Pediatric Nutritionists Bella Vista AR

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Jenny Craig
(479) 271-6600
5208 Village Pkwy
Rogers, AR
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Nu Energy Weight Management & Spa
(479) 936-7088
115 N Dixieland Rd
Rogers, AR
Jones Matt MD
(479) 273-1550
2900 Moberly Lane
Bentonville, AR
Hidden Springs Dialysis Clinic
(479) 273-2332
3000 Northwest A Street
Bentonville, AR
Foster Jason MD
(479) 273-5437
2719 Southeast I Street
Bentonville, AR
Jenny Craig Weight Loss Center
(888) 212-7802
5208 Village Pkwy
Rogers, AR
Youngblood Thomas H MD
(479) 636-9234
3101 Southeast 14th Street
Bentonville, AR
James G Scherer, MD
(479) 986-6120
3101 SE 14th St
Bentonville, AR
Medical School: Univ Of Ar Coll Of Med, Little Rock Ar 72205
Graduation Year: 1998

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Thomas Hunter Youngblood
(479) 636-9234
3101 Se 14th St
Bentonville, AR
Adolescent Medicine

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Beck J Thaddeus MD
(479) 936-9900
1202 Southeast Eagles Way
Bentonville, AR
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With time, educators learn techniques for teaching material in ways that will better help students learn. Relating lessons to students’ backgrounds and/or interests is a strategy to help students retain the information because it is relevant to them. This can be challenging with a classroom full of students each with a different background and varied interests. Using interactive lessons is a way to hold the students’ attention, help them retain information, and give them a desire to learn more.

Making Nutrition Relevant

Taken from Taken from www.choosemyplate.govUnited States Department of Agriculture (USDA) food guides have been in use as far back as 1916. Over the years the guides have become more sophisticated and incorporate more components such as serving sizes and physical activity recommendations. In 2005 as overweight and obesity rates continued to rise, the illustration of the food pyramid was simplified. The word “My” was added to the title to make the pyramid more personalized. These changes make the information more relevant to the users by taking into consideration factors affecting our diets including busy schedules, television advertisements, and the ease of drive-thrus with numerous extra large sized options.

The recent change from the “MyPyramid” icon to “MyPlate” is another example of making information relevant to the target audience by using the image of something we all know. After 19 years of making nutritious choices based on a pyramid, the guide is now based on a plate although much of the information remains the same between these two tools. The “MyPlate” campaign focuses on portion sizes and the contents of those portions. Half of the plate should be covered with fruits and vegetables. The remaining half of ...

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