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Kids Healthy Eating
Kids Healthy Eating
Kids Healthy Eating
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  • Can examine disparities in CHKS by looking at individual districts. How to best format / word to tell story?
  • Source: MCOE School Wellness Survey
  • Source: Marin Organic 2010 Annual Report
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    • 1. Kids Healthy EatingCommunity Factors
    • 2. Food Security /Food Program Participation: What the Community Says
    • 3. I did not thinkmy family met therequirements
    • 4. Source: California Health Policy Advocates
    • 5. Source: California Health Policy Advocates
    • 6. Source: California Health Policy Advocates
    • 7. Women Infants and Children (WIC)
    • 8. Access to Healthy Food:What Young People Say
    • 9. There are nohealthy stores in my community Source: HMP Community Focus Groups 2010
    • 10. Advertisements make fast foodlook good for you Source: HMP Community Focus Groups 2010
    • 11. Novato officials ban ice cream trucks near schools: No food vendors within 1,500 feet of campus
    • 12. California Healthy Kids Survey, Marin County 2009-2010
    • 13. USDA Changes School Lunch GuidelinesSource: USDA Food And Nutrition Service
    • 14. Source: MCOE School Wellness Survey
    • 15. Local Food in Schools
    • 16. Source: Marin Organic 2010 Annual Report
    • 17. School Lunches: A Call For Healthier Food
    • 18. 63% of child carefacilities report that theywould be very likely touse a health consultant Source: Marin Child Care Commission Master Plan
    • 19. Community Gardens
    • 20. Kids Healthy Eating Individual Factors
    • 21. Source: WIC 2008
    • 22. American Academy ofPediatrics recommends:• 6 months of exclusivebreastfeeding•Breastfeeding andcomplimentary foods until atleast 12 months of age•Continuation of breastfeedingfor as long as mutually desired bymother and baby
    • 23. Exclusivebreastfeedinginitiation rate: 79.5%
    • 24. Exclusive breastfeedingdecreases after initiation in hospitals
    • 25. Source: 2007-2009 CHIS
    • 26. Almost 1 in 2 youthhave eaten fast foodone or more times in the past week
    • 27. CHIS 2007-2009
    • 28. And There are Disparities
    • 29. Middle School Students Eat Healthier than High School Students in Marin County 33% 5/more Fruit and Vegetables Not Eating Breakfast Marin County 26% High School Middle School Tam Union High School Per Day 14% Novato San Rafael 17% Marin County 28% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35%Source: CHKS Module G: 2009/2010 Percent of Students
    • 30. Healthy eatingvaries by grade level
    • 31. 1 in 3 highschool students do not eat breakfast
    • 32. Only 1 in 6 highschool students eat 5/more fruits andvegetables per day
    • 33. Only 1 in 4 middleschool students eat 5/more fruits andvegetables per day
    • 34. Kids Healthy Eating Outcomes
    • 35. Source: California Department of Education
    • 36. 1 in 4 studentsin Marin County are overweight or obese
    • 37. And There are Disparities
    • 38. 5th, 7th and 9th Grade Students Who Are A Healthy Weight Varies by Ethnicity 90% 77% 79% 80% 69%Percent of Students 70% 60% 52% 51% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% All Students African White Latino Asian American Ethnicity (Marin County)Source: California Department of Education, 2010-2011
    • 39. Healthy weight varies by Ethnicity
    • 40. 50% of AfricanAmerican/Latinostudents are at a healthy weight
    • 41. 75% of White/Asianstudents are at a healthy weight
    • 42. Marin County 5th, 7th and 9th Grade Students Who Are a Healthy Weight by School District 100% 90% 82% 80%Percent of Students 54% 59% 60% 40% 20% 0% Terra Dixie Union Linda Ross Valley Reed Rafael Rafael Novato Novato Larkspur Kentfield Bolinas- Mill Stinson Lagunitas Tamalpais San San High 5th & 7th Grade 9th Grade School District by GradeSource: California Department of Education 2010-2011
    • 43. Healthy weight varies byschool district

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