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Nutrition

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on 18 March 2014

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Transcript of Nutrition

Let's Talk Nutrition !
What is nutrition?
Nutrition is the process of absorbing nutrients from food and processing them in the body in order to stay healthy .
Why is nutrition important?
Our body is a complex machine that requires the right combination of nutrition to keep it running. Especially, to meet the demands of college life.
College students
The crazy schedule of college life often leads students to...

Eat on the run
Skip meals
Over-eat when dealing with stress
College Life is Stressful
In order to make your body function under the most pressured situations, it is important to fuel-up with the right kinds of foods!
On the Go Options Near/on Campus
McDonald's
Subway
Eagle Cafe'
Starbucks

560 Calories
540 Calories
Instead Of Eating
Healthier Options
150 Calories 290 Calories
Did you know..
=
2 hours
or
1 hour
Subway
Meatball Mariara
Tuna Sandwich
Sriracha Steak Melt
580 Calories
530 Calories
500 Calories
Instead of eating
McDonald's
Healthier Options
Oven Roasted
Chicken
Turkey Breast
290 Calories
380 Calories
340 Calories
Veggie Delite
Did you know...
To Burn off
=
60 Min.
70 Min.
1 hour 11 Min.
500 Calories
250 Calories
* Beware, Condiments
can add on 45 Calories
Eagle Cafe'
Instead Of Eating
Healthier Options
Sushi
130 Calories
Protein Bar
150 Calories
All around 200-250 Calories but are high in Sodium/ Carbohydrates
Starbucks
Instead of Getting
Healthier Alternatives
Caffe' Latte with
Nonfat milk
120 Calories
730 Calories!
Peppermint White
Hot Chocolate
Tazo Green
Tea Frapuccino
650 Calories!
Espresso Truffle
600 Calories!
Cappuccino with Nonfat milk
80 Calories


Did you know...

Hot tea without milk, sugar, or honey

=
zero calories!
Exercise!
Their is more to nutrition than just food.

Exercise
We all say that we are going to hit the gym and go a few times and fall off
According to webMD.com you should exersise between 30 and 90 minutes a day.
Fun Facts
You can generate up to a cup of snot in a
single 5-mile run
On average, every minute you walk extends your life by one and a half to two minutes
Regular exercise actually reduces wrinkles
Jumping rope involves almost every muscle in your body.
Free weights build muscle mass faster than weight machines
Cited
http://www.eatingrules.com/2010/05/starbucks-drinks-healthy-options/
http://www.everydayhealth.com/health-report/heart-healthy-living/exercise-facts.aspx
http://www.starbucks.com/
http://www.mcdonalds.com/us/en/home.html
http://www.subway.com/subwayroot/default.aspx
http://www.emich.edu/dining/eaglecafes/eaglecafecollegeofbusiness.php
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/water/NU00283
Fish-o-liet
Large Fry
Big Mac
Chicken Wrap
Salad
Parfait
Burn Off
Did you know...
If you google the Eagle Cafe
it can locate healthy options on campus.
Raymond Thomas Jr
Water
You need water to replace what your body loses through everyday functions like..
Sweating
Going to the bathroom
Exhaling
It's important to replace this lost water to prevent dehydration.

Tips
Carry a water bottle when walking to class or
going to work.
Choose water instead of sugar-sweetened beverages.
To improve taste, adding a wedge of lime or
lemon.
480 calories
In my survey i asked:
In the past 30 days, how many times did you eat fastfood?

2. how many time have you ran a hour or more in the last month

3. when eating at McDonald how often do you get a burger and fries?

4. How many salads did you eat last month?
Survey questions
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