It is wise to eat the same foods every day.
False, your diet will lack vaiety and probably will nto supply all the nutrients your body needs
Milk is such a perfect food that it alone can provide all the nutrients a person needs.
False, good in calcium and protein but contains very small amounts of iron and other essential nutrients.
Cookies cannot be included in a healthy diet.
False, any food can fit into a healthy eating plat. It's the total diet not individual foods that can either be good or bad for health.
When it comes to nutrients, more is always better.
False, Too much or too little of a nutrient is often equally harmful.
A person's energy needs are based on his or her age, gender and physical activity levels.
From a nutritional standpoint there is nothing wrong with grazing on snacks all day, provided the snacks meet nutrietional neeeds without supplying too many calories.
If you don't meet your recommended intake for a nutrient every day you will ened up with a deficiency of that nutrient.
If a food label claims that a product is low fat, you can believe it.
Most dieticians encourage people to think of their diets in terms of the four basic food groups.
False, dieticians today encourage people to think about eating from the five food groups.
According to the government people should try to eat at least 2 cups of fruit and 2 1/2 coups of veggies totaling 8 servings a day.