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WHAT AND HOW WE EAT HOW AND WHY WE MOVE HOW AND WHY WE MANAGE STRESS SUSTAINABILITY OF HEALTHY HABITS BOUNCE BACK
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What is plant-based eating?
This is a style of eating that emphasizes intake of fruits, vegetables, whole grains to promotes health and longevity.
100
What is 150 minutes?
This is the minimum recommended number of minutes of cardiovascular exercise per week?
100
What is meditation?
This technique calms the mind by moving the mind away from thoughts.
100
What are S.M.A.R.T. Goals?
This is a technique for setting specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time bound goals.
100
What is a slow deep breath?
This is a technique for creating greater calm anywhere that you are
200
What is mindful eating?
This is the practice of bringing full attention to the eating experience, being fully present, noticing thoughts and feelings about why we are eating, and becoming aware of taste, smell, texture, and sounds.
200
What is Less than 120/80mmHg?
This is a normal blood pressure?
200
What is breathing?
Yoga postures are always connected to this function.
200
What is meditation?
This daily practice can set the tone for the day and affect everything else we do.
200
What are soothing gestures?
This is a technique you might do with your hands to bring you back to the flow of the Resiliency Zone.
300
What is meal planning?
This is a method of setting yourself up for success with healthy eating through out the week.
300
What are the Cardiovascular, Pulmonary, Musculoskeletal, Endocrine systems and the Mind/Mental Health?
These are 2 body systems that benefit from regular exercise.
300
What is a positive affirmation or mantra?
This statement recited to yourself, "I'm okay right now" is a technique that helps to reset the mind.
300
What is sustainability?
Making a personal commitment to maintaining and taking responsibility for our own health.
300
What is grounding?
We create this to give us a sense of place to be in the present moment through feeling our feet on the floor or a chair beneath us.
400
What are Blue Zones?
These are are areas of the world where researchers have identified some of the world's longest living people who share commonalities amongst their lifestyles (movement, stress relief, love and support, plant-based nutrition)
400
What is overtraining?
This refers to exercising too long, too often, too hard.
400
What is cortisol?
This hormone is released in to our bodies and in excess can keep us from healing and cause disease.
400
What are incremental change, fulfillment, resiliency, and energy management?
4 elements that lend themselves to our overall well-being and happiness that require awareness and mindfulness.
400
What is the Resiliency Zone?
Widening this in our lives will allow us to ebb and flow with normal emotions throughout the day.
500
What are processed and packaged foods?
These are two places where sodium levels in foods will be the greatest.
500
What are METs?
This is a measure of energy expenditure that can be used to compare different activities
500
What are sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems?
These two branches of the autonomic nervous system represent fight or flight and rest and digest.
500
What is mindfulness?
Paying attention in the moment without judgement and with acceptance.
500
What is the Transtheoretical Model of Change?
This model of change requires stages from pre-contemplation to action, to maintenance, to relapse, and back again.




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