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Meat and Alternatives Prezi

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'Alternatives' includes foods such as legumes, nuts and eggs.
FUNCTIONS
Daily Serves
What is a serve???
FOOD SOURCES
Deficiency conditions
To ensure proper growth and development of our body.
It's a good source of iron, which keeps blood healthy & helps us to stay alert.
It's a secondary source of energy.
ANIMAL FOODS: Beef, pork, meat, poultry, fish, seafood {We should try to ensure these are lean.} eggs
PLANT FOODS: soya beans, legumes, nuts
The Australian Dietary Guidelines recommend that teenagers (12-18 years) should have 2.5 serves of lean meat or alternatives each day.
Examples of a serve include:

2 slices cooked meat; 3/4 cup cooked beans; 3/4 cup cooked mince or casserole; 3/4 cup tofu;
1 medium steak; 1 egg; 1 medium fillet of fish; 2 chicken drumsticks
Anaemia (tiredness, reduced ability to work, less resistance to infection)
Poor growth rate
Include lean meat, fish, poultry and/or alternatives
'Lean' meats are meats that do not have high levels of fat in them.
Excess Conditions
If you eat too many serves of this food group, you can become overweight, which can lead to obesity.
Tips for inlcuding meat and alternatives in your diet
•Choose lean cuts of meat and poultry, trimming the visible fat off meat, and removing skin from poultry.
•Remember sausages are often very high in fat
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