Read “Childhood and Teenage Obesity: ‘The First Generation That Does not Outlive Their Parents” on page 521 in your textbook. Write a one page reaction paper addressing your thoughts about the information presented.

HE 325 FYI Assignment
Answer the questions below as thoroughly as possible (at least one FULL page). Your answers must be typed, 12- point font, Times New Roman, standard margins (1-inch), double spaced, spell-checked, grammar-checked, and proofread. 25 points possible due on or before Thursday April 27
Students will choose two of the five options detailed below.

Option 1)
Read “Portion Distortion” on page 45 of your textbook.
Go to http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/public/heart/obesity/wecan/downloads/portion-quiz.pdf
Print out the quiz, and then take the quiz. Write out a one page reaction to the information gained from the reading and quiz.

Option 2)
Read “Which Spread for Your Bread” on page 164 in your textbook.
Write a one page explanation of which spread you would choose and why.

Option 3)
Read “Childhood and Teenage Obesity: ‘The First Generation That Does not Outlive Their Parents” on page 521 in your textbook.
Write a one page reaction paper addressing your thoughts about the information presented.
Option 4)
Visit a .com website AND a .gov, .org, or .edu website that are related to nutrition.
Using the “10 Red Flags of Junk Science” on page 23 in your textbook, write a one page paper comparing and contrasting the two websites. Include information like where the date/information came from, who sponsors the website, if it was a study, were the results published in a peer-reviewed journal, etc. Please include the titles and links of the websites in your paper.

Option 5)
Read “Fresh, Frozen, or Canned? Raw, Dried or Cooked?” on page 229 in your text.
Write a one page paper describing:

Your preferred way of eating fruits and vegetables.
How/if your preferred way of eating fruits and vegetables might change based on what you read.

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