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Over43



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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2018 10:30 pm    Post subject: So someone is using No S to their educational advantage... Reply with quote

The school district I work in is having a one credit class opportunity in February. I was not paying attention to what it was, but then this caught my attention:

Massive Action Towards Health

This class is limited to 20 participants.

One NNU credit can be earned by completing this class. $60 for the credit.

TO BE HELD

Madison Junior High Room 206 134 Madison Ave, Rexburg, ID 83440

Jan 9, 16, 23 30, Feb 6th ---Wednesdays---4:00--7:00

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This class is designed to help those who struggle making peace with food. It is a plan to get healthy and feel well. Students will commit to 4 “Bright Line” boundaries - no sugar, no flour, 3 meals each day & controlled portions for 5 weeks. Students who follow this plan will likely lose 1-3 pounds per week.

Using the book, Bright Line Eating by Susan Peirce Thompson which is rooted in cutting-edge neuroscience, psychology, and biology, we will discuss and practice topics surrounding the willpower gap, insatiable hunger, overpowering cravings, the susceptibility scale & the saboteur.

Each 3- hour class will include instruction and support, writing in our journals, submitting a google form, walking, and eating a delicious supper that we prepare together

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

· ¿ Students will make new habits with food.

· ¿ Students will commit to a sustainable food plan that will improve their health.

· ¿ Students will learn how our brains are interrupting their best intentions.

· ¿ Students will use strategies that will increase successful outcomes around food choices.

· ¿ Students will keep a food journal and plan out their food choices beforehand.

· ¿ Students will commit to setting four “Bright Line” - boundaries. (No sugar, No flour, 3 meals each day & controlled portions.

· ¿ Students will keep a food journal.

· ¿ Students will complete a google form each week.

¿ Students will be required to read the book, “Bright Line Eating” by Susan Peirce Thompson

I do not care who you are, that sounds really familiar.
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eschano



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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2018 8:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes but no flour 😱
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oolala53



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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2018 4:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Except Thompson is making hundreds of thousands of dollars, maybe even millions, by now on her courses. I'm sure she is going to do some good, too.

She got her idea originally from OA. And she WAS obese, and she is a neuroscientist, so she found plenty of backing for the restrictions.

But I still think that is a terrible idea for junior high students.
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