DASH_Phyllis_Allen_Nov_2007b

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DASH FOR GOOD HEALTH SOUTHERN STYLEFaith-based Training : DASH FOR GOOD HEALTH SOUTHERN STYLEFaith-based Training Medical University of South Carolina November 17, 2007 Phyllis Allen, MS, RD Slide 2: DASH FOR GOOD HEALTH Modules 3, 4 & 5 Format of Modules Aim or Purpose Scripture Principle Applications Introduction Lesson Overview Sample Questions Conclusion Activity Prayer Thoughts to Remembers Slide 3: For each lesson, together we will: Review the nutrition activity Materials Answer a few of your nutrition questions Lesson 3 Activity : Lesson 3 Activity –Quick Check for a Healthy Meal What’s on Your Plate? Understand Important Foods for Your Plate DASH EATING PLAN : DASH EATING PLAN DASH EATING PLAN Handout Prepare & eat foods low in fat, calories & sodium Healthy fats Prepare foods Bake, broil, grill steam or stir fry Olive or canola oil Season herbs & spices instead of salt Slide 6: 9 inch plate Fill ½ the plate with vegetables On the side: Low fat milk or yogurt Fruit Margarine or low-fat salad dressing Fill ¼ of the plate with grains Fill ¼ of plate with meat or alternatives Lesson 3 Activity – What Was On Your Plate Today? : Lesson 3 Activity – What Was On Your Plate Today? Think about their plates Meal planning Meals and snacks Current eating habits Think about healthier choices Lesson 3 Activity – What’s Should Be on Your Plate? : Lesson 3 Activity – What’s Should Be on Your Plate? At home participants Plan meals & snacks Using Quick Check for a Healthy Meal What’s On Your Plate? : What’s On Your Plate? Handouts Quick Check for Healthy Meals DHEC ML # 009119 What was on your plate today? What’s On Your Plate? : What’s On Your Plate? What Are Your Questions? Lesson 4: How Do The Food Groups Strengthen Your Temple? : Lesson 4: How Do The Food Groups Strengthen Your Temple? DASH Eating Plan Lower blood pressure Limits salt intake to less than 1 tsp 2,400 mgs or less 1,500 mgs Rich in fruits, vegetables & whole grains Low fat meat, fish, poultry & dairy products Rich in calcium, potassium and other vitamins and minerals, and fiber My Pyramid Food Groups : My Pyramid Food Groups Grains Fruits and Vegetables Milk & other Calcium-Rich Foods Meats, Fish, Seafood, Poultry, Beans, Peas & Nuts Oils and Other Fats How Do The Food Groups Strengthen Your Temple? : How Do The Food Groups Strengthen Your Temple? Grains: Whole Grains Refined Grains Serving Sizes List of Whole grain versus Refined Grains How Do The Food Groups Strengthen Your Temple? : How Do The Food Groups Strengthen Your Temple? Vegetables Fresh, frozen, canned or dried Eat a variety think about a rainbow Dark Green Deep Orange Beans and Peas Starchy Vegetables juice How Do The Food Groups Strengthen Your Temple? : How Do The Food Groups Strengthen Your Temple? Fruits Fresh, frozen, canned or dried Eat a variety think about a rainbow Fruit over the juice Fiber in whole frutis 100% fruit juice How Do The Food Groups Strengthen Your Temple? : How Do The Food Groups Strengthen Your Temple? Milk, Yogurt and Cheese Low-fat or fat-free How Do The Food Groups Strengthen Your Temple? : How Do The Food Groups Strengthen Your Temple? Meats, Fish, Seafood, & Poultry Lean or low-fat Beans, Peas High in protein & fiber Low in fat Nuts & Seeds Healthy oils but high in calories ½ oz = 1 oz of meat Eggs 1 egg = 1 oz meat How Do The Food Groups Strengthen Your Temple? : How Do The Food Groups Strengthen Your Temple? Oils and Other Fats Healthy oils Soft tub margarines Avoid Solid Fats Solid at room temperature Butter, stick margarine, shortening, lard, tallow, suet, chicken fat Coconut and palm oils High in saturated fats How Do The Food Groups Strengthen Your Temple? : How Do The Food Groups Strengthen Your Temple? Handouts: DASH EATING Plan Food & Nutrition Glycemic Index Step Up to Nutrition & Health Step Up to Nutrition & Health National Nutrition Month 2006 Quiz Lesson 5: Give Us Our Daily Bread : Lesson 5: Give Us Our Daily Bread DASH Serving Sizes Serving Sizes Get Healthy & Maintain Health Control Amounts Eaten Give Us Our Daily Bread : Give Us Our Daily Bread DASH PLAN More fruits, vegetables and whole grains High fiber foods Bloating & diarrhea few days Gradually increase fiber to avoid or lessen problem Lesson 5: Activity : Lesson 5: Activity How Much Should We Eat? Review food groups Portion sizes for food groups DASH for Good Health Southern Style Eating Plan Use guide to plan meals Give Us Our Daily Bread : Give Us Our Daily Bread Handouts Sizing p servings How Much Are You Eating The Balancing Act: Eat Well and Move It! Give Us Our Daily Bread : Give Us Our Daily Bread Breads, cereals, rice, pasta and other grains Visuals to Help with Portion Sizes Hockey Puck 1 slice bread or ½ bagel Cupcake Wrapper 1/2 cup rice Ice Cream Scoop ½ cup pasta Fruits & Vegetables 1 tennis ball size piece of ½ cup = size light bulb Give Us Our Daily Bread : Give Us Our Daily Bread Meat, Fish, Chicken, Beans, Peas, Nuts & Eggs 3 ounces = deck of cards or check book Dairy 1 ounce = 4 dice Fats, Oils & Sweets 1 tsp = tip of your thumb Thank You : Thank You What are Your Questions?

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