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  • 1. Athletic Diet By: Mary and Kori
  • 2. Fact #1
    • Athletes need to consume more than the average person. They need this because they burn more calories by playing and practicing games.
  • 3. Important Nutrients
    • Calcium and iron are especially important nutrients for athletes.
    • The Calcium that builds strong bones makes it less likely for the players’ bones to break under the stress and strain of heavy activity.
  • 4. Dieting
    • Because kids are still growing, it is important for kids athletes NOT to diet.
  • 5. Why Pick Athletic Diet??????
    • This is a good topic the study because we are both active athletes. We are curious to know if we eat correctly.
  • 6. Food Pyramid
    • Grain is orange and is the most important of the 6 food groups.
    • Green is veggies the second most important in the pyramid.
    • Blue is the 3 rd most important and it stands for milk or dairy products.
    • Red is the fruits and 4 th most important.
    • Protein is purple and is 5 th important.
    • Lastly yellow is oils.
  • 7. Healthy Meal
    • Non salted Buttered corn, an apple, a burrito with beans or meat and lettuce, and a glass of milk.
    • This is a healthy meal because this meal has 1-2 serv. From every food group.
  • 8. 7 Healthy Snacks
    • 1. Orange Juice
    • 2. Salad
    • 3. Half a sandwich
    • 4. Fresh dried fruit
    • 5. Fortified cereal
    • 6. Energy Bars
    • 7. Handful of Nuts
  • 9. Resources
    • NutritionExplorations
    • KidsHealth
    • Picsearch