates inclusion of figure 10.1, page 149.MS Deviation: parsed vocabulary over four slides.
5 Your Healthy WeightBecause body types are so different, body composition is a better measure of how fit you are than your body weight alone.body compositionThe measure of how much bone, muscle, fluids, and body fat you have.MS Deviation: parsed vocabulary over four slides.
6 Your Healthy WeightBody Mass Index is one way to understand your height and weight patterns.Body Mass IndexShows weight in relation to height.MS Deviation: parsed vocabulary over four slides.
7 Your Healthy WeightFind your BMI on the charts on the following slide to determine a weight range that is right for you.determineTo decide by looking at choices.MS Deviation: parsed vocabulary over four slides. Altered body content to include “on the following slide” and “weight.”
8 Your Healthy Weight What Is Your BMI? Divide your weight in pounds by your height in inches.Divide this number by your height in inches.Multiply the result by 703.MS indicates inclusion of Figure 10.2, page I also removed the “track your height” as it pertains to figure 10.1 and not 10.2 and is not a part of the process of determining BMI.
9 Weight IssuesHow much you weigh influences your physical and mental health. Being underweight can be harmful.underweightHaving too little body fat.MS Deviations: parsed content into 4 slides instead of one.
10 Weight Issues It is also harmful to be overweight. overweight overweightHaving too much body fat.MS Deviations: parsed content into 4 slides instead of one.
11 Weight IssuesObesity is a serious health problem that can increase risk factors for diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and some forms of cancer.obesityHaving a significant amount of excess of body fat.MS Deviations: parsed content into 4 slides instead of one.
12 Weight IssuesObese means having a significant amount of excess of body fat.significantMeasurably large.MS Deviations: parsed content into 4 slides instead of one.
13 Accept Your Body TypeIt is important to accept the body you have. How you see yourself—overweight, underweight, just right—is body image. Healthy teens do not try to achieve someone else’s idea of a perfect body.body imageHow you view your body.
14 Smart Choices for Your Healthy Weight Extra pounds may mean your body is growing.Balance the Energy EquationYou do not need to count calories to control your weight. Instead, to achieve a healthy weight you need to maintain an energy balance.energy balanceWhen what you eat and how much energy you spend equals the same amount.
15 Smart Choices for Your Healthy Weight Stay BalancedYou maintain weight when the calories you eat and drink equal the calories you burn.You lose weight when the calories you eat and drink are less than the calories you burn.You gain weight when the calories you eat and drink are greater than the calories you burn.PhysicalMentalSocialEmotionalWellnessMS Deviation: Did not use the bullet points the ms directed. I felt they would have been too distracting. Divided ms content into two slides
16 Smart Choices for Your Healthy Weight Keep Your Healthy WeightLearn how much you need to eat from each food group in MyPyramid.Know how many discretionary calories you have to spend.Stay physically active.As you get older, keep exercising and eating smart.Forget about dieting.PhysicalMentalSocialEmotionalWellnessMS Deviation: Did not use the bullet points the ms directed. I felt they would have been too distracting. Divided ms content into two slides
17 A Slow, Sensible Path to Reach Weight Goals You may need to lose or gain weight someday. To help you reach your weight goal, track your food intake and physical activity.Strategies to lose weight:Strategies to gain weight:Choose nutrient-dense foods.Stay physically active.Do not skip meals.Eat nutrient-dense snacks often.Pay attention to portion sizes.Use food labels to find foods with more calories.Use food labels to find foods with fewer calories.Eat several small meals if your appetite is small.PhysicalMentalSocialEmotionalWellnessMS Deviation: Revised layout; ms was busy and confusing.
18 Why Fad Diets Are Not the Best Choice A fad diet does not help develop healthy patterns of eating and physical activity for the long run.Avoid these risky diet fads:All-liquid dietsFastingDiet pillsMS Deviation: revised definition to match book.fad dietWeight-loss plan popular for a short time.
19 After You Read Review Key Concepts Explain the factors that determine your healthy weight.Healthy weight varies from one person to the next and depends on age, height, growth pattern, and body type.
20 After You Read Review Key Concepts Discuss the reasons to maintain a healthy weight.A person who maintains a healthy weight has a better chance of good overall health. A person who is underweight will have too little body fat and can cause poor growth, depression, infections, and other diseases. A person who is overweight or obese will have too much body fat and can have a higher risk of diabetes, heart disease, and some types of cancer. Being overweight can also affect your mental and social health negatively.MS deviation: cut some content to fit on slide and maintain template formatting.
21 After You Read Review Key Concepts Describe ways to achieve and maintain your healthy weight.To maintain weight, stay physically active and learn how much you need from each MyPyramid food group. Choose the right amount to provide enough food energy for growth and know how many discretionary calories you can spend and choose them wisely. Forget the notion of dieting; instead, keep the weight that is right for you as your body grows.MS deviation: cut some content to fit on slide and maintain template formatting.
22 After You Read Review Key Concepts Explain why fad diets do not promote healthy patterns of eating.Fad diets may advise you to crash diet or skip meals. Smart ways to manage your weight include balancing calories consumed with calories used for energy; eat the right amount of foods from each MyPyramid food group; know how many discretionary calories you have to spend and use them wisely; stay physically active; adjust exercise and eating habits as you get older to maintain the right balance.
23 Choices for Your Healthy Weight End ofChapter 10Choices for Your Healthy Weight