Introduction to the Eat Healthy Be Active Community Workshops
Speaker Notes: Welcome to the Introduction to the Eat Healthy Be Active Community Workshops, developed by HHSs Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion with review by the joint Dietary Guidance Review Committee, with USDA! (Note-we use the MyPlate extensively throughout the workshops! The series of six 1-hour workshops is based on the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans and the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans. Educators can download individual workshops or the entire workshop series from www.health.gov/dietaryguidelines/2015/workshops Before you facilitate the workshops in your community, we recommend you become familiar with the Best Practices for Implementation, based on previous focus groups and user feedback. https://health.gov/dietaryguidelines/2015/workshops/ImplementationBestPractices.pdf Introduction to the Eat Healthy Be Active Community Workshops Outline & Purpose Eat Healthy, Be Active Community Workshops Part I: Overview Part II: Individual Workshop slides (for Instructor use) Speaker Notes: This slide deck provides an overview of the Eat Healthy, Be Active Community Workshops for educators who are considering using this resource in their community. You may choose to use the slides from Part II of this slide deck in your facilitation of the workshops, if desired. 2 Part I: Overview
3 Eat Healthy Be Active Community Workshops (2018) Speaker NotesThe updated and revised edition of the Eat Healthy Be Active Community Workshops (EHBA) was published in Spring of 2018 in English and in Spring of 2019 in Spanish. The purpose of the EHBA workshops is to implement the nutrition advice found in the current Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Each workshop promotes the principles of healthy eating and physical activity in the community. Note the USDAs MyPlate icon on the cover-- it designates the inclusion of MyPlate factsheets and the Dietary Guidelines (DGA) recommendations within each lesson. The icon is also readily recognizable for educators teaching MyPlate messages to the general population and is used with food assistance programs. The EHBA Community Workshops have been disseminated widely through State and local public health offices, through USDA Cooperative Extension, SNAP-Ed, WIC, and the Child and Adult Care Food Programs. Many SNAP-Ed programs around the nation are using the workshops as part of nutrition education classes for caregivers of ages 2 and older, including older adults. The Administration on Aging and some universities have teamed to teach and evaluate the workshops in local communities serving older adults. 4 Eat Healthy Be Active Community Workshops Website www.health.gov/dietaryguidelines/2015/workshops Speaker Notes: Use the website for the Eat Healthy, Be Active Community Workshops to share tips and resources in an interactive format: www.health.gov/dietaryguidelines/2015/workshops Eat Healthy, Be Active Community Workshops Website The Eat Healthy, Be Active Community Workshops website includes downloadable copies of the complete workshop series, as well as each individual workshop, in both English and Spanish. Each of these six, 1-hour workshops includes a lesson plan, learning objectives, talking points, hands-on activities, videos, and handouts.
Additionally, the website includes a best practices guide for educators, instructions for how to order print copies (English version only), a downloadable PDF of the appendix (English version only), and a Certificate of Completion PowerPoint slide that you can customize for your participants. The workshops are used by community educators, health promoters, dietitians/nutritionists, cooperative extension agents, and others to teach to adults in a wide variety of community settings. 5 Best Practices for Implementation Preparing for the Workshops o Be sure to thoroughly review the workshop concepts and lesson plan prior to teaching, and use the resources in the appendix for more information. o The workshops were designed to be used by a variety of community leaders and educators, even those without a nutrition degree. Choose the Time of the Workshop o Poll potential participants to determine the time of day that works best for them. Give Workshop Reminders o Consider creating an online calendar to notify participants of upcoming workshops. Offer Workshop Incentives o If you are able, offer participants an incentive to come to each workshop, or the entire series of six. Overall Timing and Answering Questions
o Each workshop was designed to be completed in approximately 60 minutes. For a larger group with many questions you may need more time. Speaker Notes: Best Practices for Implementation: Before being released, the Eat Healthy, Be Active Community Workshops were pilot tested at 10 sites across the country, including cooperative extension, worksite wellness programs, faith-based organizations, and parent groups. The workshops were designed using low-health literacy principles and were tested with participants of varying socioeconomic backgrounds and education levels. Key findings at the time (from pre- and post-workshop series evaluations): 64% changed behaviors, 36 % made no changes. However, out of the 64% that changed behaviors, 94% attributed their changes to the workshops. After teaching the workshops, pilot site instructors provided feedback on their experiences. These are some of the best practices they shared: PREPARING FOR THE WORKSHOPS Be sure to thoroughly review the workshop concepts and lesson plan prior to teaching, and use the resources in the appendix for more information. The workshops were designed to be used by a variety of community leaders and educators, even those without a nutrition degree. Choose the Time of the Workshop Poll potential participants to determine the time of day that works best for them. If you are holding the workshops at a worksite, ask the supervisor if participants can bring their lunch and hold the workshops during the lunch hour. Give Workshop Reminders (Gather emails/phone for text messages) Consider creating an online calendar to notify participants of upcoming workshops Offer Workshop Incentives If you are able, offer participants an incentive to come to each workshop, or the entire series of six. Provide items that help participants apply workshop concepts such as pedometers, reusable water bottles, or stretch bands for muscle strengthening activities. Or other items such as a recipe cards, a gift certificate to a grocery store, a kitchen tool, or a cookbook, possibly donated by workshop partners or sponsors. Overall Timing and Answering Questions Each workshop was designed to be completed in approximately 60 minutes, including time for a few questions and answers during or at the end of the workshop. If you are teaching a larger group with many questions, you may find you need more than 60 minutes to complete the workshop. 6
Scientific Foundation for Workshops Workshops are based on the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans The Dietary Guidelines provides recommendations for healthy eating for Americans ages 2 years and older 7 Speaker Notes: The 2 nd version of the EHBA is based on new language and recommendations from the federal nutrition policy document, the 2015- 2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. The Dietary Guidelines (DGA) is a joint effort of both HHS and USDA and is mandated by Congress to be updated every 5 years to provide nutrition recommendations to the general public. The primary purpose of this policy document is to provide guidance for Americans in choosing a healthy diet and preventing diet-related chronic diseases. The Dietary Guidelines form the foundation for all nutrition advice issued across federal agencies, including food and nutrition programs such as USDAs National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs. Physical Activity: Move Your Way Campaign Promotes the Physical Activity Guidelines for Am ericans,
2nd edition (2018) Resources for youth, adults, older adults, and parents: o o o o Fact sheets Posters Interactive web tools Videos All campaign materials available in English and Spanish https://health.gov/MoveYourWay/ 8 Instructor Resources Each of the 6 workshops (1-hour) include: o
o o o o o o o Lesson Plans Learning Objectives Talking Points Hands-on activities, ice-breakers and stretch breaks Video vignettes (2-3 minutes) on YouTube Handouts for participants to take-home, such as USDAs MyPlate/MyWins tip sheets Evaluation Certificate of Completion Speaker Notes: As noted previously, the Eat Healthy, Be Active Workshops can be used individually or featured in a 6-week series. All workshops include: Lesson Plans with Learning Objectives and Talking Points
Sample activities for ice-breakers and stretch break ideas for physical activity Online video vignettes 2-3 minutes to support the theme Handouts to support the topics are included as take-home reminders for participants. Each workshop includes a USDA MyPlate/MyWins tip sheet Evaluation Certificate of Completion 9 Workshop Evaluations 10 Speaker Notes: Each workshop ends with an Evaluation. Some instructors develop an overall pre- and post-workshops series evaluation, based on local goals for healthy behavior outcomes. Speaker Notes: Finally, there is a customizable Certificate of Completion. This is available online as a PowerPoint slide. Instructor can customize participant name, date of completion, and can add the logo of their choice to customize the certificate.
The certificate is a favorite incentive for participants to receive at the end of the EHBA workshop series. Certificate of Completion Presented to For participating in the Eat Healthy Be Active Community Workshops Based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans Additional Resources Appendix includes: o PALA+: an 8-week awards program to maintain or improve your health. https://www.hhs.gov/fitness/programs-and-awards/pala/index.html o Food Safety: information from USDA, FDA, and CDC on safe food handling: www.foodsafety.gov
o Helpful websites: federal nutrition and physical activity websites, including recipes and menus, BMI tools, and resources for older adults. o Q&A about the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans Speaker Notes: The complete workshop series also includes a number of Additional Resources. Presidential Active Lifestyle Award (PALA+) The Presidential Active Lifestyle Award (PALA+), a program of the President's Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition (PCSFN), promotes physical activity and good nutrition, because it takes both to lead a healthy lifestyle. Start the eight-week program to help you maintain or improve your health. It's a great way to help manage and reach your health goals. Food Safety website: info at www.foodsafety.gov is important for use during activities and cooking demos, and at home! Remember the 4 Fight BAC messages 1. Clean 2. Separate 3. Cook 4. Chill Helpful websites: including federal nutrition and physical activity websites, including recipes and menus, BMI tools, and resources for older adults. MyPlate, (such as ChooseMyPlate.gov, Recipes and Menus, BMI, Physical activity, including Resources for Older Adults. And a helpful Q&A about the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans 12
Workshops 1-3 Speaker Notes: All 6 workshops and provide quantitative learning objectives. All workshops promote the DGA consumer messages and the Physical Activity Guidelines (PAG) goal of 150 minutes (or 2 hours and 30 minutes) of moderate-intensity aerobic activity a week, and feature sample stretch breaks. Some highlights from each workshop: Workshop 1: Enjoy Healthy Food Choices That Taste Great Includes: Healthy Can Be Tasty a 2-3 minute video vignette on YouTube. Features handouts: Tips for Healthier Choices, Cutting Down on Sodium (Lower the Salt, not the Taste), and How to Modify a Recipe (such as Lasagna). Workshop 2: Quick, Healthy Meals and Snacks Features a Shopping List guide, Tips for Eating out and Reading a Menu, and Slow Cooker Tips for quick and healthy meals. Workshop 3: Eating Healthy on a Budget Features a Weekly Planner, Calendar and Grocery Game Plan. Also, a List to plan ahead before you shop and get the most value for your money. One handout features Fruits and Vegetable Lower in Cost Year-Round. 13 Workshops 4-6 Speaker Notes: Workshop 4: Tips for Losing Weight and Keeping It Off This workshop helps participants learn about the Amount of Calories needed each day from the Daily Calorie Needs Charts, a Rethink Your Drink Matching Game, and features a Food Tracking form to keep track of foods consumed, to help manage calorie intake. Workshop 5: Making Healthy Eating Part of Your Lifestyle The workshop features handouts: How to Build a Healthy Eating Pattern, Shifting to Healthier Food & Beverage Choices, a MyPlate Daily Checklist, and information on Understanding and Using the Nutrition Facts Label.
Workshop 6: Physical Activity is Key to Living Well Emphasizes how all ages can meet physical activity goals. For Older Adults: there is a handout with examples of Aerobic and Muscle-Strengthening Exercises. Features video links to CDC and NIH and the National Institutes on Aging Go-4Life programs and materials. New resource: We mentioned the new MOVE YOUR WAY CAMPAIGN with factsheets, posters, interactive web tools, and YouTube Videos this content can be accessed via the workshop website. 14 Part II: Workshops Speaker Notes: For Instructors: The workshops offer step-by-step lesson plans, including talking points. Be sure to check out the Best Practices for Implementation document on the workshops website before you begin. It offers tips on preparing for the workshops, motivating participants and overall timing. A Workshop Outline is provided at the beginning of each workshop. The workshop should last 1 hour, including activities. The following slides provide the outline for each individual workshop and these slides can be used during facilitation, if you so choose. 15 Workshop 1: Enjoy Healthy Foods That Taste Great Learning Objectives: 1. List 5 small changes you can make to choose foods and beverages with healthier fats, less sodium, and less
added sugars. 2. Identify 3 spices, herbs, or salt-free seasonings that will give you new ways to eat healthfully. 3. Use recipe modifications and cooking techniques to reduce calories, saturated and trans fats, sodium, and added sugars. Video: Healthy Can Be Tasty https://youtu.be/k7-JJZ2jpWE Speaker Notes: Workshop 1: Enjoy Healthy Food Choices That Taste Great Icebreaker: Taste test with herbs/spices/seasonings Key Factsheet: Enjoy Healthy Food Choices That Taste Great Handouts: Tips for Healthier Choices Cut Down on Sodium - Reduce your Sodium (Salt) Intake How to Modify a Recipe: Lasagna, Recipe Makeover MyPlate MyWins: Choose MyPlate
Stretch Break: Find Someone Who. (Bingo-like game) reinforces the winning combination of a healthy diet and physical activity, and allows participants to get to know one another. Wrap-Up/Q&A Reminders Additional Resources: www.choosemyplate.gov for MyPlate factsheets https://health.gov/dietaryguidelines/2015/resources.asp http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/public/heart/obesity/wecan/eat-right/fun-family-recipes.htm Evaluation 16 Workshop 2: Quick, Healthy Meals and Snacks Learning Objectives: 1. Identify 3 tips for preparing meals quickly and how to stock your pantry. 2. Identify 5 tips to make healthy selections when eating out. 3. Describe how to use a slow cooker to prepare easy, healthy meals. Video: Make It Fast, Make It Good
https://youtu.be/rB5TUlo2p_A Speaker Notes: Workshop 2: Quick, Healthy Meals and Snacks Icebreaker: Questionnaire: Are You an Effective Kitchen Manager? Key Factsheet: Quick Healthy Snacks and Meals; Short on time? Try these tips for making healthier mealsfast! Handouts: My Shopping List Tips for Eating Out Calorie Labeling on Restaurant Menus and Vending Machines Slow Cooker Tips and Recipes MyPlate My Wins: Hacking Your Snacks Stretch Break: Name Your Favorite Healthy Snacks Team up partners and walk around the room. Share snack ideas and preparation. Switch roles while moving/walking the entire time. Wrap-Up/Q&A Reminders Additional Resources:
www.choosemyplate.gov for MyPlate factsheets www.foodsafety.gov https://www.fda.gov/food/food-labeling-nutrition/changes-nutrition-facts-label 17 Workshop 3: Eating Healthy on a Budget Learning Objectives: 1. Identify the 3 steps for healthy eating on a budget planning, purchasing and preparing. 2. Identify 3 skills to plan meals and snacks ahead of time. Video: Healthy Eating On a Budget https://youtu.be/ixl3-kg59xU Speaker Notes: Workshop 3: Eating Healthy on a Budget Icebreaker: Generic vs Brand Name Food Items Taste Test Key Factsheet: Eating Healthy on a Budget Handouts:
Fruits and Vegetables Lower in Cost Year-Round Weekly Meal Planner Create A Grocery Game Plan MyPlate MyWins: Eating better on a budget Stretch Break: Beans: Stand up and spread out to allow space to move as names of beans are called out for participants to take actions, (i.e., jumping beans). Wrap-Up/Q&A Reminders Additional Resources: www.choosemyplate.gov for MyPlate factsheets www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov 18 Workshop 4: Tips for Losing Weight and Keeping It Off Learning Objectives: 1. Determine your body mass index (BMI). 2. Find out the amount of calories you need
each day. 3. Name 3 tips for losing weight and keeping it off. Video: Tips for Losing Weight and Keeping It Off https://youtu.be/Jl8kP5GGAJA Speaker Notes: Workshop 4: Tips for Losing Weight and Keeping It Off Icebreaker: Taste test of cut-up unfamiliar fruits and vegetables Key Factsheet: Top 4 Tips for Losing Weight and Keeping it Off Handouts: Your Healthy Weight Daily Calorie Needs Food Tracking Rethink Your Drink MyPlate MyWins: Make Better Beverage Choices
Stretch Break: Standing Push Ups and Standing Squats Wrap-Up/Q&A Reminders Additional Resources: www.choosemyplate.gov for MyPlate factsheets www.fruitsandveggiesmorematters.org www.cdc.gov/healthyweight/healthy_eating/drinks.html BMI: BMI is a measure of your weight compared to your height. BMI can help adults determine whether they are at a healthy weight. www.cdc.gov/healthyweight/assessing/bmi/adult_bmi/index.html A Body Weight Planner is available at: 19 Workshop 5: Making Healthy Eating Part of Your Lifestyle Learning Objectives: 1. Identify 5 concepts of a healthy lifestyle. 2. Identify the 5 food groups and a healthy choice from each. 3. Identify 5 aspects of the Nutrition Facts label that make it easier for you to make informed food choices that support a healthy diet. Video: A New Way of Eating for Life
https://youtu.be/yv4EPZEjXO8 Speaker Notes: Workshop 5: Making Healthy Eating Part of Your Lifestyle: Icebreaker: Whole Grain Tasting Key Factsheet: Making Healthy Eating Part of Your Total Lifestyle Handouts: How to Build a Healthy Eating Pattern Shift to Healthier Food & Beverage Choices MyPlate Daily Checklist Understanding and Using the Nutrition Facts Label MyPlate MyWins: Build a Healthy Meal Stretch Break: Fruit Basket a nutrition-themed version of musical chairs Wrap-Up/Q&A Reminders Additional Resources:
www.choosemyplate.gov for MyPlate factsheets 20 Workshop 6: Physical Activity is Key to Living Well Learning Objectives: 1. Name 2 benefits of physical activity and the specific recommendations for aerobic and strengthening activities. 2. Complete at least 2 strength-training activities. 3. Make a plan for doing physical activity and track your activities for the next week. Video: Tips for Getting Motivated https://youtu.be/0i1lCNHaxhs Speaker Notes: Workshop 6: Physical Activity is Key to Living Well NOTE: new Move Your Way campaign resources can be added to supplement this workshop Icebreaker: Find Someone Who How do You Stay Active? Key Factsheet: Be Active Your Way: A Factsheet for Adults Handouts:
Muscle-Strengthening Exercises My Aerobic and Strengthening Activities Log. How Many Calories Does Physical Activity Use? Be Active Your Way: As You Get Older Features video links to CDC and NIH and the National Institutes on Aging Go-4Life programs and materials. Stretch Break: Strengthening Exercises and Group Walk Wrap-Up/Q&A 21 How to Order Print Copies To order free print copies of the Eat Healthy, Be Active Community Workshops in English, please go to https://epublication.fda.gov/epub/ and click these filters: Nutrition > Health educators > Orderable Hardcopies > Apply, and scroll down to Eat Healthy, Be Active Community Workshops Or download PDF files of the individual workshops or the
complete set of workshops at: www.health.gov/dietaryguidelines/2015/workshops 22 Thank you! 23
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