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Wellness. Food Labels Lesson 1. Food Terms. A Food Label is a description of the different types of nutrients found in foods. Nutrition is the study of food and the way the body uses it. Nutrients are substances in food that provide energy and are necessary for life and growth.

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Wellness

Wellness

Food Labels

Lesson 1


Food terms

Food Terms

  • A Food Label is a description of the different types of nutrients found in foods.

  • Nutrition is the study of food and the way the body uses it.

  • Nutrients are substances in food that provide energy and are necessary for life and growth.


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Hygiene

Lesson 2


What is hygiene

What is Hygiene?

  • Hygiene- the practice of being healthy and clean.

  • Having a set routine will help establish good hygiene.


Morning before school

Morning/Before School

The following are suggestions to help start your day.

  • Take a shower or wash your face when you wake up.

  • Brush your hair

  • Brush your teeth


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Morning/Before School

  • Pick out “NEAT-CLEAN” clothes, not the ones on the floor or that you wore yesterday.

  • Change your SOCKS daily!

  • BOTH girls and boys apply DEODORANT!

  • Girls, be prepared for YOUR personal needs.


During the day at school

During the Day/ At School

  • Wash your hands before lunch.

  • Wash your hands “with soap” after you have used the restroom.

  • After gym class “RE-APPLY” your deodorant, boys and girls!

    Applying perfume and/or cologne after gym class does not cover your sweaty smell!

    Funky + Funky= Funkiest


Before bed

Before Bed

  • Take a shower or wash your face. (If you didn’t shower in the morning…best hygiene would be to shower at night)

  • Brush and floss your teeth before bed.

  • Put on clean “sleep clothes”. Avoid sleeping in your school clothes or the clothes you have worn all day.

    OFF TO BED!


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WellnessHealthy Eating and Portion ControlLesson Three


Breakfast is important

Breakfast is Important!

  • When you wake up in the morning, you haven’t eaten for 10 to 12 hours!

  • You need glucose (energy) for your brain to function!


Food provides energy

Food Provides Energy

  • Calorie = measure of energy

  • How excess food energy is stored

    CarbsFatProtein

    GlycogenBody Fat


How much energy do you need

How Much Energy Do You Need?

  • How much energy you need depends on how much energy your body is using.


Basal metabolic rate bmr

Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR)

  • BMR: The minimum amount of energy needed to keep you alive when you are in a rested, fasting state, such as just after you wake up in the morning.


Is all junk food bad for us

Is all “Junk Food” Bad for Us?

  • What makes a food

    healthy or junk

    depends on how many

    nutrients it provides relative to

    how many calories it contains.

  • Junk food is only a problem

    if it makes up a large

    part of your diet.

Everything in Moderation


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Is Snacking Bad???

Snacking isn’t bad if done right. It can increase your nutrient intake and help you maintain a healthy weight.

Eating smaller amounts of food (with nutritional value) throughout the day vs. 3 large meals a day can actually be better for your metabolism.


My plate new food guide

My Plate-New Food Guide


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Eating Disorders

Lesson Four


Eating disorders

Eating Disorders

Conditions that involve an unhealthy degree of concern about body weight and shape and that may lead to efforts to control weight by unhealthy means

Characteristics of Eating Disorders

Never eating enough

Dieting excessively

Eating only certain types of foods

Eating too much

Not responding to natural feelings of fullness or hunger


Body image

Body Image

How you see and feel about your appearance and how comfortable you are with your body

Having a healthy body image means you accept your body’s appearance and abilities


Anorexia

Anorexia

Involves self-starvation, a distorted body image, and low body weight

Signs/Symptoms

Intense fear of weight gain

Over exercising

Preferring to eat alone

Preoccupation with calories

Extreme weight loss

Loss of menstrual periods

Hair loss on head

Depression and anxiety

Weakness and exhaustion


Bulimia

Bulimia

An individual repeatedly eats large amounts of food and then uses vomiting or using laxatives to rid the body of the food

Signs/Symptoms

Preoccupation with body weight

Bingeing with or without purging

Bloodshot eyes and sore throat

Dental problems

Irregular menstrual periods

Depression and mood swings

Feeling out of control


Binge eating

Binge Eating

Eating large amounts of food in one sitting

Above-normal body

weight

Bingeing episodes

are usually accompanied by feelings of guilt, shame, and loss of control


Disordered eating patterns

Disordered Eating Patterns

Eating behaviors that are not severe enough to be classified as a specific eating disorder

Signs/Symptoms

Weight loss (less than anorexia)

Bingeing and purging less frequently than in Bulimia

Purging after eating small amounts of food

Deliberate dehydration for weight loss

Hiding food

Over exercising

Constant dissatisfaction with physical appearance


Getting help

Getting Help

Professional help from physicians, psychologists, and nutritionists is essential to manage and recover from an eating disorder


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Hydration

Lesson Five


How much water should you have a day

How much water should you have a day?

At least eight

8oz glasses

of water each day!


What percent of your body is water

What percent of your body is water?

  • Our body is made up of60%water.

  • Brain- 70%

  • Lungs- 90%

Why is it so

important

for our body?

Water is needed for every

body function, without the

proper amount of water

certain body functions may

not perform as they should.


Symptoms of dehydration

Symptoms of Dehydration

  • Early symptoms might be fatigue, loss of appetite, dry eyes, or headache.

  • Being thirsty is one of the last signs of dehydration


What is dehydration and how can it be dangerous

What is dehydration and how can it be dangerous?

Dehydration occurs when the body does not have enough water.

Dehydration can interfere with both mental and physical performance.

Dehydration could lead to death.

It’s important to drink

more water than you lose!


Coke or water

COKE OR WATER?

Click on picture for facts about coke VS water.


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Lifetime Wellness

Lesson Six


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Maintaining Fitness

Outside of PE/School:

  • Encourage your family to take walks around the neighborhood.

  • Organize a group of friends to work out with.

  • Decrease screen time. (i.e. Playstation, computer, television, smart phone.)

  • Set a goal to be active at least 60 minutes a day.


Exercise facilities

Exercise Facilities

  • School Gym, Weight Room, and Track- Free

  • Community Recreation Centers- Fees vary

  • Local Parks- Free

  • YMCA- Offers reduced membership for qualified applicants based on household income

  • Gold’s Gym- Must be at least 12 years old

  • 24 Hour Fitness- Fee Required

  • Planet Fitness- Dues Vary

  • Cross Fit- Fee required

  • Jewish Community Center


City of austin recreation centers

City of Austin Recreation Centers

  • The Parks and Recreation Department offers a wide variety of programs for children, adults and seniors. The majority of these programs are held at the 20 Recreation Centers. Programs at the Recreation Centers include arts, dance, fitness, card games, table games, gymnastics, tiny tots, boxing, karate, team sport leagues, after-school programs, day camps and a lot more. Individual class listings are available on the web or you can call the Recreation Center closest to your home for information.

    http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/parks/rec_centers.htm


Using technology in your fitness plan

Using Technology in Your Fitness Plan

  • HOPSports- Educates, trains and entertains youth of all ages while promoting accelerated learning, character education, health, nutrition and social messaging in a multi-screen, dynamic format.

  • Pedometer- Step counter

  • Heart Rate Monitor- a personal monitoring device which allows a subject to measure his/her heart rate in real time or record his/her heart rate

  • Smart Phone Apps: Nike+/Endomondo/My Fitness Pal

  • Wii Fit

  • XBOX Connect

  • Dance Dance Revolution


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