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  • 1. By teacher Mariana Fernàndez for THIRD GRADE
  • 2. Why learning about food?“When you haveyour health, youhave just abouteverything”.Youmight have heardthis saying before.What does it meanto you? Most peopleagree that goodhealth is one of themost important
  • 3. Definition of foodGood health helps you thinkclearly and get along withothers at school. Good healthkeeps your body workingproperly so you can enjoyyour play. Good health helpsyou look and feel your best.
  • 4. What are the food groups?
  • 5. Vegetable- fruit groupMost of the nutrients in thesefoods help your body work as itshould.You need four serving from thisgroup each day.
  • 6. Bread-cereal groupMost of the nutrients inthese foods give your bodyenergy. You need four servingsfrom the bread-cereal groupeach day.
  • 7. Meat-poultry-fish-bean groupMost of the nutrients in these foodshelp your body grow.You need two servings from themeat-poultry-fish-bean group eachday-
  • 8. Milk-cheese groupThe foods in these group have manydifferent kinds of nutrients.Some nutrients help yor body grow.Some nutrients give you energy.Some help your body work as it should.You need three servings from the milk-cheese group each day.
  • 9. Do you remember ...?• What are the name of the four food groups?• How many servings from each group are needed each day?• What can be used to help make healthy food choices?• How do nutrients help keep the body healthy?
  • 10. Do you eat the right food?• Stephen Robinson, a government adviser on food and diet, is worried about the diet of young British people today. In a recent statement he said that young people in the UK ate too much junk food. He added that young children especially did not eat enough fruits and vegetabes. One inventive food company has started to produced a range of vegetables with “trendy” flavuors to make them more attractive to children.
  • 11. LOOK and COUNTHow many flags can you see?
  • 12. NUMBERSHow many fruits can you see?
  • 13. • Stephen Robinson, a government adviser on food and diet, is worried about the diet of young British people today. In a recent statement he said that young people in the UK ate too much junk food. He added that young children especially did not eat enough fruits and vegetabes. One inventive food company has started to produced a range of vegetables with “trendy” flavuors to make them more attractive to children
  • 14. The idea is that the food authoritiescan then find out exactly what is in the diet of young people. If necessary, they can thenencourage young people to includethe right balance of protein, fat and carbohydrates in their diet. Perhaps we will have a healthier population in the future!
  • 15. Food PyramidBy Mariana Fernàndez English teacher
  • 16. Bibliography• Richmond,J et al. (1990) “Health for life” ScottForesman.USA• Beare, N. (2004) “Friends United 4” Macmillan.• Pacesseter
  • 17. Pages visited...• www.googleimages.com• www.educarte.net• www.mdconsult.com• www.alimentacion-sana.com• www.examiner.com• www.ylenialemos.wordpress.com• www.mamashealth.com

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