1.One thing that stood out to me the most was how often the media is apart of kids' lives and how much impacts a kid's choice for the food they eat.
2. I would like to know more about including the nutrients on menus.  Should schools be required to post the amount calories in foods served?  
3.The best way to inform athletes about nutrition is through peers and showing them what changing to healthier food can do to their personal health.

1. One thing that stood out was that ads will add cartoons and things kids like on purpose to get the kids to want to eat at their restaurant.
2. A topic i would like to know more about is, how are they aloud to advertise only what seems good and not how bad it is for you?
3. I think the best way for LNHS athletes to know the importance on eating right is for other athletes or professionals to talk to them. 

1. one thing that stood out to me was how much the media impacts and influences younger kids and how that effects the nutritional choices they make.
2. I would want to know more about how the weather affects what we eat. What exactly makes us crave soup in the winter and ice cream in the summer? 
3. the best way to inform LNHS athletes about nutrition is to implement a meal plan during pre season so they know how what they're eating helps them perform better. Hearing that they should/should not  be eating certain things from their own coach will be more effective than just hearing about it from the internet or other sources.

1. One thing that stood out to me was the amount of people that get fast food based on the certain types of commercials that they see.
2. A topic I would like to know more about is marketing. How do these major companies like McDonalds advertise their products other than commercials and still get kids to buy their products?
3. I think the best way to inform LNHS athletes about how important nutrition is for athletes is to put up an advertisement on Twitter. Mostly every student at Liberty North including athletes have a Twitter and they can easily see it if they follow any Liberty North related Twitter account.

One thing that stood out to me in those videos is the lack of knowledge for the youth on food health. I want to know more about food nutrition. If they provided more informational facts on foods, would people change the way that they consume certain food? I think the best way to show LNHS athletes about how important food nutrition is by demonstration, talks with he athletes(provide factual information), and help to change their eating habits. In response to Wasser's question, I think television because more people have TV's than social media accounts.

1. That's a high statistic of people who will develop diabetes. 
2. Are schools required to show the calories in the foods?
3. The best way to inform LNHS athletes is through other athletes because your food decisions are influenced by your friends.

1.) One thing that stood out to me was how the weather might effect what someone might eat for that day.
2.)A topic I would like to know more about is how a person's peers effect what they eat and how much they eat?
3.)I believe that the best what to inform athletes is to show them the results of both a healthy diet, and an unhealthy diet. That would show the athletes results, which is something that most people like. 

1. One thing that stood out was how many different influences there are on what we eat such as weather, media, and peers.
2. One thing I would like to know more about would be how advertisers persuade athletes to eat at their restaurant
3. The best way to show athletes how important nutrition is would be to show them how much it can affect their playing negatively to make them realize how important it is

1. It stood out to me how much advertisements have evolved and are targeted so much towards younger adults and children. 
2. How much food can you eat for a certain amount of calories? (How much fruit can i eat for 500 calories compared to a Taco bell Burrito?)
3. Using the question above, show them how much more you can eat for a certain amount of calories, and how much more benefits they can gain from a simple switch. Like switching from soda to water.

1. A lot of our food decisions are based off of outsiders. Our decisions should be based off of what we want without any persuasion.
2. What media strategies work the best?
3. Infographics
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