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Title: The Ohio Nutrition and Physical Activity Plan


1
The Ohio Nutrition and Physical Activity Plan
Ginger Parsons, RD, LDMarti Andrews, PhD, RD,
LD May 1, 2009
2
The Ohio Nutrition and Physical Activity Plan
  • A statewide plan of action to improve the
    nutrition and physical activity habits of all
    Ohioans

3
History Behind the Physical Activity Plan
  • Developed by a non-profit consortium of American
    Heart Association, American Cancer Society, and
    Ohio Parks and Recreation Association
  • Passionate about the overall health and well
    being of Ohioans
  • Plan was initiated in 2007 and released in 2008
  • Developed into six distinct action areas

4
Physical Activity Plan Action Areas
  • Implementation
  • Information Coordination and Promotion
  • Community
  • School
  • Transportation
  • Worksite

5
Socio-ecological model
  • The socio-ecological model recognizes that
    everyone lives within a broader system of
    policies, regulations, social norms, and
    opinions, as well as a physical environment and
    built infrastructure that influence behaviors and
    lifestyles.
  • (Physical Activity Plan)

6
Nutrition Plan Beginnings
  • Stakeholders meeting from Physical Activity Plan
    was held to discuss need to add a nutrition
    component to the plan in Dec. 2007.
  • March 2008 first statewide meeting with all five
    regions represented. Attendees agreed to add the
    nutrition component.

7
Nutrition Plan leaders
  • State Chair - Ginger Parsons
  • Regional leaders
  • Northwest - Karen Bakies, Anne Gibson
  • Northeast - Martha Halko
  • Central - Marti Andrews
  • Southwest - Lauren Niemes
  • Southeast - Coleen Krubl

8
Participation
  • Plan was developed by more than 200
    professionals.
  • Over 143 statewide agencies and organizations
    were represented.
  • Plan was developed through statewide and regional
    meetings to establish goals and strategies for
    the action areas identified.
  • Plan was written by Julie Shertzer, PhD, RD, LD.

9
Rationale for the Ohio Nutrition Plan
  • Only about one in five Ohio adults consume enough
    fruits and vegetables.
  • The average American eats less than one serving
    of whole grains per day.
  • On average, Americans are consuming only 1/2 the
    daily recommended servings of dairy.

10
Top Nutrition IssuesIdentified in Ohio
  • Obesity
  • Chronic Diseases
  • Food Insecurity / Economic Cost of Food
  • Lack of reimbursement for nutrition counseling
    and Medical Nutrition Therapy

11
The Status of Poor Nutrition in Ohio
  • Ohio is ranked 17th highest in the nation for
    prevalence of adult obesity.
  • Ohio is ranked 22nd highest for most overweight
    youth age 10-17 years.
  • Almost 2/3 of adults in Ohio were obese or
    overweight in 2007.
  • Ohios estimated cost of poor nutrition and
    inactivity is 3.3 billion a year.

12
Grassroots Efforts
  • A multitude of nutrition professionals, food
    industry professionals, representatives from
    state and local agencies provided content for the
    plan.
  • Several statewide meetings were held over an 11
    month period to develop goals, objectives and
    strategies.
  • Plan was designed to enhance the existing
    physical activity plan, and not stand alone.

13
  • A Healthy Active Oregon
  • Statewide Physical Activity and Nutrition Plan
  • 2007-2012
  • Prepared by the Nutrition Council of Oregon
  • the Oregon Coalition for Promoting Physical
    Activity

http//www.oregon.gov/DHS/ph/pan/docs/PAN_rpt_07.p
df
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COPAN Colorado Physical Activity and Nutrition
Program Living the Colorado Lifestyle Colorado Phy
sical Activity and Nutrition State Plan
2010 Developed by the Colorado Physical Activity
and Nutrition Coalition Colorado Department of
Public Health and Environment
http//www.cdphe.state.co.us/pp/COPAN/2004statepla
n.pdf
15
For more information, visit www.EatSmartMoveMoreNC
.com.
16
Additional States with Plans
  • Arizona, Georgia, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Montana,
    North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South
    Dakota, and Washington

17
Nutrition Plan Action Areas Added
  • Nutrition Plan brought two additional action
    areas to the current plan
  • Government
  • Higher Education
  • It was felt that these were vital to making
    nutrition policy changes

18
Nutrition Action Areas
  • Community
  • School
  • Worksite
  • Government
  • Healthcare
  • Higher education

19
Development of Goals
  • SMART Goals
  • Specific
  • Measurable
  • Achievable
  • Realistic
  • Timely

20
Nutrition Implementation Goals
  • Community Goal 1. Establish a wellness coalition
    per county(ies) to advocate for nutrition and
    physical activity programs.
  • Strategies
  • Engage local planning and elected officials in
    community wellness coalitions.
  • Develop and promote a marketing plan that
    communicates the purpose and benefits of the Ohio
    Nutrition and Physical Activity Plan.

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Goals (continued)
  • Community Goal 2. All Ohioans have access to
    nutrient-rich foods and opportunities for
    physical activity in every county.
  • Community Goal 3. Each wellness coalition
    optimizes nutrition education opportunities
    providing Ohioans with access to quality and
    consistent nutrition education.

22
Goals (continued)
  • School Goal 1. Ensure school systems adopt and
    implement curriculum models based on Ohio
    physical education standards.
  • School Goal 2. Increase student consumption of
    foods and beverages that contribute toward
    healthy eating patterns consistent with the
    current Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

23
School Goal 2. Strategies
  • Increase participation in USDA child nutrition
    programs, including National School Lunch and
    National School Breakfast programs and
    afterschool snack programs to ensure no child
    goes hungry and all children meet nutritional
    needs for the day.
  • Work to mandate that all schools adopt policies
    that ensure all foods and beverages available at
    schools contribute toward healthy eating patterns
    consistent with current Dietary Guidelines for
    Americans.

24
Goals (continued)
  • School Goal 3. Implement policies and procedures
    that provide students with healthy food and
    beverage options and educational opportunities
    for nutrition and physical activity in all
    after-school programs.
  • School Goal 4. Implement policies and procedures
    that provide pre-school children with healthy
    food and beverage options and provide educational
    opportunities for nutrition and physical
    activity.

25
Goals (continued)
  • Higher Education Goal 1. Prepare students for
    healthy lifestyles through the proper balance of
    food choices and physical activity.
  • Higher Education Goal 2. Support research
    activities in Ohio related to food and nutrition.

26
Goals (continued)
  • Higher Education Goal 3. Provide nutrition
    education and programming to community
    stakeholders based on current nutrition-related
    research.
  • -Strategy
  • Support community gardens and sustainable
    farming.

27
Goals (continued)
  • Worksite Goal 1. Assure that all employers in
    the state of Ohio utilize best practices and
    policies for increasing physical activity and
    improving nutrition at worksites.
  • Worksite Goal 2. Assure that all employers in
    Ohio have policies, programs, and projects to
    encourage healthy eating behaviors and improved
    nutrition status for employees.

28
Worksite Goal 2. Strategy
  • All employers will provide nutrition education
    opportunities during the work day and at
    work-related events.

29
Goals (continued)
  • Worksite Goal 3. Encourage all local government
    agencies to adopt and implement the principles of
    Ohios Nutrition and Physical Activity Plan in
    general and implement best practices to encourage
    recreational and routine physical activity among
    their employees.

30
Goals (continued)
  • Healthcare Goal 1. Establish nutrition concepts
    across the life cycle in evidence based programs
    for disease prevention and wellness promotion.
  • Healthcare Goal 2. Assure the use of Medical
    Nutrition Therapy (MNT) as a cost-effective
    integral component of evidenced based disease
    management.

31
Evaluation of the Plan
  • Establish baseline and evaluation indicators for
    each goal.
  • Determine a method of assessment, data
    collection, and tracking for each goal.
  • Establish time lines and evaluation schedules.

32
Evaluation (continued)
  • Utilize existing evaluation capacity and data
    available and allow agencies and organizations
    with appropriate expertise to take the lead in
    their areas.
  • For example, Department of Aging and Department
    of Education

33
  • Questions?

34
  • Thank you!
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