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Mike Grieco
Overview Explain and define obesity How do you classify yourself as being obese Causes and effects of obesity in NYC  ...
Summary There is a growing problem of obesity in the U.S. NYC is a bg area with obesity Many people want to lower the o...
Defining Obesity Obesity can be defined as having a high body mass  index. Body Mass Index or BMI is a relationship that...
BMI Chart                 BMIUnderweight      < 18.5Normal           18.5-24.9Overweight       25.0-29.9Obese            3...
Causes• Low Self Esteem        Lack of Exercise• Poor Nutrition Choices Effects of Medications
Effects of      Obesity   Weight Management         Isuuses    Unhealthy Lifestyle      Lack of Energy Possible Medica...
Poor diet and lack ofexercise   Obesity      Medical conditions and      disease
Obesity in New York City Obesity has become a major epidemic in NYC Statistics show that more than half of New Yorkers a...
Control of Food         Before act                            After act Restaurants menus just                 As of 200...
Food in Public Schools People found that food in the school systems could  definitely have a contribution to health risks...
References   New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. (n.d.). Board of    Health votes to require chain re...
References (cont)   Roszak, B (2005) Times Square at Night [image] February, 17, 2012   Thenerdpolice.com (2010) Fat Man...
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  • In this presentation we will define the term “obesity” and explain its problems, as well as its impact on New York City in relation to the rest of the country. For this first slide I used the “Push” transition to pen up the presentation. I also used the black and while coloring scheme with an oval shaped picture layout. I also used the animation “bilndes”
  • For this slide I used the “wipe transition” to open up the overview about the presentation. This slide is used to give the audience a general idea about the further presentation.
  • For this slide I used the “reveal” transition and the animation appear. This slide gives a definition for the term “obesity”, and how its classified.
  • For the bmi info I used the transition “cover” and I also added a 2 row2 column chart to help give people a visualization of the ranges that are considered to be obese.
  • I used a slide with the transition “vortex” and the layout with a picture and the animation “checker”
  • For this slide a I used a double picture and info slide layout to help give a visual for what I am trying to explain. I also used the transition “switch”.
  • This slide gives a run down of some obesity stats in NYC. The transition used here is “ripple”. I also added a picture into this slide as a visual of obesity.
  • For this slide I used the transition theme Dissolve and the animation disappear
  • This slide I used the transition Honeycomb
  • Transcript of "Obesity p pp"

    1. 1. Mike Grieco
    2. 2. Overview Explain and define obesity How do you classify yourself as being obese Causes and effects of obesity in NYC Problems with obesity in NYC Ways to contain, prevent, and cure obesity problems
    3. 3. Summary There is a growing problem of obesity in the U.S. NYC is a bg area with obesity Many people want to lower the obesity rates Groups and organizations help reduce obesity in NYC.
    4. 4. Defining Obesity Obesity can be defined as having a high body mass index. Body Mass Index or BMI is a relationship that correlates to your amount of body fat. Anyone with a BMI greater than 30 is classified to be “obese”.
    5. 5. BMI Chart BMIUnderweight < 18.5Normal 18.5-24.9Overweight 25.0-29.9Obese 30.0-34.9
    6. 6. Causes• Low Self Esteem Lack of Exercise• Poor Nutrition Choices Effects of Medications
    7. 7. Effects of Obesity  Weight Management Isuuses  Unhealthy Lifestyle  Lack of Energy Possible Medical Risks and Conditions
    8. 8. Poor diet and lack ofexercise Obesity Medical conditions and disease
    9. 9. Obesity in New York City Obesity has become a major epidemic in NYC Statistics show that more than half of New Yorkers are overweight (34%) or obese (22%) Obesity is also starting to rise among our youth 1 in every 5 kindergarten students are obese.
    10. 10. Control of Food Before act After act Restaurants menus just  As of 2008, restaurants consisted of the dishes without and fast food calorie numbers. establishments are required to have the amount of People just ate the food that calories on the menu looked the most appetizing.  This act will help educate No regard for any health people into knowing what content that is in that specific is really in the food their food. eating
    11. 11. Food in Public Schools People found that food in the school systems could definitely have a contribution to health risks The “School Nutrition Association” wants to lower the amount of high fructose corn syrup and trans fats. Eventually they want to fully do away with this As a result it will help students make better and healthier choices in their life.
    12. 12. References New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. (n.d.). Board of Health votes to require chain restaurantsto display calorie information in New York City. Retrieved March 26, 2008, from www.phanyc.org: http://www.nyc.gov/html/doh/html/ pr2008/pr008-08.shtml. New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. (2012). Physical Activity and Nutrition. Retrieved February 12, 2012, from www.nyc.gov: http://www.nyc.gov/html/doh/html/cdp/cdp_pan_know_obesity.sht ml School Nutrition Association. (2006). A Foundation for the Future: Ana (School Nutrition Association, 2006)analysis of Local Wellness Policies from the Largest 100 Districts . Retrieved February 15, 2012, from www.schoolnutrition.org: http://www.schoolnutrition.org/uploadedFiles/School_Nutrition/102_ ResourceCenter/RunningYourProgram/LocalSchoolWellnessPolicies/SN A100DistrictLWPReport.pdf
    13. 13. References (cont) Roszak, B (2005) Times Square at Night [image] February, 17, 2012 Thenerdpolice.com (2010) Fat Man Burger [image] February, 14, 2012 Barcelona, D (2011) Fast Food [image] February, 12, 2012 Victovoi (2010) Obesity-waist circumference [image] February, 13, 2012 Shereth (2008) Obesity Rates [image] February, 14, 2012 Lawton, R (2006) Child Obesity [image] February, 16, 2012
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