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Resolution comment period
During the Annual Conference in Milwaukee, the Healthy Meetings resolution was read and discussed during a special session. The results of that discussion were sent to the resolution authors. They have prepared the following final proposed resolution. Please see the comments section for additional input from the authors and a summary of the conference discussion.
This resolution will be open for comments until Sept. 15. At that time the membership will receive an electronic ballot. Voting will continue until Oct. 15.
Recently posted to SNEB job board
Position Title: Assistant Professor and Health & Wellness Extension Specialist
Organization: Oklahoma State University
City, State: Stillwater, OK
Application deadline: Oct. 24
SNEB members can become affiliates to broadcast TEDMED 2014 sessions live Sept. 10-12. The theme for the event is: unlocking imagination in service of health and medicine.
Each day features four sessions are organized in roughly two hour blocks beginning at 9 a.m. ET and ending at 9:30 p.m. ET. Use this link to complete your individual registration.
If you do not watch live, all on-demand videos will be available starting Wednesday, Sept. 10 through Tuesday, Sept. 16.
- Six Family Fun Ways to Help Parents Start the School Year Off by Eating Healthfully and Being Active
Tuesday, Sept. 9 | 2 to 3 p.m. EDT | Register
SNEB is hosting this webinar free in support of the Dietary Guidelines Alliance. Please share with your listservs.
- Journal Club 1
Sept. 15 | 1 p.m. EDT | Register
Impact of Cooking and Home Food Preparation Interventions among Adults: Outcomes and Implications for Future Programs, presented by Marla Reicks, Ph.D., RD, University of Minnesota
- Journal Club 2
Sept. 22 | 1 p.m. ET | Register
The Influence of Home Food Environments on Eating Behaviors of Overweight and Obese Women presented by Michelle C. Kegler, DrPH, Emory University
SNEB can claim $100 discount on attending the Cardiometabolic Risk Summit
SNEB is pleased to offer $100 off registration for any member who wishes to attend the 2.5-day meeting Oct. 10-12 in Las Vegas. To receive this discount, use promo code PARTNER100 when registering here.
Feedback needed on use of Dietary Guidelines Alliance Material
All DG Alliance members are asked to report back on how the It's All About You (IAAY) materials are distributed/used. Any members who have used the materials are encouraged to send a brief report (how used, number of people reached, type of audience) back to Etta Saltos at email@example.com. Materials can be accessed here.
SNEB has a student representative on the Board of Directors
Rachel Paul, MS, RD, studying at Teachers College Columbia University, is the SNEB student representative to the Board of Directors and also chair of the student committee. The student committee has five active subcommittees focusing on media and marketing, membership and public relations, professional development, website development and management and event planning. They meet by conference call on a monthly basis. If you are a student and would like to be more involved with SNEB, this is a great place to start. Contact Rachel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My Plate eCatalog
Department of Agriculture
Two great resources developed by USDA FNS Team Nutrition
Great Garden Detective Adventure helps third and fourth graders discover what fruits and vegetables are sweetest, crunchiest and juiciest through a series of investigations and fun experiences connecting the school garden to the classroom, school cafeteria and home. Read what colleagues thought of this curriculum on the MyPlate eCatalog.
Eat Smart to Play Hard with MyPlate Poster and Mini Poster shows the MyPlate icon and foods in the five food groups. A blank MyPlate on the reverse can be used as a tool to assess students' understanding. Read what MyPlate eCatalog reviewers say about the poster.
Back-to-school article collection
The Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior is pleased to share this online collection of articles related to school nutrition. Topics include facilitating healthful eating and physical activity, student and parent engagement and creative nutrition education and promotion efforts. Given the updated school meal and snack standards in place in schools across the country, the goal of this timely resource is to help food service operators prepare and serve healthy foods, help kids make healthy choices at school and help all of those working in and with schools — including nutrition educators — improve the overall school environment.
New podcast available
WIC Cash Value Voucher (CVV) Use in Arizona: A Qualitative Exploration of Barriers and Strategies Related to Fruit and Vegetable Purchases
Authors: Farryl M.W. Bertmann, Ph.D., RD; Cristina Barroso, PhD, MPH; Punam Ohri-Vachaspati, Ph.D., RD; Jeffrey S Hampl, Ph.D., RD; Karen Sell, RD; Christopher Mack Wharton, Ph.D.
Interview: WIC provides cash value vouchers (CVV) to participants specifically for fruit and vegetable products, however, researchers have discovered that some barriers to purchasing nutrient-dense foods still exist for WIC participants. Christopher Wharton, Ph.D., discusses a recent study of WIC participants in Arizona.
May/June 2014 WIC Supplement
Duration: 9:10 min
How culturally sensitive are your patient materials?
As the U.S. sees an increase — 160 percent in the last two decades — in the number of residents speaking languages other than English at home, the American healthcare system must adapt to communicate effectively with patients. Here are four tips to guide healthcare providers as they develop new materials that are culturally and linguistically appropriate.
Microbiology: Microbiome science needs a healthy dose of skepticism
Explorations of how the microscopic communities that inhabit the human body might contribute to health or disease have moved from obscure to ubiquitous. Over the past five years, studies have linked our microbial settlers to conditions as diverse as autism, cancer and diabetes.
Adherence to diet can be measured from blood
New results from the Nordic SYSDIET study show that it's possible to assess dietary compliance from a blood sample. This is especially useful in controlled dietary intervention studies investigating the health benefits of specific diets. So far, such studies have mainly relied on the participants' self-reported dietary intake, which is often biased, making it more difficult to assess the real health benefits.
2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee Meeting 5
2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee
The revision process for the Dietary Guidelines for Americans is currently underway. You can get involved by attending advisory committee meetings by webcast and providing written comments.
Sept. 16 10:30 a.m. – 5:15 p.m. EDT
Sept. 17 8:00 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. EDT
REGISTER HERE for the live webcast of the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee meeting.
NDEP has tools and resources to help youth learn about diabetes
NDEP offers information about diabetes in children and teens as well as tools and resources to help them manage their diabetes and learn how to lower the risk for getting Type 2 diabetes.
Visit NDEP's Diabetes Resources for Schools and Youth for resources to help children and teens manage their diabetes and stay safe at school. Also check out NDEP's Transitions from Pediatric to Adult Care tool to help students with diabetes, their parents and healthcare professionals transition from pediatric to adult healthcare.
Amazingly creative fruit and vegetable social marketing campaign — 'Inglorious Fruits and Vegetables'
If you have three spare minutes to watch an inspiring video, check out this wonderful example of fruit and vegetable social marketing shared on a social marketing list serv!
Study suggests future will be filled with children with early diabetes
New research published in Diabetologia (the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes) shows that children exposed to gestational diabetes in the wombs of their mothers are themselves around six times more likely to develop diabetes or prediabetes than children not exposed.
Fiber-based satiety ingredient shown to make you eat less
Scientists from the University of Liverpool have demonstrated the effectiveness of a fiber-based dietary ingredient that makes people feel less hungry and consume less food. Hunger is a major barrier to successful weight control and consumers need healthy foods that will help them control their appetite. Although fibers have the potential to modulate appetite without adding additional calories, they can make foods less appealing.
Overweight kids are bullying targets
Childhood obesity is a major healthcare concern throughout the nation. Currently 30 percent of California children are overweight or obese. Obesity and overweight entail a number of health consequences. A new study has highlighted yet another consequence of being overweight as a child: bullying. The findings were published online on Aug. 25 in the journal Pediatrics by researchers in The Netherlands.
WHO publishes report of advisory group to the Commission on ending childhood obesity
World Health Organization
The scientific advisory group for the newly-established WHO Commission on ending child obesity has published its first report. It highlights the gaps in knowledge and makes draft recommendations in four key areas — epidemiology and burden, economic impact, interventions, and monitoring and surveillance.
Time to rethink saturated fatty acids, researchers say
The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology
Not all saturated fatty acids are alike. New research show that different SFAs have opposing effects on Type 2 diabetes. Even-chain SFAs are associated with a higher risk of Type 2 diabetes whereas odd-chain SFAs and longer-chain SFAs are tied to a lower risk of the disease, the researchers found.
Me no want cookie! Sesame Workshop puts the junk food industry on notice
Over the coming months, you might suddenly find yourself and other shoppers whistling "Sunny Day, Sweepin' the Clouds Away" as you walk through your local supermarket's produce aisle. That's because fruit and vegetables are slowly being rebranded as Sesame Street edibles, thanks to a sweeping campaign with the Produce Marketing Association called Eat Brighter, which allows fruit and vegetable companies to use Sesame Street characters free of charge.
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