Nutrition: Get the Facts
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Learning objectives & benefits:
The Secretary of Health and Human Services and the Secretary of the USDA stated, "putting this knowledge (of the Dietary Guidelines) into practice is difficult. More than 90 million Americans are affected by chronic diseases and conditions that compromise their quality of life and well-being. Overweight and obesity, which are risk factors for diabetes and other chronic diseases, are more common than ever before. To correct this problem, many Americans must make significant changes in their eating habits and lifestyles."
Here are the main topics of this PowerPoint show that summarize the research and provide the most important things you can do to better your health through nutrition. You can help consumers focus on the right things to do that really matter for their health - regardless of what they have "heard."
Every one will have fun reading the myths and nearly everyone has heard of at least one.
- Balance your diet
- Get enough nutrient-rich foods
- Limit nutrient poor foods
- Balance eating/exercise
- No magic bullet
- Debunking myths - no you do not need to buy that expensive bottle of juice or antioxidants
- Number of PowerPoint slides with speaker's notes: 39
- Number of handout pages with leader guide (PDF): 6
- Target audience: Ages 12 - 100
- Approximate length of show: 30 - 45 minutes
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