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  1. How expensive is it to eat healthfully in rural alaska? Denise Ramp Significant contributions from Angela Manderfeld

  2. Objectives • Identify challenges of eating healthy in rural Alaska • Demonstrate use of cost analysis • Explore resources to assist in changing health beliefs of Alaska Native people for healthy eating

  3. Cost for a day of overeating, less healthy

  4. Cost for a day of overeating, less healthy

  5. Cost for a day of eating balanced and correct portions

  6. Cost for a day of eating balanced and correct portions

  7. Cost Savings of Healthy Eating • Savings of 9.46 per day, per adult = $3,352/yr • Potential Weight Loss

  8. Cost of Unhealthy Behaviors

  9. Cost of Medications

  10. Where can we save $ • Smoking/Chew • Fuel for snow machine • Pop, chips, candy • “Eating out” – concession stands, convenience marts, restaurants • Alcohol • Shop at your “Store Outside Your Door” • Screen time(TV computer) – indirect cost • Medications – indirect cost

  11. Changing the culture • Creating a demand for more healthy food choices in your stores • Creating safe bike and pedestrian paths • Reintroducing and supporting subsistence and community gardens

  12. http://ak-healthpromotionmaterials.wikispaces.com/Eat+Smart+Alaska+Resourceshttp://ak-healthpromotionmaterials.wikispaces.com/Eat+Smart+Alaska+Resources http://www.facebook.com/StoreOutside http://www.youtube.com/ANTHCStoreOutside Soon videos and other materials will be available from ANTHC Community Health Services’ website

  13. Thank you. • Questions? • Comments?