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Diabetes Prevention: 

Diabetes Prevention GE Energy’s 4 Key Nutrition Messages Month 2; Class 1

Deal Yourself a Winning Hand . . .: 

Deal Yourself a Winning Hand . . .

Five or more servings of fruits and vegetables each day: 

Five or more servings of fruits and vegetables each day

5 A Day for Better Health Eating Fruits and Vegetables Is an Easy Way to Prevent Many Diseases: 

5 A Day for Better Health Eating Fruits and Vegetables Is an Easy Way to Prevent Many Diseases Prevent and reduce high blood pressure Part of a plan to prevent diabetes Reduce LDL “bad” cholesterol Fundamental part of the Mediterranean diet Recommended by the national cancer institute

The More Variety, the Better. Aim for Dark-green, Deep-yellow and Red Vegetables. : 

The More Variety, the Better. Aim for Dark-green, Deep-yellow and Red Vegetables. Spinach, kale, brussels sprouts, broccoli, asparagus, sweet potatoes, red peppers, squash, beets, carrots, tomatoes, cauliflower, onions, and garlic

Fruit….The Sweet Treat!: 

Fruit….The Sweet Treat! The more variety, the better! Aim for deep colored fruits. Full of essential vitamins, minerals and fibers.

Beans Count : 

Beans Count High in fiber Heart healthy

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Tips on Getting Your 5 A Day 1 medium sized piece of fruit ¾ cup (6 oz.) of 100% fruit or vegetable juice ½ cup of raw or cooked vegetable or fruit 1 cup of raw leafy vegetables (dark green varieties) ½ cup of cooked dry peas or beans ¼ cup of dried fruit

Portion Distortion Size Does Matter: 

Portion Distortion Size Does Matter

Before we look at what has happened to portion size….: 

Before we look at what has happened to portion size…. Let’s look at what has happened to the size of the average American.

Obesity Trends in the US 1985: 

Obesity Trends in the US 1985 Source: Mokdad A H, et al. J Am Med Assoc 1999;282:16, 2001;286:10.

Obesity Trends in the US 1986: 

Obesity Trends in the US 1986

Obesity Trends in the US 1987: 

Obesity Trends in the US 1987

Obesity Trends in the US 1988: 

Obesity Trends in the US 1988

Obesity Trends in the US 1989: 

Obesity Trends in the US 1989

Obesity Trends in the US 1990: 

Obesity Trends in the US 1990

Obesity Trends in the US 1991: 

Obesity Trends in the US 1991

Obesity Trends in the US 1992: 

Obesity Trends in the US 1992

Obesity Trends in the US 1993: 

Obesity Trends in the US 1993

Obesity Trends in the US 1994: 

Obesity Trends in the US 1994

Obesity Trends in the US 1995: 

Obesity Trends in the US 1995

Obesity Trends in the US 1996: 

Obesity Trends in the US 1996

Obesity Trends in the US 1997: 

Obesity Trends in the US 1997

Obesity Trends in the US 1998: 

Obesity Trends in the US 1998

Obesity Trends in the US 1999: 

Obesity Trends in the US 1999

Obesity Trends in the US 2000: 

Obesity Trends in the US 2000

Obesity Trends in the US 2001: 

Obesity Trends in the US 2001

Obesity Trends in the US 2002: 

(*BMI 30, or ~ 30 lbs overweight for 5’4” person) Obesity Trends in the US 2002

Twenty Years of Change: 

Twenty Years of Change A bagel 20 years ago was 3 inches in diameter and had 140 calories. How many calories do you think are in today's bagel? Answer: 350 calorie

Twenty Years of Change: 

Twenty Years of Change A portion of spaghetti and meatballs 20 years ago had 500 calories. How many calories do you think are in today's portion of spaghetti and meatballs? Answer: 1,025 calories

Twenty Years of Change: 

Twenty Years of Change A cheeseburger 20 years ago had 333 calories. How many calories do you think are in today's cheeseburger? Answer: 590 calories

Growing Portions: 

Growing Portions A 6.5-ounce portion of soda had 85 calories. How many calories do you think are in today's portion? Answer: 250 calories

Twenty Years of Change: 

Twenty Years of Change The 2.4 ounce serving of fries served 20 years ago had 210 calories. How many calories do you think are in today's portion? Answer: 610 calories

Twenty Years of Change: 

Twenty Years of Change A turkey sandwich 20 years ago had 320 calories. How many calories do you think are in today's portion? Answer: 820 calories

Portion Distortion: 

Portion Distortion The USDA recommended serving size for a muffin is 1 ½ ounces which is 115 calories. How many calories are in a muffin typically served today? Answer: 710 calories (6.5 ounces)

Portion Distortion: 

Portion Distortion The USDA serving size for meat is 2.5 ounces which is 190 calories. How many calories in the average portion served in restaurants? Answer: 615 calories (8.1 ounces)

Would You Like to “Super Size” That?: 

Would You Like to “Super Size” That? A cheeseburger, order of fries and soda has 690 calories. Make it a “double quarter pounder” with cheese and super size your meal. How many calories in this “bargain”? Answer: 1780 calories

I’ll Just Have a Little Snack: 

I’ll Just Have a Little Snack How many calories are there in a classic Cinnabon brand cinnamon roll? Answer: 730 calories (A Pecanbon has 1100 calories!) .

Learn the Fat Facts Not All Fats Are Created Equal: 

Learn the Fat Facts Not All Fats Are Created Equal

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Poly Sat Trans Mono Omega 3: Fatty fish 2 times a week Omega 6: controversial, watch the science develop, minimal amount Count grams of Saturated fat. <10 if you have heart disease; <20 g for others Make this the main fat in you diet. Use olive oil, canola & peanut oil for cooking. Check food labels for hydrogenated oils and keep to a minimum. Avoid Fast Foods

Combine Good Nutrition with an Active Lifestyle: 

Combine Good Nutrition with an Active Lifestyle

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