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Dec 20, 2015

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  • CLICK HERE TO ENTER THE GUIDE TO NUTRITION PRESENTATION.
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  • NUTRITION BACKGROUND ON NUTRITION FOOD GROUPS WHENEVER YOU SEE THIS SYMBOL, CLICK TO RETURN HOME.
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  • NUTRITION WHAT IS NUTRITION??? NUTRITION IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEALTH AND DIET. NUTRITION CAN RANGE FROM MALNUTRITION TO OPTIMAL HEALTH. WHAT IS MALNUTRITION??? MALNUTRITION IS A MEDICAL CONDITION CAUSED BY AN IMPROPER OF INSUFFICIENT DIET. WHAT IS OPTIMAL HEALTH??? OPTIMAL HEALTH MEANS THAT A PERSONS BODY IS COMPLETELY HEALTHY. THEY FOLLOW THE FOOD PYRAMID AND LEAD FULLY HEALTHY LIVES.
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  • FOOD GROUPS GRAINS VEGETABLES FRUITS DAIRY MEATS FATS, OILS, SWEETS ONCE YOUVE FINISHED LEARNING ALL ABOUT THE FOOD GROUPS, CLICK HERE TO TAKE YOUR QUIZ!
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  • GRAINS WHAT FOODS ARE GRAINS NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS NUMBER OF SERVINGS
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  • HOW MANY SERVINGS OF GRAINS SHOULD YOU HAVE PER DAY THE RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF SERVINGS PER DAY THAT A PERSON SHOULD CONSUME DEPENDS ON AGE AND GENDER. A TYPICAL 1 ST GRADER SHOULD HAVE ABOUT 4 TO 5 CUPS PER DAY. TO VIEW THE SERVING CHART, CLICK HERE
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  • Children2-3 years old3 ounce equivalents**1 ounce equivalents** 4-8 years old4 5 ounce equivalents**2 2 ounce equivalents** Girls9-13 years old5 ounce equivalents**3 ounce equivalents** 14-18 years old 6 ounce equivalents**3 ounce equivalents** Boys9-13 years old6 ounce equivalents**3 ounce equivalents** 14-18 years old 7 ounce equivalents**3 ounce equivalents** Women19-30 years old 6 ounce equivalents**3 ounce equivalents** 31-50 years old 6 ounce equivalents**3 ounce equivalents** 51+ years old5 ounce equivalents**3 ounce equivalents** Men19-30 years old 8 ounce equivalents**4 ounce equivalents** 31-50 years old 7 ounce equivalents**3 ounce equivalents** 51+ years old6 ounce equivalents**3 ounce equivalents**
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  • WHAT FOODS ARE GRAINS GRAINS ARE DIVIDED INTO TWO SUB CATEGORIES: WHOLE GRAINS INCLUDE: WHOLE-WHEAT FLOUR CRACKED WHEAT OATMEAL WHOLE CORNMEAL BROWN RICE POPCORN CEREAL WHOLE WHEAT PASTA WILD RICE REFINED GRAINS INCLUDE: WHITE FLOUR CRACKERS PASTA CORN CHIPS FLOUR TORTILLAS CORNBREAD WHITE BREAD WHITE RICE PRETZELS
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  • NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS OF GRAINS EATING GRAINS: REDUCES THE RICK OF HEART DISEASE REDUCES CONSTIPATION HELPS MANAGE WEIGHT HELPS PREVENT DEFECTS DURING FETAL DEVELOPMENT
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  • FRUITS WHAT FOODS ARE FRUITS HOW MANY SERVINGS PER DAY NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS
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  • HOW MANY SERVINGS OF FRUITS SHOULD YOU HAVE THE RECOMMENDED DAILY SERVING OF FRUITS DEPENDS ON AGE, GENDER AND DEGREE OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY. A TYPICAL 1 ST GRADER SHOULD HAVE 1 TO 1 CUPS OF FRUIT PER DAY. TO VIEW THE SERVING CHART, CLICK HERE
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  • Children2-3 years old1 cup** 4-8 years old1 to 1 cups** Girls9-13 years old1 cups** 14-18 years old1 cups** Boys9-13 years old1 cups** 14-18 years old2 cups** Women19-30 years old2 cups** 31-50 years old1 cups** 51+ years old1 cups** Men19-30 years old2 cups** 31-50 years old2 cups** 51+ years old2 cups**
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  • WHAT FOODS ARE FRUITS ANY FRUIT, CANNED, FROZED, DRIED OR FRESH, AND 100% FRUIT JUICE COUNTS AS PART OF THE FOOD GROUP. THESE INCLUDE: APPLES BERRIES GRAPES BANANAS LEMONS PINEAPPLE ORANGES PLUMS RAISINS TANGERINES PEARS MANGOS
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  • NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS OF FRUITS EATING FRUITS: HELPS REDUCE RISK OF STROKE AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE HELPS REDUCE RISK OF TYPE 2 DIABETES MAY PROTECT AGAINST MOUTH AND STOMACH CANCER REDUCES THE RISK OF DEVELOPING KIDNEY STONES AND REDUCES BONE LOSS HELPFUL IN LOW CALORIE INTAKE DIETS
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  • VEGETABLES WHAT FOODS ARE VEGETABLES HOW MANY SERVINGS PER DAY NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS
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  • HOW MANY SERVINGS OF VEGETABLES SHOULD YOU HAVE THE AMOUNT OF VEGETABLES YOU SHOULD HAVE PER DAY DEPENDS ON AGE, GENDER AND AMOUNT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY. A TYPICAL 1 ST GRADER SHOULD HAVE ABOUT 1 CUPS PER DAY. TO VIEW THE SERVING CHART, CLICK HERE
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  • Children2-3 years old1 cup** 4-8 years old1 cups** Girls9-13 years old2 cups** 14-18 years old2 cups** Boys9-13 years old2 cups** 14-18 years old3 cups** Women19-30 years old2 cups** 31-50 years old2 cups** 51+ years old2 cups** Men19-30 years old3 cups** 31-50 years old3 cups** 51+ years old2 cups**
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  • WHAT FOODS ARE VEGETABLES ANY VEGETABLE OR 100% VEGETABLE JUICE COUNTS AS A MEMBER OF THE VEGETABLE GROUP. THESE INCLUDE: BROCCOLI SPINACH SQUASH CARROTS POTATOES BEANS ONIONS PEAS ASPARAGUS CABBAGE CELERY CAULIFLOWER TOMATO
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  • NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS OF VEGETABLES EATING VEGETABLES: REDUCES RISK OF STROKE AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE REDUCES TYPE 2 DIABETES PROTECTS AGAINST CANCERS REDUCES THE RISK OF CORONARY HEART DISEASE DECREASES BONE LOSS
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  • MEATS WHAT FOODS ARE MEATS HOW MANY SERVINGS PER DAY NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS
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  • HOW MANY SERVINGS OF MEATS SHOULD YOU HAVE THE AMOUNT OF MEAT YOU SHOULD EAT EACH DAY DEPENDS ON AGE, GENDER AND AMOUNT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY. THE TYPICAL 1 ST GRADER SHOULD HAVE ABOUT 3 TO 4 OUNCES OF MEAT PER DAY. WHILE MOST PEOPLE USUALLY GET THE RECOMMENDED AMOUNT, THEY USUALLY DONT GET IT FROM THE BEST SOURCES. TO VIEW THE SERVING CHART, CLICK HERE
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  • Children2-3 years old2 ounce equivalents** 4-8 years old3 4 ounce equivalents** Girls9-13 years old5 ounce equivalents** 14-18 years old5 ounce equivalents** Boys9-13 years old5 ounce equivalents** 14-18 years old6 ounce equivalents** Women19-30 years old5 ounce equivalents** 31-50 years old5 ounce equivalents** 51+ years old5 ounce equivalents** Men19-30 years old6 ounce equivalents** 31-50 years old6 ounce equivalents** 51+ years old5 ounce equivalents**
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  • WHAT FOODS ARE MEATS ALL FOODS MADE FROM MEAT, POULTRY, FISH, BEANS, EGGS, NUTS OR SEEDS ARE PART OF THE MEAT GROUP. THESE INCLUDE: BEEF HAM PORK CHICKEN BLACK BEANS KIDNEY BEANS SOY BEANS WHITE BEANS VEAL LAMB VENISON (DEER) LIVER TOFU EGGS TURKEY
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  • NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS OF MEATS EATING MEATS: SUPPLIES YOUR BODY WITH VITAMINS B AND E, IRON, ZINC AND MAGNESIUM. PROVIDES PROTINE AND CALORIES. HOWEVER EATING TOO MUCH MEAT: CAN RAISE CHOLESTEROL LEVELS CAUSE HEART DISEASE..THIS IS WHY YOU SHOULD INCLUDE FISH AND NUTS IN YOUR DIET.
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  • DAIRY WHAT FOODS ARE DAIRY HOW MANY SERVINGS PER DAY NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS
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  • HOW MANY SERVINGS SHOULD YOU HAVE THE NUMBER OF DAIRY SERVINGS YOU SHOULD HAVE PER DAY DEPENDS SOLELY ON YOUR AGE. A TYPICAL 1 ST GRADER SHOULD HAVE ABOUT 2 CUPS OF DAIRY PER DAY. TO VIEW THE SERVING CHART, CLICK HERE
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  • Children2-3 years old2 cups* 4-8 years old2 cups* Girls9-13 years old3 cups* 14-18 years old3 cups* Boys9-13 years old3 cups* 14-18 years old3 cups* Women19-30 years old3 cups* 31-50 years old3 cups* 51+ years old3 cups* Men19-30 years old3 cups* 31-50 years old3 cups* 51+ years old3 cups*
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  • WHAT FOODS ARE DAIRY ALL FLUID MILK PRODUCTS AND FOODS MADE FROM MILK ARE PART OF THE DAIRY GROUP. THESE INCLUDE: MILK ICE CREAM CHEESE YOGURT FROZEN YOGURT *WHEN CHOOSING DAIRY PRODUCTS, TRY TO PICK LOW-FAT OR FAT-FREE MILKS, YOGURTS AND CHEESES.
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  • NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS EATING DAIRY PRODUCTS: HELPS BUILD AND MAINTAIN BONE MASS. REDUCES OSTEOPOROSIS. PROVIDES CALCUIM. PROVIDES POTASSIUM.
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  • FATS, OILS AND SWEETS WHAT FOODS ARE FATS, OILS AND SWEETS HOW MANY SERVINGS PER DAY NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS
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  • HOW MANY SERVINGS SHOULD YOU HAVE WHEN EATING FATTY OILS, YOU SHOULD CONSUME THESE WITHIN A CERTAIN ALLOWANCE. THIS ALLOWANCE DEPENDS ON YOUR AGE, SEX AND LEVEL OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY. A TYPICAL 1 ST GRARED SHOULD ONLY HAVE ABOUT 4 TEASPOONS OF THESE FATS PER DAY. TO VIEW THE SERVING CHART, CLICK HERE.
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  • Children2-3 years old3 teaspoons 4-8 years old4 teaspoons Girls9-13 years old5 teaspoons 14-18 years old5 teaspoons Boys9-13 years old5 teaspoons 14-18 years old6 teaspoons Women19-30 years old6 teaspoons 31-50 years old5 teaspoons 51+ years old5 teaspoons Men19-30 years old7 teaspoons 31-50 years old6 teaspoons 51+ years old6 teaspoons
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  • WHAT FOODS ARE FATS, OILS AND SWEETS OILS COME FROM MANY DIFFERENT SOURCES. THESE INCLUDE: NUTS OLIVES FISH AVOCADOS BUTTER SHORTENING CHICKEN FAT SOME COMMON LIQUID OILS INCLUDE: CANOLA OIL CORN OIL COTTONSEED OIL SOYBEAN OIL SUNFLOWER OIL
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  • NUTRITIONAL BENEFITS EATING HEALTHY OILS: PROVIDES YOUR BODY WITH ESSENTAIL FATTY ACIDS. PROVIDES A MAJOR SOURCE OF VITAMIN E. DOESNT RAISE BAD CHOLESTEROL LEVELS.
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  • ARE YOU READY TO TAKE THE NUTRITION QUIZ??? ENTER HERE
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  • QUESTION #1 CORN BELONGS IN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING FOOD GROUPS: FRUITS GRAINS VEGETABLES DAIRY
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  • SORRY, THAT ANSWER IS INCORRECT. PLEASE TRY AGAIN!!
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  • CONGRATULATIONS, YOUR ANSWER IS CORRECT!! NEXT QUESTION
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  • QUESTION # 2 WHICH GROUP SH
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