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My Plate and Following Dietary Guidelines
My Plate Emphasizes the 5 food groups Fruits Vegetables Lean protein Whole grains Low fat dairy products
2010 Dietary Guidelines Enjoy your food, but eat less. Avoid over-sized portions. Make 1/2your plate fruits and veggies. Switch to fat free or low fat milk.
Make at least half your grains whole. Compare sodium (esp. in soups, breads, and frozen meals)and choose foods with lower numbers. Drink water instead of sugary drinks.
Using USDA’s ChooseMyPlate as a Guide to Healthful Eating
From Pyramid to Plate Introducing… MyPlate.
Christina Meyer-Jax MS, RD Principal Nutrition Scientist Schwans Shared Services Creating Healthy Meals that makes everyone Happy, Happy, Happy!
Developed by: Huntington Beach Union High School District Food and Nutrition Services Network for a Healthy California.
The New Food Guidance System for Americans
Shaping Change: Dietary Guidelines and MyPlate Cindy Wolff, MPA, PhD, RD Network for a Healthy California – Sierra Cascade Region Annual Face to Face Meeting.
The USDA, the agency in charge of nutrition, has switched to a new symbol, a colorful plate. Trying to send the same messages: Eat a variety of foods.
MyPlate - MyPlate was released in June 2011.
Choose My Plate and Dietary Guidelines
Nutrition Mr. Jaggers 6 th Grade. Schedule Day 1 – Notes & Group Commercials Day 2 – Notes & Group Commercial Performances Day 3 – Notes & Study Guide.
By: Pat Hanson My Pyramid - Started by the Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion in 1994 to improve the nutrition and well-being of Americans. -
It’s not always easy to make healthy food choices, but following these great tips provided by ChooseMyPlate.gov could start you in the right direction!
USDA Dietary Guidelines. BUILD A HEALTHY PLATE Build a Healthy Plate Make half your plate fruits and vegetables Eat red, orange, and dark-green vegetables.
MYPLATE Wherever you are, just use your plate to make a healthier diet.
Balancing Calories Enjoy your food, but eat less. Avoid oversized portions. Foods to Increase Make half your plate fruits and vegetables. Make at least.
Activity Draw a plate showing what your average plate looks like.
MyPlate. Fruits Group 1.Use fruits as snacks, salads or desserts. 2.Choose whole or cut up fruits more often than fruit juice. Key Consumer Message: Make.
Objective 1.1 7th Grade.
Presented by Janice Hermann, PhD, RD/LD OCES Adult and Older Adult Nutrition Specialist Dietary Guidelines 2010.
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