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Transcript: Ham Calories: 708.5 calories Protein: 38.1 grams Vitamins: Vitamin A: 3470 IU Vitamin C: 184.5 mg Minerals: Iron: 8.15 mg Calcium: 248.4 mg Carbohydrates: 111.8 grams Fats: 28.35 g Avocado 3/4C of mango contains: 90 calories 0g of protein 1000 IU of vitamin A 36mg of vitamin C 20mg of calcium 0.4mg of iron 24g of carbohydrates 0g of fat 1 avocado contains: 227 calories 2.7g of protein 200 IU of vitamin A 12mg of vitamin C 20mg of calcium 0.9mg of iron 11.7g of carbohydrates 20.9g of fat 8 Strawberries contains: 48 calories 1g of protein 89mg of vitamin C 0.7mg of iron 20mg of calcium 11.7g of carbohydrates 0.5g of fat Continue eating nutritious food throughout the day with our daily menu! 1 piece of whole wheat bread contains: 68 calories 2.7g of protein 1 IU of vitamin A 0.9mg of iron 20mg of calcium 12.9g of carbohydrates 1.2g of fat Overall Nutrition Greek Yogurt 2 oz of cubed ham contains: 60 calories 9g of protein 0g of vitamins 0g of minerals 2g of carbohydrates 0.5g of fat 1 red potato contains: 153 calories 4g of protein 17 IU of vitamin A 22mg of vitamin C 16mg of calcium 1.2mg of iron 33.8g of carbohydrates 0.3g of fat 1 cup of baby spinach contains: 10 calories 1g of protein 2250IU of vitamin A 11mg of vitamin C 2.7mg of iron 30mg of calcium 2g of carbohydrates 0g of fat Eggs 1 egg contains: 92 calories 6.3g of protein 335IU of vitamin A 0.9mg of iron 2.7mg of calcium 0.4g of carbohydrates 7g of fat Meals for the Rest of the Day Baby Spinach Red Potatoes * for a 2,000 calorie diet Yellow Onion 1/2 cup of yellow onion contains: 60 calories 2g of protein 12mg of vitamin C 5mg of sodium 40mg of calcium 14g of carbohydrates 0g of fat Strawberries Created By: Renee Trombley, Kayla Dvorak, Breanna Arellano, Addison Ehleiter, and Christina Fernandez Whole Wheat Bread 3/5C of Greek Yogurt contains: 140 calories 12g of protein 0 vitamins 100mg of calcium 17g of carbohydrates 2.5g of fat Breakfast: This sandwich! Lunch: Quinoa salad with sliced apples and peanut butter Dinner: Mac and Cheese (made with whole grain noodles) Snacks: a glass of milk or cup of yogurt, sliced vegetables (like carrot sticks, cucumber slices, etc.) Also be sure to drink plenty of water! Breakfast Project: Breakfast Sandwich with Fruit Smoothie Total Nutrients: 1 cup of bell pepper contains: 38 calories 1.5g of protein 4650IU of vitamin A 283mg of vitamin C 0.7mg of iron 10mg of calcium 9g of carbohydrates 0.4g of fat Overall, our breakfast is super healthy because. . . It is balanced and contains foods from all food groups Contains ingredients with lots of vitamins and minerals representation from all of the food groups. Recipes include healthier alternatives including whole wheat bread instead of white and water in the smoothie instead of processed fruit juice Contains complex carbohydrates rather than simple, keeping you fuller longer Mango Bell Peppers

Breakfast presentation

Transcript: The importance of breakfast Reasons to eat breakfast everyday Some reasons may include Energy Your body needs things like protein, carbohydrates and fats to function properly. Skipping breakfast means skipping out on those nutrients. It fuels your body with energy for the day. blood sugar It is important that blood sugar levels are balanced and eating in the morning helps better break down glucose. Breakfast balances blood sugar levels. Heart health According to studies people who skip breakfast tend to gain more weight and that contributes to high blood pressure and high cholesterol. It will promote your heart health. Negative effects of not eating breakfast Negative effects of not eating breakfast -Blood sugar will drop -Slows your metabolism -stress hormones increase -risk of heart diesease Important food groups for breakfast What food groups should be in breakfast -Whole grains -Protein -Dairy -Fruits + vegetables Reasons somone would avoid breakfast Reasons somone would avoid breakfast -waking up late for school -Being to tired to get up and make something -Simply not having an appitite -Not liking and options of what to eat How to make breakfast apart of your daily life How to make breakfast apart of your daily life -Plan out your meals -Keep it simple -wake up earlier -Try your best to avoid being to busy to eat -Plan on-the-go breakfasts Some things to eat for breakfast Some things to eat for breakfast On the go On the go -Bagel -Yogurt cup -Muffin -overnight oats -Granola bar -smoothie On time Lot's of time to spare -Acaí bowl -Pancakes -Waffles -French toast -Omlet -Egg/cheese sandwhich Sources Sources,6%2C%2011%2C%2012).

BreakFast Presentation

Transcript: Different types of morning breakfast BreakFast Option 1 Pancakes If your choice is pancakes for breakfast in the morning then this is the slide you want to be in. This slide will let you in into the different types of pancakes you can eat and not just the old fashioned original pancakes. Blueberry pancakes Pecan pancakes Strawberry Swirl Pancakes Banana Bread Pancakes Chocolate Chip Pancakes Nutella Pancakes (you can always make a mix of any of these pancake toppings together Types of Pancakes Types of Pancakes If your choice is waffles for breakfast in the morning then this is the slide you want to be in. This slide will let you in into the different types of waffles you can eat and not just the old fashioned original waffles. Waffles Option 2 Belgian waffles S'mores waffles Chocalate waffles Cinnanom roll waffles Banana bread waffles Coconut-Rasberry waffles Strawberry waffles Red velvet waffles Types of Pancakes Types of Waffles If your choice is French Toast for breakfast in the morning then this is the slide you want to be in. This slide will let you in into the different types of French Toast you can eat and not just the old fashioned original French Toast. French Toast Option 3 Pumpkin french toast Fruity pebble french toast Banna Bread french toast Apples cinnamon french toast Blueberry french toast Ginger bread Red velvet Stuffed French Toast peanut butter s'mores chocolate strawberry cheesecake nutella cheese (grilled) Types of French Toast Types of French Toast when you're eating your breakfast whether its pancakes, waffles, or french toast you should always have a side to acompany it for example.... fruit bowl/fruit cup yogurt oatmeal bacon/sausage eggs hashbrowns Sides Sides Apples Juice Orange Juice Coffe Milkshake Milk Hot chocolate Hot cocoa Tea Water Beverages Beverages/Toppings maple syrup strawberry syrup blueberry syrup apricot syrup butter whip cream chocolate chips pecans/nuts any cut up fruit Toppings Toppings

Breakfast Presentation

Transcript: Breakfast Breakfast! The days most delicious and important meal! Literally meaning "To break the fast", breakfast has been enjoyed in the morning by almost every culture since the first caveman got the munchies one morning The continental breakfast is widely enjoyed across the world, though it originated in europe. It usually consists of a pastry (usually a croissant) served with some cold meat, cheese or butter. Usually served with orange juice or coffee! The Full English breakfast is a monster of a meal enjoyed througout the British Isles as well as in North America! This breakfast has many different forms; the Scottish version has black pudding and back bacon, the Irish Version is served with Soda bread, and the Ulster version sometimes comes with pancakes! All versions however, include bacon, sausage, toast, beans, sauteed mushrooms, and eggs Breakfast is present in almost every culture throughout the world! A traditional Japanese breakfast, as shown here, contains grilled salmon, rice, and a bowl of miso soup. Japanese breakfasts often include "Tamago kake gohan", a rice dish cooked with raw egg and soy sauce Eggs; the gods of breakfast. There is something very wrong with us when we spend so much time cooking unborn chickens. Nevertheless, eggs are delicious in any form. Eggs benedict; crumpet, some salmon or meat, a poached egg. And hollandaise sauce. Yum Wrapping other animals in unborn animals, while cruel, is delicious. Omelettes actually originated in the middle east, but were adapted into their modern incarnation by France, Spain, and Italy! Breakfast is healthy right? Most important meal of the day! Nope. Pancakes are extremely popular in American and Europe, and just look at them. They are literally dripping with butter I dont even....dear god. Chicken and waffles is soul food dish that was invented in the 19th century, but no matter how much soul that thing has, it will take your heart along with it Breakfast is inherent in practically every culture, is a great way to start the day, and is delicious! But for the love of your arteries, keep it healthy Eggs. Frying Pan. Oil. Fried

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Transcript: Origin ingredients: 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 3 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon white sugar 1 1/4 cups milk 1 egg ingredients: Four 6-ounce boneless, skinless chicken breasts 1 1/2 teaspoons dried thyme 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 2 teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil 1/3 cup water 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar 2 teaspoons honey 2 tablespoons butter, Calories: 280 / 57 g Sodium 140 mg Total Fat 12 g / 21.052% Potassium 0 mg Saturated fat 5 g / 8.77% Total Carbs 35 g / 59.64% Polyunsaturated 0 g Dietary Fiber 1 g / 1.75% Monounsaturated 0 g Sugars 27 g Trans 0 g Protein 4 g / 7.01% Cholesterol 5 mg Vitamin A 0% Calcium 4% Vitamin C 0% Iron 2% For Lunch: Pasta Nutritional Facts Minerals & Vitamins Pancakes are rich in minerals and vitamins -- in particular, phosphorus, selenium and B vitamins. One pancake has 37 percent of the daily allowance of phosphorus and 19 percent of the daily allowance of selenium. Origin? A common belief about pasta is that it was brought to Italy from China by Marco Polo during the 13th century. ingredients: 1 pound penne pasta 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 2 medium onions 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 3 cloves garlic, 1 28-ounce can crushed tomatoes 1 cup thinly sliced basil leaves 1/2 cup freshly grated Parmesan For Snack: Snickers Protein & Fat 4 g // 11% of protein 1.9 g of fat 13% calories derived from fat ingredients: milk chocolate, Peanuts, corn syrup, skim milk, butter, milk fat, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, lactose, salt, egg whites, artificial flavor. Origin? Snickers is a brand name chocolate bar made by Mars, Incorporated. It is American. Calories : 300 / 66.2 g Fat : 14.1g / 21.299% Saturated Fat: 6.2g / 9.36% Sugar : 2.8g / 4.22% Sodium : 357mg Fiber: .1g 0.151057 % Protein: 38g / 57.401% Cholesterol : 113mg Carbohydrates : 5g / 7.55% Calories: 445 / 100g Sodium 225 mg Total Fat 17 g / 17% Potassium 423 mg Saturated 0 g Total Carbs 56 g / 56% Polyunsaturated 0 g Dietary Fiber 5 g/ 5% Monounsaturated 10 g /10% Sugars 4 g / 4% Trans 0 g Protein 8 g / 8% Cholesterol 0 mg Vitamin A 17% Calcium 5% Vitamin C 18% Iron 21% Origin? For Dinner: Balsamic Glazed Chicken for one pancake: Carbohydrates & Fiber: 28.26 g / 76% of carbohydrates 1 g of fiber Nutritional Information Chicken as a meat has been depicted in Babylonian carvings from around 600 BC. Chicken was one of the most common meats available in the Middle Ages. by Ammar Ammar Food Nutritional Information: Ancient Rome: (1st century) Romans ate sweet and savoury dishes of a meal called Alita Dolcia made from milk, flour, eggs and spices. Nutritional Information For Breakfast: Pancakes

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