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Welcome! The Topic For Today is….. the six nutrients that EVERYBODY needs
Vital Nutrients VitaminsMineralsProteinsCarbsFatsWater 200 400 600
Vitamins: 200 Question: This is known as the sunshine vitamin. Answer What is Vitamin D?
Vitamins: 400 Question: This vitamin is important for good eyesight. Answer What is vitamin A?
Vitamins: 600 Question: Apples, oranges and peppers are high in this vitamin. Answer What is Vitamin C?
Minerals: 200 Question: Many people consume far too much of this mineral. Answer What is Sodium? (Salt)
Minerals: 400 Question: Milk is very high in this mineral. Answer What is Calcium?
Minerals: 600 Question: A lack of this mineral can cause tiredness and trouble concentrating. Answer What is Iron?
Proteins: 200 Question: These 2 meats are low in fat and high in protein. Answer What are fish and chicken? (also, horsemeat)
Proteins: 400 Question: Most of the proteins we eat are burned off as these. Answer What are calories?
Proteins: 600 Question: Proteins are made up of this type of acid. Answer What are amino acids?
Carbohydrates: 200 Question: Carbohydrates can be a good source of this. Answer What is energy?
Carbohydrates: 400 Question: This food is high in carbs. Answer Answers will vary
Carbohydrates: 600 Question: This percent of our daily energy should come from carbohydrates. (Approximate). Answer What is 50%?
Fats: 200 Question: These types of fat can lower cholesterol levels. Answer What are unsaturated fats?
Fats: 400 Question: These two types of fats can increase your cholesterol levels. Answer What are saturated fats and trans fatty acids?
Fats: 600 Question: These types of meat are very high in saturated fats and therefore should be eaten in moderation. Answer What are red meats?
Water: 200 Question: The result of not drinking enough water. Answer What is dehydration?
Water: 400 Question: These 2 foods are very high in water content. Answer Answers will vary.
Water: 600 Question: This percentage of your body weight is made up of water. (Approximate) Answer What is 60%?
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