Promotion of LA Tobacco Quitline
Promotion of cessation services available in the state is key to assisting individuals in their attempt to quit. It is important to make these services known so tobacco users know where to go to get help in their quit attempts.
This WellSpot has met all the requirements regarding promotion of the LA Tobacco Quitline.
The 5-2-1-0 program is adapted from the evidence-based 5-2-1-0 program developed by the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital at Maine Medical Center.
5-2-1-0 stands for:
5 or more fruits and vegetables per day
2 or less hours of recreational screen time per day
1 or more hour of physical activity per day
0 sodas or sweetened beverages per day
This WellSpot promotes the 5-2-1-0 program in at least two ways in its facility.
Staff Trained on Healthy Menu Options
Restaurant WellSpots should have staff trained to offer healthy menu options to patrons. Staff should be knowledgeable on what healthy preparation options are available and should encourage customers to choose these options.
This Restaurant WellSpot has staff trained to offer healthy menu and preparation options.
Healthy Menu Options
To meet this requirement, restaurant WellSpots should have at least three healthy entrée options on the menu for each meal time. For cafés, bars and coffee houses, three healthy menu options may include snack/side items, specialty beverages or food options. These healthy options should follow the nutrition guidelines listed on the wellaheadla.com website.
This Restaurant WellSpot offers at least three healthy menu options during each meal time.
Low Sodium Entrees
To meet this WellSpot benchmark a restaurant should offer at least three entrees containing 800mg or less of sodium.
This WellSpot has at least three low sodium entrée options.
Healthy Kids’ Menu Options
Restaurant WellSpots should offer healthy kids’ menu options. Guidelines include at least one non-fried protein, one steamed vegetable, and low-fat milk or water as the default beverage.
This Restaurant WellSpot offers healthy options on their kids’ menu.
Accommodation for Dietary Restrictions/Allergies
Restaurant WellSpots are encouraged to accommodate for dietary restrictions and allergies of their patrons. These include, but are not limited to, gluten-free menu items, pescatarian friendly menu items, and vegan entrees.
This WellSpot accommodates for the dietary restrictions and allergies of its patrons.
ServSafe Allergens Training
To meet this WellSpot benchmark, restaurant staff must have at least one staff member who is trained in the ServSafe Allergens program.
This WellSpot has at least one staff member trained in ServSafe Allergens.
Implementation of Healthy Restaurant Practices
To meet this benchmark, restaurants must implement at least two healthy practices. Examples of these healthy practices include, but are not limited to: serving meals on smaller plates, designing children’s placemats/coloring pages with healthy messages, serving locally grown fruits and vegetables, having side dishes default to healthy options, offering beverage sizes of 16 ounces or less, providing nutritional information of dishes or specialty drinks, or promoting a healthy menu option as the daily special.
This WellSpot has implemented at least two healthy restaurant practices.