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© 2012 Fruition Horticulture Meat is high in protein. Meat provides us with minerals and vitamins our bodies need. However, fat content can vary depending on the type of meat and how it is treated...
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture
Lean meat has less than 10 grams of total fat Extra lean meat has less than 5 grams of total fat
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture Ground or processed meats usually contain more fats than whole cuts – avoid them Always choose lean meat cuts Try to cook meat without adding more fat This will help to keep This will help to keep your heart healthy! your heart healthy!
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture To help the RSE worker(s) to: Select lean cuts of meat Identify ways to cook meat using less fat Activities: Test your lean meat knowledge. Take the quiz by clicking on the tick button below.
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture We ask questions for two reasons: - Confirm information - Find out information. To confirm information we need to ask closed.
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture There are a lot of different signs on the food we buy! Low GI Glycaemic Index ‘No added sugar’ ‘No added salt’ ‘Light’ or.
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture Why have a budget? To keep track of your money – where it is going To pay your bills on time Save for the things you like.
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture Fractions are used to represent parts of whole numbers Fractions always have a top and a bottom number.
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture There are some basic terms you can expect to see on a New Zealand payslip. Click on the picture on the right to access an.
© 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 Boils are: A skin infection Caused by an infection of the hair follicle Easily spread (around the body and also to other.
READING FOOD LABELS. WHY READ LABELS? It is important to know exactly where ingredients come from and if anything has been added to them, even when we.
PROTEIN Vary Your Protein Choices. Protein foods can be from ANIMALS or PLANTS Animal Beef Poultry Seafood Egg Pork Animal Beef Poultry.
© 2012 Fruition Horticulture Different units of measurement are used to calculate: -Time -Weight -Length -Volume Do you know what unit to use for each.
Food Labels HistoryFactsContent. Why do we have food labels? The USDA and the FDA designed the requirements so that consumers would have useful information.
A Healthy Diet Quick Quiz. Q1. Name the three main food groups. Q2. Why do we need vitamins and minerals in our diet? Q3. Name the 5 th important nutrient.
Working towards obtaining ideal body weight Following a diabetic diet Regular exercise Diabetic medication if needed.
1. HOW MANY CALORIES PER GRAM ARE IN FAT? 2. WHAT ARE THE FAT SOLUBLE VITAMINS? Fats & Oils Warm Ups.
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Go Lean With Protein Red meat is not bad for you. Now blue-green meat, thats bad for you! ~Tommy Smothers.
Healthy Eating Learning objective: To know that to stay healthy we need an adequate and varied diet.
Fruit and vegetables. Starchy foods, such as bread, rice, potatoes and pasta. Choose wholegrain varieties whenever you can, or eat potatoes with their.
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© 2012 Fruition Horticulture Layering refers to clothing that is worn over the top of other clothing. This guide offers seasonal workers some useful tips.
Making Healthy Food Choices. Words To Know! Starch – provider of long lasting energy. Fiber – plays important role in removing waste from the body Starch.
Chapter 5 BellRinger What does the phrase “You are what you eat” mean to you? Key Ideas Name the six classes of nutrients. Identify the functions and.
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CHOOSING HEALTHIER FOODS For Grade 3 to 4 students By Charmaine Anneth Go & Elena Mae Bustamante This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial.
Food Nutrients CFG Exercise & Effects Calories & You.
Ways to Reduce Fats in view of the increasing trend in obesity Done by : Ho Shi Yi & Putri Class : 3C.
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Healthy food. Healthy food is important to prevent chronic diseases: obesity, heart disease, diabetes or cancer Healthy food is fruit, vegetables, milk.
Carbohydrate Carbohydrates are good for your body because they help keep the body healthy/
The Energy Nutrients. National Food Service Management Institute The University of Mississippi 2 Physical Activity Booster Strength.
Eating Healthy. What the Body Needs Your body needs nutrients like protein, carbohydrates, fat, and many different vitamins and minerals such as vitamins.
Nutrition During Pregnancy Notes #2 Chapter 6 Section 1 Day 4 Child Development.
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LIPIDS Fats and Oils. Classification of Nutrients 1. Carbohydrates 2. Lipids – 9 calories per gram 3. Protein 4. Vitamins 5. Minerals 6. Water.
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Copyright of for more videos,visit us. WALT: Understand that people eat a variety of foods from different Food Groups.
Go, Slow, Whoa and Reading Nutrition Labels
The Food Guide Pyramid Sarit Haim December, 2011.
The New Food Pyramid Food Intake Calorie Level 1,0001,2001,4001,6001,8002,0002,2002,4002,6002,8003,0003,200 Fruits 1 cup 1.5 cups 2 cups 2.5 cups Vegetables.
Stories Around Red Meat. Is it good for you? Scientist are suggesting that eating to much red meat damages your health. Red meat is high in saturated.
WHAT IS NUTRITION ating/allabout.html.
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Welcome to… My Plate!. Home Chart My Food Learn About My Plate Take The Quiz Learn about Serving Sizes Play me!
Learning About Food Labels. Finding Your Way Around Takes you back to the previous slide Takes you to the next slide Takes you to the main menu.
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