Transcript: fruit servings:2 it is a healthy way to eat. vegetables good for you. eat about 3 servings a day. dairy products should be eaten about 2 to 3 servings a day. oils , fat, and sweets should notbe eaten daily. should be 4 to 5 servings eat 6 to 11 servings a day.
Transcript: Fats oils and sweets Dairy Protein Vegetables Fruits Grains Grains are an important source of energy.Some grains are Bread, flour, oats, and corn Meal 1: Cereal with toast, and some water. Meal 2: Sandwich with some oatmeal. Meal 3:Grilled cheese sandwich, with a glass of milk. Snack: Granola Bar Fruits are an important source of natural sugar. Fruits include, bananas, apples, oranges, peaches, pears, tomatoes, and apricots. Meal 1: Fruit in my cereal. Meal 2: An apple. Meal 3: Fruit Salad. Snacks: a banana Vegetables are full of vitamins. Vegetables include tomatoes, potatoes, carrots, celery, brocoli, coliflower, and lettuce. Meal 1: A glass of strawberry kiwi juice. Meal 2: Some carrots and celerey. Meal 3: Roast with carrots, and potatoes. Snacks:Celery with vegie dip. Proteins are a main source of (of course Protein) and vitamins. Meal 1: Egg sandwich. Meal 2: Homemade hamburger. Meal 3: Steak. Snack: Beef Jerky Dairy Products are another important source of vitamins and minerals. Some dairy products include cheese, ice cream, milk, yogurt, butter, butter milk, and Cottage Cheese. Meal 1: a glass of milk with a bowl of cereal Meal 2: A cheese sandwich. Meal 3: Steak with Cottage cheese. Snack: yogurt. Fats and oils are very bad for you if you eat to much. Small amounts here and there may help your health but do not over eat. The minimum amount of fats and oils you should have every day is very little. It is good for you sometimes for charbohydrates and glucose. Meal 1: a bowl of chocolate cereal with a glass of chocolate milk. Meal 2:A sandwich with some chips. Meal 3: A steak with some potato chips and a glass of chocolate milk. Snack: a small bowl of ice cream with chocolate syrup. Some fats and oils are chocolate, ice cream, Chewing Gum, Table sugar, toffee, syrup, and popcorn. And This Is The Food Pyramid Fats And Oils The Food Pyramid Fruits Proteins Vegetables Grains Dairy
Transcript: Nutritional Needs: Stick to the list and dont over spend. Activity Cycle: Rapid growth during puberty demands adequate calories, protein, calcium and vitamin D. The onset of menstruation in girls and additional muscle mass in boys augments iron requirements. Sexual maturation increases the importance of zinc. Preteens need even higher calorie levels, up to 3200 calories for highly active boys. Teens: Foods high in fat, particularly saturated fat, and/or sugar should only be eaten in small amounts or infrequently. check to see what you have on hand -- be sure to look in your cupboards, your freezer, and your refrigerator 60 minutes of play or physical activity everyday. The activities should use the large muscle groups, as in running, biking or swimming, and should be done with friends or family at least part of the time. Your calorie intake from food and calorie output from physical activity should be appropriate to maintain a normal weight for your height Milk, cheese, yoghurt, soya beans and nuts are rich in calcium which is needed for healthy bones and teeth. Thank you for your attention! We should all eat at least two portions of fish a week. Fish are a good source of protein, vitamins and minerals and they are low in saturated fat. A healthy, balanced diet is rich in fruit, vegetables and starchy foods, and contains moderate amounts of meat and alternatives, and milk and dairy foods. is the series of changes that an organism undergoes from its inception by means of reproduction, whether through asexual reproduction or sexual reproduction, to the inception of the following generation in that same phase of the cycle. Life Cycle: Shop alone if you can, and be sure that you aren't hungry when you go shopping. Check the ads for sales First, think about how much it costs each month to feed your family. Food Budget: Portion Control:
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Transcript: FOOD PYRAMID Candy Vegetables Try low-fat or lean meats and poultry They are important for the protein Fish, beans, peas, nuts, and seeds can be substituted for meat, since it can give you the same amount of protein You need 5 1/2 oz everyday You can broil it, grill it, or grill it Too much meat can cause higher cholesterol which can lead to cardiovascular disease and can overwork your kidneys For example: Chicken breast, hamburger, sunflower seeds, eggs, red snapper, and shrimp You need 6 oz. everyday Try to get at least 3 oz. of that to be whole grain They give us minerals, carbohydrates, fiber and vitamins They are fuel for the brain, nervous system and our muscles Grains are put into 2 categories, whole grain and refined grain For example: Oatmeal,cereal,saltines, pasta, rice, wheat toast,bagels, spaghetti, and popcorn The dark-green vegetables and the orange vegetables are the best for you Try to get 2 1/2 cups of vegetables everyday Beans are really good for you Another way to eat your veggies is to drink 100% vegetable juice You can eat them raw, cooked, frsh,frozen, canned, dried, and/or mashed For example: Onion, potato,broccoli, and cucumbers Grains Candy/Fat/oils Doesn't give you much nutrional value But little amounts can be good for you Can give you the sugar you need but there are much better ways of getting it Depending on who you ask this isn't an actual food group For exmple: butter, olive oil, soda, and candy 2 cups of fruit everyday Fresh, dried, frozen, or canned Try to eat a variety of fruits For example: Apple, peach,watermelon, and orange juice Meat/Beans FRUIT/VEGETABLES You should try to get at least 3 cups (2-3 servings) of dairy a day They carry iron, calcium, and zinc. When getting milk products try to pick stuff thats low-fat or fat-free If you can't drink milk try getting lactose-free products to get the calcium you need For example: Milk, ice cream, sour cream, ypogurt, and cheddar cheese DAIRY/MEAT/BEANS DAIRY Fruit BREAD/CEREAL/RICE/PASTA
Transcript: Fruits Milk, Yogurt, & Cheese Vegetable Facts! Meat, Poultry, Fish Bread, Cereal, Rice, Pasta •Go easy on fats and sugar added to food in cooking or at the tablebutter, margarine, gravy, salad dressing, sugar, and jelly •Choose fewer foods that are high in sugarscandy, sweet desserts, and soft drinks •The most effective way to moderate the amount of fat and added sugars in your diet is to cut down on “extras” (foods in this group). Also choose lower fat and lower sugar foods from the other five food groups often Meat, Poultry, Fish, - 2-3 servings 2-3 ounces of cooked lean meat, poultry, or fish 1/2 cup of cooked dry beans, 1 egg, or 2 tablespoons of peanut butter count as 1 ounce of lean meat Facts Food Pyramid •Choose lean meat, poultry without skin, fish, and dry beans and peas often. They are the choices lowest in fat. •Prepare meats in lowfat ways: oTrim away all the fat you can see. oRemove skin from poultry. oBroil, roast, or boil these foods instead of frying them. •Nuts and seeds are high in fat, so eat them in moderation. vegetable Facts Facts Fruit- 2-4 servings 1 medium apple, banana, orange 1/2 cup of chopped, cooked, or canned fruit 3/4 cup of fruit juice Bread, Cereal, Rice, Pasta Meat, Poultry, Fish •Different types of vegetables provide different nutrients.Eat a variety. •Include dark-green leafy vegetables and legumes several times a week--they are especially good sources of vitamins and minerals. Legumes also provide protein and can be used in place of meat. •Go easy on the fat you add to vegetables at the table or during cooking. Added spreads or toppings, such as butter, mayonnaise, and salad dressing, count as fat. FACTS Bread, Cereal, Rice, and Pasta- 6-11 servings 1 slice of bread 1 ounce of ready-to-eat cereal 1/2 cup of cooked cereal, rice, or pasta Vegetable- 3-5 servings 1 cup of raw leafy vegetables 1/2 cup of other vegetables, cooked or chopped raw 3/4 cup of vegetable juice FACTS Fats, oils, & sweets Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese- 2-3 servings 1 cup of milk or yogurt 1 1/2 ounces of natural cheese 2 ounces of process cheese •To get the fiber you need, choose several servings a day of foods made from whole grains. •Choose most often foods that are made with little fat or sugars, like bread, English muffins, rice, and pasta. •Go easy on the fat and sugars you add as spreads, seasonings, or toppings. •When preparing pasta, stuffing, and sauce from packaged mixes, uses only half the butter or margarine suggested; if milk or cream is called for, use lowfat milk. •Choose fresh fruits, fruit juices, and frozen, canned, or dried fruit. Go easy on fruits canned or frozen in heavy syrups and sweetened fruit juices. •Eat whole fruits often--they are higher in fiber than fruit juices. •Count only 100 percent fruit juice as fruit. Punches, Ades, and most fruit "drinks" contain only a little juice and lots of added sugars. •Choose skim milk and nonfat yogurt often. They are lowest in fat. •1 ½ to 2 ounces of cheese and 8 ounces of yogurt count as a serving from this group because they supply the same amount of calcium as 1 cup of milk •Choose “part skim” or lowfat cheeses when available and lower fat milk desserts, like ice milk or frozen yogurt. Read labels.
Transcript: • Vegetable- 1 cup of raw leafy vegetables, ½ cup of other vegetables, cooked or chopped raw, ¾ cup of vegetable juice. • Fruit-1 medium apple, banana, orange; ½ cup of chopped, cooked, or canned fruits; ¾ sup of fruit juice. • meat, poultry, fish, dry beans, eggs, and nuts- 2-3 ounces of cooked lean meat, poultry, or fish;1 ½ cup of dry beans, 1 egg, or 2 table spoons of peanut butter count as 1 ounce of lean meat. The Food Pyramid • Bread, cereal, rice, pasta-1 slice of bread, 1 ounce of ready-to-eat cereal, 1/2 cup of cooked cereal, rice, or pasta. • Fats, oils, & sweets-Go easy on fats and sugars added to foods in cooking or at the table--butter, margarine, gravy, salad dressing, sugar, and jelly. Choose fewer foods that are high in sugars--candy, sweet desserts, and soft drinks. The most effective way to moderate the amount of fat and added sugars in your diet is to cut down on "extras" (foods in this group). Also choose lower fat and lower sugar foods from the other five food groups often. • Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese-1 cup milk or yogurt, 1 ½ ounces of natural cheese, 2 ounces of natural cheese.
Transcript: 4.Salad dressing, mayonnaise, butter, and margarine contain lots of fats. Meat, POULTRY, FISH, DRY BEANS, eGGS AND NUT GROUPS 1. They have a lot of nutrients. 2. We use them a lot in our salads. 3. Vegetables don't have seeds in them. 4. Not a lot of vegetables are sweet. 5. we will sometimes use them on our hamburgers. 2.Syrup, candy, soft drinks, and jams are all sweets 3.Vinegar, olive oil,and margarine are all oils. fruits 1.They are all dairy. 2.Types of cheeses are american, pepper jack, Colby jack, cheddar,and Parmesan cheese etc. 3.All of these products rot quickly. 4.Soy milk is healthier than regular milk. 5.There are different flavors of yogurt. Fats, Oils, and Sweets Pictures of Meat, Poultry, eggs, dry beans, and nut groups MILK, YOGURT, AND CHEESE pictures for bread, cereal, pasta, and rice 5.We add a lot of these objects to wealthy food so they can taste good 1. Fruits have seeds. 2. Fruits are usually sweet. 3. Apples, bananas, oranges, tomatoes, etc. are all fruits. 4. They have a lot of vitamins. 5. You can make juices out of them. Fats, Oils, and Sweets pictures Food Pyramid 1.These foods contain a lot of calories. Pictures of dairy products 1.Cinnamon bread, white bread, wheat bread, etc. are types of breads. 2.Rice crispies, coco puffs, froot loops, cinnamon toast, etc. are types of cereals. 3.Some breads are good for you. 4.Pasta gets boiled. 5.A lot of people grow rice for money. 1.Steak, Carne asada, etc. are meats. 2.Scrambled eggs, over easy eggs, sunny side up, boiled eggs, etc. are eggs. 3.A lot of people are allergic to nuts. 4.Turkey is a type of poultry. 5.Fish are known to have been very smelly. Vegetables Bread, cereal, pasta, and rice
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