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1 Ethnic Eating Plans Foods I Obj. 4.02

2 Ethnic Eating Plans  The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Obesity Guidelines  Recommend trying different ethnic cuisines  Give variety in eating plans while counting calories and fat  Many ethnic cuisines offer nutritious food choices with low fat and calories.  Asian  Caribbean  Indian  Latino/ Hispanic  Mediterranean/ Middle Eastern  Native American

3 Asian

4 Asian  Includes the following areas:  Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, North Korea, South Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.  Examples  Breads, Cereals, Rice, and Pasta  Rice  Lo Mein  Noodles  Veggies  Soybeans  Bean Spouts  Snow Peas  Bamboo Shoots  Cabbage  Daikon  Radishes

5 Asian  Fruits  Oranges  Papaya  Dragon Fruit  Rumbatan  Mangosteen  Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese  Not a significant amount used

6 Asian  Protein (Meat, Poultry, Fish, Nuts, Seeds, and Legumes)  Seafood  Pork  Soybeans  Eggs  Duck  Other  Soy sauce  Tea

7 Asian  Health Benefits and Effects  Plenty of vitamins and minerals  Low obesity rate  Stomach cancer  This is probably related to the frequent intake of pickled, salted, smoked, fermented and barbecued food.  The prevalence of smoking also contributes to the development of stomach cancer.

8 Caribbean  A fusion of African, American, European, East Indian, and Chinese cuisine.

9 Caribbean  Examples  Breads, Cereals, Rice, and Pasta  Rice  Fried Bread  Veggies  Peas  Yams  Dasheen  Sweet potato  Cassava  Beans and lentils  Soybeans

10 Caribbean  Fruits  Fried plantains  Citrus fruit  Tropical fruits  Ackee  Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese  Not a significant amount used  Goat’s milk

11 Caribbean  Protein (Meat, Poultry, Fish, Nuts, Seeds, and Legumes)  Beans  Peas  Shellfish  Goat  Pork  Chicken  Salted fish  Dried Cod  Other  Jerk Meat  Meat is dry-rubbed or wet marinated with a very hot spice mixture called Jamaican jerk spice.  Spices

12 Caribbean  Health Effects  Low Vitamin A  Protein-Energy Malnutrition

13 Indian  The dishes are characterized by the extensive use of various Indian spices, herbs, vegetables and fruits.  Indian cuisine is also known for the widespread practice of vegetarianism in Indian society.

14 Indian  Examples  Breads, Cereals, Rice, and Pasta  Basmati Rice  Wheat  Naan  Veggies  Curry  Chilies  Cucumbers  Pumpkins  Bamboo shoots  Spinach  Potatoes  Carrots  Eggplant  Okra

15 Indian  Fruits  coconuts  mangos  Tamarinds  lychee  Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese  Ghee  Yogurt  Sweetened dairy foods  Paneer  Chaas  Lassi

16 Indian  Protein (Meat, Poultry, Fish, Nuts, Seeds, and Legumes)  Legumes  Almonds  Pistachios  Chicken  Goat  Other  Masala  A mixture of spices  Spices and Herbs

17 Indian  Health Effects  Diabetes  Coronary Heart Disease  Due to  low levels of physical activity  high fat diet  urbanization  smoking

18 Latino/ Hispanic  A blend of the broad traditional diets of three cultures: the indigenous people (Aztecs, Incas, and Maya, and other Native Americans); the Spanish, who arrived in the 1500s; and the Africans, who originally came as slaves.

19 Latino/ Hispanic  Examples  Breads, Cereals, Rice, and Pasta  Wheat  Corn/ Maise  Potatoes  Quinoa  Arepas  Veggies  Cabbage  Garlic  Eggplant  Jicama  Corn  Peppers  Okra  Spinach  Yams

20 Latino/ Hispanic  Fruits  Acai  Melons  Papaya  Guava  Sopadilla  Starfruit  Tomatillos

21 Latino/ Hispanic  Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese  Yogurt  Creama  Slightly sour cream  Cheese  Asadero  Cojita  Minas  Reggianito

22 Latino/ Hispanic  Protein (Meat, Poultry, Fish, Nuts, Seeds, and Legumes)  Beef  Shrimp  Chicken  Beans  Chickpeas

23 Latino/ Hispanic  Health Effects  Diabetes  Hypertension  Stroke  Due to metabolic syndrome, diabetes, high blood pressure, and obesity,  Genetics

24 Mediterranean/ Middle Eastern  The “poor” diet of the people of the southern Mediterranean  Crete, Greece and Southern Italy  Consisting mainly of fruits and vegetables, beans and nuts, healthy grains, fish, olive oil, small amounts of dairy, and red wine.

25 Mediterranean/ Middle Eastern  Examples  Breads, Cereals, Rice, and Pasta  Whole grains  Bulgar Wheat  Couscous  Pita bread  Veggies  Stuffed Veggies  Parsley  Mint  Cucumbers  Garlic  Leeks  Onions  Nettles  Purslane

26 Mediterranean/ Middle Eastern  Fruits  Apricots  Dates  Figs  Olives  Peaches  Pomegranates  Avocados  Strawberries  Clementines  Melons  Tangerines

27 Mediterranean/ Middle Eastern  Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese  Greek Yogurt  Cheese  Chevre  Goat’s cheese  Brie  Feta  Ricotta  Parmigiano-Reggiano

28 Mediterranean/ Middle Eastern  Protein (Meat, Poultry, Fish, Nuts, Seeds, and Legumes)  Seafood  Nuts and Seeds  Pistachios  Beef  oz per month  Pork  Poultry  Chicken  Duck  Eggs  Lamb/ Mutton  Goat  Beans

29 Mediterranean/ Middle Eastern  Other  Phyllo Pastries  Baklava  Coffee  Tea

30 Mediterranean/ Middle Eastern  Benefits  Healthy diet  Full of nutrients  Healthy, lean protein sources  Abundance of fruits and veggies  Health Effects  Northern Areas  Cancer  Southern Areas  None

31 Native American  Closely resembles that of the US population  High amounts of fat

32 Native American  Examples  Breads, Cereals, Rice, and Pasta  Corn  Hominy  Grits  Wheat  Fried Bread  Biscuits  Veggies  Tomatoes  Corn  Collard Greens  Peppers  Pumpkins  Squash  Sweet Potatoes  Turnips  Mustard Greens

33 Native American  Fruits  Apples  Berries

34 Native American  Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese  Buttermilk  Raw Milk  Butter

35 Native American  Protein (Meat, Poultry, Fish, Nuts, Seeds, and Legumes)  Deer  Quail  Turkey  Wild game  Pork Sausage  Liver Pudding  Country Ham  Barbecue

36 Native American  Other  Dried Fruits  Dried Meats

37 Native American  Health Effects  Stroke  Obesity  Diabetes  Heart Disease


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