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Eat Well & Keep Moving 3rd Edition With Web Resource

ISBN: 9781492503972

Autores: Lilian W.Y. Cheung, Hank Dart, Sari Kalin, Brett Otis, Steven Gortmaker

Editora: HUMAN KINETICS

Número de Páginas: 344

Idioma: Inglês

Data Edição: 2016

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In North America obesity continues to be a problem, one that extends throughout life as children move into adolescence and adulthood and choose progressively less physical activity and less healthy diets. This public health issue needs to be addressed early in childhood, when kids are adopting the behaviors that they will carry through life. Eat Well & Keep Moving, Third Edition, will help children learn physically active and nutritionally healthy lifestyles that significantly reduce the risk of obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, and other diseases.
Section 1 Nutrition and Physical Activity Classroom Lessons and Promotions

Part I Classroom Lessons for Fourth Graders
Lesson 1 Healthy Living
Lesson 2 Carb Smart
Lesson 3 Safe Workout: An Introduction
Lesson 4 Balancing Act
Lesson 5 Fast-Food Frenzy
Lesson 6 Snack Attack
Lesson 7 Sugar Water: Think About Your Drink
Lesson 8 Water Water Everywhere . . . And It’s the Thing to Drink
Lesson 9 The Safe Workout: Snacking’s Just Fine, If You Choose the Right Kind
Lesson 10 Prime-Time Smartness
Lesson 11 Chain Five
Lesson 12 Alphabet Fruit (and Vegetables)
Lesson 13 Brilliant Breakfast
Lesson 14 Fitness Walking

Part II Classroom Lessons for Fifth Graders
Lesson 15 Healthy Living, Healthy Eating
Lesson 16 Keeping the Balance
Lesson 17 Safe Workout: A Review
Lesson 18 Hunting for Healthy Fat
Lesson 19 Beverage Buzz: Sack the Sugar
Lesson 20 Go for H2O
Lesson 21 Snack Decisions
Lesson 22 Snacking and Inactivity
Lesson 23 Freeze My TV
Lesson 24 Menu Monitoring
Lesson 25 Veggiemania
Lesson 26 Breakfast Bonanza
Lesson 27 Foods From Around the World
Lesson 28 Fitness Walking

Part III Promotions for the Classroom
Lesson 29 Freeze My TV
Lesson 30 Get 3 at School and 5+ a Day
Lesson 31 Class Walking Clubs
Lesson 32 Tour de Health

Section 2 Nutrition and Physical Activity Physical Education Lessons and Microunits

Part IV Physical Education Lessons
Lesson 33 Three Kinds of Fitness Fun: Endurance, Strength, and Flexibility
Lesson 34 Five Foods Countdown
Lesson 35 Musical Fare
Lesson 36 Bowling for Snacks
Lesson 37 Fruits and Vegetables

Part V FitCheck Guide
Lesson 38 Teachers’ Guide to the FitCheck
Lesson 39 Students’ Guide to the FitCheck

Part VI FitCheck Physical Education Microunits
Lesson 40 Charting Your FitScore and SitScore
Lesson 41 What Could You Do Instead of Watching TV?
Lesson 42 Making Time to Stay Fit
Lesson 43 Setting Goals for Personal Fitness

Part VII Additional Physical Education Microunits
Lesson 44 Thinking About Activity, Exercise, and Fitness
Lesson 45 Be Active Now for a Healthy Heart Later
Lesson 46 Be Active Now for Healthy Bones Later
Lesson 47 Let’s Get Started on Being Fit
Lesson 48 More on the Three Areas of Physical Fitness
Lilian W.Y. Cheung, DSc, is lecturer and director of health promotion and communication in the department of nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and has been a co-investigator at the Harvard Prevention Research Center on Nutrition and Physical Activity. She was the co-principal investigator for the original Eat Well & Keep Moving controlled trial in Baltimore Public Schools, the curriculum of which became the foundation for the first edition of this book. Her work focuses on the translation of science-based recommendations into public health communications and programs to promote healthy lifestyles for prevention and control of chronic disease.

Hank Dart, MS, is a health communications consultant who works in prevention and control for the Siteman Cancer Center at Washington University School of Medicine. He has worked for more than two decades in health communication and health education both on the federal level and in academia. He managed the education component of the Eat Well & Keep Moving study, and he developed all the educational materials for the program. He also managed the development of the popular health risk assessment website Your Disease Risk, and he coauthored the book Healthy Women, Healthy Lives. In his spare time, he enjoys trail running, Nordic skiing, and writing mediocre poetry.

Sari Kalin, MS, RD, LDN, is a registered dietitian with more than a decade of experience in health promotion and communication. She has been a wellness consultant with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, where she partnered with employers to design and deliver workplace wellness initiatives to engage employees and drive behavior change. Previously she was director of obesity prevention and wellness programs at South End Community Health Center; before that, she was program coordinator at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where she managed The Nutrition Source website. In her spare time she enjoys fitness walking, cooking healthy foods, and playing jazz piano and accordion.

Brett Otis, BS, is an editorial and communications associate in the department of nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and at the Harvard Prevention Research Center on Nutrition and Physical Activity, where he lends strategic support to multiple websites, publications, and communications initiatives. Merging his background in journalism, media relations, and health communications, he is interested in the translation and visualization of research through multiplatform and multimedia channels to address public health and environmental issues. In his spare time he enjoys running, road cycling, exploring farmers’ markets, cooking, and photography.

Steven L. Gortmaker, PhD, is a professor of health sociology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where he has been a faculty member since 1978. He directs the Harvard Prevention Research Center on Nutrition and Physical Activity, whose mission is to design, implement, and evaluate programs that improve physical activity and nutrition; reduce overweight; and decrease risk of chronic disease among children. He was the co-principal investigator for the original Eat Well & Keep Moving controlled trial in Baltimore Public Schools, and he has more than 180 research publications to his credit. Through a randomized controlled trial, he helped develop Planet Health, the first middle school curriculum that proved to reduce the prevalence of obesity among girls through improvements in diet, increased physical activity, and reduced television viewing.

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