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  • TRUST EXCELLENCE CARE
  • Weight Vitality Athletics
  • Business of food-diet-nutrition (human performance) is to build better tissue The American College of Sports Medicine defines fitness as an appropriate facility in five areas: Muscular strength / endurance / flexibility Cardio respiratory efficiency Body composition – nutrition ** “psychological” fitness…ability to use our mind well…don’t think this was what is meant by using your head effectively. Here at Workout America we would expand this further to include the criterion we expect proficiency in from our athletes. So we would add these elements to our list of fitness goals as well : Balance / Reaction /Acceleration / De-acceleration / Agility / Strength and Power Cardiorespiratory fitness refers to the ability of the circulatory and respiratory systems to supply oxygen to skeletal muscles during sustained physical activity. Regular exercise makes these systems more efficient by enlarging the heart muscle, enabling more blood to be pumped with each stroke, and increasing the number of small arteries in trained skeletal muscles, which supply more blood to working muscles. Exercise improves the respiratory system by increasing the amount of oxygen that is inhaled and distributed to body tissues. Physical fitness is used in two close meanings: general fitness (a state of health and well-being) and specific fitness (a task-oriented definition based on the ability to perform specific aspects of sports or occupations). Physical fitness is the capacity of the heart, blood vessels, lungs, and muscles to function at optimum efficiency. In previous years, fitness was defined as the capacity to carry out the day’s activities without undue fatigue. Automation, increased leisure time, and changes in lifestyles following the industrial revolution meant this criterion was no longer sufficient. Optimum efficiency is the key. Physical fitness is now defined as the body’s ability to function efficiently and effectively in work and leisure activities, to be healthy, to resist hypokinetic diseases, and to meet emergency situations .
  • Since “whole food” is so important for good health, let’s take a look at some fruit and vegetable fun facts too. One of the things we know is that when vegetables are cooked, they lose some of their nutrients, so the cooking method you use is an important factor. Eating produce raw is best but if you’re cooking them, steaming and stir frying are best because only 11% of the nutrients are lost, with boiling 66% are lost but with microwaving, 74-97% of the nutrients are lost! So, if you’re eating a lot of vegetables but you’re boiling or microwaving them, then you may not getting the total benefit of those great nutrients. Another thing we know is that today’s inorganic produce…..
  • Another thing we know is that today’s inorganic produce….. Scientists at the University of Texas discovered that when comparing the content of 43 crops for 13 nutrients, they found that the average decline ranged from 6% to 38%.
  • To illustrate this point, here are graphs of two vegetables, collards and corn that compare the nutrient content of produce grown in 1963 to produce grown in 2000.
  • So if you’re buying “green” fruits or vegetables home in order for it to ripen, it’s not actually ripening, it’s decaying…. So when you think about the produce we buy in the grocery store and where it’s coming from, most produce was probably picked weeks before it shows up on the grocery store shelf, which means a lot of it’s nutrient content has been lost.
  • Despite all of these factors, fruits and vegetables are still the most important foods for good health. In fact, the data is so compelling that they very well could be the key to saving your life from chronic disease. Because fruits and vegetables are so important, the USDA now recommends 7-13 servings of fruits and vegetables a day for both adults and children.
  • Weight Vitality Athletics

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  • 1. Food , Fun Fitness Jeff Olson, R.L.T.
  • 2. EAT well MOVE more THINK different Optimal Experience
  • 3. Strength Flexibility Mental Aerobic 30min/day, 6 days/week 30min., 2/week after exercise, before bed Balance 15 min, 2/week or play everday
  • 4. Body Facts:
    • Using 150 lbs as an average:
    • The average human body is about 65% water, or about 98 lbs
    • 20 percent of the weight of the average adult male is from his bones, or about 30 lbs
    • If you have 15% body fat, then you have about 22 lbs of fat on your body!
  • 5. What the Body Does in 24 Hours
    • If you are an adult of average weight, here is what you accomplish in 24 hours:
      • your heart beats 103,689 times
      • your blood travels 168,000,000 miles
      • you breathe 23,040 times
      • you inhale 438 cubic feet of air
      • you eat 3.25 pounds of food
      • you drink 2.9 quarts of liquids
      • you lose 7/8 pounds of waste
      • you speak 4800 words, including some unnecessary ones
      • you move 750 muscles
      • your nails grow .000046 inch
      • your hair grows .01714 inch
      • you exercise 7,000,000 brain cells
  • 6. Body Facts:
    • Five Senses
    • Our five senses give us some astonishing capabilities.
    • We can see a candle’s flame 30 miles away on a dark, clear night
    • smell a single drop of perfume diffused in a three-room apartment
    • We can taste .04 ounce of table salt in 530 quarts of water
    • Our sense of touch can detect a pressure that depresses the skin . 00004 inch on the face or fingertips
    • we can tell where a sound is coming from even when it arrives at one ear just .0003 second before its arrival at the other ear
  • 7. Whose body is it?
    • Our bodies are the temples of the Holy Spirit. God the Holy Spirit lives within us and goes everywhere we go. That should provide an added incentive for us to flee from sin.
    • Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your body. (1 Corinthians 6:19-20)
  • 8. Fruit and Vegetable Fun Facts
    • Raw, steam, stir-fry, boil or microwave?
      • Raw is best – retains almost 100%
      • Steaming and stir-fry– lose 11% of nutrients
      • Boiling – lose 66% of nutrients
      • Microwaving – lose 74-97% of nutrients
    • Source: Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2003
  • 9. Fruit and Vegetable Fun Facts
    • Today’s inorganic produce has lower nutrient content than 40-50 years ago because soil conditions are depleted
      • “When comparing the content of 43 crops for 13 nutrients, scientists found that the average decline ranged from 6% to 38%” – Health Magazine, July 2005, Fruits and Vegetables aren’t as nutritious as they used to be
  • 10. Change in nutrient content of Collards and Corn 1963 - 2000 Source: USDA Nutrient Databases
  • 11. Fruit and Vegetable Fun Facts
    • Many fruits and vegetables lose up to 80% of their nutrition within a few days of picking
      • “ Once you take [fruits and vegetables] off the vine, they immediately go into a decay process.” The cell membranes begin to break down, releasing enzymes that cause vitamins and phytochemicals to degrade. The process is irreversible. – Barbara Klein, PhD, Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
      • “ Time itself is your biggest nutritional enemy…For example, after 8 days of storage at 40 °, fresh spinach loses almost ½ of it’s folate” – Penn State University Researchers
  • 12. Fruit and Vegetable Fun Facts
    • Fruits and vegetables are the most important foods for good health
      • “ The news isn’t that fruits and vegetables are good for you. It’s that they’re so good for you that they could save your life.”
    • David Bjerklie, Time Magazine, Oct. 20, 2003
    • The USDA now recommends 7-13 fruit and vegetable servings a day for both adults and children
      • “ The push to step up produce consumption is fueled by a growing body of evidence that fruits and vegetables offer even more health benefits than previously understood.” - CDC
  • 13.  
  • 14. Short History of Medicine       2000 B.C. - Eat this root 1000  B.C. - Roots are heathen. Say a Prayer 1850 A.D. - Prayer is superstition.  Take this potion 1900 A.D. - That potion is snake oil.  Take this pill 1940 A.D. - That pill is useless.  Take this antibiotic 2007 A.D. - That antibiotic is no longer effective.  EAT THIS ROOT
  • 15. “ Children are more harmed by poor diet than by exposure to alcohol, drugs & tobacco combined”
  • 16. Highly Processed Food… is this generation’s tobacco