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(p. 221) Participant Handouts for Six-Session Project Health Obesity Prevention Program 

(p. 221) Participant Handouts for Six-Session Project Health Obesity Prevention Program
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(p. 221) Participant Handouts for Six-Session Project Health Obesity Prevention Program
Author(s):

Eric Stice

, Paul Rohde

, and Heather Shaw

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199859245.003.0013
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date: 18 September 2019

Chapter 13 includes all of the home and in-session exercises, and handouts used for Project Health. These are Food and Activity Change and tracking sheets, forms for: In-Session Writing Exercises, the presentation on How Society or the Food Industry Encourages Obesity, Letter about the Costs of Obesity, the Top-10 Costs of Unhealthy Foods and Sedentary Behaviors, the Refusing Unhealthy Food/Beverage Practice, Finding Healthy Food choices, Be a Healthy Body Activist, Make an Exercise Plan or Prepare a Healthy Meal, and the Exit Exercise, which involves writing a letter to one's future self about meeting goals for a healthy lifestyle. There are handouts on: calories in beverages, Tips for Eating Out, Exercise and Calorie Expenditure, Healthy Fruits and Vegetables by Color, and How to Deal with Slips.

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