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Weight Management Jeopardy 7 th Grade John Warhol Here's How You Play Flip a coin to decide who will go first. Pick a category and a point amount. Give the question (which will be your answer) to the answer that is displayed.

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Management

Jeopardy

John Warhol

• Flip a coin to decide who will go first.

• Pick a category and a point amount.

• The person with the highest point total at the end wins the game.

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• Overweight – Body weight that falls above the range associated with

minimum mortality.

• Obesity - The condition of having an excess of nonessential body fat.

• Approximately 64% of Americans or about 127 million people are

categorized as being overweight or obese.

• Fat cells do not multiply when a person gains weight.

• Fat cells inflate when a person gains weight.

• Lack of physical activity is one reason a person might become obese or

overweight.

• Boys and girls have about the same prevalence for being overweight or

obese.

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• Body Mass Index is a calculation of height and weight to associated with

yield a number that signifies a person’s weight status.

• One-half to two pounds = a safe amount of weight loss per

week for long term gains.

• BMI of 18.5 – 24.9 is considered in the normal range.

• Type II Diabetes, hypertension and sleep apnea are some

of the health risks associated with obesity.

• Resting Metabolic Rate accounts for approximately 55% -

75% of daily energy expenditure.

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Let's Play Jeopardy!!

Quit associated with

Obesity associated with500

• Each year there is an excess of 300,000

Obesity associated with400

• Mexican-Americans and African Americans

Obesity associated with300

• Hypertension, Type II Diabetes Mellitus, Coronary Heart Disease, Increased Stress on Weight Bearing Joints, Sleep Apnea

Obesity associated with100

• Body weight that falls above the range associated with minimum mortality.

• The condition of having an excess of nonessential fat.

Obesity associated with200

• 64% or about 127 Million

• 70% chance, but 80% chance if one or more parent is overweight or obese.

• Energy In > Energy Out

• Watching TV, Internet, Lack of physical activity

• In children, Boys > Girls and in Adolescents, Boys = Girls

• 30% are considered this and 15% are considered this

BMI associated with500

• Height and Weight

BMI associated with400

• BMI of 18.5 – 24.9

BMI associated with300

• BMI of 30 or more

BMI associated with200

• BMI of 25 – 29.9

BMI associated with100

• Body Mass Index

Misc. associated with500

• Accounts for 55% - 75% of daily energy expenditure.

Misc. associated with300

• In someone who is overweight these cells are not increased, however they are inflated more.

Misc. associated with100

• Eat healthy, exercise, and reduce sedentary activities, such as watching TV and playing computer games.

Misc. associated with200

• Skin fold calipers, Hydrostatic

• “underwater” weighing, Electrical

• Impedance and Scanning

Misc. associated with400

• One-half to two pounds a week

Credits associated with

Core Concepts in Health, Ninth Edition. Insel, Paul M., Roth,

Walton T., The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. 2002.

http://www.obesity.org

http://www.kidsource.com/kidsource/content2/obesity.html

http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/topics/obesity/default.htm

http://www.bcm.tmc.edu/cnre/index.html

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http://www.gograph.com

• Misc.

• 100 – Ways to lose weight and fight obesity.

• 200 – Ways to measure % of body fat.

• 300 – Fat Cells

• 400 – The suggested amount of weight loss per week for long term gains.

• 500 – Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR)

• Obesity

• 100 – Overweight & Obese

• 200 – Adult Americans categorized as being overweight or obese.

• 300 – Health risks associated with obesity.

• 400 – The two minorities that have a higher obesity rate than White Americans.

• 500 – Deaths related to obesity.

• 100 – Overweight & Obese children and adolescents

• 200 – Children – Boys have higher prevalence for being overweight / Adolescents – boys and girls have about the same prevalence for being overweight.

• 300 – Causes that contribute to being overweight and obese.

• 400 – A main cause of obesity.

• 500 – Chances overweight adolescents have of becoming overweight or obese adults.

• BMI

• 100 – What the initials BMI stand for.

• 200 – Overweight Range

• 300 – Obese Range

• 400 – Normal Range

• 500 – Factors that help make up BMI