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Lesson Plans For Healthy Lifestyle 2004.

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LESSON PLANS FOR HEALTHY LIFESTYLE 2004 Healthy Lifestyles Week One 9.30am Enrolment forms Registration 9.45am Introduce myself to the students Little bit of history and background 9.50am Group exercise. Pairs - find out about your partner Introduce them to the group Name, family, hobbies, courses prev. attended, why on course? 10.00am The course Aims and objectives, topics we can cover - options 10.10am Ground rules for the group - brainstorming 10.25am Write up on the board. I will type them up and give out a copy 10.30am BREAK TIME 10.45am Questionnaires about lifestyle and diet 10.55am Discuss answers. Brainstorming Food values -low fat options - why? Margarine - why? Cravings = low blood sugar. Time factor = poor choices 11.10am Hydrogenated vegetable oil - briefly explain This week look at the labels on your food 11.15am Water - why do we need it? Briefly explain 11.20am Review of the session What have we learned? How have we done this? Most interesting? Least enjoyable? Breathing and relaxation exercise 11.30am Next week. Diets, ways to eliminate convenience and go back to a more natural and healthy way of eating. Ways to do this. Why should we? *Practical exercise could be introduced if students find discussion less stimulating. Hand scrub using sugar and oils. Healthy lifestyles Week Two 9.30am Recap on last week's session Looking at the convenience foods we are eating What have we learned about ingredients? Corn syrup, wheat, sugar, fat, additives, colours, preservatives. ...read more.


* How long you have had the fear is irrelevant * The one thing stopping you from investing is YOU * People have to want to change. * Be responsible enough to go through the process of change. * The key to recovery is being prepared to change. * Fear can be very strong - it may be hard to break but YOU CAN DO IT! Practice * Practice makes permanent * Perfect practice makes perfect * Change = perfect practice = attention and intention Freedom * Feeling free is seeing the unknown as an opportunity to grow and develop - not something to fear. * No other person can make your fear vanish * The commitment must come from you * Look objectively at your fear - this can cut it down to size Forgiveness * Forgiveness is a gift we give ourselves * Forgive others - this frees you from the power they have had over you * Anger which festers allows that person to control your life * Fears from pain others have given to you - try forgiving them - it often helps your fears to go away * Give yourself permission to get on with your life * Forgive yourself * Some fears come from being too hard on yourself - never feeling good enough Forgiveness/Forgetting The Christian faith teaches that when we are sorry/repentant and ask for forgiveness, then God forgives us and remembers our sins/faults no more. ...read more.


Ask yourself what it is you really want? Be very specific? 2. Write it down. Now copy this down in large letters on a clean sheet of paper. Stick it somewhere you will see it at least twice a day. 3. Make a drawing of yourself overcoming your fear. You in control, feeling relaxed. The reality of change * If you focus on how hard something is, or how hard you tried in the past, or how frightened you are * You will not be able to help yourself or free yourself from fear. * Many people think change is difficult * Motivation lies in the desire to change * Really wanting something is different from thinking we should want something * Thinking is different from actually doing * We must want to change enough and be genuinely committed. * Patterns of behaviour are habits * We want to change destructive and damaging habits * Focus on the positive benefits of making the change 10 steps to changing your view 1. See every day as a blank page. See how much joy and happiness you can get out of each day. Put yesterday behind and know the future is now. 2. Breathe deeply. 3. Exercise. 4. Be kind to yourself 5. Forgive yourself. 6. Stop the water flowing out of your bath. Do something good for yourself every day. 7. Be responsible for how you feel. 8. Eat good, wholesome and nutritious food. Eat as much fresh, natural produce as you can. Metabolised food is energising, calming and refreshing. 9. Think positively. Do not worry about the future, stay focused on the here and now. 10. Get plenty of sleep. 2 ...read more.

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