01+Food+Habits - Module 1 Nutrition Food Habits Delores...

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2/16/11 Module 1 Nutrition Food Habits Delores C.S. James, PhD, RD, LD/N, FASHA, FWMPDG-ADA Associate Professor of Health Education and Behavior
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2/16/11 By the end of the module you will be able to: State the factors that determine food choices. State the demographic trends that are affecting the nation’s health and nutrition status. Describe sources of nutrition information. Identify the top food trends among Americans.
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2/16/11 Overview Food provides the body with nourishment. However, individuals have established food habits and select or reject specific foods for a variety of reasons.
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2/16/11 Food is Everywhere! Food is abundant in most industrialized countries. It is hard to avoid food.
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2/16/11 Food is Everywhere! People celebrate with it, fast from, and even deliberately starve from it. Food habits are formed in early childhood and it is very difficult to change food habits.
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2/16/11 What Determines What You Eat? Taste of food Availability and accessibility Cost Personal preference Socialization (family,
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2/16/11 What Determines What You Eat? Ethnicity Culture Religion Advertising Lifestyle Emotions
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2/16/11 What Determines What You Eat? Where you live (geography) Type of food (texture, color, flavor) Health goals Disasters
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2/16/11 Sources of Nutrition Information
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2/16/11 Sources of Information Americans get their nutrition and health and nutrition information from a variety of sources. Not all of these sources are reliable or credible, especially on the Internet.
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Sources of Information Media TV, magazines, newspaper, Internet Selective sources Official reports, publication, nutrition programs, etc. Significant persons
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