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NUTRITION FOR LIFE Shock Statements: “Unless drastic changes are made in the way American families eat and live one in three children born in year 2000 will later become diabetic.” - CDC INCREASING PERCENTAGE OF OVERWEIGHT CHILDREN: AGES 6-11 SAD causes CAD High in animal fats

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NUTRITIONFORLIFE


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Shock Statements:

“Unless drastic changes are made in the way American families eat and live one in three children born in year 2000 will later become diabetic.”

- CDC


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INCREASING PERCENTAGE OF OVERWEIGHT CHILDREN: AGES 6-11


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SAD causes CAD

  • High in animal fats

  • High in unhealthy fats

  • Low in Fiber

  • High in processed foods

  • Low in complex

  • carbohydrates

  • Low in plant-based

  • Foods

Standard

American

Diet

Coronary Artery Disease


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L.E.A.N. Program

Lifestyle – how you live

Exercise – how you move

Attitude – how you think

Nutrition – how you eat

Helps your body muster up it’s own internal medicine


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EAT RIGHT FOR YOUR TYPE


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NUTRIGENETICS


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SHAPING YOUNG TASTES


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Food Industry

“This is what you should eat”

Mom’s Kitchen

“This is what we eat”

SHAPING

YOUNG

TASTES


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TERRIBLE THREE’S

  • Corn Syrup - HFCS

  • Hydrogenated

  • “Numbers” e.g. Red#40


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LEAN KIDS SAY:“Hydrogenated fats are bad fats. They inject foods with hydrogen so they can sit on the shelves. Then in a few years you can say, ‘Look, it’s the doughnuts we got three years ago! They look as good as new!’ Hydrogenated fats clog up your arteries. My grandpa had this sort of problem. He died when he was fifty-five years old, before I was born. It’s good to have goods last a long time, but how long your body lasts is a lot more important than how long your food lasts. I wish I had my grandpa.”JACOB, AGE NINE


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DIABETES IN A BOTTLE


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RIGHT CARB DIETNOT LOW CARB DIETIS RIGHT FOR KIDS


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SMART CARBS = FIBER RICH CARBS

  • Vegetables

  • Whole Grains

  • Nut Butters

  • Soy Food

  • Oatmeal

  • Fiber-rich Fruits

  • Yogurt

    SMART CARBS = COMBO CARBS


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JUNKY FOODS


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LET’S GO SHOPPING!


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Ingredients: Corn, wheat, and oat flour; sugar; partially hydrogenated vegetable oil (one or more of: coconut, cottonseed, and soybean); salt; sodium ascorbate and ascorbic acid (vitamin C); yellow #6; niacinamide: zinc oxide; reduced iron; natural orange, lemon, cherry, blueberry, raspberry, lime, and other natural flavors; red #40; turmeric color; annatto color; blue #2; pyroxide hydrochloride (vitamin B6); blue #1; riboflavin (vitamin B2); vitamin A palmitate; thiamin hydrochloride (vitamin B1); BHT (preservative); folic acid (folate); vitamin B12 and vitamin D.


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JUNK FOOD = JUNK MUSCLES


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SALMON vs. SIRLOIN


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Feeding the Brain

  • Brain utilizes 25% food energy

  • Utilizes 25% of 02

  • Brain: 1-2% of body weight

  • 60% fat: “fat head”

  • Utilizes 60% glucose

  • Does not store glucose

  • Brain most affected by nutrition


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Salmon

Blueberries

Greens: spinach

Raw nuts: walnuts

FOUR BEST BRAIN FOODS


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EAT FISH, BE SMARTER

  • The medicine meal, omega 3’s

  • Help cells maintain their fluidity

  • Form the structural component of membranes

  • Enable optimal function of neurotransmitters

  • Diets high in O-3’s: less CNS degeneration

  • Animal diets low in O-3’s smaller, delayed brains

  • Seniors who eat the most fish, least dementia


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EAT FISH, BE HAPPIER

  • O-3’s as mood stabilizer

  • Diets low in O-3’s, higher depression

  • Salmon study

  • Post partum depression less

  • Manic depressives improved on fish oil

  • Animal studies O-3’s increased dopamine receptors


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EAT FISH, BEHAVE BETTER

  • Boys with most severe ADHD lowest O-3’s

  • 96 boys with ADHD greatest impulsivity lowest O-3’s

  • Children with highest O-3’s, fewest learning problems

  • Japanese students less hostility and stress during exams

  • Increase dopamine and receptors


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SEAFOOD – TOP HEALTH FOOD

Brain

Eyes

Heart & blood vessels

Pancreas (diabetes)

GUT (colon)

Joints, knee joint


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Salmon

Tuna

Flax Oil

Olive Oil

Egg Yolk

Raw Nuts

Seeds

Avocado

Soy Foods

SMART FATS


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DUMB FOODS

  • “Trans fats”

  • “Partially hydrogenated oil”

  • Excitotoxins: MSG, Aspartame, BHT, Red #40

  • Fiber poor carbs

  • Liquid candy: sweetened beverages

  • Clog receptor sites

  • Promote inflammation


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RIGHT FAT DIETNOT LOW FAT DIETIS RIGHT FOR KIDS


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BERRY GOOD BRAINS

  • Eating blue may keep you from feeling blue

  • “Blueberry rats” – healthier, smarter, younger

  • Improved balance, motor coordination

  • Improved neurotransmission

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Promotes blood flow, dilates blood vessels

  • Reduces cognitive decline

  • Protects blood/brain barrier

  • Reduces platelet stickiness: aspirin-like effect


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GREENS ARE GOOD FOR THE BRAIN

  • The highest levels of folic acid – less brain decline, less stroke

  • Protect brain cell membrane

  • Help build neurotransmitters

  • Best sources: spinach, asparagus, artichoke, lentils, chickpeas, kidney beans, and avocado


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GO NUTS!

  • High satiety index: perfect fill-up food

  • Top brain nut: walnut, O-3’s

  • Rich: protein, monounsaturated, fiber minerals

  • Top snack food

  • Jungle story

  • RAW!


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DON’T FORGET YOUR PHYTOS

  • Brain uses 25% oxygen

  • “Brain rust” free radical oxidative damage

  • Brain needs most antioxidants

  • Eat a variety: synergy


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Blueberry

Spinach

Tomato

Chili peppers

Pink Grapefruit

Apple (red)

Papaya

Garlic

Red grapes

Green tea

Onions

Lentils

Flaxseed

Soybean

Broccoli

Sweet Potato

TOP PHYTO FOODS


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PHYTOMAN


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~Juice Plus+ Children’s Research Study~ Results on first 55,000 Children

  • 79% are more aware of health in general

  • 90% saw something positive as a result of taking Juice Plus+

  • 38% had less doctor visits

  • 31% missed less school

  • 29% less over the counter medicines

  • 20% taking less prescriptive drugs

  • 55% drinking more water

  • 53% consume less soft drinks or fast food

  • 35% are eating more fruits and veggies in addition to JP+

  • Academic achievement and athletic participation dramatically improved

  • Nearly 1/3 reported an improvement in image and self-esteem.


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BRAINY BREAKFASTS

  • Higher Math Scores

  • More Attentive

  • Improved Reading Scores

  • Improved Memory on Complex Problems

  • Less Hyperactivity, Anxiety, Depression

  • Fewer Absences


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BRAINY BREAKFASTS

  • High Protein: Moderate Complex Carbs

  • Smart Fats: Omega 3’s

  • Dumb Fats: Hydrogenated

  • Schoolade:


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SCHOOLADE

  • 3 cups of soy milk or organic milk

  • 8 – 12 ounces plain yogurt

  • ½ cup large, frozen, organic strawberries

  • 1 banana

  • ½ cup papaya, mango, or pineapple

  • 1 cup frozen blueberries

  • 2 scoops Juice Plus+ Complete

  • ¼ cup flaxseed meal

  • 4 ounces of tofu

  • 2 tablespoon of peanut butter

  • 2 teaspoons of cinnamon


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“YOUR CHILD HAS NDD!”


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GRAZING IS GOOD FOR THE BRAIN

  • Steady glucose supply

  • Neurotransmitter balance

  • Shorten the space between feeding, and you are less likely to have spacey kids


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DR. BILL’S RULE OF TWO’S

Eat twice as often, Half as much, Chew twice as long


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BLOOD INSULIN LEVELS

Gorging

Grazing

24 Hours


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FEEDING THE PICKY EATER

  • Toddlers have small tummies

  • Toddlers on the move

  • Picky eaters - lower risk of obesity

  • Grazing is good

  • Shoot for a balanced week


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SNEAKIES

ADD-INS

  • Parmesan Cheese

  • Ground nuts

  • Flaxseed meal, oil

  • Peanut butter

  • Diced / Pureed Vegetables

EXAMPLES

  • Sauces

  • Soups

  • Smoothies

  • Yogurt


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TRAFFIC LIGHT EATING

  • Green Light Foods: Whole grains, veggies, fruits, fish, soy foods, eggs, yogurt, nut butter

  • Yellow Light Foods: Sweet treats, candy, soda

  • Red Light Foods: Beef jerky, colored cereals, donuts, Hawaiian Punch, potato chips, hot dogs


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“Kids Doing Drugs”

KIDS DOING

“DRUGS”


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JUST SAY “NO!”


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“WE” PRINCIPLE“This is what we eat!”


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1. Avocados

2. Blueberries

3. Eggs

4. Fish: Salmon, Tuna

5. Flaxseed

6. Bean

7. Nuts

8. Oatmeal

9. Spinach

10. Tofu

11. Tomatoes

12. Yogurt

TOP 12 FOODS


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Artichokes

Broccoli

Kidney Beans

Olive Oil

Oranges

Papaya

Peanut Butter

Pink Grapefruit

Sunflower Seeds

Sweet Potatoes

Turkey

HONORABLE MENTION


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WATER YOUR GROWING CHILD1 oz / lb / day


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TOXIC WAIST

Diabetes

Heart attack, Stroke

Arthritis

Depression


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Risk

Of

Diabetes

Waist Size

Men with > 40 inch waist 12x more likely to develop diabetes


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DON’T BE AN “I-BOD”

  • Tends to be overfat

  • Tends to have a big waist size, primarily extra abdominal fat

  • Eats lots of junk food

  • Gorges instead of grazes

  • Eats a lot more meat than fish

  • Eats more packaged foods than fresh foods

  • Eats at a lot of fast-food restaurants

  • Eats insufficient fruits and vegetables


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DANCE REVOLUTION


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LEAN RULE:

MOVING = SITTING


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Put On A Pedometer


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PILLS PLUS SKILLS

Rx - Pills

Pill Power

  • SKILLS:

  • Belief: I can do it: Skill Power

  • L.E.A.N.

  • School Match

  • Teacher Match

  • Tutoring

  • Counseling – Self help tools

  • Biofeedback, Neurofeedback

Skill

Power

3 Months


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MINDSET SHIFT

Doctor – Instead of: What can I prescribe?

Think: What can I advise?

Patient – Instead of: What can I take?

Think: What can I do?

“You know you’re getting older when your little black book contains mostly names ending in M.D.”


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“LET FOOD BE YOUR MEDICINE”

  • Hippocrates


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