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report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=2HINTSWhat is the recommended minimum number of days per week an average adult should be physically active to get at least some health benefit from it?2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=2HINTSWhat is the recommended minimum length of time (in minutes) one needs to be physically active to get some health benefits?2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=2HINTSWhat types of physical activity or exercise are recommended to get some health benefits? (Can you provide some examples?)2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=2HINTSHave you heard or seen any (other) recommendations regarding physical activity or exercise? (If so, what are they?)2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=3HINTSWhat is the recommended number of fruits and vegetables the average adult should eat per day?2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=3HINTSHow much fat should a person eat per day (either in grams of fat, or percentage of calories from fat)?2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=3HINTSHave you heard or seen any (other) recommendations about diet and nutrition? (If so, what are they?)2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=4HINTSIf someone wants to maintain their current weight, what is the recommended number of calories per day that they should eat?2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=4HINTSWhat specific changes should people make if they want to significantly reduce their weight?2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=5HINTSIf a person lost a significant amount of weight, what should they do to prevent them from gaining the weight back? Think here of the recommendations for the prevention of gaining the weight back.2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=6HINTSWhat is the recommended SPF number in sunscreen that you should use to prevent skin cancer?2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=6HINTSWhat hours or times of day are recommended for staying out of the sun to prevent skin cancer?2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=6HINTSWhat (other) strategies are recommended for preventing skin cancer?2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=6HINTSAs far as you know, do people with dark skin tones need to protect themselves from skin cancer?2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=7HINTSIn general, what do you do, if anything, when you hear a new recommendation regarding physical activity or exercise?2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=7HINTSRecommendations about exercise/physical activity can change over time, and different organizations may put out messages or recommendations that don’t necessarily agree with one another. Can you think of any conflicting or confusing recommendations you have heard about exercise/physical activity? (What were they? What was your reaction to this?)2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=8HINTSLet’s say you hear on the news, it is now recommended that you do one hour of physical activity per day, instead of 30 minutes. What would your reaction be? (Would you change your current behavior in any way? If so, how would you change it?)2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=8HINTSIn general, what do you do, if anything, when you hear a new recommendation regarding diet and nutrition?2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=9HINTSCan you think of any conflicting or confusing recommendations you have heard about diet and nutrition? (What were they? What was your reaction to this?)2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=9HINTSLet’s say you hear on the news, it is now recommended that little or none of your diet should be eaten as carbohydrates, instead of most of your diet as carbohydrates. What would your reaction be? (Would you change your current behavior in any way, or no? If so, how would you change it?)2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=10HINTSCan you think of any conflicting or confusing recommendations you have heard about skin cancer prevention or about the best ways to protect yourself from the sunburn? (What were they? What was your reaction to this?)2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=10HINTSLet’s say you hear on the news that it is now recommended you wear a sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or more, instead of 15. What would your reaction be? (Would you change your current behavior in any way, or no? How would you change it? ) • Would you buy a new sunscreen with an SPF of 30? • Would you first finish using the sunscreen you have? • Would cost be an issue in your decision to use a sunscreen with a higher SPF?2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=11HINTSFirst, think about physical activity and exercise – who do you think provides reliable and trustworthy information about this? (What is it about these sources that make you feel that the information from them is reliable and trustworthy?)2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=11HINTSNow think about diet and nutrition – who do you think provides reliable and trustworthy information about this? (What is it about these sources that make you feel that the information from them is reliable and trustworthy?)2003
report/HINTSMod5Round1SummaryReport.pdf#page=12HINTSNow think about skin cancer prevention – who do you think provides reliable and trustworthy information about this? (What is it about these sources that make you feel that the information from them is reliable and trustworthy?)2003