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Snack Wise. 2 Project Sponsors USDA Project Funded through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) School District of Philadelphia Department.

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1 Snack Wise

2 2 Project Sponsors USDA Project Funded through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) School District of Philadelphia Department of Nutrition Sciences, Drexel University

3 3 Name the Candy Bar

4 4 Name the Fruit or Vegetable

5 5 Almond Joy Mounds Butterfinger Twix KitKatRolo Baby Ruth 3 Musketeers Snickers Milky Way Pay Day100 Grand Name the Candy Bar (Answers)

6 6 Name the Fruit or Vegetable (Answers) Apple Cantaloupe Cucumber Avocado PomegranateRed Cabbage Papaya Artichoke YamKiwi Tomato Squash

7 7 Healthy Snacking Tips S: Smaller Portions N: Not in front of the TV A: Am I really hungry? C: Choose low-fat foods from MyPlate K: Kitchen is a good place to eat S: Sit Down, Slow Down, Savor and Enjoy!

8 8 Fat and Calories CaloriesFat (grams) Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Regular grams Fat Free grams Peanut Butter Regular grams Reduced Fat grams Ice Cream Regular 1458 grams Nonfat grams

9 9 Which has fewer calories? 17 French fries 1 cup noodles 1 ounce chips 1 ounce pretzels

10 10 Which has fewer calories? 17 French fries 1 cup noodles 1 ounce chips 1 ounce pretzels

11 11 To have balance, look beyond the calories … 12 ounces low-fat milk 12 ounces cola 12 ounces 100% juice 12 ounces orange soda Orange soda

12 12 Healthier Snack Options Low fat yogurt Veggies and low fat dip String cheese Pretzels Peanut butter & jelly toast Low fat microwave popcorn Fruits Granola bars Baked tortilla chips & salsa Peanut butter & celery sticks Low-fat or skim milk Graham crackers & milk Cereal & milk

13 13 Reading Labels

14 14 Percent Daily Value (%DV) Shows how a food fits into a daily diet Based on 2000 calorie diet Interpreting Percent Daily value – 5% is Low – 20% is High Fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium should have a low % Fiber, calcium, iron, vitamin A, vitamin C should have a high %

15 15 Reading Labels How many calories would you consume if you eat the whole package? How many grams of fat? 500 calories 24 grams of fat

16 16 Reading Labels Which nutrients have high values? Fat, sodium, and calcium Which nutrients have low values? Vitamin A, Vitamin C & Iron What nutrient is this food lacking? Dietary Fiber

17 17 When Snacking… Healthy snacking tips Fat vs. calories Remember to read the food labels! Sit down and enjoy!

18 Questions?

19 19 Activity Label Reading


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