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Unit 19 Nutrition and Diets Page 409. Copyright © 2004 by Thomson Delmar Learning. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.2 :Label your foldable…  Pg 1 –Nutrition –Nutirional.

or cancer Copyright © 2004 by Thomson Delmar Learning. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.57 Fat-Restricted Diets  Also called low-fat diet  Used for patients with gallbladder and liver disease, obesity, and certain heart diseases  Avoid foods high in fat Copyright © 2004 by Thomson /RIGHTS RESERVED.61 Healthy Diet  See f on outline Copyright © 2004 by Thomson Delmar Learning. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.62 Design a menu  Refer to Red DHO text books  Pages 261-264  Create a menu for one day for the diet you have been /

A Look at Today’s Popular Diets. Scientists, medical professionals, and nutritionists are now coming to understand the complex nature of weight control,

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Truth about Fad Diets Obesity, Health and the Student.

Record Straight: The Truth About Fad Diets Obesity FOver 50 percent of Americans are overweight. FOne in three adults is obese. Why? â Sedentary lifestyle â Poor food choices â Obsession with dieting â Lack of time The U.S. Diet Industry Almost $40 billion per year/ cheese sauces FAsk for dressing or condiments on the side FRequest a take-home container FLook for light or heart healthy menu FOrder calorie free beverages FWatch for key words signaling high kcal: â Fried, creamed, pan-fried, sautéed, alfredo/

Pediatric Obesity Interventions Marsha D. Marcus, Ph.D. June 7, 2007.

in overweight Comprehensive family-based behavioral lifestyle interventions should be the cornerstone of obesity treatment Successful Programs –Use balanced calorie-deficit diets –Incorporate state-of-the-art behavioral strategies –Target parents as well as / varying stages of development Research integrating lifestyle programs with medication Bariatric surgery for children and adolescents Menu Provision We conducted a pilot study with families who were provided the standard KidQuest program along /

Obesity: why a big issue? Overview of the public health problem Pamela Mason.

than energy expenditure Energy expenditure Energy intake Adipose tissue Causes of ObesityObesity is a complex and multi-factorial disease : –Metabolic –Genetic –Medications  Environmental & Behavioural –Changes in PA & Diet The Availability of Energy-dense Foods  A move away from the traditional diet  An increase in the use of convenience foods  A decrease in cooking, menu planning and shopping skills  An increase in the consumption of/

Approaches to Obesity Prevention and Treatment at School-Based Health Centers Matt Haemer MD Assistant Professor in Pediatrics Section of Nutrition CU.

MI for Pediatric Weight Management Online Tutorial http://www.kphealtheducation.org/pwm/ Collaborative Goal Setting Use a menu of changes Choose targets together Use a nonjudgmental style Elicit Confidence in the Change  Uncover barriers /* More frequent visits, written diet and exercise plans; RD +/- psychol Stage 3 Comprehensive Multidisciplinary Intervention if 3 - 6 months of structured weight management has failed to achieve targets. Children’s* Multidisciplinary obesity care team (dietitian, behavior,/

Agribusiness and your Diet. The nature of agribusiness Agriculture is a primary activity. This means that it is an activity that involves extracting raw.

.[31] A 6-year experiment revealed that monkeys fed a trans-fat diet gained 7.2% of their body weight, as compared to 1.8% for monkeys on a mono-unsaturated fat diet. Researchers at Harvard University found that the trans fat created by the /-fat-free oil that wont change the taste or texture of its top-selling menu item: french fries. McDonalds decision to jettison trans fats represents a late but significant move. As obesity rates have risen, the fast-food industry has come under pressure from health and/

RESTAURANT OWNERS’ PERPECTIVES ON OFFERING HEALTHIER MENU ITEMS G. Gambino Dietetic Intern, Division of Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca,

menu planning and identify: Main factors considered in the process Benefits of, and barriers to, adding healthier options The rise in obesity correlates with the rise in dining out: Amount of U.S. adults overweight or obese has risen 34% since 1970. (1) Amount of meals purchased away from home has risen 21% since 1970. (2) Restaurant menus do not reflect a healthful diet/

Local policies related to restaurant menu labeling: Barriers, facilitating factors, and the role of local health departments A thesis presentation by Elizabeth.

. Ann Intern Med 2006 Sep 5;145(5): 18. Stein K. A national approach to restaurant menu labeling: The patient protection and affordable health care act, section 4205. J Am Diet Assoc 2010 Sep;110(9):1280,6, 1288-9. 19. Nestle M. Health care reform in /. Am J Public Health 2010 Feb;100(2):312-8. 25. Kuo T, Jarosz CJ, Simon P, Fielding JE. Menu labeling as a potential strategy for combating the obesity epidemic: A health impact assessment. Am J Public Health 2009 Sep;99(9):1680-6. 26. Bassett MT, Dumanovsky T,/

Chapter 9 Energy Balance and Weight Management. A Closer Look at Obesity Bodies come in many shapes and sizes. Which are healthy? © 2007 Thomson - Wadsworth.

not.  A study found a positive correlation between over-fatness and a diet offering a wide variety of snacks and sweets. © 2007 Thomson - Wadsworth Contributing Factors for Obesity Set-point theory:  Some researchers suggest that the body “wants” to /2007 Thomson - Wadsworth Weight- Loss © 2007 Thomson - Wadsworth Copyright 2010, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Weight Management on the Menu Watch your serving size Pour chips or crackers into a one-serving bowl rather than eating right from the bag or box. Check/

Research on Nutritional Contributors to Obesity Neal D. Barnard, M.D. Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine 5100 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Suite 400.

83S. 1955 1965 1975 1985 1994 Dietary Patterns and Obesity Asia Grain-Centered Diet Obesity Is Rare U.S., Prior to 1980 Meat-Centered Diet Obesity Is Common U.S. After 1980 Meat-Centered Diet + Extra Calories Obesity Is an Epidemic Differential Roles for Carbohydrate Asia Carbohydrate-/ Every 10 g non-dairy animal protein 1.21 mL/min per 1.73 m 2 drop in GFR Atkins Maintenance Diet suggested menu: 135 g protein per day GFR = Glomerular filtration rate Knight EL Ann Intern Med 2003;138:460-7. Prevalence of/

Obesity Prachi Desai, Jacquelyn Ferrance ,Vincent Nardone,

revenue from Women’s plus sized clothing stores in 2012 •40 billion USD spent on diet products in 2008 •72 million Americans have spent money related to being on a diet in 2010 How is obesity measured (Adults)? •BMI = mass (kg)/ (height (m))2 •BMI = /see diet as less important + order higher calorie snack/sandwich Obesity Prevention: Policy New York City’s attempt to ban beverages larger than 16 ounces (New York Times, 2012) Affordable Care Act: Chain Restaurants must post caloric information on menu boards/

Food, Health, Hunger, and Obesity Texas United Methodist Women Legislative Summit January 24, 2010 Eduardo Sanchez, MD, MPH VP and Chief Medical Officer,

action steps highlighted 12 Most Promising Action Steps Attract supermarkets and grocery stores to underserved neighborhoods Require menu labeling in chain restaurants Mandate and implement strong nutrition standards for foods and beverages in government-run/health interventions 9.Complacency that past actions will serve well in future may retard future progress. For diet, and especially obesity, there is still insufficient research of community based interventions to show best practices. Investment in large/

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too many saturated fats can lead to obesity, high cholesterol levels, and increased risk of heart disease. Chapter 7 Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Section 1 Carbohydrates, Fats, and Proteins / these foods? Chapter 7 Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Section 4 Choosing a Healthful Diet Objectives Identify why certain foods are called junk foods. Describe examples of healthful snacks. Compare the /

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too many saturated fats can lead to obesity, high cholesterol levels, and increased risk of heart disease. Chapter 7 Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Section 1 Carbohydrates, Fats, and Proteins / these foods? Chapter 7 Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Section 4 Choosing a Healthful Diet Objectives Identify why certain foods are called junk foods. Describe examples of healthful snacks. Compare the /

Obesity prevention recommendations for families. Healthy Eating and Active Lifestyles Begin at Home It hardly needs saying that families are one of the.

age, or whole pasteurized milk for children ages 1 to 2 (1,2,4)124 Provide a varied and balanced diet that emphasizes minimally processed foods  Offer a mix of different colored vegetables each day, especially dark green and red/meets written standards (1,4)14  Engage in conversations about healthy eating, including taking menu suggestions from parents consistent with healthy guidelines (1,4)14 The Obesity Prevention Source Early Child Care Early Child Care Nutrition Early Child Care Nutrition—Source List /

Designing A Healthy Diet By: Gabrielle Noch & Elizabeth Gooden.

it is called pre-hypertension Causes Stress/ Anxiety Pregnancy (pre-eclampsia) Ethnic Background (African Americans more likely) Obese Alcoholic Diabetes Smoker Obesity Obesity occurs when a person consumes more calories than he or she burns. For many people this boils down to /consume more fresh vegetables rather than fruit juices. The average fruit a teen should consume daily is 2 cups Sample Healthy Diet Menu Breakfast- 1 cup of cottage cheese with berries, 1 hard boiled egg, 1 cup of low fat milk or tea/

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May reduce the risk of developing some diseases like heart disease, diabetes and obesity, and certain types of cancer. Helps promote regularity. ©2002 Learning Zone/avoid a nutrient deficiency is to eat a well balanced diet. ©2002 Learning Zone Express ©2002 Learning Zone Express/not just water), and you must provide snacks. 7 Day Menu Group Names___________________________________________________ Family Situation_______________________________________ Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday /

Chapter 7 What is Nutrition?

solid at room temperature. They come from foods such as meat and milk. Eating too many saturated fats can lead to obesity, high cholesterol levels, and increased risk of heart disease. Header – dark yellow 24 points Arial Bold Body text –/0" Dietary Guidelines for Americans Section 3 Meeting Your Nutritional Needs Chapter 7 Dietary Guidelines for Americans Choose Sensibly Choose a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol. Choose food and drink to moderate sugar intake. Choose and prepare foods with less /

Applications of the CDC – National Park Service Healthy Foods Evaluation for State and Local Parks Obesity Prevention and Control Branch LCDR Alyson B.

Beverage Vending Machine ContentsMean (SE) Proportion of “healthy” drinks18% (+0.08) Proportion of “diet” drinks17% (+0.01) Proportion of “sugar” drinks65% (+0.04) “Healthier” Vending / water, energy or sports drink DRAFT: Analysis ongoing September Results – Kids Menus Kids Menu Characteristics (n=50 restaurants) % (SE) ≥ 1 healthy entree54 (10) Nutrition /agoodman@cdc.gov Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity Obesity Prevention and Control Branch Partnering with State Parks Ruth Coleman/

1 Keystone Forum on Away-from-Home Foods: Opportunities for Preventing Weight Gain and Obesity.

foods are an important and growing source of calories in the diets of many Americans. Managing calorie intake, wherever the source, is an essential part of weight management and obesity prevention. More of Americans’ total food budget is used for/ reduce calorie intake. A scientific survey should be conducted about the experiences of operators and restaurateurs in developing menu items that could aid in weight management. 15 Providing consumers with nutrition information Away-from-home food establishments /

Dietary Intake and Obesity Kiyah Duffey Department of Nutrition The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill April 14, 2008.

Developed by Dr. Penny Gordon Larsen, UNC Chapel Hill Dept of Nutrition for the NHLBI Workshop: Predictors of Obesity, Weight Gain, Diet, and Physical Activity; August 2004, Bethesda MD Food Choice Dietary Patterns & Nutrient Intake: Type, Amount,/-distance foods  Upcoming class, April 23rd Acceptable interventions?  Nutrition labeling at point of purchase; restaurant menus, menu boards NY City Health Department Proposed Regulation Selected References Books:  Food Politics, Marion Nestle  The Hungry Gene/

FDA Obesity Working Group Presentation to Presentation to FDA Science Board April 22, 2004 Alan M. Rulis.

nutrition information for foods consumed away from home, e.g., in a restaurant setting, and 2) education to combat pediatric obesity. 3 Foods Eaten Away from Home Proposed Scope of Work for Facilitator 1. What nutrition information will be most helpful for /nutrition information be presented in context (e.g., as percent of daily value, comparison to 2,000 calorie/day diet, comparison to other menu items)? 9 Foods Eaten Away from Home Proposed Scope of Work for Facilitator 7. How should FDA proceed to /

COME AND EAT HERE. Underweight = <18.5 Normal weight = 18.5 ---24.9 Overweight = 25---29.9 ( 极度肥胖 )Obesity = BMI of 30 or greater 身体质量指数 weight (kg) [height.

COME AND EAT HERE Underweight = <18.5 Normal weight = 18.5 ---24.9 Overweight = 25---29.9 ( 极度肥胖 )Obesity = BMI of 30 or greater 身体质量指数 weight (kg) [height (m)]² Formula( 公式 ): = ? Functions of food Maintain life Keep healthy Prevent diseases Supply/ Wang Pengwei’s restaurant was full of people. 2.He provided a balanced diet in his menu. 3.Yong Hui served a balanced diet. 4.Yong Hui could make people thin in two weeks by giving them a good diet. T F F F 5.Wang Pengwei’s customers often became fat after /

Hunger-Free Communities Program Director

activity guidelines Menu labeling environment Parental knowledge, awareness and demand for healthy foods and environments What is Going Well Number of children eating a healthy diet is improving Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion. Diet Quality of/ concern… Childhood Obesity The trend for childhood obesity is that it s decreasing Effective Treatment of Obesity Evidence suggests that the key components of a successful treatment program include: Modify diet (i.e., traffic light diet) Limit sedentary /

Tackling the Childhood Obesity Problem - Adults as Role Models Claudia Raya, RD Massachusetts Department of Education, Nutrition Programs and Services.

resemble? –Are you serving USDA fast food –Is it enough to meet USDA recommended guidelines? –Evaluate your menu Surgeon General asks Communities to Address Obesity,healthlink.mcw.edu/article What Can I Do? Look around lunch room? Do you have vending machines a/-82 Percent of overweight children, aged 5-10, with 1 or more adverse CVD risk factor levels: 60.6% Challenges in the Diets of U.S. Children High intakes –energy –total fat –saturated fat –added sugars Low intakes –calcium –fiber –fruits –vegetables –/

School Breakfast and National School Lunch Program

Child Feeding Programs Initiatives that Influence the School Breakfast Program and National School Lunch Program Meal Program Definitions Menu Components Updated School Breakfast Program and School Lunch Program Requirements Offer Versus Serve What’s New for 2014-/like a place setting to make choosing a healthy diet easier TELL: Recent legislation provides improvements to help children access healthier, more nutritious food options to help combat obesity. A combination of several initiatives led to the /

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prefer to be run over by a truck than be fat. (Graessar, 1996) Healthy Diet/Exercise www.surgeongeneral.gov/topics/obesity/ The Surgeon General’s Call to Action to Prevent and Decrease Overweight and Obesity Being physically active can help you attain or maintain a healthy weight! Healthy Diet/Exercise www.whitehouse.gov/infocus/fitness/ execsummary.html The President’s Health and Fitness Initiative/

Nutritional Wellness Coaching Your Client to Making Nutritional Changes that Last Certified Obesity Management Specialist, COMS The American College of.

milkshakes  Soda, fruit juice lemonade, other sugary drinks The American College of Wellness, Certified Obesity Management Specialist Fad Diets  May offer rapid weight loss initially  Usually extremely low-calorie plans  Overemphasize one/The American College of Wellness, Certified Obesity Management Specialist Healthy Eating when Eating Out  Preplan  Know sources.  Order sauces, dressings, margarine, toppings on the side.  Choose restaurant with variety.  Preview menu.  Call restaurant in advance./

Trends of Portion Size and Obesity: What Healthcare providers should know! Amalie Shanks Advisor: Geza Bruckner.

diameter 275 calories 3.5 inch diameter Calorie Difference: 220 calories Larger Portions Equals More Calories participants were served the same menu for 2 days over 3 weeks with only the portion size changing served 100%, 150% or 200% of baseline / high and low fat diets, obesity prevalence was greater than 10% in those groups consuming <9 servings/day Both high fat and low fat diets, obesity was less than 10% in those consuming >9 servings/day Both high fat and low fat diets, obesity was less than 10%/

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small intestine. Chapter 8 Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Lesson 1 Nutrition and Your Life What Is a Diet? Diets A diet is a pattern of eating that includes what a person eats, how much a person eats, /person cannot control how much he or she eats. Binge Eaters Binge eaters are at risk for the health problems associated with obesity. They are at risk for high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, gall bladder and heart disease, strokes, and some /

“You can’t run from a bad diet*.” A dietary approach to prevention and treatment of cancer Barbara A. Gower, PhD UAB Department of Nutrition Sciences *http://fanaticcook.com/2014/05/08/study-inactivity-does-not-lead-to-fatness-its-the-other-way-around.

CH3 Mutations Insulin Glucose Oxidative Stress Mitochondria “Engines” of the cells; Burn fuel, produce energy (ATP) Summary: Obesity-cancer connection Obesity is a “marker” for high blood sugar and high insulin Cancer cells need sugar and insulin Reducing sugar and /fat –Cheese (4 oz/d) –Olives (6/d); ½ avocado –Mayonnaise and cream (2 Tb/d) This diet will “starve” cancer cells Sample menu CaloriesFat (g)Carbohydrates (g)Protein (g) Breakfast Coffee200.10.2 Cream11710.33.92.7 Three eggs26220.31.318.7 /

1 FDA Obesity Work Group Knowledge Base Subgroup Richard Canady, Ph.D., DABT, Corinna Sorenson, M.P.H., M.H.S.A., and Donna Robie Howard, Ph.D. October.

Nutrition Letter  University of Pennsylvania  Research Related to Nutrition and Prevention of Obesity Slide 3 Example of Industry Activity  Kraft Foods  Worldwide Health & Wellness / Tray Liners – “Ask for a Nutrition Guide”  McDonald’s Healthy Lifestyle Initiative  Menu Choices  Physical Activity  Education  Bag a McMeal Slide 5 Foundations  International Food Information/make informed food choices in the context of a healthy diet. Power of Choice Guided activities and material to motivate /

Food Inc: “The Dollar Menu” Jocelyn Rodriguez English 100 April 8, 2015.

normal weight. Studies also show a link between Type 2 diabetes and a diet of refined carbohydrates, which causes insulin spikes in the bloodstream. Cont.  Income, diet, obesity, and Type 2 diabetes are all related, and the film suggests that our/; people shouldn’t have to choose between having healthy food and medicine Key Terms 1. Dollar Menu 2. Convenient 3. Diabetes 4. Insulin 5. Obesity 6. Diet 7. Food choices 8. Personal responsibility 9. Sufficient income 10. Healthy food choices Critical Questions /

Strategy: Now Next Later Specialising in Nutritional Recipe & Menu Management, Healthier Food & Specialist Diet and New Product Development.

Recipe & Menu Management, Healthier Food & Specialist Diet and New Product Development Healthier Food & Diet Awareness Healthier Food & Diet awareness continues apace across all sectors of the UK food industry led by government and consumers in regard to obesity and other / day (1 day kitchen practical, 1 CIEH Accredited ) bespoke course in Healthier Food and Specialist Diet Review current menu and recipe information available Recommend what changes and adjustments to be made to the menus and recipes Agree/


needed Solutions Theory Interesting websites HEALTHY DIET AND NUTRITIONAL LABELS INTRODUCTION In our daily life, many of the risk factors in terms of health are related to the way we eat and move. As the childhood obesity is increasing in recent years, / first exercise is corrected and reviewed, students are placed in the same groups as in the previous exercise. Following the menu prepared in the previous activity, and now they know the meaning and importance of nutrients, they must choose between different /

Elena Serrano, PhD Associate Professor, Extension Specialist Human Nutrition, Foods, & Exercise Virginia Tech MENU LABELING: FROM RESTAURANTS TO THE BOTTOM.

restaurants, and:  total calories  fat  saturated fat  fruit and vegetables  milk  negative metabolic outcomes  weight status DIET, HEALTH, AND EATING AWAY FROM HOME (Lin 1999; Paeratakul, Ferdinand et al. 2003; Bowman, Gortmaker et al. 2004; Duffey/, final nutrient info., considering space on menus and menu boards)  Currently proposed as displayed “clearly and prominently”  Will a national menu labeling mandate change food purchases and help lower obesity rates?  Will it help shape and change our/

Presented By: Mr. Sultan Alenazi 1.  Overweight.  Causes of obesity.  Treatment of obesity.  Weight management.  Weight maintenance.  Underweight.

obesity/obese children than in lean children, and obese/Thus obesity develops /obese /obese /obesity/obesity.  Genes may not cause obesity/Obese people generally have high leptin /obesity ( obesity/ obesity/ obesity./obesity that slows/diet and increased physical activity).  Orlistat (Xenical): a drug used in the treatment of obesity/ obesity “morbid obesity”/eating a high fat diet tends to overeat,/a high fiber diet. 23 Physical /diet.  Helps control weight and lower the risk of becoming obese/obesity and he /

Childhood Obesity: Causes, Consequences, and Solutions Relatives As Parents Program Grantees The Brookdale Foundation Jana R. Kicklighter, PhD,RD Associate.

be flexible: a family meal could be a picnic prior to a sports event Benefits of Family Meals  More healthful diets  Better school performance  Grandparents serve as role models for healthful attitudes toward food and eating  Grandparents can model /Wootan MG, Batada A, Marchlewicz E. Kid’s Meals: Obesity on the Menu. Center for Science in the Public Interest. Available at: www.cspinet.org/kidsmeals.www.cspinet.org/kidsmeals Children’s Menu Hall of Shame  Chili’s Country-fried chicken crispers, cinnamon/


Activity Materials Solutions Theory Interesting websites HEALTHY DIET AND NUTRITION LABELS INTRODUCTION In our daily life, many health risk factors are related to how we eat and move about. As childhood obesity has been increasing over recent years, we/not to have too much. Nutrition label provides consumers with information about the food’s nutritional properties. 4) MENU LABELING Breakfast Oranges for making juice Cereals Fat-free milk Morning Snack Apple Lunch Brown rice Vegetables Roast chicken Pineapple/

Chapter 2 Lecture The Science of Nutrition Third Edition © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Designing a Healthful Diet.

and calcium loss) –Fat (consume "healthy" fats in moderation; avoid saturated and trans fats) –Sugars (contribute significantly to obesity and tooth decay) –Alcohol (provides no nutrients and can lead to numerous serious conditions if consumed in excess) © 2014 Pearson/filled with cheese or meat –Order your meal from the childrens menu –Order broth-based rather than cream-based soups © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Eating Out on a Healthful Diet More guidelines for eating out healthfully: –Select lean cuts of/

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Cholesterol levels Angina Atherosclerosis Thrombosis Back pain and osteoporosis Back pain Certain cancers Anxiety related disorders Obesity Teamwork and co-operation development UNIT 1 – Information SOCIAL BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATING IN PHYSICAL /Cardio-Vascular System Cardio-Respiratory System UNIT 1 - Links Cardio-Vascular System Cardio-Respiratory System Muscular/ Skeletal Systems Diet/ Nutrition – Fuel for Exercise Motivation Adherence Goal-Setting Performance, Provision, Participation (Section A) UNIT 1 -/

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by trying carbonated brands. Choose plain or lemon, lime and berry flavors. Obesity in a Bottle Review Child and Teen Obesity Rises Soda – Obesity/Bone Loss Link Diet Soda Can Backfire Beware Performance Drinks Fancy Drinks Have Fancy Calories  We’ve looked/quenchers. Smoothies, fancy coffee drinks and sweetened ice teas have surprisingly high calorie counts. Obesity in a Bottle Review Choose 100% Juice Put Milk on Your Menu Drink Water, Water Everywhere Are you beginning to think nothing is safe to drink?/

An Ounce of Prevention is worth a pound Shaping Habits That Shape Obesity Ohio Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics Ohio Department of Health Ohio Dietetics.

to 1-2 hours per day Five- and Six-Year Visits Daily diet suggestions –A nutritious breakfast every day –School lunch or a quality brown/ including computers games TV movies Decreased TV viewing has been proven to alter obesity Obesity & Psychological Issues Victimization/ bullying Sense of alienation Depression Behavioral problems Lifelong psychological/Interpret labels in terms of single servings Susan Burke, MS, RD, CDE Menu Hints While Eating Out English muffin, toast, bagel NOT croissant, biscuit, /

Obesity Amongst America’s Youth By Brittney King.

King, 2014 Epidemiology- Risk Factors of Becoming Obese Brittney King, 2014 Lack of daily physical activity (CDCb, 2013) High daily intake of sugar- sweetened beverages and foods (AHA, 2013a) High calorie diet low in fruits and vegetables (CDCb, 2013)/ 2013) to hold restaurants accountable for supplying healthy children’s menu options. Brittney King, 2014 The Outlook Where are we headed? Positive action steps have been taken to diminish the obesity epidemic among America’s youth, but there is still a/

Fighting The Fat; Knocking Out Childhood Obesity Brenda Cox Leah Knowlton Sonya Lott Kindergarten – 5 th grade.

1 300,000 deaths each year in the United States are associated with obesity. http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/topics/obesity/calltoaction/fact_glance.htm Overweight and obesity, influenced by poor diet and inactivity, are significantly associated with an increased risk of diabetes, high/ provide many health benefits. One study suggests that a healthy snack menu in an after- school program can help low-income children -- those at highest risk of obesity. During the last 25 years, consumption of milk, the largest/

Childhood Obesity: The Way Forward Susan Dentzer Editor-in-Chief With thanks to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for its generous support.

goals set by patient for diet and activity changes, facilitated by provider with training in motivational interviewing 5.Monthly follow-up (recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics) Current Options for Medical Obesity Treatment 1.Specialty Care in / To earn HealthierUS School Challenge certification, school districts must meet a wide variety of guidelines that include menu planning, nutrition education and physical activity  Sodexo meets with clients to collaborate on the certification process, /

On today’s menu: Lana Vanderlee & David Hammond CPHA Annual Meeting May 28, 2014 1 Evaluation of a menu labelling initiative in hospital cafeterias in.

associated with becoming overweight or obese. 2,3  One quarter of the Canadian food dollar is spent on food away from home. 4 Background 3  Menu labelling is currently mandatory in several US jurisdictions  United States will implement menu labelling federally in 2014 /the cafeteria, use of nutrition labels when shopping for food, frequency of eating out, self-reported general health, and dieting behaviour in the previous year 18 Results 19 Sample description 20 CivicGeneral Wave 1 n=497 Wave 2 n=511 Wave/

Epidemiology of Obesity EPID 624 – Epidemiology of Chronic Diseases.

://www.commed.vcu.edu/Chronic_Disease/Obesity/communityRX.pdf Community-level interventions Obesity Prevention Foundation Educational interventions in schools Focus on healthy diet/physical activity choices http://www.obesitypreventionfoundation/ Research Food/beverages (including access, pricing, marketing, menu labeling, message framing) Child care/school environments Nutrition & agriculture policy Salud America! Targeting childhood obesity in Latino population Food/beverages (including access, marketing)/

The Modern Diet. As we face epidemic numbers of people with obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease, many people have started to question the role.

in cartons or bags or in a plastic wrapping, in a fashion which minimizes cost. In most fast food operations, menu items are generally made from processed ingredients prepared at a central supply facility and then shipped to individual outlets where they are/diabetes. Cont….. After six years on the diet, the trans fat fed monkeys had gained 7.2% of their body weight, compared to just 1.8% in the unsaturated fat group. Obesity facts The director of the Obesity Program for the Childrens Hospital Boston, David /

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