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A mineral needed to build and maintain bones and teeth. Food in the milk group are a good source of this.
A nutrient found in starches and sugars. Grains, fruits, and vegetables are good sources.
A waxy substance found in animal cells and tissues. Too much may cause thickening and hardening of the arteries.
Food that contains two or more of the food groups.
needed for growth, physical activity, and maintaining body processes. Food provides this.
A major nutrient found in body tissues of animals and some plants.
Material that may contain nutrients, vitamins, and minerals that provide us with the energy to live and grow.
A system for classifying foods that help us set up healthy daily eating patterns.
A sugar found in plants, fruits and blood that is a source of energy for living things.
A mineral that is an important part of the red blood cells and helps the body resist infection.
Nutrients from the earth that occur in small amounts in foods and drinks needed for cell structure and body processes.
A vitamin that helps maintain healthy skin, the nervous system, and the digestive tract.
A chemical substance in food that works together with the bodys own chemicals to provide energy, build and repair tissues, and regulate body processes.
The way the body uses food for energy, maintenance, and growth.
Substance needed to build and maintain body tissue and supply energy.
A vitamin essential for healthy skin and good vision in bright light. Foods in the Milk Group are a good source.
A carbohydrate that is made and stored in plants.
A nutrient that is essential for growth of all cells and helps you see better at night.
A nutrient that is necessary for healing wounds and bones.
They are essential for good health and enable the body to use food to grow and be healthy.
A part of all body tissues and fluids that is essential for maintaining body temperature, respiration, and digestion.
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