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  1. Making Healthy Food Choices Using Menu Labels

  2. Lesson Objectives By the end of this lesson, you will be able to: • Identify your own daily energy needs & what portion of those needs should come from lunch • Apply calorie information to select food & beverages that meet your energy needs at lunch • Discuss the benefits of paying attention to calorie information to match intake with needs—i.e. energy balance.

  3. What do you already know? Energy balance refers to the balance between calories consumed through eating and drinking and those calories expended through physical activity and metabolic processes. Simple equation: Energy in = Energy out (expended)

  4. How many know how many calories you should eat each day?

  5. Laurel plays forward on the school's soccer team.She is a 17 year old junior. With soccer practice, weight training, and games, she is engaged in vigorous physical activity at least two hours, six days a week.Because she is active more than 60 minutes a day, MyPlate.gov estimates that Laurel needs 2,600 calories a day. But Laurel trains at least 120 minutes a day, so this estimate probably underestimates her energy needs. She eats breakfast and a mid-morning snack and needs between 700 and 800 calories at lunch to give her enough energy to keep her going through practice. • Which of the menu options on your answer sheet do you think best meets Laurel’s nutrition and calorie needs for lunch?

  6. Menu Labeling Laws • The Affordable Care Act includes a requirement that all fast-food and chain restaurants are required to include nutrition information on menus and menu board beginning in 2012. King County has implemented a similar requirement since January 1, 2009.

  7. Nutrition Labeling Quiz Which breakfast item at Denny’s has theFEWESTnumber of calories? Ham & cheddar omelet Country fried steak & eggs Three slices of French toast with syrup & margarine Three pancakes with syrup & margarine

  8. Nutrition Labeling Quiz Which breakfast item at Denny’s has the FEWESTnumber of calories? Ham & cheddar omelet595 Country fried steak & eggs543 Three slices of French toast with syrup& margarine1261 Three pancakeswith syrup & margarine650

  9. Nutrition Labeling Quiz Which item at Dunkin’ Donuts has theFEWESTnumber of calories? Sesame bagel with cream cheese Two jelly-filled donuts Banana walnut muffin A medium (24 oz.) strawberry banana smoothie

  10. Nutrition Labeling Quiz Which item at Dunkin’ Donuts has theFEWESTnumber of calories? Sesame bagel & cream cheese 570 Two jelly-filled donuts420 Banana walnut muffin540 A medium (24 oz.) strawberry banana smoothie 550

  11. Nutrition Labeling Quiz Which sandwich at Subway has the FEWESTnumber of calories? (6-inch sub) Meatball Marinara Steak & Cheese Chicken & Bacon Ranch Tuna

  12. Nutrition Labeling Quiz Which sandwich at Subway has the FEWEST number of calories? Meatball Marinara 560 Steak & Cheese400 Chicken & Bacon Ranch 580 Tuna 530

  13. Nutrition Labeling Quiz Which item at McDonald’s has the MOST calories? A Big Mac Two Egg McMuffins A large chocolate shake Four regular hamburgers

  14. Nutrition Labeling Quiz Which item at McDonald’s has the MOST calories? • A Big Mac 540 • Two Egg McMuffins 600 • A large chocolate shake1160 • Four regular hamburgers 1000

  15. Nutrition Quiz Results King County Results 1 out of 388 answered all four questions correctly 72% missed all of the questions Quiz adapted from: California Center for Public Health Advocacy Menu Labeling Quiz: http://www.metrokc.gov/health/boh/menuquiz.htm

  16. Woodinville Cafeteria Quiz Which entree item in the cafeteria has the FEWEST number of calories? Chicken Caesar Wrap Spicy Chicken Burger with Fries Chef Salad Pepperoni Pizza

  17. Which beverage item in the cafeteria has the FEWEST number of calories? • Nonfat Chocolate Milk (8 oz.) • Nonfat Milk (8oz.) • Minute Maid Orange Juice (8 oz.) • V-8 juice (12 oz.)

  18. Which dessert item in the cafeteria has the MOST number of calories? • Chocolate Chip Cookie • Brownie • Blueberry Poptarts • Kellogg’s Rice Krispie Treats

  19. Your MyPlate Assignment How many calories did MyPlate suggest you need on a daily basis?

  20. Why might there be a discrepancy? Not taken into account: • Growth rate • Body composition – proportion of lean muscle mass • Genetics, hormones • Estimates & vague descriptions of Physical Activity Warning: Don’t trust what exercise machines tell you!

  21. Males 14-17 years Sedentary: 2000-2400 Mod. Active: 2400-2800 Active: 2800-3200 Females 14-17 years Sedentary: 1800 Mod. Active: 2000 Active: 2400 Average Caloric Needs

  22. How many of those calories should come from your lunch? • Approximately 1/3, IF you don’t snack! • 600-700 for girls • 700-900 for boys If you do snack (and most of us do!): • 400-500 calories for girls • 500-700 calories for boys

  23. Why is it important to make healthy food choices?

  24. Group activity Get into groups of 6. Each group will have a fictitious person with different energy needs. Your job as a group is to create a healthy lunch for your character, using the menu item cards. Use your MyPlate placement to help decide what foods & beverages will meet your character’s nutrition needs. Things to consider: What are this person’s calorie needs? What nutrition is this person getting; what is this person missing? Be prepared to report out to the class, why you made the choices you made!

  25. “My Plate” Rules of Thumb! • Make half your plate fruits and vegetables • Make at least half your grains whole grains • Drink water instead of sugary drinks • Switch to skim or 1% milk • Enjoy your food, but eat less • Be physically active

  26. Why is exercise important?

  27. Why is exercise important? • Good for me—keep heart, muscles, & bones strong • Feels good— “Runner’s high” Boosts your energy • Makes it easier to do the things I want to do. • Reduce stress, promotes better sleep • Combats chronic diseases • Manage weight • It may lead to higher academic performance • It can be fun—active play counts!

  28. Laurel plays forward on the school's soccer team.She is a 17 year old junior. With soccer practice, weight training, and games, she is engaged in vigorous physical activity at least two hours, six days a week.Because she is active more than 60 minutes a day, MyPlate.gov estimates that Laurel needs 2,600 calories a day. But Laurel trains at least 120 minutes a day, so this estimate probably underestimates her energy needs. She eats breakfast and a mid-morning snack and needs between 700 and 800 calories at lunch to give her enough energy to keep her going through practice. • Which of the menu options on your answer sheet do you think best meets Laurel’s nutrition and calorie needs for lunch?

  29. Option AOption B Pepperoni Pizza Teriyaki Chicken &Vegie Noodle Caesar Salad Bowl Non-fat Chocolate Non-fat Milk Milk Chocolate Chip Cookie Vegetable, Grain, Vegetable, Grain, Protein, Dairy Protein, Dairy Calories: 945 Calories: 715 Option COption D Cheeseburger & Fries Chicken Caesar Wrap Vitamin Water Arizona Mango Ice Tea Protein, grain, Protein, Grain, Vegetable Vegetable, Fruit Calories: 581 Calories: 1020

  30. Woodinville Cafeteria Quiz Which entree item in the cafeteria has the FEWEST number of calories? Chicken Caesar Wrap 660Calories Spicy Chicken Burger with Fries 637 Cheeseburger with Fries 581Calories Pepperoni Pizza 480Calories

  31. Which beverage item in the cafeteria has the FEWEST number of calories? • Nonfat Chocolate Milk (8 oz.) 130 • Nonfat Milk (8oz.) 90 • Minute Maid Orange Juice (10 oz.) 110 • V-8 juice ( oz.) 75

  32. Which dessert item in the cafeteria has the MOST number of calories? • Chocolate Chip Cookie 190calories • Brownie 243calories • Blueberry Pop-tarts 200/400calories • Kellogg’s Rice Krispie Treats 90calories