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Nutrition matters: Do your veggies have purpose?

April 2013 Network Call

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Nutrition Matters

Nutrition and the four componentsNutritional state of the networkWorking with stages of changeBest Practices from the network

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Why do we eat?

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Why do we eat?

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What do you eat?

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What do you eat?

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Food is Personal

“What

is patriotism but the love of the food one ate as a child

?”

~

Lin

Yutang

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Food is Personal

“It's difficult to think anything but pleasant thoughts while eating a homegrown tomato.”

~Lewis Grizzard

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Eat with Purpose

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What the Research Tells Us

Physical Health HabitsAerobic activity, strength, balance, and flexibilityNutrition Sleep Preventative screenings

Disease riskHeart DiseaseStrokeDiabetesCancerOsteoporosisDepressionFallsAlzheimer’s disease

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What the Research Tells Us

Why 5 A Day?

Water ~ hydration, urinary tract health

Fiber ~ digestion & heart health

B6 ~ immune & cognitive function

Magnesium ~ muscles, nervous system, blood pressure, & sleep

Potassium ~ blood pressure

Antioxidants ~ visual function & heart health

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Nutritional State of the Network

Nutrition Risk Less than 5 fruits & vegetables per dayORBMI of 25 or greater

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Successful Aging

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Physical Pain

P < .05

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Energy

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Stages of Change

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Stages of Change

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Pre-Contemplation (19%)

No Plans for Change“I already know you’ll tell me I can’t have dessert; I don’t need to go to Nourish”Coaching Questions“It sounds like having the option to eat dessert is important to you. What else is important to you?”

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Contemplation (3%)

Plans for change in 6 months“I know I should eat healthier but I’m not ready to make big changes. I’m thinking about attending Nourish sometime.”Coaching Questions“What has inspired your decision to consider attending Nourish?”“How might healthier food choices impact your daily life?”“Tell me more about not being ready…”

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Preparation (9%)

Plans for change in 30 days “I want to have energy to play with my grandchildren, so I have signed up for the next session of Nourish to learn more about making healthy food choices” Coaching Questions“You sound motivated to learn more! How does Nourish fit into your schedule?”

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Action (19%)

Making changes less than 6 months“I attended Nourish last month and have been increasing my vegetable servings by 1 per day.”Coaching Questions“What did you learn from Nourish that you are now using?“How do you feel since increasing your vegetable intake?”

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Maintenance (50%)

Making changes 6 months or more“After attending Nourish, I had the education I needed to make dietary changes. I used to eat only 2 servings per day of F & V. Now I eat 5 servings on most days and have more energy!”Coaching Question“And now that you have more energy, what would you like to do with it?”

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Coaching Tips

Be Gentle

Be Curious

Be Affirming

Ask permission before offering advice:

“How much do you know about…”

“Would you like to learn more about…”

“Would it be helpful for me to share some ideas that have worked for other residents?”

Coaching videos on MPL website

Changing Your Habits: Steps to Better Health

article

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Somerby of Mobile Best Practices

Nourish

Better participation when twice a week for 2 weeks

Reminder calls to participants

Food Samples

Resident-inspired menu items

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Somerby of Mobile Best Practices

Play Games!!Eat This, Not ThatBlind Taste TestProvide Nutrition Information for each food

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Somerby of Mobile Best Practices

“Blue Zone” InitiativeBook ClubBlue Zone entrees on menuSamples of Blue Zone entrees

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Somerby of Mobile Best Practices

Overcoming Resident HesitationKeep some favorite foods availableIt’s all about optionsHealthy choices shouldlook and sound appealingStaff education

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Best

Practices from the Network

Nutrition Matters ~

University Village

Nutrition Demonstrations

~

La Posada and University

Village

Add

spinach

to

salad

bar ~ MHKY

Juice Bar ~ Somerby of Alpharetta

Nutrition Information available to residents ~ La

Posada and University

Village

Healthy Living Lunch

~

Querencia

at Barrington

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Resources

Health Weights for Healthy Older Adults article

Changing Your Habits: Steps to Better Health

article online at

Identify stages of change

Tips for small steps at every stage

Coaching videos

on

MPL

website

Blue Zones Website

Blue Zones by Dan

Buettner

Eat This Not That

by David

Zinczenko

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Thank you!

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