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According to the National Institutes of Health, obesity is the second leading cause of mortality in the world. By 2020, as many as 60 million children will be endangered by obesity, and against that, we must now begin to fight through the propagation of healthy and physically active lifestyles.

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Sharese – #WhyAwesome series

Sharese states: ‘Getting out and getting healthy doesn’t necessarily mean: hey kid, run five miles. Do something FUN!’    PhysednHealth We’re kicking off an exciting #WhyAwesome series — in which individuals give their advice and motivation for inspiring students to stay active in physical education class… and beyond! In this video, Sharese Davis (@summermichelleee) explains how she wasn’t […]

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Don’t skip gym: Physical education important to learning, academic success

By TAKE CARE STAFF  With the demand for schools to focus more on academics and less on gym class, many districts in the U.S. have cut back students’ physical education times or eliminated them completely. However, an author and authority on the connection between brain activity and fitness said the two goals of fitness and academic […]

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How Often Should You Assess Your Students?

Giving your students a fitness assessment test can be challenging. For that reason, many teachers resort to testing once or twice (pre and post) a year, or for the duration, they have the students. This approach has proven not to be effective because it measures biological growth instead of educating on the value of meaningful […]

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5 Things all High Performing College Students Do – The Freshman 15 is Real!

There are many actions that college students can take to eat more healthily and enjoy their college years without jeopardizing their health from excessive weight gain or weight loss. Among some recommendations are: Try to get at least eight hours of sleep a night. Avoid skipping meals. When you skip a meal, the subsequent hunger […]

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How to Implement a Quality Physical Education (QPE) Program

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), regular physical activity can help children and adolescents improve cardiorespiratory fitness, build strong bones and muscles, control weight, reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression, and reduce the risk of developing health conditions such as: Heart disease Cancer Type 2 diabetes High blood pressure Osteoporosis Obesity QPE must […]

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The Right Nutrition for Your Teenager

BREAKFAST For a teenager, breakfast should consist of 35% protein, 45% carbs, and 20% fat (it does not need to be exact to that formula). Mental concentration burns many calories. Good Foods Bad Foods Zone bars Egg Cheese Ham sandwich on whole wheat English muffin Lean meats Greek yogurt Protein shakes Protein bars Fruit Peanut […]

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Get in Shape Challenge – Fitness 10 10 10

How it works You can make physical activity fun by including the whole family. Our Get in Shape Challenge helps your family perform physical activity during family time. In a fun and manageable way. This quick workout does not interfere with your regular activities and can be quite fun. Try it at home for a […]

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Five Things to Remember when Reading Nutrition Labels

Servings Per Container: This means how many servings are in the entire container. So you must look at the serving size. The serving size for this product is 2/3 cup. There are eight 2/3 cup servings in this container. Each 2/3 cup serving contains 230 calories. The remainder of the nutrition information is regarding that […]

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A Hotdog Can Kill You

Did You Know… The average American consumes only 16 grams of fiber on average when the recommended intake for women is 25 grams and 38 grams for men. The average American consumes 3,400 mg of sodium per day when the recommendation is to consume less than 2,300 mg. Reducing sodium intake by 1,200 mg per […]

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Top 10 Tips to Support a Healthy Body Weight

Physical activity: Engage in 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise or 75 minutes of vigorous exercise per week. Regular exercise helps to increase your metabolism to burn more calories and start using fat stores as fuel. Reduce added sugars: The body doesn’t need ANY added sugars to function properly because they don’t provide any protein, […]

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