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CATCH: The Healthy School Nutrition Environment!
Hamburger Nutrient Comparison Nutrient ISDBurger KingWendy'sMcDonalds* Calories kcal250 kcal210 kcal250 kcal Fat Calories kcal99 kcal70 kcal80 kcal Fat gms gm11 gm8 gm9 gm Sat Fat gms gm4 gm3 gm3.5 gm Cholesterol mg mg30 mg 25 mg Sodium mg mg270 mg310 mg520 mg Carb gms gm25 gm24 gm31 gm Fiber gms - gm 1 gm2gm Sugar gms gm3 gm4 gm6 gm Protein gms gm13 gm12 gm Vit C % - % Iron % - % 15 %- %
Hamburger Nutrient Comparison
5 pc Chicken Nugget Nutrient Comparison Nutrient ISDBurger KingWendy'sMcDonalds* Calories kcal230 kcal Fat Calories kcal117 kcal130 kcal Fat gms gm13 gm14 gm Sat Fat gms gm2.5 gm3 gm2.5 gm Cholesterol mg mg35 mg Sodium mg mg380 mg430 mg500 mg Carb gms gm16 gm13 gm14 gm Fiber gms - gm Sugar gms - gm Protein gms gm11 gm12 gm Vit C % %3 %1 % Iron % %2 %4 %
5 pc Chicken Nugget Nutrient Comparison
French Fry Nutrient Comparison Nutrient ISDBurger KingWendy'sMcDonalds* Calories kcal220 kcal210 kcal230 kcal Fat Calories kcal99 kcal90 kcal100 kcal Fat gms gm11 gm10 gm11 gm Sat Fat gms gm2.5 gm2 gm1.5 gm Cholesterol mg mg- mg Sodium mg mg240 mg180 mg160 mg Carb gms gm28 gm 29 gm Fiber gms - gm 2 gm3 gm Sugar gms - gm Protein gms gm2 gm Vit C % %10 %8 % Iron % %2 %4 %
French Fry Nutrient Comparison
Pizza Nutrient Comparison Nutrient ISDDominosMr. Gatti’sPizza Hut Calories kcal234 kcal194 kcal280 kcal Fat Calories kcal118 kcal81 kcal120 kcal Fat gms gm13 gm9 gm13 gm Sat Fat gms gm5 gm4.5 gm6 gm Cholesterol mg mg28 mg24 mg35 mg Sodium mg mg543 mg414 mg850 mg Carb gms gm19 gm16.5 gm28 gm Fiber gms -1.5 gm 1 gm Sugar gms gm2.5 gm1.5 gm5 gm Protein gms gm9 gm10.5 gm13 gm Vit C % - % 1.5 %- % Iron % - %
Pizza Nutrient Comparison
Chicken Parmesan Calories Total Fat (g) Sat. Fat (g) Sodium (mg) Carbs (g) Protein (g) Fiber (g) Olive Garden Homemade
FUELING THE BODY. Portion DISTORTION ? ?? ? What could these items have to do with one another? They can help us remember portion sizes!
Food Labels HistoryFactsContent. Why do we have food labels? The USDA and the FDA designed the requirements so that consumers would have useful information.
HEALTHWiSE PROTEIN BARS AND SHAKE Big Taste Small Waist.
Reading Labels. Why Read Labels? To be informed about the products we purchase. To help us distinguish between nutrient dense foods and non-nutrient dense.
Set Up Journals Pg. 22 Top of Page Write: Favorite Meal Nutrition Facts (use the meal you created for Bell Work #2) Write your meal at the top then write.
Food Labels Food Labels are used to evaluate foods.
Reading Food Labels.
Words such as low, reduced, high and more are now legally defined within nutrition.
Remediation Healthy Dietary Habits. Obesity and Portion Size Earlier in the lesson we talked about portion sizes. How larger portions are contributing.
Team 1 Period 5. Krispy Kreme Doughnut Original Chocolate Frosted Serving Size: 1 Doughnut [69 g] Calories per serving: 270 Caloric Ratios: Total Fat.
WHAT IS THE BEST AND THE WORST FOODS FROM 5 TAKEAWAY STORES.
Eat This, Not That Hard-Core Athlete Edition. Bubba Burger VS Turkey Burgers.
Comparing Smoothies: Jamba Juice, Smoothie King, and Robeks Edna Fornasdoro Lindsey Labayen.
By Xavi A, Simone W, Sophie A, Rebecca W Team #2 The Race to Good Nutrition.
READING NUTRITION LABELS. Target: I will be able to read a food label and calculate percentages of carbs, proteins, and fats from a label. Pg. 65 Intro.
My Favorite Meal By Courtney Hendrick. My beverage is milk Amount: 250ml Macronutrients Protein: 9g Carbs: 12g Fats: 5g.
NUTRITIONAL FACTS. Nutrition Label Serving and Serving Size This gives you the size and total number of servings in the container. Example. Example.
Healthy Eating By Matt Cox Brian Fair. What Is Nutrition? Nutrition - Nutrition is the study of how our bodies use the food we eat to keep us healthy.
Digestion Food & Nutrition 1 Calorie=Amt. of heat needed to raise 1 gram of H20 1* Celsius. Average Teen needs – 2500 calories per day.
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