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Healthy Eating, Healthy You!. Jennifer French, MPH student Walden University PUBH 6165-3 Instructor: Dr. Rubin Howard Spring Quarter, 2010. What is Nutrition? . References: www.images.google. com www.meriam-webster.com. The Healthy Eating Pyramid. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Healthy Eating, Healthy You!Jennifer French, MPH studentWalden UniversityPUBH 6165-3Instructor: Dr. Rubin HowardSpring Quarter, 2010

  • What is Nutrition? References: www.images.google. com www.meriam-webster.com

  • The Healthy Eating Pyramid

    Reference: www.images.google/zunal. com

  • 3 Basic Rules for a Healthy Diet

    Variety

    Balance

    Moderation

    Reference: www.drpbody.com

  • VarietyReferences: www.drpbody.com www.s4.hubimeg.com

  • BalanceReference: www.drpbody.com

    www.sealevelpublishing.com

  • ModerationReference: www.drpbody.com

    www.hlconline. org

  • ObesityPoor Food Choices Can Lead to ObesityBMI = Weight in pounds A BMI of >= to 30 = Obesity Height in total inches

    Reference: www.images.google. com

    www.medterms. com

  • Conditions of ObesityDiabetesHigh Blood PressureStrokeHeart AttackCancerGallstonesOsteoarthritisSleep ApneaLow Self Esteem

    Reference: www.medterms. com

  • Obesity in the United StatesReference: JAMA, 2010

    www.images.google. com

  • Statistics for Obesity in Oklahoma1 of 2 adults is overweight1 of 5 adults is obeseObesity has increased 148% in the last 20 yearsLast in the nation for fruit and vegetable consumption

    Reference: Oklahoma Childhood Obesity Foundation

  • Children in Oklahoma are at Great Risk!Oklahoma is #10 in the nation for obesity in children

    30% of Oklahoma kids are obese

    84% of Oklahoma kids eat less than 5 servings of fruit and vegetables per dayReferences: Oklahoma State Department of Human Services

    www.images.google.com

  • What Choices Can You Make

    Today to Ensure a Healthy

    Future for Yourself ?

  • School Lunch OptionsReference: www.images.google. com

  • Cafeteria Regular Lunch Line Menu Week 1 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

    Steak Fingers Spaghetti Ham Tacos Hot Dogs Mashed Potatoes Salad Baked Potatoes Beans French Fries Mixed Vegetables Garlic Bread Salad Salad Fruit Salad Rolls Fruit Crackers Cinnamon Rolls Milk Milk Milk Milk Milk

    Calories for Each Meal Monday 707 Tuesday 812 Wednesday 647 Thursday 767 Friday - 602Reference: Menus taken with permission from Dibble Public School District Dietary Program Dibble, Ok.

  • A La Carte Menu Week 1Item Calories

    Popcorn Chicken 560Pizza Slice 310Mozarella Sticks(4) 360Curly Fries 340Frito Chili Pie 640Chips 150Candy Bars 270Chicken Strips(3) 400Burritos 350Crispitos 220 Eggrolls(2) 310Sports Drink 310Cookies(2) 260 Reference: Menus taken with permission from Dibble Public School District Dietary Program Dibble, Ok.

  • Cafeteria Regular Lunch Line Menu Week 2 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

    Ham/Cheese Sand Enchiladas Lasagna Chicken Nuggets HamburgersChips Salad Salad Mashed Potatoes French FriesPickles Refried Beans Green Beans Corn Cherry CrispFruit Spanish Rice Rolls Rolls MilkMilk Milk Milk Milk

    Calories for Each Meal

    Monday 632Tuesday 747Wednesday 787Thursday 797Friday - 812

    Reference: Menus taken with permission from Dibble Public School District Dietary Program Dibble, Ok.

  • A La Carte Menu Week 2 Item Calories

    Popcorn Chicken 560Pizza Slice 310Mozarella Sticks(4) 360Curly Fries 340Frito Chili Pie 640Chips 150Candy Bars 270Chicken Strips(3) 400Burritos 350Crispitos 220 Eggrolls(2) 310Sports Drink 310Cookies(2) 260

    Reference: Menus taken with permission from Dibble Public School District Dietary Program Dibble, Ok.

  • Vending Machine SnacksFruit Flavored CandyCorn ChipsPotato ChipsDoNutsFruit PiesOther PastriesCrackersColasChocolate BarsTrail MixGumCookies

    Reference: Vending machine items taken with permission from Dibble Public School District- Dibble, Ok.

  • Healthy Options

    What Options are the Healthiest?

    ORReference: www.images.google.com

  • What could be different at your school to make healthy options more available?Reference: www .msde.state. md.us/nutrition

  • Healthy

    Food

    Promotes

    Effective

    LearningReference: www.sciencenewsforkids. org

  • Student Related Health TriviaRemoving chocolate milk from the school cafeteria could take off 4-6 pounds of sugar per year from a childs diet.Children who are eating a well balanced diet have less behavioral problems.Early exposure to preservatives, artificial coloring, excessive sugar, and fats can lead to early onset of puberty, ADD, ADHD, and diabetes.About half of all 15 year olds have had some sort of tooth decay (mostly from fizzy drinks).A single packet of salt gives you 2/3 of your recommended daily allowance of sodium.Reference: www.jamieoliver. com/campaigns

  • What Can

    YOU

    do to

    Bring a Healthier Nutrition

    Program to Your School?

    Reference: www.iimages.google. com

  • Conduct Surveys

    to Determine Students

    Opinions About Healthy

    Food OptionsReference: www1.assumptions.edu

  • Encourage Your Teachers

    and/or Principal

    to Create a

    School Health TeamReference: www.opi.mt. gov /images

  • Get

    Your

    Schools

    PTA

    InvolvedReference: www.southsideacademy. org

  • Start a School GardenReference: www.fas.usda.gov

  • Write Your Elected OfficialsGovernor Brad Henry

    Representative Tom Cole

    Senators James Inhofe and Tom CoburnState Capitol Building 2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Room 212 Oklahoma City, OK 73105 OR www.lunchboxadvocates. orgReference: www.gov.ok.gov

    www.lunchboxadvocates. org

  • ConclusionYou Can Make a Difference at Your SchoolReference: www.images.google.com

  • ReferencesAssumption College. Image retrieved on April 21, 2010 from ww1.assumption.eduDoctor P. Bodys Learning Center. Image and resources retrieved on April 17, 2010 www.drpbody.comDibble Public School District Dietary Program. Dietary menus taken with permission on March 31, 2010.Foreign Agricultural Services. United States Department of Agriculture. Image retrieved on April 21, 2010 from www.fas.usda.gov.Governor Brad Henry. Resources retrieved on April 23, 2010 from www.gov.ok.gov.Healthy Lifestyle Choices. Image retrieved on April 21, 2010 from www.hlconline.org.images.google.com.images.google/zunal.comJournal of the American Medical Association. JAMA, 2010. Resources retrieved on April 10, 2010 from www.jama.ama-assn.org.Jamie Olivers Food Foundation. Retrieved on April 16, 2010 from www.jamieoliver.com/campaigns.Maryland State Department of Education. Image retrieved on April 16, 2010 from www.msde/state/md/us/nutrition.

  • References continuedMedicineNet. Resources retrieved on April 20, 2010 from www.medterms.com.Meriam Webster Online. Resources retrieved on April 10, 2010 from www.meriam-webster.comMontana Office of Public Instruction. Image retrieved on www.opi.mt.gov/images.Oklahoma Childhood Obesity Foundation. Resources retrieved on April 6, 2010 from www.okcof. org.Oklahoma State Department of Human Services. Resources retrieved on April 6, 2010 www.okdhs.org.S4.hubimeg.com/imagesSea Level Publishing. Image retrieved on April 20, 2010 from www.sealevelpublishing.com.Southside Academy Education. Image retrieved on April 21, 2010 from www.southsideacademy. org. The Lunch Box-Healthy Tools to Help all Students. Resources retrieved on April 23, 2010 from www.lunchboxadvocates. org.

  • Sources For Further Re