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© 2012 Fruition Horticulture Three things influence our health in a major way: Not smoking Being active What we eat So what should we eat?
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture Dairy & Milk Meat, Chicken, Fish, Nuts Fruit Vegetables Bread, Rice, Pasta, Cereal Fats, Oils, Processed Foods At lest 8 cups of water daily plus moderate activity Use sparingly 3 serves per day 2 serves per day 6 serves per day
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture
1 in 4 adults are overweight or obese 1 in 5 children are overweight and 1 in 12 are obese 11,000 deaths in NZ each year due to lifestyle – these are preventable: deaths due to bad diet due to low activity level
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture Eating healthy: Keeps our weight down reducing the risk of adult diabetes Eating less food from the top of the pyramid reduces salt intake and keeps our blood pressure down So we live longer...
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture To help the RSE worker(s) to: Learn about food types Identify which types of food we should eat to have a balanced and healthy diet Activities: Work as a group/individual to create a healthy food pyramid poster Download example pictures by clicking the button below
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture To help the RSE worker(s) to: Calculate the required servings per week for different types of food groups Activities: Test your healthy food pyramid knowledge. Take the quiz by clicking on the tick button below.
The Food Pyramid Your Guide to Healthy Eating. Bread, Cereal, Rice, and Pasta Group 6 to 11 servings.
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Tools for Designing a Healthy Diet. The Typical American Diet 16% of kcals as proteins ~66% from animal sources 50% of kcals as CHO ~50% from simple sugars.
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the FOOD Pyramid Steps to a healthier you Its New! The new MyPyramid was designed to help you make healthy eating choices every day! Video:
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Review Date 6/11 G-1522 Making Sense of MyPlate Using USDAs ChooseMyPlate as a Guide to Healthful Eating.
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Your Diet Click to begin the Quiz SEN Knowing and Growing.
Nutrition!. What is Healthy Eating? Enjoying a wide variety of foods from each food group every day and choosing lower- fat foods more often as recommended.
Protein The bodys building blocks. Protein has multiple functions Build and repair body tissue Maintain cell growth Energy.
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