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What are the six food groups?
- Meats & Beans
- Fats and Oils
How much Grains should you have each day?
How much fruit should you have each day?
How much vegetables should you have each day?
2 1/2 cups
How much fats/oils should you have each day?
How much Dairy should you have each day?
How much meat/beans should you have each day?
5 1/2 oz.
What food group are milk, cheese, and yogurt in?
Give three examples of grains
rice, pasta, bread
what food group are carrots, spinach, and broccoli in?
what food group is butter and oil in?
give three examples of meat and beans
chicken, fish, nuts
what are three examples from the fruit group?
strawberries, grapes, peach
What should you look for on a nutrition label?
- total carbohydrate
Name some healthy snacks from the dairy group.
Name some healthy snacks from the fruit group.
raisins, apple, banana, grapes
Name some healthy snacks from the grains group
whole wheat crackers, popcorn, pretzels
Name some healthy snacks from the meat/beans group
Give three reasons breakfast is so important.
- 1. It helps you concentrate
- 2. Greater attention span
- 3. Higher IQ on testing
What kinds of foods can make up a healthy breakfast?
- 1. whole grains like cereal or whole wheat toast
- 2. milk
- 3. fruit
- 4. cheese, eggs
What does it mean to be healthy?
- 1) free from illness
- 2) getting along well with others
- 3) enjoying famiy
- 4) spiritual maintenance
- 5) helping others
- 6) wise decisions
What spiritual things can you do to keep yourself healthy?
read and memorize Scripture, pray, attend worship
What physical things can you do to keep yourself healthy?
be active, eat well, sleep, good hygiene
What can you do to keep yourself emotionally and intellectually healthy?
respect yourself, express your feelings, learn new things, develop thinking skills
How can you keep yourself socially healthy?
make and keep friends, work in groups, give and receive support, being a part of a family