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Nutrition, Diets, Eating Disorders

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ACHIEVE A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE 
This programme investigates the three main aspects of health: physical, psychological and social. It also discusses physical activity, healthy food choices and making appropriate decisions with regards to drug use and risk taking situations. It covers:
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DIABETES: Why Many Teens Are at Risk 
Suitable for students aged 12-plus, this (2009) DVD provides factual information about this common disease, and identifies ways in which it can be avoided or managed successfully.
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DIET-RELATED DISORDERS: Type 2 Diabetes, Obesity and Coeliac Disease 
An examination of three diet-related disorders, looking at their characteristics, causes, treatment and strategies for prevention. For KS4 - KS5. It covers:
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DO YOU HAVE AN EATING DISORDER? 
Suitable for students aged 12-plus, this (2008) DVD looks at the health problems caused by eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, binge eating and purging. It deals with:
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FOOD ALLERGIES AND INTOLERANCES 
What is the difference between food allergy and food intolerance? This programme answers this question by using engaging dramatised scenarios and expert commentary from Dr. Andreas Lopata, Associate Professor of Food Sciences at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.
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LIFESTYLE DISEASES - and How to Avoid Them 
Suitable for students aged 11-plus, this (2009) DVD explains how decisions teenagers make about smoking, alcohol, diet and exercise can have both immediate and long-term effects upon their health, and identifies lifestyle choices that can improve health now and in the future. It looks at:
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MORE FRIES WITH THAT? 
This (2010) lively and engaging DVD explores the issues behind the popularity of convenience food and the increasing concerns and links to weight and health problems – direct and indirect medical, social and economic. It investigates a number of lifestyle factors that are influencing people’s diets including working or studying longer hours, the contribution of technological entertainment and forms of communication, and being out of the home during traditional meal times. It covers:
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NUTRITION FOR INFANTS AND CHILDREN 
Aimed at students aged 14- plus to new parents and care-givers, this (2006) DVD explains the importance of good nutrition for new-born babies, infants and toddlers and examines its beneficial effects on their growth and development. It covers the following topics:
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NUTRITION: Myths and Facts 
Suitable for students aged 11-plus, this (2008) DVD provides the facts about nutrition and corrects many common misconceptions.
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SAY KNOW TO DIETS 
Suitable for students aged 12+, this new DVD looks at the risks of fad dieting and emphasises that the best way for teenagers to safely get and stay in shape is by adopting a healthy lifestyle that combines a proper diet and exercise.
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