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7.5.2) Analyze healthy alternatives over unhealthy alternatives when making decisions.
Examples: eating regular meals vs. skipping meals, choosing healthy snacks vs. junk food, getting proper exercise vs. too much screen time
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7.6.2) Describe changing abilities, priorities, and responsibilities that impact personal health goals.
Examples: age, injuries, changing jobs, leaving active school life to work, sedentary to walking, walking to jogging, jogging to running; eating poorly to making healthy food choices leading to weight loss or weight gain
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8.7.1) Perform overall self-assessments and identify behaviors that will impact personal health.
Examples: assessing sleeping, eating, and exercising patterns
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8.7.2) Document healthy practices and behaviors that will improve the health of self and others.
Example: maintaining a personal health journal
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8.8.2) Work collaboratively to advocate for healthy individuals, families, and schools.
Examples: designing healthy recipes, supporting the school wellness policy, school newscasts, school newsletters