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Health and Safety » Physical Activity

Displaying 11 to 15 of 27 Publications.

  • MF3085
    MF3085
    Subtract the Sugar

    Added sugars add empty calories to foods. Discussion questions and activities will help the participant understand and define added sugars, identify food products with added sugars, and identify a goal to reduce added sugar in the diet. 8-page, color.

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  • MF3008
    MF3008
    Build Strength with Protein

    Protein plays an important role in a healthy diet. Discussion questions and activities will help the learner be able to discuss the functions of proteins, identify plant and animal sources of protein, and distinguish between voluntary and involuntary muscle movement. 8-pages, color.

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  • MF3091
    MF3091
    Let's Live a Little: Physical Activity for Fun and Fitness, Leader's Guide

    Guides a leader in presenting tips for staying active. Includes exercise activities. This lesson in the FCS annual series has been selected by the FCE groups. 4-page, b/w.

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  • MF3090
    MF3090
    Let's Live a Little: Physical Activity for Fun and Fitness, Fact Sheet

    A person can stay fit and active even as they age. Explains the benefits of physical activity and provides tips for staying active at any age. This lesson in the FCS annual series has been selected by the FCE groups. 4-page, color.

    $0.55
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  • MF2972
    MF2972
    Move into Health: The Ups and Downs of Emotional Eating, Lesson 8, (Fact Sheet)

    Eating in response to emotions rather than hunger can lead to overeating, obesity, and other health issues. Keep track of emotional moments that lead to specific food cravings. Use favorite non-food activities to replace comfort food. Yoga is one option. 4 p.

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