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Title: Nutrition Management Plan and Resources|
Presenter's Name: Angela Rawls
Content Area: Nutrition
Session Number: 17
Computer Link that will allow me to use materials created in Word and Power Point; Handout (Eating Plan Evaluation Checklist)
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"Healthful Living" Objectives Met:
Nutrition and Weight Management
|Goal Five: Objectives 1-3
|Goal Six: Objectives 1-2
FOCUS and/or REVIEW
With all of the misinformation about diet and nutrition, it is confusing and frustrating to know what is right and healthy and what is not. How can you sort through all of the information and develop an eating plan or weight management plan that is safe for you?
STATEMENT OF OBJECTIVES
- Identify the components of a good weight management program
- Distinguish between a fad diet and healthy eating plan
- Identify resources available for health and weight control information
- Develop a personalized weight management program
- Introduction (slide 1 and 2)
- Basic Principles of a Nutrition/Weight Management Program (slide 3)
- Components of a Healthy Diet (slide 4)
- Fad Diets (slide 5)
- Ask students for some current fad diets they are familiar with.
- Review examples of diets and ask students to determine if the diet is a fad diet or a healthy eating plan.
- Components of a Healthy Eating Plan (slide 6 and handout)
- Discuss ways to determine if an eating plan is good or bad
- Behavior Modification Techniques (slide 7)
- Discuss the steps involved in using behavior modification
- Use an example to demonstrate behavior modification
- Community Resources Available (slides 8-9)
- Discuss some of the resources that are available for furthering knowledge about nutrition and exercise
- Provide students with credible Internet sites for health, nutrition, and exercise information
- Discuss some resources available for support
- Ask for student input about resources they are familiar with
- Discussion on food and activity diaries
- Talk with students about common findings from the analysis of their diaries
- Compliment on the positive aspects and suggest changes where needed
Discuss with students how to combine their data from diaries with a weight/nutrition management program for themselves.
Have students write a personal nutrition/weight management plan with the appropriate components.
Summary (slide 10)