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Nutrition and Oral Health Show and Tell: Nutrition Classroom Presentations. Jeri Waite, M. Ed., R.D. Santa Barbara County Public Health Department California Children’s Dental Disease Prevention Program Power Play Campaign, Nutrition Network. Behavior Change. Value Motivation Attitude

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Nutrition and Oral Health Show and Tell: Nutrition Classroom Presentations

Jeri Waite, M. Ed., R.D.

Santa Barbara County Public Health Department

California Children’s Dental Disease Prevention Program

Power Play Campaign, Nutrition Network


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Behavior Change

  • Value

  • Motivation

  • Attitude

  • Capability

  • Practice

  • Knowledge

  • Awareness


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SUGAR Coating America

Per Capita Sugar Consumption

1970 = 119# 2003 =143#

% of Daily Calories From Added Sugar

Children ages 6-11 get 18%

Teenagers 12-19 get 20%

Annual Corn Sweetener Consumption

Increased to 79 # in 2003

up 400% from 1970

  • Countries that consume less than 33 lbs of sugar per capita have practically no tooth decay.

  • Even in countries with very little fluoride in the water, caries virtually disappear when consumption is below 24# per capita.


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“It All Adds Up”Hidden Sugar In FoodsWe Eat


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Breakfast Sugar

Cocoa Puffs 3.5 teaspoons

4 oz 1% milk no added

8 oz Sunny Delight 7.5 teaspoons

Snack

1 fruit roll up 2.5 teaspoons

Lunch

Peanut butter and jelly sandwich 6 teaspoons

1 small bag of Oreo cookies 4.25 teaspoons

20 oz Gatorade 5.5 teaspoons

Snack

1 bag Doritos .5 teaspoons

Total 29.75 teaspoons


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Breakfast Sugar

1 scrambled egg No added

6 oz 100% orange juice No added

2 slices whole wheat toast, butter No added

Snack

Banana and water No added

Lunch

Turkey sandwich,

bread, cheese meat, lettuce, tomato No added

pear No added

carrot-sticks No added

8 oz 1% milk No added

Snack

string cheese, apple, water No added

Total No added


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“Stop The Pop”

Beverage Tsp. Sugar

20 oz Gatorade 5.5

12 oz Soda 10.5

20 oz Sunny Delight 18.75

8.5 oz Fruit Punch 7.5

8 oz Chocolate Milk 4

6.75 oz Capri Sun 7


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“Think Your Drink”

How Tooth Decay Starts…

Sugar in soda pop combines with bacteria in

your mouth to form acid.

This acid, plus the extra acid from soft drinks, attacks the teeth.

Each acid attack lasts about 20 minutes, and acid attacks start over again with every sip.

Ongoing acid attacks weaken tooth enamel.

Cavities begin when tooth enamel is damaged.

Remember! Diet or sugar free pop still has acid that can harm your teeth.

Although fruit drinks aren’t carbonated like pop, they too have acid and sugar that can cause decay.


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Breakfast Eaters

Score better on tests and make fewer mistakes

Are less likely to be late for school

Concentrate and perform better in school

Behave better in school

Have more energy

Have lower rates of obesity

Get more fiber in their diet

Non-Breakfast Eaters

Score Lower on tests

Have lower intakes of iron, folic Acid and B vitamins

Snack more on high calorie foods

Have higher rates of obesity

Cause more fights in school

Eat less fiber

“Power Up With Breakfast”Contemplate Your Breakfast Plate!


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Build A Healthy Breakfastchoose 3 foods from 3 different food groups


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“Supermarket Savvy”

Read the Label!

Look for these healthy ranges

on labels:

Sugar: Less than 5 grams/serving

Fat: 3 grams or less/100 calories

Sodium: 140 mg or less/serving

Fiber 3 grams or more/serving

% Daily Value

5% or less = Low

20% or more = High

Watch out for these:

Avoid: Trans Fat

Limit: High Fructose Corn Syrup

Look for: whole grain


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Ten Habits of Healthy Kids

 Brush and Floss your teeth

 Eat 2 cups vegetables and 1 ½ cups of fruits daily

  • Eat breakfast every day

  • Snack on healthy foods

     Drink water instead of sweet drinks

     Eat smaller amounts

     Eat less fast foods

     Spend less than 2 hours a day watching TV, playing video

    and computer games

  • Spend at least 1 hour a day being physically active

     Get 8 to 10 hours of sleep at night


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Portion DistortionSuper Sizing Portions

Cheeseburger 20 Years Ago Today

333 calories 590 calories



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“Which Side Are You On?”

Tips For Healthier Eating Using The Food Guide Pyramid

Make half your grains whole

Vary your veggies

Focus on fruits

Get your calcium rich foods

Go lean with protein

Change your oil


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Serving Sizes

Use your hand to estimate

portion sizes!

Fist = 1 cup

Palm = 3 ounces

Thumb tip = 1 teaspoon

Thumb = 1 ounce

Handful = 1 or 2 ounces


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Eating With Style “How to Eat”

  • Eat regular meals

  • Plan for healthy snacks

  • Eat when hungry and stop when full

  • Eat slowly, chew carefully

  • Eat a wide variety of foods

  • Sit down when you eat, try to eat as a family

  • Eat from a plate or bowl not from a bag or box

  • Do not eat while watching TV, focus on eating

  • Drink water instead of sweet drinks

  • Take small portions

  • Try new foods

  • Cook foods in a healthy way, avoid fried foods

  • Trim all visible fat from meat and remove skin from poultry

  • Limit high sugar, salt or fat foods

  • Read food labels


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