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Nourish

Nutrition
by

David Contarini

on 26 September 2014

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Transcript of Nourish

The Right Foods
starve
nutrients
Feed
The Right
Combinations
Parents missing the signs that children are obese
clarity
Clarity
Self Care
Work & Life
Self Care
Clarity
Work & Life
61%
5,000 Calories
61%
25%
Low nutrient
food

your body
don't
it
The Right Amounts
The Right
Times
Eat intentionally rather than accidentally
Protein
Carbohydrates
Fats
Builds muscle cells
Cell membranes
Connective tissue
1 gram / kg of body mass
75 grams for a 75 kg person
eggs
red meat
Chicken
Cheese
Beans
Tofu
Fish
Simple / Complex
High GI / Low GI
Nutrient dense
Nutrient poor
Milk
Provide energy to 75 trillion cells
Dark Bread
Pasta
Rice
Fruit
Vegetables
Grains & Legumes
Low fat dairy
Oats
Soft drinks
Energy drinks
Lollies
Gels
Cordials
High Fat
Pastries
Cakes
Hot chips
Crisps
Chocolate
Moderate activity needs
5-7 grams / kg
75 kg person needs 375 grams
Airbus taps into obesity market
Pregnant obese women face health risks
Obesity in Children doubling
Obesity leads to a poorer sex life
Obesity costs industry US $73 Bln a year
Ever-expanding waistlines mean that obesity is on the rise
Saturated fats
Essential fats
from animal sources
nuts
avocado
Fish
tuna
Canola oil
Olive oil
leafy veges


yet
Gourmet garlic potato mash with a sprinkle of marinated beef on a bed of strange numbers & sugar with a pixie dust of vegetables in a drop of red wine and enough salt to preserve a large cow.
Fatty meat
Butter
Full cream milk
Cheese
Palm oil
Chicken skin
Cream
Coconut oil
You will
never
win a fight
with food
We are
overfed
yet
under-nourished
We are
stuffed
but starved
quantity
Our diets are about
not quality
we are making
Our diets are
high in energy
low in nutrients
poor
food choices
Free
The
Day
To provide your body
with the
it needs
7am
10.30am
1pm
4pm
7pm
Protein
Carbohydrates
Essential Fats
Men 94 cm = 37 inches
Women 80 cm = 31.5 inches
Obese Adults
1 in 4
1 in 12
children
60%
Vegetables
Fruit
No Exercise
Diabetes 2
Doubled
1990-2008
Kidney Disease
Increase
80% BETWEEN 2009-2020
Lower blood pressure
Reduce blood cholesterol
Lowering stomach acid
84 yrs
Women
79 yrs
Men
2012
Diet related
Hunger
90%
3,460 KJ
The average daily
energy intake is 8,700KJ
Brown rice, nuts, beans, lentils, oats
Average daily calories 2008
Meat, eggs &
nuts
482
Fruit
86
added fat
641
added sugar
459
dairy
257
grains
625
veg
122
Total: 2673
High energy
Global
Multinationals
Global food economy
Community
Health system
Education
Sociaoeconomics
support
Beliefs
Individual
Food
Exercise
Stress
Internal
Genes
Hormones
2 eggs
2 slices
1/2 cup
2 tins
100 g
4 slices
1/2 cup
200 g
1/2 cup
1/2 cup
10 g Protein
1 cup
1/2 cup
2 cups
medium
medium
4 slices
1
1
375 g
1,786 Calories
2 cups
2
small tub
L
500ml
L
375 G
2,658 Calories
1/3 packet
1/2 cup
70%
Behavioural
Energy in Vs Energy Out
Calorie
1,800 - 2,200

KiloJoule
7,560 - 9,200

Average 8,700
Hormonal
Obesity is a disorder of fat accumulation
not a disorder of eating too many calories
Eating - growth hormone - growing
Growth hormone - eating - growing

Obesity
Insulin drives hunger
Hunger drives eating
Fat accumulation
No activity
Economic
Marketing
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