Classroom support resources
jikeda at socrates.berkeley.edu
jikeda at socrates.berkeley.edu
Mon Oct 20 13:29:40 PDT 1997
"Health At Every Size" Resource List
"Great Shape - The First Exercise Guide for Large Women" by Pat
Lyons and Debby Burgard, Bull Publishing, P.O. Box 208, Palo Alto, CA
94302 (415)322-2855, $14.95.
"Moving Away From Diets - New Ways to Heal Eating Problems and
Exercise Resistance", Book, camera-ready handouts and study guide by
Karin Kratina, Nancy King, and Dayle Hayes, from Helm Seminars,
Publishing, PO Box 1295, Lake Dallas, Texas 75065, (817)497-3558.
"Nothing to Lose - Sane Living in a Larger Body" also
"Live Large - Ideas, Affirmations & Actions for Sane Living in a Larger
Body" by Cheri Erdman, Harper Collins, 1995 & 1996. Available through
"Size Wise - A Catalog of More Than 1000 Resources for Living with
Confidence at Any Size" by Judy Sullivan, Avon Books: website at
<http://AvonBooks.com > Price $12.00 in paperback. Need large size
clothing? An airline that accomodates large people? Advice on how to deal
with an insensitive health care provider? This book will help you will all of
that and more! Available through most bookstores.
"The Invisible Woman: Confronting Weight Prejudice in America" by
W. Charisse Goodman, Gurze Books Carlsbad, CA. Exposes the rampant
weight prejudice that permeates almost every aspect of our society.
Available through most bookstores.
RADIANCE - The Magazine for Large Women, Radiance, PO Box
30246, Oakland, CA 94604, $20./year, phone/FAX (510)482-0680
Healthy Weight Journal, write to Healthy Weight Journal, 402 South 14th
St, Hettinger, ND 58639. $59./year. Phone (701)567-2646 Also available
from the Healthy Weight Journal, the book, "Afraid to Eat - Children and
Teens in Weight Crisis" by Frances Berg.
"Big Fat Lies" by Glenn Gaesser, Random House, http://www.randomhouse.com
In this book, Dr. Gaesser exposes the real facts about weight and health.
"Am I Fat? Helping Young Children Accept Differences in Body Size"
by Joanne P. Ikeda,MA,RD, helps teachers, parents and other caregivers of
children to understand the link between weight, body image, and self-esteem.
Offers ideas for supporting children whose body size differs from the
perceived norm. To order, call ETR publishers toll free at 1-800-321-4407.
Compiled by Joanne P. Ikeda,MA,RD, Nutrition Education Specialist, University of
California, Berkeley, CA 94720.>
>> Does anyone have any great resources for use in school classrooms
>> (K-12) dealing with the following subjects:
>> - food, nutrition, body image and media literacy
>> - body image/eating disorders (especially books for students to
>> use in language arts classes)
>> - food safety issues
>> - school food policies (developed and implemented by students)
>> - Web sites, listservs, etc. for teachers and/or students
>> Any ideas would be gratefully accepted. We're working with the Dept
>> of Education on the Health curricula development and these are areas
>> in which we need further resources ideas.
>> Thanks ahead of time. :)
>> Laurie Wadsworth
>> lwadswor at health.gov.sk.ca
>> That the birds of worry and care fly about your head, this you cannot
>> But that they build nests in your hair, this you can prevent.
>> -- Chinese proverb
Joanne P. Ikeda,MA,RD
Cooperative Extension Nutrition Education Specialist
Department of Nutritional Sciences
University of California, Berkeley
E-mail jikeda at socrates.berkeley.edu
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