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Nutrition to Fuel Kids

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Brett Guerra

on 26 September 2016

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Transcript of Nutrition to Fuel Kids

Refined Grains:
White bread
White Rice
Pretzels
Spaghetti
Macaroni
Tortillas
Fruit Examples:
Nutrition to Fuel Kids
Isabelle Newberry
Bria Johnson
Cassie Cecil
Steffi Loe
Ana Prado
Amanda Escobedo
Brett Guerra
Fruits
Vegetables
Protein
Grains
Dairy
Water
2 cups a day
Protein Examples:
3-4 ounces a day
Chicken
Turkey
Steak
Fish
Eggs
Beans
Nuts/Seeds
Peanut Butter
Avoid:
Fried fats like chicken nuggets!
Grains Examples:
5-6 servings a day
Dairy Examples:
2 ½ cups per day
Milk
Pudding
Ice cream
Yogurt
Cheese
Drink 5 glasses (1.3 liters) a day to keep you hydrated and give you energy!
Which of these are fruits?
Which of these are vegetables?
Which of these are protein?
Which of these are grains?
Which of these are dairy?
Whole grains:
Wheat bread
Wheat pasta
Brown rice
Wild rice
Oatmeal
Avoid:
Only eating white grains and too much salt!
Avoid:
Eating the same vegetable. Try mixing them up!
Is eating carrots with breakfast, lunch, and dinner a healthy choice?
Avoid:
Eating too much ice cream, or other sugary treats!
Avoid:
Drinking too much soda and
Fruit

juices
high in sugar!
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner
Instead, mix up your vegetables to stay healthy!

Putting sugar on fruit.
Eating the same vegetable.
Eating fried foods like chicken nuggets.
Only eating white grains.
Too much salt.
Eating too much ice cream.
Drinking soda and juice that is not 100% fruit juice.
Avoid:

Name two foods or food habits you should avoid.
Works Cited
Which two meals are the healthiest?
A.)
B.)
C.)
D.)
E.)
No!
F.)
C.)
D.)
These two meals have a good combination of protein, grains, fruits, and vegetables.
Now just add a glass of water or some dairy like a glass of milk!
Conclusion
Avoid:
Putting sugar on your fruits!
3 servings a day

Broccoli
Spinach
Carrots
Sweet Potatoes
Corn
Green Peas
Potatoes
Beans
Vegetable Examples
:
Apples
Oranges
Bananas
Berries
Melons
Grapes
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