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					FCSN- 340 Management of
Food Resources

     Class Days: Monday & Wednesday
      12 - 12:50 AM
     Lab: Tuesday 2 - 3:50  or
      Wednesday or Thursday 1- 2:50 PM
FCSN 340 - Food Resource
Management
   Texts:
   Larson, Duff: The American Dietetic
    Association Complete Food and
    Nutrition Guide
   Diabetic Exchange List
    Student Outcomes
   Identify the role of food in treating
    common medical diseases including
    overweight, heart disease, cancer,
    diabetes, hypertension, and certain „food
    intolerances.
     Student Outcomes
   Identify the various food products found in
    the market place used to treat these
    diseases and describe their appropriate
    role.
   Identify the role of fat, carbohydrate,
    gluten and sodium plays in food quality
    and the effects of reducing or modifying
    these ingredients in food preparation.
Student Outcomes
   Modify recipes to reduce total fat,
    saturated fat, cholesterol, calories,
    carbohydrate, gluten and sodium.
   Identify the role of soy in the diet.
“There is no love sincerer than
the love of food”

 George Bernard Shaw
    Diet & Health – Ten Mega
    Trends
   Trend #1
   Americans are getting Fatter
       Nearly 2/3 US Adults are Overweight; 1/3
        obese
       Since 1990, type 2 diabetes has increased by
        33% nationwide.
    Diet & Health – Ten Mega
    Trends
   Trend #2
   Significant Decreases in Heart Attack and
    Stroke
       In 1970, almost 400 out of every 100,000
        American died of a heart attack, down to 170
        in 1998.
       In 1970, 150 out of every 100,000 Americans
        died of stroke; in 1998, it was 60.
        Diet & Health – Ten Mega
        Trends
   Trend #3
   We are “turning the Tide on Cancer”
       Both the incidence and mortality from cancer
        have dropped significantly since 1995.
       Declining rates for: lung, colon, breast and
        prostate cancer.
       Increases in non-Hodgkins lymphomas and
        melanoma (skin cancer).
     Diet & Health – Ten Mega
     Trends
   Trend #4
   Serving Size Sprawl
       In 1960 – McDonald‟s Fries – 200 Kcal
       In 1970 – Large – 320 Kcal
       In 1980 – Large – 400 kcal
       In Mid -1990 – Large – 450 Kcal and the super
        sized was introduced – 540 Kcal
       By 2000 New 7 ounce super size – 610 Kcal
    Diet & Health – Ten Mega
    Trends
   McDonald‟s original burger, fries, and 12
    ounce coke = 590 Kcal.
   Today‟s Super Size Value Meals – a
    Quarter Pounder with Cheese, Super size
    Fries and a Super Size Coke = 1,550 cal
Serving Size Sprawl
    Diet & Health – Ten Mega
    Trends
   Trend #5
   A Nation on Drugs
       In 1976, 31% of people with high blood
        pressure were taking drugs to lower; by 1991
        – 55%
       In 1978, doctors wrote 4.4 million prescription
        for cholesterol lower drugs; in 1999 – 92.2
        million.
     Diet & Health – Ten Mega
     Trends
   Trend #6
   Dietary Supplements Soar
   Today, 42% of U.S. adults report that they
    take vitamins every day, and 23% say they
    use herbal supplements.
        Diet & Health – Ten Mega
        Trends
   Trend #7
   Food Safety: A Mixed Bag
   The list of bacteria, viruses, and other
    pathogen which contribute to food borne
    illness has increased significantly in the last
    30 years.
       E. coli O157:H7 and Campylobacter
    Diet & Health – Ten Mega
    Trends
   Trend #8
   Eating Out: Our of Control
   In 1978 – 18% of our calories from food
    eaten away from home; today it is nearly
    2x that much.
Diet & Health – Ten Mega
Trends
   Trend #9
   A Country of “Couch-Car-Computer
    Potatoes”
       From 1960 to 1990, the number of
        American who walked to work dropped
        from 6.4 million to 4.5 million.
       From 1977 – 1995 the number of local
        miles traveled in cars rose from 26 to 39.
    Diet & Health – Ten Mega
    Trends
   Trend #10
   Food Marketing Madness
       The US food industry is the second largest
        advertiser (auto industry is #1)
       From 1988 through 1999, the number of
        dollars spent for soft drink advertising rose
        by 28%, candy & snacks by 40% and
        restaurants by 86%.
Diseases We Can Prevent
   Heart Disease
       #1 killer of both men and women in US
       Each year > 1 million American suffer a
        heart attack; nearly 1/2 under the age of
        65.
   Stroke
       Stroke still kills > 150,000 Americans/year
Diseases We Can Prevent
   Diabetes
       The rate of diabetes is expected to double
        in the next 10 years.
       The number of cases of “Type II” Diabetes
        in children and adolescents is on the rise.
       Related to the increase incidence of obesity
   Osteoporosis
       1:2 women and 1:8 men > 50 will fracture
        a bone because of osteoporosis.
Diseases We Can Prevent
   Osteoporosis
       10 million Americans already have the
        disease & 18 million have bone density low
        enough to increase their risk.
   Breast Cancer
       175,000 women will be diagnosed with
        breast cancer this year.
       Related to excess weight in
        postmenopausal women.
Diseases We Can Prevent
   Colon & Rectal Cancer
       1999, 94,700 diagnosed with colon cancer
        & 34,700 with rectal cancer.
       Related to excess weight, physical
        inactivity and intake of fruits and
        vegetables (fiber).
    Dietary Guidelines

				
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