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SIMONE KIDSTART PREVENTION PROGRAM (originally called HEALTHY START)
Healthy Start Princeton Packet Mar 23, 1988
Lawrenceville, NJ (Dr Charles Simone) – The Simone KidStart Prevention ProgramTM (originally called HEALTHY START) was first started in 1983 by Charles B. Simone, M.D. It is described as the only prevention program in the country. Prevention of cancer, cardiovascular disease and other chronic illnesses is feasible, economical, and makes a lot of sense.
The key to prevention is to teach our children early in life about a healthy lifestyle. Prevention with simple changes in lifestyle is the key to America’s soaring health care costs and soaring rates of cancer, cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes, etc. One of every two people in the United States develop cancer. The National Academy of Sciences indicates that 60% of women’s cancers and 40% of men’s cancers and 80% of cardiovascular diseases are related to nutritional factors alone.
The Simone KidStart Prevention Program is designed to teach children about healthful lifestyles early in life. The Program consists of planned lunches, newsletters sent home, assemblies to instruct about the “good” and “bad” foods, vitamins and minerals, as well as other lifestyle factors.
Taking 100% of the Recommended Daily Intake of vitamins to children between the ages of 3 and 12 can raise their I.Q. by 12 points.
Taking 100% of the Recommended Daily Intake of vitamins to children and teenagers who are bullies can quell their aggressive behavior.
1) Six planned lunches as was done in 1988 at Ben Franklin Elementary School, Lawrenceville, NJ
2) Newsletters sent home prior to each lunch explaining what was eaten and why
February 5, 1988 Initial meeting with Dr Barry Gleim, Superintendent of Lawrenceville Schools
February 19, 1988 Meeting with Rus Stanley, Principle Ben Franklin Elementary School, Carol Dailey RN, Marion Goldstein of JaCe Co. Inc.
March 10, 1988 Meeting with PTO Members
March 11, 1988 First Newsletter sent to parents
March 15, 1988 First Assembly: Slides; Tables with food; Cooking hamburger
March 16, 1988 First Lunch: Pizza Bagel – non-fat cheese; Carrots/celery; Fruit Salad – prepared by PTO; Fruit juice; Skim milk
March 19, 1988 Program Focus Day – posters by children; brochures, etc.
April 11, 1988 Newsletter sent home to parents
April 14, 1988 Second Lunch: Baked chicken without the skin; Corn; Carrot coins; Raisin Bread; Whole piece of fruit; Skim milk
April 29, 1988 Newsletter sent home to parents
May 3, 1988 Third Lunch: Breaded baked fish filet with bun; Salad – minimal dressing; Orange; Juice; Skim milk
May 9, 1988 Newsletter sent home to parents
May 12, 1988 Fourth Lunch: Turkey on bread, natural gravy; Carrot coins; Oven baked french fries; Fruit salad – prepared by PTO; Skim milk
May 23, 1988 Newsletter sent home to parents
May 27, 1988 Fifth Lunch: Spaghetti with ground turkey tomato sauce; Salad; Green beans; Roll; Skim milk
June 3, 1988 Second Assembly to reinforce and introduce new information
June 6, 1988 Newsletter sent home to parents
June 8, 1988 Pizza Bagel – non-fat cheese; Carrots/celery; Corn; Juice; Skim milk
June 11, 1988 Saturday 9:00 – 11:30 AM – – The HEALTHY START Health Fair: Ten stations reviewing the Ten Fascinating Stops on the Way to Good Health; food; receipes; exercise; relaxation station; police; firefighters, EMT; PTO; Congressman Chris Smith, Congressman Peter Rodino; Governor’s office.
3) Two Assemblies:
First Assembly: a short slide presentation; a table with healthy foods on it, and a table with foods that are not so healthy; and a dramatic presentation of cooking down a hamburger showing how much fat is in it and how disgusting it smells and looks.
Second Assembly: a review of learned information; presentation of several new topics; and, finally, the children will decide on the menu for the last planner lunch.
4) KidStart Health Fair Day for the children and their parents displaying the Ten Fascinating Stops on the Way to Good Health.
Either with individual seminars or during a three-month period, we instruct young children about each aspect of the Ten Fascinating Stops on the Way to Good Health:
Air and Water
Exercise and Relaxation
Dr. Simone intends that a healthy lifestyle will become permanent for the children involved in the Simone KidStart Prevention Program and also their parents. Based on a wealth of medical information, Dr Simone expects to see a decrease in the risk and incidence of cancer, cardiovascular disease and other chronic illnesses for those who adhere to this Ten Point Plan