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					          Enjoying Nutrient-Rich Foods
         Freeport, Maine ~ December 2008




                                  ENJOY ...
                                  Eating well is one of
                                life’s greatest
                               pleasures.
                                 Julia
                                 Child


                  Dayle Hayes, MS, RD
Nutrition for the Future ~ EatWellatSchool@gmail.com
www.eatrightmontana.org/eatrighthealthyfamilies.htm
                     Enjoying Nutrient-Rich Foods
                    Freeport, Maine ~ December 2008




           TODAY
1. Introduce concept of nutrient-
   rich foods (NFR)
                                             WHO ?
2. Update on NRF index and other
   research                                   WHY ?
                                             WHAT ?
3. Consider ways to have new
   conversations with consumers
4. Enjoy some nutrient-rich foods
   and creative conversations about
   nutrition                                 HOW ?




                         Dayle Hayes, MS, RD
       Nutrition for the Future ~ EatWellatSchool@gmail.com
       www.eatrightmontana.org/eatrighthealthyfamilies.htm
           Enjoying Nutrient-Rich Foods
          Freeport, Maine ~ December 2008




HEALTH
                                                Americans
                                                 overfed,
                                                overweight


ISSUES
                                                    …
                                                   … and
                                UNDERNOURISHED

                   Dayle Hayes, MS, RD
 Nutrition for the Future ~ EatWellatSchool@gmail.com
 www.eatrightmontana.org/eatrighthealthyfamilies.htm
                                                   Enjoying Nutrient-Rich Foods
                                                  Freeport, Maine ~ December 2008

                                                                                                 Obesity Trends* Among U.S. Adults
                                                                                                     BRFSS, 1990, 1998, 2007
                                                                                                     (*BMI !30, or about 30 lbs. overweight for 5’4” person)

                                                                                                        1990                                                                1998




                                                                                                                                        2007




                                                                                  No Data     <10%       10%–14% 15%–19%         20%–24%      25%–29%         !30%




Number and Percentage of U.S. Population with                                        Percentage of U.S. Children and Adolescents
                  Diagnosed Diabetes                                                            Who Are Overweight*
                                                                                                    Hubbard, 2006




  CDC’s Division of Diabetes Translation. National Diabetes Surveillance System
                                                                                  * >95th percentile for BMI by age and sex based on 2000 CDC BMI-for-age growth charts
  available at http://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/statistics                             **Data are from 1963-65 for children 6-11 years of age and from 1966-70 for adolescents 12-17 years of age
                                                                                  Source: National Center for Health Statistics




                                                                                       Obesity is Driving Change




                                  Dayle Hayes, MS, RD
                Nutrition for the Future ~ EatWellatSchool@gmail.com
                www.eatrightmontana.org/eatrighthealthyfamilies.htm
                                                 Enjoying Nutrient-Rich Foods
                                                Freeport, Maine ~ December 2008

                          Americans Are
Overweight Yet Undernourished
         Americans are not meeting nutrient recommendations
                                                                                     UNDERNOURISHED
                         97%: Potassium
                         93%: Vitamin E
                         70%: Calcium
                         56%: Magnesium
                         44%: Vitamin A
                         31%: Vitamin C
                         14%: Vitamin B6
                         12%: Zinc
 *Ages 1 year and higher, USDA, ARS 2005, What We Eat in America, NHANES 2001-2002




UNDERNOURISHED                                                                       UNDERNOURISHED
                                                                                          2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans

                                                                                       SHORTFALL NUTRIENTS
                                                                                     For adults                  For children
                                                                                     CALCIUM                         CALCIUM
                                                                                     FIBER                              FIBER
                                                                                     MAGNESIUM                     MAGNESIUM
                                                                                     POTASSIUM                     POTASSIUM
                                                                                     VITAMIN A, C, and E            VITAMIN E




                                   Dayle Hayes, MS, RD
                 Nutrition for the Future ~ EatWellatSchool@gmail.com
                 www.eatrightmontana.org/eatrighthealthyfamilies.htm
          Enjoying Nutrient-Rich Foods
         Freeport, Maine ~ December 2008


                               UNDERNOURISHED
                               Past:
                                       NUTRIENTS TO LIMIT
                                        … what NOT to eat
                               FUTURE:
                                       NUTRIENTS TO
                                        ENCOURAGE
                                       … what TO eat




                                FOOD
                               TRENDS
                  Dayle Hayes, MS, RD
Nutrition for the Future ~ EatWellatSchool@gmail.com
www.eatrightmontana.org/eatrighthealthyfamilies.htm
                             Enjoying Nutrient-Rich Foods
                            Freeport, Maine ~ December 2008


                                                 #4. Sense Appeal




 #4. Sense Appeal                               FLAVOR 101: Back to Basics
McCormick Flavor Forecast 08




Creating the Crave                              UMAMI = DELICIOUS
Taste:                Flavor:                   Umami taste is produced by naturally
Basic receptors for                              occurring compounds:
                      Taste PLUS
 ! Sweet                                         " Glutamic acid (an amino acid)
                        ! Aroma                  " Glutamates (salts of glutamic acid)
 ! Salty
 ! Sour                 ! Texture                " Nucleotides
 ! Bitter               ! Juiciness
                                                  Synergistic
 !   Umami              ! Mouthfeel
                        ! Color


                            Dayle Hayes, MS, RD
          Nutrition for the Future ~ EatWellatSchool@gmail.com
          www.eatrightmontana.org/eatrighthealthyfamilies.htm
                   Enjoying Nutrient-Rich Foods
                  Freeport, Maine ~ December 2008


Natural Sources of Glutamic Acid
      and/or Glutamates:
                                     Creating the Crave
! Kelp         ! Potatoes            Removing crispness from an apple
! Cheese       ! Chinese cabbage
! Green tea    ! Duck
! Seaweed      ! Soy
! Sardines     ! Spinach
! Peas         ! Mackerel
! Corn         ! Carrots
! Mushrooms    ! Beef
! Tomatoes     ! Beets
! Oysters      ! Wine/beer/whiskey
                                         changes the whole experience




#7. Local Motions                      #7. Local Motions




                                           #8. Seriously
                                             Healthy




                        Dayle Hayes, MS, RD
      Nutrition for the Future ~ EatWellatSchool@gmail.com
      www.eatrightmontana.org/eatrighthealthyfamilies.htm
                      Enjoying Nutrient-Rich Foods
                     Freeport, Maine ~ December 2008


      #8. Seriously                     #9. Next-Generation
        Healthy                              Beverages




#9. Next-Generation                        Flavored Milk ???
     Beverages




ENVIRON STUDY
JADA April 2008
Children who drink
   flavored milk:
" Have comparable
  or lower BMIs
" Consume more
  nutrients
" Do not consume
  more sugar.




                          Dayle Hayes, MS, RD
        Nutrition for the Future ~ EatWellatSchool@gmail.com
        www.eatrightmontana.org/eatrighthealthyfamilies.htm
                Enjoying Nutrient-Rich Foods
               Freeport, Maine ~ December 2008


     FLAVOR
           +
 NUTRIENTS
           +
      LOCAL


Nutrient-Rich Approach                 2005 DIETARY GUIDELINES
                                             " Make smart choices
               Research                       from every food group.
                Based                        " Balance your food
                Widely                        and physical activity.
               Supported                     " Get the most
               Consumer                       nutrition for
                Friendly                      your calories.




                                    Making Calories Count More

                                    Nutrient
                                     Dense
                                                 Nutrient
                                                  Rich
                       Dayle Hayes, MS, RD
     Nutrition for the Future ~ EatWellatSchool@gmail.com
     www.eatrightmontana.org/eatrighthealthyfamilies.htm
                   Enjoying Nutrient-Rich Foods
                  Freeport, Maine ~ December 2008


                                                  JAPANESE
                                       DIETARY GUIDELINES
                                                      Enjoy your meals
                                                      " Have tasty and healthy
                                                        meals that are good for your
                                                        body.
                                                      " Aim to achieve a longer,
                                                        healthier life through your
                                                        daily meals.
                                                      " Enjoy communications at
                                                        the table with your family
                                                        and/or other people and
                                                        participate in the
                                                        preparation of meals.




Creating the Crave                     UNDERNOURISHED
Taste:       Texture + color + +   +   Past:
                                               NUTRIENTS TO LIMIT
 " Zesty       " Crunchy
                                                … what NOT to eat
 " Spicy       " Chewy
 " Tangy       " Juicy                 FUTURE:
 " Sweet       " Creamy                        NUTRIENTS TO
 " Gingery     " Deep purple
 " Hearty
                                                ENCOURAGE
               " Bright orange
 " Picante     " Aromatic                      … what TO eat




Whole Grains                           Vegetables




                       Dayle Hayes, MS, RD
     Nutrition for the Future ~ EatWellatSchool@gmail.com
     www.eatrightmontana.org/eatrighthealthyfamilies.htm
             Enjoying Nutrient-Rich Foods
            Freeport, Maine ~ December 2008


Fruit                                   Dairy Foods




Lean Protein




                     Dayle Hayes, MS, RD
   Nutrition for the Future ~ EatWellatSchool@gmail.com
   www.eatrightmontana.org/eatrighthealthyfamilies.htm

				
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