Creating Healthy Lifestyles and Preventing Childhood Obesity. Jamelynn Evans, LCSW Exercise Physiologist. Outline. Background Information Introduction Purpose Exercise Nutrition Hydration Sleep Stress Management Mythbusters. Background Information. How to use this presentation:
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Jamelynn Evans, LCSW
Building a healthy lifestyle involves both choices and actions. A healthier lifestyle can be accomplished with the choices and actions that you make each day.
Exercise is not always easy. Here are some “tools” to help you along the way. Keep in mind, tools do not work if you do not use them. Example: A vacuum does not clean a rug if you do not pick it up, turn it on, and use it, right? Well, the same is true with the following tools.
Take a nature hike help you along the way. Keep in mind, tools do not work if you do not use them.
Go to a park / playground
Go to a local/public swimming pool
Play hide & seek (outside)
Incorporate physical activity into chores
Family membership to a local gym Relay races
Running / jogging
Go to the batting cages
Enroll kids in exercise classes
Join a sports team
Walk the dog
Nerf basketball (indoors)
Video games (Wii)
Freeze danceExercise Ideas
help you along the way. Keep in mind, tools do not work if you do not use them.Label Reading
* Weight loss = eating fewer calories per day and/or exercising so that your body needs more energy and uses up more calories.
“Good Fats” help you along the way. Keep in mind, tools do not work if you do not use them.
Foods high in mono-unsaturated fats:
nuts (macadamia, peanuts, almonds, pecans, pistachios)
Foods high in saturated fats include:
animal products such as butter, cheese, and cream
coconut, palm, and palm kernel oils.
Sweets – ice cream, cookies, cakes, etc.Examples of: “good” fats vs. “bad” fats
It’s best to choose most of your carbohydrates from complex carbs!
Good protein choices help you along the way. Keep in mind, tools do not work if you do not use them.
Almonds, peanuts, cashews
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Do you use positive coping strategies? help you along the way. Keep in mind, tools do not work if you do not use them.
Find time for yourself
Talk to someone
Get plenty of sleep
Find time for fun
Listen to music
Do you use negative coping strategies?
Smoking or drinking
Overeating / under-eating
Watching too much TV
Sleeping too much
Filling all your time to avoid facing problems
Taking it out on othersHow do you cope with your stress?