Every Calorie Counts - CommonHealth

Every Calorie Counts - CommonHealth

Every Calorie Counts In Maintaining a Healthy Weight Research Studies report 33% of Americans are overweight or obese

Obesity related deaths climbed to over 300,000 per year; 2nd only to tobacco related deaths Consuming convenient, prepackaged and fast foods loaded with fat, sodium, sugar and calories too often may be linked to some of our obesity Not sitting down with our families to eat slowly and enjoy our meals is harming our bodies and hurting our health

We can change that! With this program, you will learn more Why Diets Dont Work about Portion Control

Understanding Food Labels Super Foods Why Diets Dont Work A Calorie is a calorie, is a calorie, is a . Calories In = Calories Out > Same Weight

Calories In < Calories Out >Lose Weight If we eat fewer calories than we burn, we will lose weight Calories In > Calories Out > Gain Weight

If we eat more calories than we burn, we will gain weight Calories and weight 1 pound of body fat = 3,500 calories loss. To lose 1 pound a week, you need to eat 500 calories less each day

Or add enough exercise to burn an extra 500 calories each day Or combine them both, by walking 30-45 minutes each day (burning approximately 250 calories) and eating 250 calories less each day According to the USDA Food Guide Pyramid, Calories do add

up. Just an extra 100 calories per day = 10 pound weight gain in a year HOWEVER, Eating 100 calories less per day = 10 pound weight loss in a year Portion Distortion In the last 50 years weve seen

.. Plates Drinks Cup Holders Servings Ourselves

..ALL GET LARGER! Studies also indicate Even when we cook at home, we now tend to serve ourselves larger portions comparable to what we receive in a restaurant Feeling like we need to clean our plate before dessert, finish leftovers and not waste any food compounds our larger servings

Compare these popular foods and how big they have gotten Plain Bagel Fast Food Burger Movie Popcorn Be Portion Friendly

Switch the candy dish for a fruit bowl Avoid super sized items more isnt always better! Make single serve snacks from larger packages Dont buy tempting foods for your home or

office..It is not as easy to binge on oranges as it is a box of cookies Be Portion Friendly Check serving sizes on labels Dont eat from the package measure out a serving

Measure your servings soon it will be easy to eyeball correctly Purchase healthy foods and snacks. You may have heard that healthier foods are expensive, but

remember, so is medication for health problems! Look for sales on produce and check your local farmers market for deals on fresh veggies and fruit! Slow down and ENJOY each bite Whats a Serving???? Standardized recommendations Remember, if you eat more than the

serving size you will need to add more for calories, fat, sodium, sugar, etc Whats a Help to control your portion, by measuring Serving???? out food and putting the rest away Account for what you actually eat

Do the MATH for correct caloric intake SPECIAL SUPERFOODS POTASSIUM rich Packed with ANTIOXIDANTS

OMEGA -3 FATTY ACIDS ANTIOXIDANT POWER MORE High FIBER SUPERFOODS

Magnesium, Potassium and Vit E More ANTIOXIDANT power Choose whole foods, variety of fruits and vegetables and use careful preparation and many foods become SUPERFOODS! Family Matters

Serve children portions for their size Children do not need an adult size portion Stock up on nutrient dense food Know what your kids are eating at school

Whether you pack lunch or eat at school, talk to your children about a well-balanced meal Family Matters Make sweets a treat Ditch the drive-through, and get your kids to help with meal preparation

Decrease screen time Model healthy eating and help children make choices for healthy eating Shake it! Get moving and get active with your kids!

If you make EVERY CALORIE COUNT.. .. you can easily make the changes necessary to take greater control of your health! THANK YOU! Be sure to visit our website www.commonhealth.virginia.gov for more information.

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