Dr. Sruati shared her experience as a climber as how she expends energy and stays healthy. She reminded students that "Go" foods are those foods that you can eat almost anytime and these require little energy to burn. The "Whoa" foods will require much more exercise to burn and have more fat, sugar, and calories. Students participated in physical activity like stretches, lunges, knee lifts, jumping jacks, and jogging in place corresponding to sample "Go, Slow, and Whoa" foods from activity cards.
Advice to our readers: Balance your foods and eat lots of "Go" foods daily!
THANK YOU TO:
*Dr. Surati for her presentation.
*Ricardo Lopez (PIH - Senior Services and Community Relations) and Kim Romig (PIH - LCSW) for their visibility and support.
*Mrs. Cojohn and Mr. Chavez, our dynamic P.E. teaching duo, for facilitating the activities!