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This presentation is from a February 12 webinar for Extension. It provides an overview of the Families, Food, and Fitness CoP and its content. It also provides ways Extension, EFNEP, and SNAP ED can …

This presentation is from a February 12 webinar for Extension. It provides an overview of the Families, Food, and Fitness CoP and its content. It also provides ways Extension, EFNEP, and SNAP ED can utilitze the FFF CoP content.

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  • 1. Families, Food and Fitness Community of Practice
  • 2. 6 Behaviors
    • Enjoy More Fruits and Vegetables
    • Move More Everyday
    • Prepare and Eat More Meals at Home
    • Rethink Your Drink
    • Right Size Your Portions
    • Tame the Tube
  • 3. Enjoy More Fruits and Vegetables
    • Fruits and Vegetables – Fill Up with Fewer Calories
    • Shopping for Fruits and Vegetables
    • Getting Your Kids to Eat More Fruits and Vegetables
  • 4. Move More Everyday
    • Benefits of Moving More
    • How Much ‘Physical Activity’ do Children Need?
    • Importance of Resistance Training
    • Make Family Time Active Time
  • 5. Prepare and Eat More Meals at Home
    • Why Eat at Home?
    • Make Meals a Family Affair
    • Reading the Food Label
    • Live Mindfully for Better Healthy
    • Breakfast Brain Food
  • 6. Rethink Your Drink
    • A Day of Beverages – Make Good Choices
    • Liquid versus Solid Calories
    • Ordering Healthy Drinks at the Coffee Shop
    • Should Children Drink Diet Drinks?
  • 7. Right Size Your Portions
    • Fast Food Survival Guide
    • The Secret to Serving Size is in Your Hand
    • Serving Size at Restaurants
    • Strategies to Right-Size Your Portions
  • 8. Tame the Tube
    • 7 Solutions to Tame the Tube
    • How to be Media Savvy
    • Television’s Impact on Eating Habits
    • Fun Ways to Enjoy TV-Free Family Time
  • 9. Useful Applications
    • Interactive Tools
    • Recipe Bank
    • Glossary Terms
    • Instructional Videos
    • Supplemental Documents
  • 10. Interactive Tools
    • Beverage Guide to Sugars
    • Fast Food Menu with Fitness
    • Nutrition Facts Label
    • Spice Guide
  • 11. Recipe Bank
    • Over 95 recipes from FFF CoP members
    • Include nutritional analysis
    • Some feature nutrition facts about main ingredients such as bell peppers, apples
    • Examples:
      • Banana Bread
      • Easy Lasagna
      • Spicy Cheese Fondue
  • 12. Glossary Terms
    • Extensive list of cooking, food, and nutrition terms
    • Includes definitions of important entities such as the USDA, FDA, CDC, and Extension.
  • 13. Instructional Videos
    • 16 fun and entertaining videos
    • Examples include:
      • Color Yourself Healthy! Submitted by: Alice Henneman, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
      • Boogie Oogie Slide Submitted by: Anne Lindsay, University of Nevada
      • The Fast Food Experiment Submitted by: Carolyn Dunn, NC State
  • 14. Supplemental Documents
    • Add Color to Your Plate
    • Healthy Drinks, Healthy Kids
    • Be Active Your Way – Adults Fact Sheet
    • How to change your web browser home page
  • 15. Ways to Engage with FFF
    • Facebook - http://bit.ly/aNKJlb
    • Twitter - http:// twitter.com/FFFCoP
    • Online Chats
    • Ask an Expert - http://about.extension.org/
    • Ask an Expert Widget for county sites
      • Provides another avenue of connecting with our audience
      • To set up a widget, contact Ashley, anp44@fsnhp.msstate.edu
  • 16. Ways Extension, EFNEP & SNAP ED can Utilize FFF
    • Fun way to promote nutrition and physical activity
    • Personally
      • Recipes, interactives, lessons, FAQs, AaE, chats, videos, “In the News” articles, engage with Extension through FB and Twitter
  • 17. Ways Extension, EFNEP & SNAP ED can Utilize FFF, cont.
    • Professionally
      • Share recipes, articles, FAQs, supplemental documents
      • Share current nutrition and physical activity information
    • Refer clients to the FFF site; walk them through the site when appropriate
    • Submit questions to AaE when appropriate
  • 18. How to Join
    • Go to https://www.extension.org/people/login
    • If you do not have an eXtension ID, choose “Signup for one”
    • If you have an eXtension ID, choose “Browse, Join and Create Communities”
    • Choose “Families, Food and Fitness”
    • Choose “I Want to Join”
  • 19. Questions…
  • 20. What do you need from a nutrition/physical activity internet source?