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Nutrition and osteoporosis vitamin d sunlight dietary

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Nutrition and Osteoporosis Vitamin D Sunlight Dietary supplements Recommendations Age < 50: 400-800 IU/day Age ≥ 50: 800-1000 IU/day Accessed Sept. 24, 2012
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Physical Activity and Osteoporosis Effects on bone health: Risk of falling bone mass & strength and muscle strength Improved balance & flexibility Moderate intensity 30 minutes most days of the week Weight bearing exercises
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Osteoporosis: Risk Assessment FRAX Risk Calculator
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Questions
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DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONAL ACTION PLAN
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Steps 1. Assess your risk factors for: CVD (HTN/Dyslipidemia) Diabetes Cancer Osteoporosis 1. Determine an area for health behavior maintenance or change based on your assessment 2. Determine your transtheoretical stage 3. Develop a personal action plan based on steps 2 - 3 Include your goal and your plan
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What is your personal risk? Cardiovascular disease (CVD) Assess risk factors HTN Dyslipidemia Tobacco use Physical activity Weight Diet
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What is your personal risk? Diabetes Assess risk factors Age Weight (BMI) Diet Physical activity FH HTN Dyslipidemia
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What is your personal risk? Cancer Assess risk factors FH Tobacco use Weight (BMI) Diet Physical activity
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What is your personal risk? Osteoporosis Assess risk factors Age Race FH Weight (pounds) Diet Physical activity Tobacco use
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Areas for Behavioral Change or Maintenance Physical activity Diet Areas to focus on: Exercise
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Stage of Transtheoretical Model Physical activity Stage: action Explanation: goal has taken place within the last 6 months
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Action Plan Goals: Increase running to 3-5 times per week Promote overall health Reduce future risk of CVD, diabetes, cancer, osteoporosis
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Action Plan Plan: Run 3-5 days per week 45-60 minutes per activity Strength training 2-3 days per week Schedule time for physical activity Put in planner Reassess Consider changing a different lifestyle behavior (diet)
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Action Plan Due: October 12 th , 2012 Graded via rubric (found in the syllabus) Emailed to [email protected]
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