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MyPlate

5th Grade- Easton Elementary School
by

Lauren Keffer

on 6 May 2014

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MyPlate
Eating healthy- made simple!
GRAINS
PROTEIN
Proteins function as building blocks for bones, muscles, cartilage, skin, and blood.
DAIRY
Make at least HALF of your grains WHOLE
Go LEAN with protein
Try something new!
Fat-free (skim)
Low-fat (1%)
Reduced-fat (2%)
milk, cheese & yogurts
You need about 60 minutes of physical activity per day!
BE ACTIVE
The energy we get from food is used when we are active
The elements
Color and label your own plate as we cover the different food groups!
FRUITS
VEGGIES
Vary your veggies
Vegetables contain Vitamin A which keeps eyes and skin healthy and protects against infections
The main idea
to a healthy lifestyle.
FRUITS
VEGGIES
GRAINS
PROTEIN
DAIRY
BE ACTIVE
Fresh
Frozen
Canned
Dried
Whole
Cut-up
SERVING SIZE TIPS
Fruits may be...
Fruits make great snack and dessert toppings
Check fruit juice labels to make sure they are 100% juice
Fruits: 1 and 1/2 cups
Veggies: 2 cups
Grains: 6 ounces and at least 3 ounces WHOLE
Protein: 5 ounces
Dairy: 3 cups
Baby carrots and celery sticks make great snacks!
Lets compare
Cereal!
Honey Nut Cheerios
Cap'n Crunch Berries
Bread, pasta, oatmeal, breakfast cereals, tortillas
Daily Recommendation for ages 9-13 years old
Walking, Running, Biking, Swimming, Sports, Dancing, Skating, Boating, Skiing, Snowboarding
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