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1999 Supplement - Adult Day Care

 

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Daily Food Choices for Healthy Living

1997

Based on the USDA Food Guide Pyramid, this video has been revised using the latest USDA research on what foods North Americans eat and what nutrients are in those foods. With input from nutrition experts, health specialists, and family and consumer science teachers, this program teaches how to make the best food choices. The video uses the Food Guide Pyramid to illustrate the "basic food groups," and helps students put the dietary guidelines into practice. They will learn what and how much to eat from each food group to get the nutrients needed. Students will also see how to control the sugar and salt in their diets and to make fewer sugar and salt choices. Special activities are provided for pregnant teens and young women. Internet links and activities are also included.

AUDIENCE: Upper Elementary High School Health Clinics Parents Adult Day Care

FORMAT: 20 minute video Teacher's Guide

Dementia: The Power of Nutrition in Caregiving

1998

Developed by Montana Alzheimer’s Demonstration Project, this kit contains everything you need to do a 45-minute presentation on dementia and nutrition. It includes a 12-minute video, photo-ready handouts and overheads. There is also a promotional flyer to be posted prior to the program and a step-by-step presentation guide.

AUDIENCE: Adult Day Care Provider

FORMAT: Video/handouts/overheads

Dietary Guidelines for Americans

1996

Based on the official national nutrition guidelines, this video is an excellent introduction to nutrition fundamentals. Covering topics such as the role of nutrition at different ages, vegetarian diets, the French paradox, the role of exercise, and emphasis on grains, vegetables, and fruit. Includes a teaching resource package consisting of reproducible learning objectives, activity suggestions, before and after quizzes, and answer sheet with explanation.

AUDIENCE: Upper Elementary High School Health Clinics Parents Adult Day Care

FORMAT: 17 minute video

Eat More, Weigh Less: Dr. Dean Ornish's Life Choice Program For Losing Weight Safely while Eating Abundantly

1993

This "lifestyle choice" guide challenges much of the conventional wisdom about diets, claiming that rather than focusing on the amount of food they eat, people who want to lose weight should think instead about the types of food they eat. Stocked with medical facts and practical advice about nutrition, exercise, and keys to general physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being, the guide shows readers the benefits of a vegetarian "Life Choice" diet rich in whole grains, legumes, fruits, and complex carbohydrates.

AUDIENCE: College Students Nutritionists Teachers Adult Day Care General Adult

FORMAT: 425 page book

Eating on the Run: Nutritious Eating - from Airline Meals to Microwave Zapping

1992

A simple to follow book with practical information regarding eating out, frozen foods and grocery shopping. It is well organized. It has simple recipes with the breakdown of calories and fat content listed. A must read for anyone who is busy and health conscious.

AUDIENCE: General Adult Adult Day Care

FORMAT: 214 page book

Eat Well, Stay Well with Parkinson’s Disease

1998

Written by Kathrynne Holden, a registered dietitian and gerontological nutritionist, who has completed a pilot study on nutrition and Parkinson’s disease and counsels people with the disease. The author has an understanding of the unique nutrition needs in Parkinson’s disease. Her aim is to provide people with the disease the knowledge they need to help prevent nutrition-related hospitalizations, make optimum use of levodopa and maintain an independent lifestyle.

AUDIENCE: Adult Day Care Provider Health Clinics Nutritionists

FORMAT: 161 page book

Enhancing Food Flavor with Herbs and Spices

1995

Part of the American Dietetic Associations Nutrition Skills Series. Highlights the health benefits of reducing sodium intake and shows how to use the rich array of flavorful herbs and spices in recipes and at the table.

AUDIENCE: General Adult Health Clinics Adult Day Care

FORMAT: 14 minute video

Fast Food Facts: the Original Guide for Fitting Fast Food into a Healthy Lifestyle

1998

Whether you eat fast food once a day or once a decade, " Fast Food Facts" shows you how to make wise selections at the top 40 fast food chains. Designed to highlight the information you need to make quick, healthy decisions.

AUDIENCE: Nutritionists General Adult Adult Day Care Teachers Health Educators

FORMAT: 243 page book

The Fast Food Guide

1991

A complete, detailed nutrition information guide on all the major fast food chains and their offerings. An essential guide for people who care about their kids, their waistlines and their arteries.

AUDIENCE: Nutritionists General Adult Adult Day Care Teachers Health Educators

FORMAT: 333 page book

Fitness and Conditioning: Benefits for a Lifetime

1991

This video reviews the benefits of exercise-reducing heart disease, reducing hypertension, preventing obesity, increasing life expectancy and quality of life, and reducing anxiety. The program demonstrates the principles of conditioning (without drugs) and interviews well-known swimmers, runners and bikers to demonstrate these principles.

AUDIENCE: High School/College Physical Ed. Teachers Adult Day Care Health Clinics

FORMAT: 22 minute video/teaching guide

FITness for 50 Forward

1998

Advancing age is often thought of as a time of reduced activity, increased frailty and increased risk of chronic disease. While age is associated with profound changes in body composition including reduced muscle and bone and increased body fat, most of these changes are not the direct consequence of age, but rather the accumulation of a lifetime of inactivity and poor nutritional habits. There is a broad consensus that exercise can have a profound effect on life expectancy and general health. This American Dietetic Association manual can be used to help establish exercise programs for men and women over 50 years old. It explains what exercises to include, and how to incorporate aerobic exercise and balance training into the program.

AUDIENCE: Adult Day Care

FORMAT: 65 page manual

Five A Day Bingo: A Fun Nutrition Game for All Ages

1995

Geared for small children to senior citizens. "Five A Day Bingo" is a great way to have fun - and learn more about produce at the same time. It can be used to increase awareness of 5 A Day, encourage players to eat more fruits and vegetables, and stimulate cognition. Ask for the adult version with enlarged bingo cards.

AUDIENCE: Child Care Adult Day Care Elementary/Middle/High School Health Clinics

FORMAT: Game/25 page activity book

Five A Day: The Produce Revolution

1995

It's the year 2090 and dry nutrient supplements are the food of choice, but old gramps still hankers for the fresh fruits and vegetables of his youth. Taking his granddaughter on a virtual reality tour of a 20th century supermarket, he treats her to aisle after aisle of mouth-watering apples, oranges, carrots and green beans - punctuating the tour with nutrition guidelines, produce history, and selection tips. A 20-page guide outlines ways to expand the use of fresh produce, health benefits, shopping tips and discussion questions.

AUDIENCE: Middle School High School Adult Day Care

FORMAT: 25 minute video/20 page study guide

Food Allergies

1998

Part of the American Dietetic Association's Nutrition Now Series. A primer on food allergies, this book answers common questions, including how food allergies are diagnosed, how to manage food allergies, and how to avoid problem foods and make substitutions to ensure a balanced diet. A chapter for parents explains how to prevent or delay food allergies in children, while ensuring proper growth and development. Also includes a sample food diary, trail elimination menu plans and allergy-free recipes.

AUDIENCE: General Adults Adult Day Care Health Clinics High School/College Parents

FORMAT: 93 page book

Food and Fat

1993

This video takes a complex subject; complete with explanations of saturated and unsaturated fats, mono and polyunsaturates, and cholesterol, and teaches the basics in a clear, memorable way. It teaches viewers how to determine their own daily fat limit and how to count grams of fat to stay within that limit.

AUDIENCE: Adult Day Care High School General Adult

FORMAT: 28 minute video/teaching guide

Food Borne Illnesses and Their Prevention

1996

Understanding the serious results of unsafe practices in the kitchen is essential for encouraging and motivating safe behaviors in the institutional as well as the home kitchen. Food Borne Illnesses takes a sobering look at the illness that can occur ranging from the "24-hour bug" to more serious and sometimes deadly illnesses. This program looks at the practices that anyone who handles food should follow to prevent the spread of bacteria and to assure that the foods are safe and enjoyable. Viewers investigate the cause, symptoms, and treatment of food borne illnesses with emphasis placed on prevention. Learn how to recognize the symptoms associated with food borne illnesses such as Salmonella and E. Coli bacteria. Learn about the illness - why they make people sick, how long an illness should be expected to last, safe and proper treatments, and when to pay a visit to the doctor's office. Almost all food borne illnesses can be avoided if those involved in food handling are educated about causes and proper procedures to avoid contamination.

AUDIENCE: Adult Day Care Food Service Personnel Health Clinics Nutritionists High School

Format: 30 minute video

Food Finder: Food Sources of Vitamins and Minerals

1990

A resource composed of tables listing the nutrient content of foods. It is organized so that the reader can look up a nutrient and find a variety of food sources for it. Twelve vitamins, ten minerals, cholesterol, and dietary fiber are included.


AUDIENCE: Adult Day Care College Nutritionists Health Clinics General Adult

FORMAT: 244 page book

Food Folklore: Tales and Truths about What We Eat

1999

Part of the American Dietetic Association's Nutrition Now Series. Legends, traditions and myths have followed foods for centuries, from the healing qualities of chicken soup to the belief that grapefruit burns calories. Organized by topic, this book helps to separate the facts from the tall tales. Common questions about food are answered and myths are dispelled. Interesting facts about food traditions and legends are sprinkled throughout. An easy-to-read guide for anyone interested in food and nutrition.

AUDIENCE: Adult Day Care General Adult Health Clinics High School/College

FORMAT: 94p. book

The Food Guide Pyramid: Contemporary Nutrition

1993

This program illustrates how contemporary nutrition can improve how you look, feel, and live. This production highlights the foods from the major food groups and their relationship to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. The Food Guide Pyramid is explained with emphasis on how the sections of the pyramid relate to individuals and their nutritional needs. Viewers learn how to apply the principles shown to their daily diets and lifestyles.

AUDIENCE: High School General Adult Adult Day Care

FORMAT: 25 minute video/teachers guide

Food Labels: Staying Healthy Just Got Easier

1994

Viewers learn the meaning behind descriptive words such as "free" and "low-fat," and also learn that just because something is labeled in this way doesn't necessarily mean it's good for you.

AUDIENCE: High School General Adult Adult Day Care Health Clinics

FORMAT: 10 minute video

Food Models for General Audiences: Comparison Cards

1994

Life-size cardboard photographs of 185 commonly eaten foods, in portion sizes. The back of each card contains nutrient information. These National Dairy Council food models are ideal for teaching the five food groups and giving participants practice in classifying foods. They can also be used to teach nutrition labeling. The Leader Guide contains several activity ideas for using the food models.

AUDIENCE: Elementary/Middle School/High School Adult Day Care General Adults

FORMAT: 185 food models/leaders guide

Food Pyramid Bingo

1996

What a dynamic way to learn about food and nutrition! Food Pyramid Bingo is an energetic, exciting way to teach people of all ages about good nutrition through interaction and fun! For ease of participation, this unique game is formatted after the traditional bingo game with the addition of the Food Guide Pyramid structure at the top of the card for easy reference. Each player will increase personal knowledge of 95 pre-selected foods, including placement within the Food Guide Pyramid and serving sizes.

AUDIENCE: Elementary Child Care Adult Day Care Parents Community

FORMAT: 30 Laminated Cards/95 Picture Squares/Checking Chart/Instruction Sheet

Food Safety

1996

This important program teaches why safe food handling procedures are essential in the kitchen. Viewers are introduced to dangerous food handling practices and learn why the proper procedures are a must. Demonstrations of proper procedures for both institutions and the home include avoiding cross contamination of tools and surfaces, handwashing, use of containers that are suited to food storage, how to handle poultry and other "trouble" foods, safe temperature zones for food storage, and more. An informative and essential program for everyone who prepares, stores, or consumes meals, snacks, or leftovers.

AUDIENCE: High School Food Service Personnel Health Clinics Adult Day Care Nutritionists

format: 30 minute video

Food Safety Video for Seniors

An educational video from Texas Women’s University which demonstrates food safety basics for seniors. The video covers safe food handling at home, including buying, storing and preparing. Also includes safety tips for eating out.

AUDIENCE: Adult Day Care

FORMAT: Video

Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Photo Cards

1997

There are one hundred and forty two photo cards in a set. The front of each card contains the photograph of the fruit or vegetable and its English and California-Mexican-Spanish name. The back of each card contains the nutrient analysis in bar-graph form; the serving size; the preparation of the fruit or vegetable; a map showing the state or states that produce the greatest quantity of the fruit or vegetable; a symbol indicating what part of the plant is eaten; and the names of the varieties of the fruit or vegetable.

AUDIENCE: Adult Day Care Elementary/Middle/High School

FORMAT: 142 Laminated Photos

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