High Fat Diets And Learning Disabilities
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High Fat Diets And Learning Disabilities

To what extend are learning problems in primary children related with high fat diets and unhealthy eating habits?
4.5 (2 ratings)
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Last updated 10/2013
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What Will I Learn?
To understand the long term effects high fats have in children's mental and physical health
To help teachers (and parents) re-educate children on good nutrition and healthy eating habits
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To what extend are learning problems in primary school children related with high fat diets and unhealthy eating habits?

Is ADHD a direct consequence of saturated fat diets, high in sodium and sugar intake?


SECTION 1
Course Presentation - Why Take This Course

SECTION 2
PART I - High fat diets in school children

  • what's on a school lunch tray?
  • are children aware of what's on their plates?
  • effects of eating fat in children - how does it affect their metabolism?
  • the mice experiment (University of Illinois)

SECTION 3

PART II - Junk food and ADHD

  • what do we mean by ADHD?
  • what does it feel to have ADHD?
  • nutritional deficiencies linked with ADHD

SECTION 4

PART III - What should be done?

  • are unhealthy eating habits reversible and preventable?
  • healthy eating, school performance and social interaction
  • what can you do as a teacher?
  • how to establish and promote food education in your classroom
Who is the target audience?
  • Primary Teachers, School Directors, Nutrition Intervention Specialists and Parents
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 7 Lectures Collapse All 7 Lectures 57:05
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COURSE PRESENTATION
1 Lecture 02:23
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PART I - HIGH FAT DIETS IN SCHOOL CHILDREN
1 Lecture 08:43
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PART II - JUNK FOOD AND ADHD
1 Lecture 06:57
ADHD and nutritional deficiencies. What does it feel to suffer from both?
06:57
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PART III - WHAT SHOULD BE DONE?
1 Lecture 05:02
Re-educating students on good eating habits. What can you do as a teacher?
05:02
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High Fat Diets And Learning Disabilities (Course Slides)
3 Lectures 00:00
Part I - High Fat Diets In School Children
14 pages

Part II - Junk Food And ADHD
10 pages

Part III - What Should Be Done?
10 pages
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