Counting Calories Judy Gray RoykaHealth and Wellness AH 198-2 <br />CMI  Fall 2011  <br />jlroyka@cmi.edu<br />
My Health Class<br />All female, developmental, ESL , first generation college students.<br />Monday exercise day & Wednes...
You are what you eat!<br />Every pound of fat takes 3500 calories to burn off.<br />One junk food or fast food meal can ha...
Let’s do  an example togetherI want to lose 1 pound= 3500 calories<br />
3500 – 1920 = 1580 calories to goI am still working on that one pound<br />
300 calories to go!<br />
ONE POUND GONE !1100 Calories more is 1/3 of another pound lost!!<br />
Time to do your own project<br />Look at the exercise and calorie chart<br />(you have a paper copy already)<br />Choose 3...
Use the worksheet to figure out your weight loss programHand this page in next Wednesday <br />
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Calorie counting

  1. 1. Counting Calories Judy Gray RoykaHealth and Wellness AH 198-2 <br />CMI Fall 2011 <br />jlroyka@cmi.edu<br />
  2. 2. My Health Class<br />All female, developmental, ESL , first generation college students.<br />Monday exercise day & Wednesday health topic seminar<br />Students have looked at nutrition, label reading and exercise program creation. <br /> This project is used to assess if students can calculate how many calories they need to burn to lose weight. <br />
  3. 3. You are what you eat!<br />Every pound of fat takes 3500 calories to burn off.<br />One junk food or fast food meal can have the same calories with 40% of daily fat <br />You need to choose 3 types of exercise to do over a few weeks to burn off a pound<br />
  4. 4. Let’s do an example togetherI want to lose 1 pound= 3500 calories<br />
  5. 5. 3500 – 1920 = 1580 calories to goI am still working on that one pound<br />
  6. 6. 300 calories to go!<br />
  7. 7. ONE POUND GONE !1100 Calories more is 1/3 of another pound lost!!<br />
  8. 8. Time to do your own project<br />Look at the exercise and calorie chart<br />(you have a paper copy already)<br />Choose 3 exercises you will add<br />
  9. 9. Use the worksheet to figure out your weight loss programHand this page in next Wednesday <br />

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