A,. B,. C,s. Role Modeling The of. GOOD HEALTH. Nutrition Workshop. A. Aim for a Healthy Weight. Choose portions right for you. Balance food & physical Activity. B. Build a Healthy Base. Eat more fruits and vegetables. Choose whole grains daily.
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Aim for a
Build a Healthy Base
2. Teachers & other school staff
3. Childcare providers
4. Health professionals
6. Community Members
*Overweight: > 95th percentile BMI-for-age; at risk of overweight: > 85th-,95th percentile BMI-for-age, CDC Growth Charts, 2002. 15% of children are expected to fall above the 85th percentile (5% above the 95th percentile and 10% between the 85th and 95th percentiles).
1994: overweight: 8.9%; at risk: 13.8%
1995: overweight: 9.3%; at risk: 13.9%
1996: overweight: 9.7%; at risk: 14.6%
1997: overweight: 10.1%; at risk: 14.7%
1998: overweight: 10.1%; at risk: 14.4%
1999: overweight: 10.1%; at risk: 14.6%
2000: overweight: 11.4%; at risk: 15.0%
2001: overweight: 11.3%; at risk: 14.7%
2002: overweight: 11.8%; at risk: 15.0%
age 12-19: 10.5% 15.5%
age 6-11: 11.3% 15.3%
age 2-5: 7.2% 10.4%
For children, physical complications and problems of being overweight include:
•More eating away from home.
• More catering to children’s preferences.
• Concerns about safety can limit
A. Increase recreational physical activity.
B. Decrease TV time.
C. Increase physical education participation.
D. All of the above.
- No more that 1-2 hours of quality programs daily.
- No TV for children under age 2.
- Read, talk, or sing to children instead of TV.
- Have family mealtimes with the TV turned off.
- Play games with children instead of watching
D. All of the above
calcium-rich foods each day.
Choose a variety of grains daily, at least half the grains should be whole grains. The health benefits of whole grains are found in all of these foods except:
A. Brown Rice
B. Enriched white bread
Correct answer: B Although white bread is enriched with some nutrients removed during milling, it does not contain fiber.Modeling this behavior:
and other diseases
A. Rewards for trying new foods
B. Allowing children to serve themselves
C. Opportunities to see, touch, and smell a food before it is offered at a meal or snack
D. 10 or more exposures to a new food
• Pair a new food with a familiar food
C - Choose WiselyLimit intake of fats and oils high in saturated and/or trans fatty acids, choose products low in such fats and oils.Which of these protein choices have less than 1 gram of saturated fat in a 4 ounce serving?
smaller portions when eating fast foods.
Correct answer: C 40% of toddlers drink a sweetened beverage daily. An increase in broken bones in grade school children is related to soft drinks replacing milk. Modeling this behavior:
B. Fruit & milk
C. Vegetables, dip and juice
D. Pretzels and milk
- Eat lots of fruits and vegetables.
- Eat beans, nuts, and seeds.
- Have at 2-3 servings of low-fat dairy
- Eat less meat, poultry, and fish (6 oz. or
- Eat whole grain foods.
If you drink alcoholic beverages, be sensible, drink in moderation. What percentage of Wisconsin high school students drink alcoholic beverages?
Adults who consume alcoholic beverages, should drink in moderation – 1 drink per day for women, 2 for men.
Those who should not drink any alcohol include:
Children and adolescents.
Individuals of any age who cannot restrict their
drinking to moderate levels.
Women who are pregnant or may become pregnant.
Anyone who plans to drive/operate machinery.
Anyone taking medications that can interact