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Parent Workshop 5: Eating Out and Snacks. Presented by: Network for a Healthy California — LAUSD For CalFresh information, call 1-877-847-3663. Funded by USDA SNAP, an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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Parent workshop 5 eating out and snacks

Parent Workshop 5:

Eating Out and Snacks

Presented by:

Network for a Healthy California—LAUSD

For CalFresh information, call 1-877-847-3663. Funded by USDA SNAP, an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Visit www.cachampionsforchange.net for healthy tips. •California Department of Public Health


Key messages

Key Messages

BALANCING CALORIES

Enjoy your food, but eat less.

Avoid oversized portions.

  • FOODS TO INCREASE

  • Make half your plate fruits and vegetables

  • Switch to fat-free or low-fat (1%) milk


Key messages1

Key Messages

FOODS TO REDUCE

Compare sodium in foods and choose the foods with lower numbers

Drink water instead of sugary drinks

  • DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

  • Adults – 30 minutes

  • Children – 60 minutes


Review meal planning

Review: Meal Planning

  • My Kitchen, My Rules

  • Division of Roles

  • Menu Planning

  • Food Safety and Sanitation


Review goals

Review Goals

  • Goal Setting Activity

  • See page 17 in your Workshop 4 materials

  • Homework – Recipe Activity

  • See page 18 in your Workshop 4 materials


What counts as eating out

What Counts as Eating Out?

  • Restaurants: fast food, drive thru, sit down

  • Take-out

  • Home food deliveries

  • Grocery store delis

  • Food courts in malls

  • Lunch trucks


Eating out

Eating Out

  • How often do you eat out?

  • Is it cheaper or more expensive to eat out?

  • Is it healthier to eat out?


Did you know

Did You Know?

  • Americans spend 48 percent of their food dollars away from home

  • Eating out is associated with eating more high-fat foods, fewer fruits and vegetables

  • 25 percent of children eat fast food daily

  • 40 percent of teens eat fast food daily


Why do people eat out

Why Do People Eat Out?

  • Convenience

  • Taste

  • Cheap (maybe)

  • Fast


Eating out nutrition concerns

Eating Out Nutrition Concerns

Usually High In

  • Calories

  • Fat

  • Sodium (salt)

  • Sugar

Usually Low In

  • Fiber

  • Fruits

  • Vegetables

  • Vitamins

  • Minerals (calcium)


Fast food meal

Fast Food Meal

  • Large hamburger

  • Large fries

  • Medium soda

    60 grams of fat – more than half a stick of butter!

    58 grams of sugar – about one-third of a cup!


Double bacon cheeseburger

Double Bacon Cheeseburger

CALORIES FAT grams

  • 2 one-third pound patties 750 50

  • 4 strips of bacon 180 9

  • 3 slices of American cheese 300 25

  • 2 teaspoons of mayonnaise 90 10

  • Toasted sesame seed bun with 240 5

    2 teaspoons of butter 90 10 .

    Total 1,650 109


Double bacon cheeseburger1

Double Bacon Cheeseburger

How can you make this a

healthier choice?


Make a meal out healthier

Make a Meal Out Healthier

Large hamburger, large fries,

medium soda, and apple pie

  • Less fat

  • Less sugar

  • More calcium

  • More fruits and vegetables


Healthy ideas

Healthy Ideas

  • Smaller portion sizes

  • Share with a friend

  • Make fast food part of a family meal

  • Request nutrition information if not posted


Smart substitutes

Smart Substitutes

Cheese sauceNo sauce

Gravy, sour creamSauce on the side

Mayonnaise Low-fat mayo

“special sauce”mustard, ketchup

Tartar sauce

GuacamoleSalsa

Salad DressingDressing on the side,

lite dressing,

lemon juice


Smart substitutes1

Smart Substitutes

Large fries orSide salad or

Onion ringssmall fries/onion rings

baked potato

Double PattySingle burger

HamburgerTurkey or

Vegetarian burger

Chicken nuggets

Fried chickenGrilled chicken

Breaded chicken


Smart substitutes2

Smart Substitutes

Fried fish sandwichGrilled fish

SodaWater, low-fat or

Milkshakenon-fat milk,

Flavored ice teaunsweetened tea

White roll or bunWhole-wheat bun,

roll, pita, or tortilla

Apple pie, cookie,Piece of fruit

Ice creamFrozen yogurt, yogurt with fruit


Look for healthier cooking methods

Look for HealthierCooking Methods

Select These

  • Baked

  • Broiled

  • Grilled

  • Roasted

  • Steamed

  • Stir-fried

  • Instead of These

  • Fried

  • Deep-fried

  • Breaded

  • Crispy

  • Crunchy

  • Creamy

  • Sauces, gravy


Physical activity break shine em up

Physical Activity Break:Shine ‘Em Up


Lausd school meals

LAUSD School Meals


Improvements in lausd school meals

Improvements in LAUSD School Meals

  • More whole grains: Whole wheat tortilla, brown rice, whole wheat naan, quinoa

  • More dishes with added vegetables: Vegetable chow mein, beef and vegetable stew, California sushi

  • More vegetarian choices: Vegetable curry, spinach, pinto bean and avocado wrap, vegetable tamale, hummus

  • Less sugar: No flavored milks; only white 1% and fat free milk will be offered.


Activity choose a healthy meal

Activity: Choose a Healthy Meal

Use sample restaurant menus


Healthy snacks

Healthy Snacks

  • Who eats snacks?

  • What do you and your children snack on?

  • Do you and your children need snacks?


Healthy snacks1

Healthy Snacks

Page 1

  • Snack or a Treat

  • Make Healthy Choices

  • Liquid Calories

    Page 2 – Healthy Snacks Tip Sheet

    Page 3 – Choose a Healthy Snack Activity

    Page 5, 6 – Snacks for Home and School


Food choice scenarios activity

Food Choice Scenarios Activity

  • See page 4

  • I work at a warehouse.

    When I take my break, I’m wiped out and need something to eat in a hurry. The building only has vending machines with candy and chips. What could I eat that is healthier than what is in the vending machines?


Goals

Goals

  • See page 7 in your Workshop 5 materials

  • Circle at least one of the nutrition goals or write your own goal

  • Circle at least one of the physical activity goals or write your own goal


Homework page 8

Homeworkpage 8


Key messages2

Key Messages

BALANCING CALORIES

Enjoy your food, but eat less.

Avoid oversized portions.

  • FOODS TO INCREASE

  • Make half your plate fruits and vegetables

  • Switch to fat-free or low-fat (1%) milk


Key messages3

Key Messages

FOODS TO REDUCE

Compare sodium in foods and choose the foods with lower numbers

Drink water instead of sugary drinks

  • DAILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

  • Adults – 30 minutes

  • Children – 60 minutes


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