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  • emergentmath.com stayhealthyla.org msutoday.msu.edu www.scientificamerican.com
  • What foods do you guys eat?
  • Sugar demo.
  • Good resource to judge how to eat healthy. To avoid disease. On this slide. Talk about (show/demo) the fruits and veggies we brought!Pass out printouts of this.
  • Helps body repair itself.
  • Ask the audicence…Which smile is good? Which smile do you want? How do you get that good smile/teeth?Recap sugars. Eat away at teeth cause 2nd pic.
  • www.csi1000.com
  • www.quickanddirtytips.comwww.getreadyforflu.org
  • Demo. Either talk about poster(above) or show video?Talk about why its important to wash and. Hand washing stops the spread of germs and illnessesWet your hands with clean, running water (warm or cold) and apply soap.Rub your hands together to make a lather and scrub them well; be sure to scrub the backs of your hands, between your fingers, and under your nails.Continue rubbing your hands for at least 20 seconds. Need a timer? Hum the "Happy Birthday" song from beginning to end twice.Rinse your hands well under running water.Dry your hands using a clean towel or air dry them.
  • http://www.cdc.gov/flu/protect/covercough.htm
  • Immunization, Dental, and Healthy Foods

    1. 1. HEALTHY HABITS University of Sioux Falls By: Megan Byzewski, Victoria Chase, Kristin DeGroot, & Emiko Fergusson
    2. 2. ARE THESE FOODS HEALTHY?
    3. 3. UNHEALTHY EATING CAN CAUSE ILLNESS Saturated Fat Cholesterol Sodium Sugar Hydrogenated oils Trans fatty acids Diabetes High blood pressure Heart disease Joint and back problems
    4. 4. HEALTHY HEART VS. UNHEALTHY HEART
    5. 5. ARE THESE PEOPLE HEALTHY?
    6. 6. ARE THESE DRINKS HEALTHY?
    7. 7. WHY ARE SUGARY DRINKS BAD? Bad for your teeth Fills you up so you aren’t hungry for nutritious food Too much can lead to obesity The American Heart Association recommends a maximum of 6-9 teaspoons of added sugar daily.
    8. 8. REMEMBER, YOU CAN’T BELIEVE EVERY THING YOU SEE ON TELEVISION
    9. 9. WHAT SHOULD WE EAT?
    10. 10. CHOOSEMYPLATE.GOV
    11. 11. HEALTHY PORTIONS
    12. 12. PROTEIN: FOR STRONG MUSCLES
    13. 13. GRAINS: FOR ENERGY
    14. 14. VEGETABLES AND FRUITS: PROVIDE VITAMINS, MINERALS AND FIBER
    15. 15. KALE: A VERY NUTRITIOUS VEGETABLE Vitamin A Vitamin K Vitamin C Important minerals like potassium and iron Kale can be added to many cooked dishes!
    16. 16. DAIRY: PROVIDES CALCIUM FOR STRONG BONES
    17. 17. IS THIS A HEALTHY MEAL?
    18. 18. IS THIS A HEALTHY MEAL?
    19. 19. IS THIS A HEALTHY MEAL?
    20. 20. IS THIS A HEALTHY MEAL?
    21. 21. EATING LOTS OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IS GOOD FOR YOUR HEART
    22. 22. COOKING IS A GREAT WAY TO GET HEALTHY FOOD
    23. 23. HUMMUS  1 15 oz. can of garbanzo beans or 1.5 cups cooked garbanzo beans  1 clove of crushed garlic  2 teaspoons of cumin  ½ teaspoon salt  1 tablespoon olive oil  Combine ingredients in blender, food processor or by hand until desired consistency is achieved.
    24. 24. CURRIED SQUASH AND KALE SOUP                2 t bs p o l i ve o i l 1 m e di um o n i o n, di c e d 2 c ups s l i c ed c e l e r y 1 t s p m i n c e d g a rl i c 2 t s p fi n e l y m i n c ed g i n g er 4 c ups o f c ube d but te rn ut s q ua s h ( o r s we et pot a to e s ) 2 c ups o f c h o ppe d a ppl e 1 h e a pi n g t bs p o f c urr y pow de r 1 t s p c i n n a mon 2 tsp salt 1 . 5 t bs p brow n s ug a r 5 c ups o f wa te r Ca n o f l i g h t c o c o n ut m i l k 2 t bs p s m o ot h pe a n ut but te r 1 bun c h o f ka l e , deve i ne d a n d fi n e ly c h o ppe d  In a m e di um -larg e pot , h e a t o i l ove r m e di um h i g h h e a t . Add o n i o n a n d g a rl i c a n d c o o k un t i l o n i o n i s t ra n s luc en t . Add g i n ger, s pi c e s , s a l t , brow n s ug a r, a ppl e s a n d but te rn ut s q ua sh. Co o k fo r a m i n ute , s t i rri n g fre q ue n t ly.  Add wa te r, c ove r a n d bri n g to a s i mmer. Co o k fo r 1 h o ur o n m e di um -low ( s i mmer). In ba t c h e s, t ra n s fe r to bl e n de r to pure e . Ret urn to pot a n d a dd c o c o n ut m i l k a n d pe a n ut but te r. B ri n g to a l ow bo i l . Add ka l e a n d c o o k fo r a n ot h e r 5 - 10 m i n utes ( un t i l ka l e i s te n de r)
    25. 25. ORAL HYGIENE www.holtdentalsupply.com gcacanindin.wordpress.com
    26. 26. WHICH SMILE IS GOOD?
    27. 27. BRUSH YOUR TEETH! Brush at least 2 times a day  In the Morning  Before sleeping Brush for at least 2 minutes Brush in a circular motion stunningsmile.wordpress.com
    28. 28. FLOSS YOUR TEETH! Floss daily Floss between every tooth Removes plaque from areas the toothbrush can’t reach! www.fitsugar.com www.drcivils.com
    29. 29. VISIT THE DENTIST Where to get a dental exam?  Go to Falls Community Health or previous dentist Visit your Dentist every 6 months Visit your Dentist even if your teeth feel good! www.dentaldepot.net dentistalbanycolonie.com
    30. 30. HAND WASHING
    31. 31. WHEN DO YOU WASH? Before & after eating Before & after preparing food (raw meat) After using the restroom After coughing or sneezing When your hands look dirty http://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/
    32. 32. WHAT’S THE BIG DEAL? Hands carry germs Germs are everywhere and they are tough We can’t see germs People can get very sick Simple hand washing can prevent illness for you and your family
    33. 33. HOW TO CORRECTLY WASH quotes-pictures.feedio.net
    34. 34. COVER YOUR COUGHS AND SNEEZES Cough and sneeze into a tissue or your sleeve If you don’t have tissue, turn away from people, cough into you arm or shoulder Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth after coughing or sneezing
    35. 35. FLU VACCINATION
    36. 36. WHAT IS THE FLU  The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by the influenza virus that affects the nose, throat, and lungs  Signs and Symptoms: Fever and/or chills, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, muscle or body aches, headaches, fatigu e, & sometimes vomiting or diarrhea  The flu is spread mainly by droplets made when people with flu cough, sneeze or talk www.apartmenttherapy.com
    37. 37. HOW TO PREVENT THE FLU  Get the Flu Shot  #1 Preventive Measure  Wash hands, cover your cough, & stay away from others who are sick  Get the shot EVERY YEAR!  Vaccination can occur as early as September, but can continue through December, January, and beyond  Locations  Falls Community Health  Flu season usually lasts from September to May  Peak flu season is usually in February medschoolwatercooler.blogspot.com
    38. 38. WHAT DO YOU DO IF YOU GET THE FLU?  Go see a doctor  Take antiviral medications  Take care of yourself  Rest  Drink Plenty of water and clear liquids  Avoid contact with other people www.cdc.gov
    39. 39. References www.csi1000.com www.Googleimages.com www.quickanddirtytips.com www.getreadyforflu.org
    40. 40. QUESTIONS?

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