Obesity in a bottle

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What Do You Drink?
 Soda
 Juice
 Diet soda
 Milk
 Iced tea
 Coffee drinks
 Sports drinks
 Smoothies
 Energy drinks
 Water
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Obesity Rates Increase
 Obese –
1 in 3 Americans
 Overweight –
50% of Americans
 Child/Teen Obesity –
Tripled in last 20+ years
1980’s
Today
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Road to Obesity
 Overweight Child
 Overweight/Obese Teen
 Overweight/Obese Adult
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Obesity Health Risks
• Heart Disease
 High blood pressure
 Stroke
 Heart attacks
• Type 2 Diabetes
 Poor circulation
 Kidney failure
 Vision damage
 Limb amputation
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Beverages
Obesity – Health – Nutrition Connection
•Food
Beverages
Exercise
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Liquid vs. Food Calories
32 oz. Cola – 400 calories
Foods with 400 calories
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2 bagels
1 1/2 c. macaroni and cheese
1 taco, 1 enchilada
Roast beef sandwich
3 bowls of cereal, milk
7 pancakes
5 c. chicken noodle soup
2 brownies
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History of Soda Size
Coca Cola
12 oz can,
20, 24 oz bottles,
32 and 44 oz cups
6.5, 10, & 12 oz
bottles
6.5 oz
bottles
1916
1950
Today
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Average Soda Consumption
 Up 300% in 30 Years
 Teen Boys: 3+ cans per day
 Teen Girls: 2+ cans per day
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Soda and Sugar
 4 Grams = 1 teaspoon
 10 Teaspoons in Every 12 oz Can
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High Fructose Corn Syrup
 New Generation of Sweetener
 Sweeter and Cheaper
 Made from Corn
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Soda and Energy Levels
• Insulin
Sugar
• Feeling Down
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Soda and Bones
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Compromises Bone Mass Growth
Contributes to Bone Deterioration
May Change Magnesium Balance
Girls at Highest Risk
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Diet Soda Surprise
 Diet Soda May Cause Weight Gain
 Calorie-free Drink May Leave
You Hungry
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Chemicals Replace Calories
Diet Cola Ingredients Ascorbic Acid
+
Sodium/Potassium Benzoate
Benzene, a Carcinogen
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Performance Drink
Differences
Sports Drinks –
Replace Fluids
Energy Drinks –
Deliver a Stimulant
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Sports Drinks
 Water Best for 90-minute Competitions
 Sports Drinks Have Value after
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90 Minutes
Rebalance Electrolytes,
Carbohydrates and Sodium
Choose 8% Total Solids
Check for High
Sugar Content
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Energy Drinks
 Not Good Choice for Athletes
 Caffeine Content Can
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Dehydrate Athlete
Caffeine-Sugar Jolt
Leads to Crash
Despite Vitamins,
Not Nutrition Value
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Fruit Juice
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Choose 100% Juice, No Sugar Added
Contains Natural Sugar
Serving Size – 6 ounces
Two Servings Per Day
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Watch Out for Juice Imposters
 Read Labels for Clues
 Fruit Cocktail or Punch Not Juice
 10% Juice Is Not Juice
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Smoothie Options
 Commercial Smoothie
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360 + Calories and 16 tsps. Sugar
Healthy Smoothie Ingredients
Fresh or Frozen Fruit, Low-fat Milk
or Yogurt, Ice
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Iced Tea
 Commercial Ice
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Teas High in Sugar
Choose Black or
Green Teas
Avoid Sweeteners
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Coffee Drinks
 Check the Calories
 Double Mocha Frappucino
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with Whipped Cream
500 Calories and 16 tsps of Sugar
Tall Cappucino
with Skimmed Milk
100 calories
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Milk
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Healthy Beverage Choice
Contains Vitamins and Minerals
Drink up to 3 Cups a Day
Choose Low-fat Products
Balance with Other
Dairy Servings
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Flavored Milk
 Popular Milk Product
 Fun Flavors
 Food or Beverage?
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A Beverage Comparison
Choc Milk
(8 oz)
Calories
150
Fruit Punch
(8 oz)
150
Soda
(12 oz can)
150
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Sugar (tsp)
Nutrients
6.5
4
Fat, protein,
None
calcium,
vitamins A, C, D
None
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Water
 Water Is the Very Best Thirst
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Quencher
Water Has Zero Calories
Water Carries Nutrients
Through the Body
Water Is the
Key to Hydration
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Water in Schools
 Schools Ban Soda Machines
 Water for Sale in Schools
 Bottles Target Kids
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Make Water Interesting
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Add Fruit Slices
Top with Juice Splash
Use Juice Ice Cubes
Try Carbonated Water
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Obesity in a Bottle Review
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Child and Teen Obesity Rises
Soda – Obesity/Bone Loss Link
Diet Soda Can Backfire
Beware Performance
Drinks
Fancy Drinks Have
Fancy Calories
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Obesity in a Bottle Review
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Choose 100% Juice
Put Milk on Your Menu
Drink Water,
Water Everywhere
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What Did You Learn?
1. Obesity contributes to what diseases?
Heart Disease and Diabetes.
2. How much sugar is in a 12 oz. can of soda?
10 Teaspoons.
3. What is High Fructose Corn Syrup?
A corn based sweetener.
4. Sports drinks and energy drinks: the difference?
Sports drink – fluid replacement. Energy drink – stimulant.
5. How can diet soda cause weight gain?
It may not satisfy hunger.
6. Fruit punch: juice or imposter?
Imposter. Has only 10% fruit juice.
7. Why is water a nutritional bargain?
It’s a non-caloric thirst quencher that hydrates the body
and carries nutrients through the body.
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Apply What You’ve Learned
Complete one of the following activities:
• Research a “healthy” and an
“unhealthy” beverage choice.
 Make a chart comparing sugar
content, calories, nutrients, etc.
• Research the health benefits of milk.
 Create a poster.
• Find healthy smoothie recipes.
 Try making a few.
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Web Resources
 USDA’s Dietary Guidelines for Americans
www.mypyramid.gov
 American Beverage Association
www.ameribev.org/health/obesity
 Centers For Disease Control and Prevention
www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/obesity
 American Diabetes Association
www.diabetes.org
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