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HNF150-HungerLearningNotes.pdf HNF 150

Brittany Ballog
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Intro to Human Nutrition
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Date Created: 09/27/15
HNF 150 Learning Notes 21814 Hunqer In American Historv Context Politics and Consequences History 19305 Great depression 1946 school lunch program free lunch 19605 1970s war on poverty 19805 reemergence of hunger as an issue Food insecurity limited or uncertain availability of nutritionally adequate and safe foods or limited or uncertain ability to acquire acceptable foods in socially acceptable ways Hunger recurrent or involuntary lack of access to food food intake has been reduced to an extent that it implies that family members have repeatedly experienced the physical sensation of hunger Food security access availability food safety sociallyacceptable means High food security no reported food limitation or access problem Low food security reported reduced dietary quality variety or desirability but no signi cant reduction in total food intake Very low food security multiple indication of disrupted eating patterns and reduced food intake Food Assistance Programs 0 Government public programs 0 Emergency food assistance Network public and charity 0 Food banks shelters soup kitchens community kitchens Top government food security program SNAP formerly food stamps 0 Bene ts determined by Thrifty Food Plan 0 Least costly diet for family 0 Meets 100 RDA s of a lot of vitamins Special supplemental food program for women infants and children WIC National school lunch and breakfast programs Other Food security food programs Summer food service program Senior nutrition program home congregate Temp assistance to needy families TANF Earned income tax credit Child support enforcement Poverty line and SNAP bene ts determined by Thrifty Food Plan WIC Least costly nutritious diet for a family Determined by the US department of agriculture Updated monthly Meets 100 of RDAs nutrition education and food packages to pregnant and nursing women and kids to 5 years old Family income 185 poverty line Mom and kid package juice milk breakfast cereal cheese eggs fruits and vegetables whole wheat bread legumes peanut butter sh breastfeeding moms Infant package formula if not breastfeeding baby cereal fruits and vegetables and meats if breastfeeding It works improved birth outcomes decreased risk of developmental delays kids more likely to be food secure healthy weight and in good health School Lunch Program free or reduced price means Eligibility 130 poverty line for free meal 185 poverty line for reduced price meal whole grains fruits vegetables lower sodium Consequences of hunger in US poorer health decreased cognitive and academic performance psychology issues mostly depression Childhood hunger learning and academic o impaired cognitive functioning diminished capacity to learn lower test scores poorer overall school achievement repeating a grade in school 0000 0 increased school absences tardiness and school suspension physiological and behavioral higher levels of aggression hyperactivity and anxiety difficulty getting along with other children increased need for mental health services depressed mood suicidal thoughts and intention OOOO Heath poor overall health status and compromised ability to resist iHness elevated occurrence of stomachaches headaches olds ear infections and fatigue greater incidence of hospitalization Women and food insufficiency women who were food insufficient were more than twice as likely to have major depression depression risk factors unemployment stressful life circumstances domestic violence poverty was not independently associated with depression Food insecurity and overweight food insecure women but not men or children are more likely to be overweight 0 lack of access to healthy food and opportunities for PA 0 energydense nutrientpoor foods are cheaper 0 cycles of food deprivation and overeating fat 0 being food insecure is stressful overeating and under eating MinnesotaKeyes Starvation Study and Garner article 1 2 hUU Purpose of study wanted to see what happened with people in Europe during world war II Symptoms of semistarvation a Psychological irritability inability to laugh loss of energy depression anxiety hardest to handle for the men b Physical decrease in heart lung stomach size loss sex drive and women cold lost weight Edema swelling When did the subjects normalize their eating patterns and weight Were supplements and extra protein important for rehab No they just needed calories


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