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Sneak Peek: Work It Off
It's time for another sneak peek inside the Nutrition Education Store!
Today I want to talk about healthful eating habits. After all, there's simply not enough time to work off a bad diet. That's why Beth Rosen, MS, RD, CDN and I teamed up to create this wonderful new poster, Work It Off.
Work It Off outlines exactly how much time it would take a person to burn off the calories in common foods like burgers and soft drinks. Do your clients know that it would take 1 hour and 40 minutes to walk off the calories in half a frozen pizza? Or that an oversized cinnamon roll would take 2 hours and 14 minutes to walk off? Share all this painstakingly-researched information -- and more! -- with this fun and colorful poster.
Of course, the fun doesn't stop there!
This poster comes with a free PDF handout. As a bonus just for you, I'd like to share that handout in its entirety, right now!
Here's a preview...
Exercise is an important tool for achieving a healthy lifestyle. But beware of this diet pitfall: Exercise alone will not help you reach your weight loss goals, especially if you’re eating a high-calorie diet filled with solid fats and added sugar.
Exercise does burn calories, but there is a common misperception about just how long it takes to burn enough calories to equal the calories in a meal, snack, or drink. This chart includes the calorie counts of common food choices in the typical American diet, and the duration of time that a 150-pound person needs to walk in order to burn off those calories.
How long will it take you to work it off?
Get a personalized guide to both food and exercise at Food and Health’s Exercise and Calorie Calculator. You can access it for free at https://foodandhealth.com/excalc.php!
Simply choose an activity (aerobics, yoga, walking, etc), then enter the amount of time you will take to do it. Fill in your weight in pounds, then click “Compute”. You’ll end up with a number of calories burned.
The figures are based on moderate activity levels. If your workouts are more vigorous, you can add a few calories to the number you burn.
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