Self–Assessment – Eat Wisely
Please note that links to additional materials can be found in the text and at the bottom of this page.
Determine which skills and behavior changes will help you to develop healthy eating habits.
What is BMI? (CDC)
Changing Old Habits
You can change old bad habits for healthier new ones by becoming aware of your actions. However, changing too many things all at once is difficult and stressful. It is better to change one or even two things at a time. Here are strategies to help you change your behavior (PDF) long–term.
MOVE!® Weight Management Program Handout (PDF)
Old Habits Die Hard (PDF)
Body Mass Index (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
National Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (VHA Office of Patient Care Services)
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Reviewed/Updated Date: January 2012
Clinical Advisory Board Sponsor: Dr. Linda Kinsinger
Clinical Subject Matter Experts: Dr. Kenneth R. Jones, Lynn A. Novorska
Patient Education Subject Matter Expert: Dr. Rose Mary Pries