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Nutrition Jeopardy. Created By: Nedra Christensen Utah State University Extension Special Thanks to Matt Hamlyn for permission to use the game board frame. Food Spectrum. Portion Distortion. Hydration. Food Fads/Fights. Breakfast. Behavior Change Theories. Behavior Change Theory.

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Nutrition Jeopardy

Created By: Nedra Christensen

Utah State University Extension

Special Thanks to Matt Hamlyn for permission to use the game board frame

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Behavior Change Theory

Food Spectrum

Portion Distortion

Food Fads/Fights

Hydration

Breakfast

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The phytochemical found in tomato based products, watermelon, pink grapefruit, or guava

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What is lycopene?

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The phytochemical found in carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, butternut squash, cantaloupe, mangos, apricots, peaches

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What is Beta Carotene?

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The phytochemical that maintains good vision, reduces the risk of cataracts or macular degeneration.

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What is Lutein?

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The phytochemical that reduces the risk of cancer (particularly of the breast and prostate), reduces the risk of tumor growth in cancer patients.

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What is Indoles?

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The phytochemical found in red raspberries, sweet cherries, strawberries, cranberries, beets, red apples (with skin) red cabbage, red onion, kidney beans, red beans

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What are Anthocyanins

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Waistlines, plate sizes, cup holders, arm chairs, theater seats, airplane seats

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What are getting bigger?

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A medium apple, a medium banana, ½ cup canned fruit, ½ cup fresh fruit, ¾ cup fruit juice

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What is the appropriate size for a fruit serving?

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1 slice of bread, ½ hamburger bun, ½ cup cooked cereal, ½ cup pasta, 1/3 c (½) cup rice, 5-6 small crackers (saltine or similar)

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What is the appropriate size for a grain serving?

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1 c. frozen yogurt,

½ c. ice cream, 1 c. yogurt,

1 c. milk, 1 ½ ounce cheese

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What is an appropriate size serving from the dairy group?

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½ c. dry beans, 2 Tbs. peanut butter, ½ c. tofu, 1 egg, 1/3 c. nuts, 2-3 oz. meat, poultry, fish

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What is an appropriate size

protein serving?

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Headache, thirst, dry mouth

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What are the symptoms of dehydration?

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Diuretic therapy, excessive sweating, vomiting or diarrhea, inadequate water intake, not drinking during exercise

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What are the potential

causes of dehydration?

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A product where sales have tripled in the last 10 years, is not regulated by the FDA, ¼ comes from community tap water, not necessarily safer than tap water

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What is bottled water?

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4 – 8 ounces every 15 minutes during, 1 – 2 cups before, and 4 – 8 ounces just before

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What are the guidelines for the amount of water to drink for exercise?

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Declining kidney function, decreased lean body mass, decreased thirst mechanism, increased frequency of disease, decreased mobility, incontinence

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What are the reasons why the elderly are more susceptible to dehydration?

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Fruits and vegetables protect against most cancers, heart disease and obesity

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What are the reasons proper nutrition is important ?

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Eating habits start early and are hard to change

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What are the reasons proper nutrition is important?

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Advertising of sugared cereals/soda/candy, peer influence, aversion to new tastes/foods, family habits

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What are the major

contributing factors to poor eating behavior?

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Provide choices, be an example, have snacking rules,

use non-food rewards

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What are good ways

to get your children to choose healthy food?

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30% of youth eat at Fast Food Restaurant in a day, by age 1 ½ -- French Fries are the most common vegetable eaten, Fast Food Restaurant consumers have more calories in sugar that from fruits and vegetables

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What are the national trends for eating behaviors in children?

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Whole grain bread, high fiber cereal, fresh fruit, low fat dairy, protein

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What are good foods to eat for breakfast ?

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Skipping breakfast helps weight control, skipping breakfast is a fast way to lose weight, skipping breakfast reduces total calories for the day

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What are perceptions

regarding breakfast?

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Weight gain, impaired fasting lipids (cholesterol), impaired post meal insulin sensitivity, decreased resting energy expenditure

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What are the results of

skipping breakfast ?

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Increased physical performance, increased cognition, increased learning skills, improved mood, increased creativity?

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What are the benefits of

eating breakfast?

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A better memory, increased nutritional status, increased attendance at work/school, decreased drop out rate at school, improved lipid panel (cholesterol)

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What are the benefits of

eating breakfast?

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Consumer Information Processing theory, Health Belief Model, Stages of Change (Transtheoretical Model), Social Cognitive Theory, Behavioral Self Management

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What are behavior change theories?

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Pre-contemplation, Contemplation, Preparation, Action, Maintenance

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What are the Components of the Transtheoretical Model?

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The client believes: health behavior has an effect on disease; taking action will reduce or eliminate serious health risks, the pros of change out weigh the cons, he/she is able to change?

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What are the components of the Health Belief Model?

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The central concept of this theory is self efficacy (the client’s belief in his/her ability to change and maintain a change)

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What is the Social

Cognitive Theory?

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This theory uses self monitoring strategies that cause clients to be aware of triggers for

dietary behavior

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What is the Behavioral Self Management Theory?

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Final

category

The category is Phytochemicals

Write down how much you want to wager

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The phytochemical that helps boost immunity, helps lower high cholesterol, helps control high blood pressure and heart attacks, and reduces the risk for spread of cancer (particularly stomach and colon cancer).