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Healthy Eating
List your 5 most
favourite foods:
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• …….now share with your
group…..
1. What factors influenced
your choices?
2. How many of your choices
are associated with
pleasant events?
Recent Research:
• Social & environmental
determinants of health
• Get rid of “lifestyle choices”
• “Make the easy choice the
healthy choice”
• 2.4% of Health expenditure
• 39% greater incidence in obesity
in children who purchase lunch at
school
What does food
mean to you?
• Think of the first food that
comes into your mind when you
hear the following words….
Why do you eat?
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Hungry
Bored
With friends
Happy
Worried
Sad
Lonely
Angry
Tired
Watching TV
Told it is time to eat
How do food choices and
the meaning we place
upon food affect our body
shape, body size, and body
image?
Body Image Activity
• What grade level???
• What expectations could be met?
• Source – Health Connection (U.S)
GRADE
SPECIFIC EXPECTATIONS
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Outline the factors that influence body shape and size
Analyse, over a period of time, their own food selections
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Explain the purpose and function of calories and nutrients
Identify critical information on food labels
Describe the influence of media on body image
Explain how changes in our bodies sometimes affect our eating habits
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Determine the influence of various factors on personal food choices, body image,
and self-esteem
Analyse personal eating habits in a variety of situations
Describe the benefits of healthy eating for active living
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Examine the effects of healthy eating and regular physical activity on body shape
and size, and on self-esteem
Describe how our body image influences our food choices
Identify factors affecting healthy body weight
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Analyse the effects of undereating and overeating
Identify ways to maintain a healthy body weight
Adopt personal food plans, based on nutritional needs and personal goals, to
improve or maintain their eating practices
Explain how healthy eating is beneficial to various physical activities
Explain the risks of dieting and other unhealthy eating behaviours for controlling
weight
Analyse the relationships among healthy eating, physical activity, and body image
Make appropriate revisions to personal plans of action that promote healthy
eating and physical activity
Explain strategies and ideas for focusing on a healthy lifestyle rather than on body
weight
Identify the relative effectiveness of different types of resources and support
services related to healthy eating
Old
Food
Guide
Canada’s Food
Guide
First Nations, Inuit &
Metis Food Guide
What are children
eating now?
• According to the HBSC data
(Statistics Canada)…
…..So what do you think??????
VOTING LETTERS
Canada’s Food Guide recommends the
following daily servings of milk products
for 10-16 year old children:
A) 1-2
B) 2-3
C) 3-4
D) 4-5
VOTING LETTERS
Canada’s Food Guide recommends the
following daily servings of milk products
for 10-16 year old children:
A) 1-2
B) 2-3
C) 3-4
D) 4-5
The following is defined as the addition of
vitamins and minerals into food products
that may have been lost during
processing
A)
B)
C)
D)
Enriched
Fortified
Additives
Ingredients
The following is defined as the addition of
vitamins and minerals into food products
that may have been lost during
processing
A)
B)
C)
D)
Enriched
Fortified
Additives
Ingredients
A paper clip weighs about this much:
A)
B)
C)
D)
100 mg
1 gm
10 gm
100 gm
A paper clip weighs about this much:
A)
B)
C)
D)
100 mg
1 gm
10 gm
100 gm
Statistics show that at any given time there
are ______% of women and _____% of
men are on a diet.
A)
B)
C)
D)
40, 30
50, 25
70, 35
80, 30
Statistics show that at any given time there
are ______% of women and _____% of
men are on a diet.
A)
B)
C)
D)
40, 30
50, 25
70, 35
80, 30
TRUE OR FALSE????
Most children live in a home where
at least one parent is dieting.
TRUE
Canadian children in Grades 3 and
4 say they’d rather lose a parent,
get cancer, or live through a
nuclear war than be fat.
TRUE
Most models weigh about 10-15%
less than the average woman in
our society.
FALSE
Anorexia Nervosa occurs in
approximately 1% of adolescents,
90% of whom are female.
TRUE
Bulimia nervosa occurs in
approximately 3% of adolescents,
90% of whom are females.
TRUE
Most of boys’ concerns about their
body centre on building lean body
mass and sculpting their muscles,
which can lead to extreme forms
of exercise and bodybuilding.
TRUE
An increasing number of teens
(mainly male) are using steroids
to improve their physical
appearance.
TRUE
Adolescent steroid users are also
likely to use other drugs and to
share needles.
TRUE
Beer is a good source of B
vitamins.
FALSE!!!!!
It is not what we eat that makes us
put on weight but how we
combine the foods we eat.
FALSE
Where can I get some of these
resources????
Ontario Physical & Health Education Association
Dairy Farmers of Ontario
Body Image Coalition of Peel
Health Canada
Discover Healthy Eating! A Teacher’s Resource
Canada’s Food Guide
Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion
Check your local Health Unit too!
North Bay and District Health Unit
The Health Connection, Inc.
4660 Cooper Road
Stockbridge, Michigan USA 49285
Fax 527-851-4692
[email protected]
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