2 Carbohydrates Provides energy 2 types Contains sugar Simple (sugar)Complex(starch)Contains sugarcontains carbon, oxygen and hydrogen.Sources: fruit, grains, honey, sugar, corn, and wine and beer.
3 Fats helps brain function correctly 3 types Helps you grow unsaturatedSaturatedTrans fatsHelps you growSources: nuts, oils, butter, and meats
4 Proteins Build muscles 2 types Helps move your legs, and your lungs Complete (animal sources)Incomplete (Vegetable)Helps move your legs, and your lungsprotects you from diseasesbeef, poultry, fish, dairy, nuts, and legumes
5 Fibre keeps digestive system functioning properly 2 types Soluble (dissolves)Insoluble (not dissolves)fiber can help lower blood cholesterolsources: fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes
6 Vitamins Helps you grow and develop 2 types fat solubleWater solubleVitamins A, D, E, and K = fat-soluble vitamins.Water soluble vitamins travel through your bloodstream.sources: fruits, veggies