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1 Chapter 2: The Answer to the Age Ol Question! BSC 1025 Nutrition and Drugs Nutrition and Drugs Dr. Craig Kasper

2 Diet Planning Principles AdequacyAdequacy BalanceBalance Kcalorie (energy) controlKcalorie (energy) control

3 Diet Planning Principles Nutrient densityNutrient density –Empty-kilocalorie foods ModerationModeration VarietyVariety

4 Dietary Guidelines

5 Food Group Plans Daily food guideDaily food guide –Notable nutrients –Miscellaneous foods –Mixtures of foods

6 Food Group Plans Daily food guideDaily food guide –Nutrient density –Recommended servings –Serving sizes

7 Daily Food Guide

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16 Perceptions and actual intakesPerceptions and actual intakes Copyright 2005 Wadsworth Group, a division of Thomson Learning

17 Daily Food Guide Healthy Eating Index (100 pts.)Healthy Eating Index (100 pts.)

18 Daily Food Guide

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20 Pyramid shortcomingsPyramid shortcomings -No distinction between foods within the groups. -No distinction between foods within the groups. -Are all foods equal? Fats? Carbs? USDA is currently refining this guide.USDA is currently refining this guide. Food Guide Limitations: Only measures energy intake.Food Guide Limitations: Only measures energy intake. You could still overeat...

21 Exchange Lists Originally developed for diabetics.Originally developed for diabetics. Foods sorted based on energy- nutrient contentFoods sorted based on energy- nutrient content

22 Putting the Plan into Action

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24 From Guidelines to Groceries Processed foodsProcessed foods Fortified foodsFortified foods

25 From Guidelines to Groceries Breads, cereals, and other grain productsBreads, cereals, and other grain products –Enriched –Refined foods –Whole-grain products

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28 From Guidelines to Groceries VegetablesVegetables LegumesLegumes FruitFruit

29 From Guidelines to Groceries Meat, fish, and poultryMeat, fish, and poultry –Textured vegetable protein MilkMilk –Imitation foods –Food substitutes

30 Food Labels Ingredient listIngredient list Serving sizesServing sizes (FDA mandated for certain foods, why?) Nutrition factsNutrition facts –Daily Values

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32 Food Labels

33 Nutrient claimsNutrient claims Health claimsHealth claims Structure-function claimsStructure-function claims

34 Food Labels: Future lab Some terms: freemore good source of...organic? healthylow cal. highfat-free lesstrans fat light (lite)lean lowlow sodium

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38 A World Tour

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40 Dietary Guidelines Aim for a healthy weightAim for a healthy weight Be physically active each dayBe physically active each day Let the pyramid guide be your guideLet the pyramid guide be your guide

41 Dietary Guidelines Choose a variety of grains dailyChoose a variety of grains daily Choose a variety of fruits and vegetables dailyChoose a variety of fruits and vegetables daily Keep foods safe to eatKeep foods safe to eat

42 Dietary Guidelines Choose a diet low in:Choose a diet low in: –Saturated fat –Cholesterol Be moderate in total fat intakeBe moderate in total fat intake

43 Dietary Guidelines Choose beverages and foods to moderate sugar intakeChoose beverages and foods to moderate sugar intake Choose and prepare foods with less saltChoose and prepare foods with less salt

44 Dietary Guidelines Drink alcoholic beverages in moderation (if at all)Drink alcoholic beverages in moderation (if at all) Eating pleasureEating pleasure


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