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Take Charge of Your Health: Overcoming Addictions

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Take Charge of Your Health: Depression & Mental Health

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Your Weight Matters For Your Health: National PSA

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The Your Weight Matters Campaign is a national initiative, which encourages each and every American to talk to their healthcare provider about their weight. This national campaign is produced and presented by the Obesity Action Coalition (OAC) to assist individuals affected by excess weight and empower them to take charge of their health and have the conversation of. Your Weight Matters: Take Charge of Your Health. If there’s one health issue that impacts and endangers health, health care costs and quality of life, it’s obesity.

The statistics are staggering: obesity affects more than 93 million Americans and is linked to over 40 health. Take the Your Weight Matters Challenge today to speak with a doctor about your weight and health! Access free resources to help manage your weight. By taking the challenge, you’ll take the first step in taking charge of your weight and health, and we’ll provide you with a variety of FREE resources to help you along the way!

While managing your weight and health, we know the information you’re presented with can feel like a puzzle you’re trying to solve — but it doesn’t have to be that way. At the Your Weight Matters National Convention, you’ll get the RIGHT information about weight and health from the Nation’s leading experts in the field — in a safe environment that welcomes anyone who. National Charity Invites All Americans To Take Charge Of Their Weight And Health At The 2nd Annual Your Weight Matters National Convention Rise To The Challenge /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ Take Charge of Your Health is the second online evangelistic initiative from It Is Written, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to prevent in-person evangelism.

The first event, Hope Awakens, focused on Bible prophecy and current events and concluded in May with tens of thousands of views and thousands of decisions for Christ. Take Charge of Your Health: A Guide for Teenagers As you get older, you’re able to start making your own decisions about a lot of things that matter most to you. You may choose your own clothes, music, and friends. Your Weight Matters is a national initiative, which encourages each and every American to talk to their healthcare provider about their weight. OBESITY ACTION COALITION RELEASES YOUR WEIGHT MATTERS CAMPAIGN VIDEO PSA ENCOURAGING ALL AMERICANS TO TAKE CHARGE OF THEIR WEIGHT AND HEALTH Tampa, Fla. – It is estimated that more than 200 million Americans are affected by.

If your BMI is 18.5 to 24.9, it falls within the normal or Healthy Weight range. If your BMI is 25.0 to 29.9, it falls within the overweight range. If your BMI is 30.0 or higher, it falls within the obese range.

Weight that is higher than what is considered as a healthy weight for a given height is described as overweight or obese.

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However, many clients with EDs have weight concerns and either avoid weighing themselves or weigh themselves too frequently.

“Dialectical Behavior Therapy in Clinical Practice: Applications across Disorders and Settings” by Linda A. Dimeff, Kelly Koerner, Marsha M. Linehan
from Dialectical Behavior Therapy in Clinical Practice: Applications across Disorders and Settings
by Linda A. Dimeff, Kelly Koerner, Marsha M. Linehan
Guilford Publications, 2007

Department of Health (2008) Healthy Weight, Healthy Lives: A Cross-Government Strategy for England.

“Fundamentals of Health Promotion for Nurses” by Jane Wills
from Fundamentals of Health Promotion for Nurses
by Jane Wills
Wiley, 2014

However, because diet and exercise are recommended for inducing weight loss in the obese (Jakicic et al. 2001; National Institutes of Health [NIH] 1998), the section on body weight examines the effects of diet plus exercise.

“Human Body Composition” by Steven Heymsfield, Timothy Lohman, ZiMian Wang, Scott B. Going
from Human Body Composition
by Steven Heymsfield, Timothy Lohman, et. al.
Human Kinetics, 2005

It is also important for BED patients to understand that although obesity is associated with increased risks for heart disease, diabetes, and other diseases, it is not necessary to achieve large weight losses to improve risk factors.

“Handbook of Treatment for Eating Disorders” by David M. Garner, Paul E. Garfinkel
from Handbook of Treatment for Eating Disorders
by David M. Garner, Paul E. Garfinkel
Guilford Publications, 1997

Weight was arguably the most important determinant of my clients’ health, so I knew I had to become an expert on this topic.

“Life in the Fasting Lane: How to Make Intermittent Fasting a Lifestyle and Reap the Benefits of Weight Loss and Better Health” by Dr. Jason Fung, Eve Mayer, Megan Ramos
from Life in the Fasting Lane: How to Make Intermittent Fasting a Lifestyle and Reap the Benefits of Weight Loss and Better Health
by Dr. Jason Fung, Eve Mayer, Megan Ramos
Hay House, 2020

One of the most important reasons for healthcare professionals to take a weight neutral stance is quite simply this: we do not have an intervention to permanently and safely change weight, at least not for the great majority of people (Mann et al., 2007).

“Treatment of Eating Disorders: Bridging the Research-practice Gap” by Margo Maine, Beth Hartman McGilley, Douglas Bunnell
from Treatment of Eating Disorders: Bridging the Research-practice Gap
by Margo Maine, Beth Hartman McGilley, Douglas Bunnell
Elsevier Science, 2010

Patients having normal weight and no other risk factors should be encouraged to maintain their weight.

“Medical Nutrition and Disease: A Case-Based Approach” by Lisa Hark, Darwin Deen, Gail Morrison
from Medical Nutrition and Disease: A Case-Based Approach
by Lisa Hark, Darwin Deen, Gail Morrison
Wiley, 2014

Answer: 1 Rationale: The nurse determines that the client has maintained adequate nutritional status if the client maintains the baseline body weight or loses less than 5 pounds.

“Saunders Q&A Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination E-Book” by Linda Anne Silvestri
from Saunders Q&A Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination E-Book
by Linda Anne Silvestri
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

A healthy weight—maintained throughout life—helps you achieve good health in many ways: look your best, feel your best, and reduce your risk for many serious and ongoing diseases.

“American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition” by Roberta Larson Duyff
from American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition
by Roberta Larson Duyff
HMH Books, 2012

• Healthy weight is associated with reduced risk of chronic disease, including cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and some cancers.

“The Essential Guide to Fitness” by Rosemary Marchese, Julie Taylor, Kirsten Fagan
from The Essential Guide to Fitness
by Rosemary Marchese, Julie Taylor, Kirsten Fagan
Cengage Learning Australia, 2019

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  • it’s not a simple one to one with exercise and calorie burning. Regular exercise makes your body burn fat while at rest rather than store it

  • Another thing that would work is to reduce the fat (fried food) and double your food volume without feeling deprived. Go to whole foods. It’s amazing how much more food you get to eat while losing weight.

  • I think the success of green carts in poor neighborhoods proves that people in poor neighborhoods would choose healthy foods if they were made available to them, both in affordability and convenience.

  • Check out this behind-the-scenes look at the filming of the new Your Weight Matters Campaign Public Service Announcement! We are excited to present this first PSA ever produced exclusively by the OAC! Watch the video on the OAC’s YouTube Channel: Your Weight Matters For Your Health: National PSA

  • please to add Closed Caption or interpreter asap Very important: Many deaf people need to know about health. Deaf and hearing are all human. thank you for your concern.. I hope you will do that for deaf.. smile

  • It is not calories in and out. our body is run by hormones and insulin is a fat storing hormone. When we eat sugar/carbohydrates we release lots of insulin and in turn continue to store fat. thats why people who are type 1 diabetics who’s bodies don’t produce insulin waste away without insulin. Their bodies can’t store energy/fat without insulin. If carbs/sugar are restricted our body can release the hormone that burns fat for energy. Our body cannot release insulin and fat burning hormone at the same time. the book by Jason Fung ” The Obesity Code” really explains this

  • Those comments about all calories being the same are NOT true.. some foods stimulate insulin much more and force the body to store fat. There is no doubt that high sugar, processed carbs, will make you fat and that it is pretty impossible to over eat on lettuce or kale! Those comments also ignore the collosal role that hormones play. Hormones are the “messengers” or “instructions” to your brain and cells to eat, store energy, release energy from fat etc.

  • There’s also the help of fasting and the low carb lifestyle. Cheers and big support to every one who’s trying to cut down fat weight!

  • You know your weight matters for your health, and now you can help spread the word to others who need to improve their health! Share the Your Weight Matters Campaign PSA: Your Weight Matters For Your Health: National PSA

  • Its nice to see these people taking their health into their own hands, but some of the advice and perceptions I heard here were way off the current understanding of macronutrients. I cringed when that girl said people were choosing Subway over McDonald’s as if that was a good choice. As well the doctor lumping all calories into the same pile totally steam rolled over how the body handles different macros or more importantly sugar. Good documentary but some outdated advice.

  • Will all doctors and obese people please start demanding the elimination of all FOOD ADS! No one should see any food ads because it makes people think about food every second of their waking life! That’s how they got cigarettes ads off TV! This needs to be done ASAP!

  • Wow, what a REMARKABLE change for the better…and he’ll be around for his children now too! Folks, really, just prepare/or cook your OWN foods…it’s the best first step to good health!

  • I had an experience about 15 years ago that really helped me come out of a major depression. This depression was so bad I actually attempted suicide, but God saved me from that. I was in some deep legal problems that at that time looked like I would eventually end up in prison and I knew my personality type wouldn’t last long there. Confirmed by people that just came out of prison revealed to me in group therapy sessions.

    My Mind got stuck in some sort of negative thinking loop that just wouldn’t turn off. I bought some mentally related books to read hoping for some understanding or solution to my problem. One of them was based on some Buddhist thinking and that one contained the answer to my problem. Of all places, who’d have known. It is the mindful meditation method. I hear some people say it’s only a Buddhist thing that will lead a person into Buddhism, but I disagree. That’s like saying eating vegan leads one to become a Buddhist, if that diet originated with them.

    After I practiced this meditation method for about 3 weeks, a little at a time, once or twice a day, it was like a reset button had been pressed in my brain and all the negative thinking was gone. I felt completely at peace with myself and my confidence level received a huge boost. Also, I’ve never felt the need to repeat this method. I’ve told others about it, but so far, when I asked them how it worked out for them, they’d always say they never tried it.

    Here it is as far as I can remember it:
    1) Find a place where you can sit in a chair (preferably not a super soft or recliner, but like a kitchen chair) where you won’t be disturbed. Indoor or outdoor.
    2) Sit upright without slouching, legs in front, feet flat on the floor. Hands comfortably placed, such as in your lap, etc.
    3) Stare straight ahead eyes open.
    4) Focus slightly on your breathing, slowly in and out, and a little deeper than usual.
    5) Now the hard part. Empty your mind of all thoughts. No pictures, no words, think of nothing at all. When a thought enters your mind, ignore it and go back to no thinking.
    6) Stare straight ahead, without looking around.
    7) Allow your ears to hear and your eyes to see, but that’s all you do. Have no thoughts on any sensory input. Just let things happen.
    8) Do this about 5 minutes or so at a time, and build up to longer time spans over time. It becomes easier over time.

  • I hate all the excuses. No society didn’t make you fat you made yourself fat and it’s your fault and you’re lucky you have people who care about you. People are just lazy bottom line.

  • Raspberries, Strawberry, blueberry with Cantaloupe blended with almond milk + Walking everyday is helping me loose weight. It is my hope that fellow Brothers and Sisters can find ways to better their health life.

  • Calorie deficit and some sort of exercise is key………to many fad diets promising a quick fix ����‍♀️ unfortunately losing weight is uncomfortably and people don’t like that feeling…..in fact since this movie has been made obesity related cancers have increased and people are getting fatter and fatter ����

  • Follow a low carb/high fat or ketogenic way of eating. Add intermittent fasting and losing weight would be even faster. This is no easy way to lose weight. There are other effective diets but strict adherence is necessary. The key to permanent weight loss is to consider the changes to be permanent life style changes, not just a temporary change.

  • The vast majority just have to understand that there is no such thing as a diet. There is a lifestyle.
    I am struggling with weight, always have, because I am an emotional eater. But I manage with set meal times and calorie plan, also healthier food. I figured I don’t need as much food as I WANT, and that’s the end of story. Calculations say I need 1800 calories a day, experience says no more than 1500. There I go, fighting for my wellbeing. Every day. Every meal.
    It gets easier though.

  • Plant based diets are not the answer for everyone. Clean meats and dairy are VERY healthy and practical. The medical field really needs to get their facts straight regarding this issue.

  • I did the fasting thing and while some people can handle it more I coudnt and after the three days I ended up eating way more. My stomach was deprived so much that I ended up overeating to much and probably ended up gaining so much. I do not recommend unless you have enough control and strength so you won’t come back and eat so much. I have now come back to eating three meals a day with calorie tracking as well with healthy snacks in between.

  • All of this research for “obesity prevention” is easily reverse engineered and used against us by the food companies. We just need to execute a few CEOs and this obesity crisis will be over.

  • Does Japan and India have less stress than we have? Is that why they’re thinner? When they come to America and the 2nd and 3rd generation get fat, is it because America has more stress? Or could it be diet, the type of food we eat?

  • I think we need to drop calorie counting. Technically that is how you lose weight HOWEVER is your eating processed nutritionally void but calorically dense foods still it is impossible to feel satisfied on lower calories and you always go above. Instead of focusing on calories focus on whole foods and TONS of veggies and yes potatoes (without all the butter and oils and toppings). You will eat less calories without trying and feel full instead of starving, its really the only way to be long term successful

  • Honestly if their accents didn’t give it away, the fact that they were candlepin bowling certainly gave away the fact that they’re in New England haha. (I live in MA and I’m pretty sure that style of bowling isn’t a thing outside of this region)

  • A calorie is not a calorie. This is just physics and only half the picture. Ok why don’t you eat 1200 kcal of candy and see where it gets you. jesus….. What a load of crap.

  • Have you fat people ever heard of Dutch Tapes? Yes, Dutch Tapes. You put that around your mouth, so you can’t shove food down your throat!

  • The problem is, is how today’s society is and how we do things. From how we get around to working these long hours. No time to take care of yourself.
    The foods we eat. 80% of the foods out there, we were never supposed to eat. Anything processed.
    Eat more veggies, be careful with fruits. Limit meat to about 30 to 40 grams a day. No Dairy/Milk, no grains/bread

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