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Jeopardy Macronutrients 1 Macronutrients 2 Vitamins & Minerals Food Groups & Labels Food Labels Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from A What’s the body’s main source of energy?
$100 Answer from A Carbohydrates
$200 Question from A What macronutrient provides the body with nutrients, energy and taste/texture?
$200 Answer from A fats
$300 Question from A What macronutrient helps the body with maintenance and healthy growth?
$300 Answer from A Protein
$400 Question from A If you have an apple for a snack, what type of carbohydrate is it? (simple or complex)
$400 Answer from A Simple. The body breaks it down quickly to make energy.
$500 Question from A Which two are examples of a complex carbohydrate.
$500 Answer from A Breads Pastas Rice
$100 Question from B Which is an example of an incomplete protein?
$100 Answer from B Beans, legumes
$200 Question from B What’s an example of a complete protein?
$200 Answer from B Beef, poultry, fish, pork, lamb (all meats)
$300 Question from B What type of fat is the least healthy?
$300 Answer from B Saturated fat (gain weight & can cause heart disease)
$400 Question from B What types of foods provide unsaturated (healthier) fats?
$400 Answer from B Fish, oils, nuts, seeds, avocados
$500 Question from B Saturated (bad) fats are at room temperature. Unsaturated (healthier) fats are at room temperature.
$500 Answer from B Saturated (bad) fats are solids at room temperature. Unsaturated (healthier) fats are liquids at room temperature.
$100 Question from C What mineral helps your body carry oxygen via your red blood cells?
$100 Answer from C iron
$200 Question from C What vitamins CAN your body store? What vitamins CAN’T your body store?
$200 Answer from C You CAN store vitamins A,D,E, & K You CAN’T store vitamins B & C
$300 Question from C What vitamin helps your body absorb calcium & is usually in low supply in late winter?
$300 Answer from C Vitamin D
$400 Question from C What mineral helps regulate stomach acid balance, but when over consumed can lead to high blood pressure?
$400 Answer from C Sodium
$500 Question from C List 5 minerals your body needs.
$500 Answer from C Iron, calcium copper, magnesium, potassium, sodium, phosphorous, & zinc
$100 Question from D What order are ingredients on a food label listed?
$100 Answer from D By weight
$200 Question from D Name two of the three things that affect how much food you should eat daily.
$200 Answer from D 1.Age 2.Activity Level 3.Sex (male or female)
$300 Question from D What food group should you get the most foods from? (hint: fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy, or meats?)
$300 Answer from D Grains (think carbohydrates)
$400 Question from D Name five of the six food groups.
$400 Answer from D 1.Fruits 2.Vegetables 3.Meats 4.Dairy 5.Grains 6.Fats/oils
$500 Question from D What is an “empty calorie” food?
$500 Answer from D A food you eat that fills you up, but provides little nutrients. Examples: soda, potato chips, candy bars, etc.
$100 Question from E How many calories are in 1 serving?
$100 Answer from E 250 calories
$200 Question from E What is this product a good source of?
$200 Answer from E Calcium because it can be difficult to get enough everyday. Even though sodium is high, western countries get plenty per day.
$300 Question from E Looking at the fat levels, is this product most likely made from a plant or an animal source?
$300 Answer from E An animal source because it has 3g of saturated fat.
$400 Question from E Just by looking at the first ingredient, is this food healthy? Why?
$400 Answer from E It’s healthy because it contains whole wheat & whole wheat flour.
$500 Question from E Many foods have sugars, but there are different types. Name two types of sugars (hint: they end with the suffix –ose)
$500 Answer from E Sucrose (table sugar) Fructose (fruit sugar) Lactose (milk sugar) and many more!!!
Final Jeopardy What does vitamin K do for your body?
Final Jeopardy Blood clotting & liver function
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