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Nutrient Review Carbohydrates (complex, simple, fiber) Proteins (complete, incomplete) Fats (saturated, unsaturated, trans fat) Vitamins (water soluble, fat soluble) Minerals (calcium, iron) Water (needed for every bodily process)
1. Carbohydrates Starches and sugars found in foods, which provides your body’s main source of energy.
2. Proteins Body uses to build and maintain its cells and tissues. Amino acids. Body produces 11 amino acids. Remaining 9 must come from food.
3. Fats A form of energy Brain development Blood clotting Controlling inflammation Healthy hair and skin Absorb and transport vitamins thru bloodstream
4. Vitamins Compounds found in food that help regulate many bodily processes.
5. Minerals Body does not produce. Bones, teeth, muscles, red blood cells, immune system
Original food pyramid
New food pyramid
Food groups Review Grains (half should be whole grains) Vegetables (various colors) Fruits (variety) Proteins (lean) Dairy (calcium rich) Fats, oils, sweets (very little)
Number of servings per group
Serving sizes https://studentsh.scis- his.net/hquspe/files/2011/09/serving-sizes.pdf https://studentsh.scis- his.net/hquspe/files/2011/09/serving-sizes.pdf
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