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Fresh Start: Providing the Community with Healthy Alternatives and Nutrition Education. Madeline Mills NFSC 341: Foodservice Equipment and Production Systems Spring 2014. Outputs (Process). Inputs. Outcomes (Impacts). Background. Activities Related to Research Kitchen Planning

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Fresh start providing the community with healthy alternatives and nutrition education

Fresh Start: Providing the Community with Healthy Alternatives and Nutrition Education

Madeline Mills

NFSC 341: Foodservice Equipment and Production Systems

Spring 2014


Background

Outputs (Process)

Inputs

Outcomes (Impacts)

Background

Activities Related to Research

  • Kitchen Planning

  • Meal Planning (recipe standardization) for family friendly meals

  • Recruitment/Marketing – Facebook, flyers, website development

  • Taking Bus from Kitchen to S&S food

  • Pamphlets for food recipes learned in class

    Who we Reach:

  • Low Socio- economic status families

  • Over weight families

  • At least 100 people try food given

  • At least 50 take survey of relevance

Investments (Including materials, labor, and knowledge)

  • CNAP staff

    • Federal Dollars

    • Included in SOW

  • Infrastructure

    • Kitchen Lab

    • S&S Food

  • Community Volunteers

    • Food Donation

    • Money Donation

  • Equipment

    • Cooking Equipment

    • Food for recipes

  • Training

    • Cooking Training for employees

Short term goals

  • Decreased fast food consumption

  • Practice Mindful Eating

  • Increase home cooked meals

    Medium Term Goals

  • Learn more recipes that are healthy

  • Pick healthier alternatives

  • Decrease fast food preference

  • Decrease mortality risk

    Long Term Goals

  • Keeping up healthy lifestyle through child’s life

  • Decrease negative food habits

Problem

  • Low-income women tend to be less educated and heavier

  • Fast Food Consumption is associated with higher body mass index in low-income families

    Variables

  • Independent

    • Gender

    • Socio-economic Status

  • Dependent

    • Food Preferences (cooking v. fast food)

    • Mindful Eating

    • Healthy Food Habits

Epidemic obesity in the United States: are fast foods and television viewing contributing?

R W Jeffery and S A French

American Journal of Public Health199888:2, 277-280

http://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/abs/10.2105/AJPH.88.2.277

Johnson-Down, Louise Johnson-Down, Jennifer O'Loughlin, Kristine G. Koski, and Katherine Gray-Donald. "Journal of Nutrition.“http://jn.nutrition.org/content/127/12/2310.full#ref-12High Prevalence of Obesity in Low Income and Multiethnic Schoolchildren: A Diet and Physical Activity Assessment. N.p., 1 Dec. 1997. Web. 30 Apr. 2014.


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