Diet_and_Chronic_Diseases.1-25-08

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Unformatted text preview: HNF 320 1/25/08 Food consumption and health patterns Guest Speaker Anthony Spagnuolo, RD CDE Certified Diabetes Educator, RD 1997 Graduate of MSU. 1998 Henry Ford Hospital Dietetic Internship. Employment: Henry Ford Health System- Senior Independence Center Detroit Clinical Nutritionist 1998-2001 Henry Ford Health System-Department of Family Practice Nutrition and Health Educator - diabetes self management. 1999-2006 Ingham County Medical Care Facility, Director of Dietary, 2002-present Medilodge of Howell, Managing Dietitian, 1999-2002 Professional Service: Advisory Committee: Henry Ford Hospital Dietetic Internship, 2001-Present; LCC Community Health Programs, 2003-Present MSU Didactic Dietetics, 2007-Present Preceptor: MSU Undergraduate 445 students in foodservice practicum. Dietetic interns for clinical nutrition and food service experiences from MSU, CMU EMU(CUP), Henry Ford Hospital Oneonta College- Distance Learning Trend of diet-related chronic diseases in the US Causes of death in the US: 1900 and 1998 US death rates due to leading causes of death among persons 65+ y: 1950 - 1999 Cancer Incidence Rates in the us Overweight and obesity by age: United States, 1960-2000 Source: Center for Disease Control, NCHS, NHANES Source: JAMA 282(16) 1526, 1999 "Choose beverages and foods to moderate your intake of sugar" Food Consumption and Health food processing, marketing, lifestyles factors increase in the intake of refined carbohydrates (processed grains, soft drinks, sweeteners, and refined flours) Relation with the current epidemic of obesity and type 2 diabetes information on the changes in major food sources of dietary total and added sugar in the U.S. Changes of U.S. Food Consumption Food Expenditures:1928-1998 Share of Income Spent on Food by Families and Individuals Calories available Source: USDA/Economic Research Service. Last updated Dec. 21, 2005. Total Meat Consumption Source: USDA's Economic Research Service. Source: USDA/Economic Research Service. Last updated Dec. 21, 2005. Source: USDA/Economic Research Service. Last updated Dec. 21, 2005. Source: USDA/Economic Research Service. Last updated Dec. 21, 2005. Milk Consumption Compared With Soft Drink Consumption Source: USDA/Economic Research Service. Last updated Dec. 21, 2005. Source: USDA/Economic Research Service. Last updated Dec. 21, 2005. Low-Income Households' Expenditures on Fruits and Vegetables Source: Noel Blisard, Hayden Stewart, and Dean Jolliffe: Agricultural Economic Report No. (AER833) 30 pp, May 2004 Distribution of fruit and vegetable expenditures by income level Distribution of fresh fruit and vegetable expenditures by income level Distribution of processed fruit and Vegetable expenditures by income level Source: USDA/Economic Research Service. Last updated Dec. 21, 2005. Source: USDA/Economic Research Service. Last updated Dec. 21, 2005. Source: USDA/Economic Research Service. Last updated Dec. 21, 2005. Source: USDA/Economic Research Service. Last updated Dec. 21, 2005. Source: USDA/Economic Research Service. Last updated Dec. 21, 2005. Source: USDA/Economic Research Service. Last updated Dec. 21, 2005. Source: USDA/Economic Research Service. Last updated Dec. 21, 2005. Gary Hemphill at Beverage Marketing Corporation of New York (646: 313-1958). Source: USDA/Economic Research Service. Last updated Dec. 21, 2005. Source: USDA/Economic Research Service. Last updated Dec. 21, 2005. ...
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