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When Eating More Is Less

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How to eat more food and reduce your total Calorie intake

How to eat more food and reduce your total Calorie intake

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  • 1. When Eating More Is Less
    • Choosing Foods to Delay Hunger,
    • using Volumetrics
  • 2. Which one has the most Calories?
  • 3. Which one will delay hunger the longest?
  • 4. Volumetrics Dr. Barbara Rolls, Ph.D.
    • Scientists have discovered that
    • people regulate their food intake by eating
    • the same weight of food each day.
  • 5. What is satiety?
    • Satiety is the state of fullness after having eaten.
    • When one is satisfied or satiated, one is no longer interested in food.
    • Foods vary in the amount of satiety
    • they supply.
  • 6. What can you conclude about satiety from the information below? Food Calories Gram Weight 4 Oranges 280 600 2 Baked Potatoes 290 312 2 tablespoons Fat-Free Sour Cream 30 45 2 ounces M&Ms 240 56 Potato Chips 300 60
  • 7. Water Content in Various Foods
  • 8. Water-rich foods delay hunger the longest
  • 9. Both weigh 6 ounces (180 grams): 10X Calories
    • Cheese 8 slices = 600 Calories
    • Broccoli 1 cup =
    • 50 Calories
    • 10X Calories
  • 10. Both weigh 6 ounces (180 grams): 20X Calories
    • Broccoli 1 cup =
    • 50 Calories
    • Potato Chips
    • ½- 14 oz bag=
    • 960 Calories
    • 20X Calories
  • 11. Another ED
    • Energy Density(ED)
    • Energy = Calories
    • How many Calories you get in weight of food measured in grams
    • Calories divided by Gram Weight(Serving Size)
  • 12. Figuring Energy Density
    • Does it have more grams than calories?
    • It’s very low energy density.
    • Does it have about the same number of calories and grams?
    • It’s low energy density .
    • Does it have more calories than grams? It’s high energy density.
  • 13. Compare Bad Day VS. Good Day
    • A Bad Day
    • Chewy Chocolate Chip
    • Breakfast Bar
    • Swedish Meatballs
    • Fruit Leather
    • Fudge Stripe Cookie
    • Turkey Pot Pie
    • 5 Crackers
    • 1 tablespoon peanut butter
    • Chocolate Sandwich Cookie
    • Cinnamon Sweet Roll
    • A Good Day
    • Kashi Go Lean Cereal
    • Light Yogurt
    • 1 ounce Pretzels
    • 1 ½ tablespoons sour cream onion dip
    • Cheese Ravioli
    • Banana Nut Muffin
    • Apple
    • 1 cup Romaine Lettuce
    • Chicken, Rice, Broccoli, and Cheese Frozen Dinner
    • 1 tablespoon Fat-free Ranch Salad Dressing
    • ½ cup mashed potatoes
  • 14. What’s the Difference?
    • A Bad Day
    • Calories 1525
    • Protein 36 grams
    • Carbohydrate 171 grams
    • Fiber 9 grams
    • Total Fat 80 grams
    • A Good Day
    • Calories 1254
    • Protein 54 grams
    • Carbohydrate 186 grams
    • Fiber 18 grams
    • Total Fat 35 grams
  • 15. What’s the Difference?
    • A Bad Day
    • Chewy Chocolate Chip Breakfast Bar
    • Swedish Meatballs
    • Fruit Leather
    • Fudge Stripe Cookie
    • Turkey Pot Pie
    • 5 Crackers
    • 1 tablespoon peanut butter
    • Chocolate Sandwich Cookie
    • Cinnamon Sweet Roll
    • A Good Day
    • Kashi Go Lean Cereal
    • Light Yogurt
    • 1 ounce Pretzels
    • 1 ½ tablespoons sour cream onion dip
    • Cheese Ravioli
    • Banana Nut Muffin
    • Apple
    • 1 cup Romaine Lettuce
    • Chicken, Rice, Broccoli, and Cheese Frozen Dinner
    • 1 tablespoon Fat-free Ranch Salad Dressing
    • ½ cup mashed potatoes
    • Calories 1525
    • Protein 36 grams
    • Carbohydrate 171 grams
    • Fiber 9 grams
    • Total Fat 80 grams
    • Calories 1254
    • Protein 54 grams
    • Carbohydrate 186 grams
    • Fiber 18 grams
    • Total Fat 35 grams
  • 16. Why eat more broth-based soup, skim milk, fruits, and vegetables?
    • Help control hunger
    • Improve nutrition
    • Eat fewer total Calories
    • Easier weight management

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