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    • A Look Inside the Food Pyramid By: Abby Rodman
    • Main Report
      • Why is Nutrition Important?
      • Meat Group
      • Dairy Group
      • Vegetable Group
      • Fruit Group
      • Bread Group
      • Why Focus on the Food Pyramid?
      • Keep in Mind…
      • Video Fun on Nutrition!
      • A Little Bit About the Author
      • Resources
      • Concept Map
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    • Why is Nutrition Important?
      • Keeps your body in shape physically.
      • Gives you a positive attitude.
      • Helps our bodies stay healthy, grow and work properly, all through the 6 classes of nutrients:
      • -Proteins
      • -Carbohydrates
      • -Fat
      • -Vitamins
      • -Minerals
      • -Water
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    • Meat Group
      • Proteins helps your body build strong muscles and a healthy immune system.
      • Daily Intake:
      • -2-3 ounces of cooked lean meat, poultry, or fish.
      • -1/2 cup cooked or dry beans, 1 egg or 2 tablespoons of peanut butter.
      • Containing a lot of iron and nutrients.
      • -Meat, Fish, Beans, Eggs, and Nuts.
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    • Dairy Group
      • Helps build muscle and protein within your body.
      • Keeping a strong immune system, and strong bones.
      • Milk, Yogurt and Cheese.
      • Daily Intake:
      • -1 cup milk or yogurt
      • -1.5 ounces cheese
      • -2 ounces process cheese
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    • Vegetables
      • Brings nutrients into the body to keep it strong and healthy.
      • Daily Intake:
      • -1 cup of raw leafy veggies, ½ cup of other cooked or raw veggies, ¾ cup veggie juice.
      • Consists of:
      • -Cucumbers, Carrots, Broccoli, Lettuce, Peppers, Onions, Etc.
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    • Fruits
      • Helps keep your glucose level up, and brings energy to your system.
      • Consists of:
      • -Apples, Bananas, Oranges, Grapes, Tomatoes, Watermelon, Strawberries, Blueberries, Etc.
      • Daily Intake:
      • -1 medium apple, banana, or orange. ½ cup of chopped or cooked canned fruit, ¾ cup of fruit juice.
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    • Breads
      • Used as carbohydrates to bring energy to your body to keep you moving and strong.
      • Daily Intake:
      • -1 slice of bread,1 ounce of ready-to-eat cereal, ¾ cup of fruit juice.
      • Consists of:
      • -Breads, Cereal, Rice and Pasta.
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    • Why Focus on the Food Pyramid?
      • The food pyramid:
        • Helps outline your daily diet that is right for you.
        • Gives you a variety of foods to get all the correct nutrients needed to maintain a healthy body in many ways.
        • Giving you good, healthy tips on your daily intake.
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    • Keep in Mind…
      • Be ACTIVE!
      • Be SMART!
      • Remember to EAT RIGHT!
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    • Video Fun on Nutrition
      • http://www.teachertube.com/view_video.php?viewkey=1d76db73c21774ae1a96
      • Click the Link above to
      • view the video!
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    • A Little Bit About the Author
      • My name is Abigail Rodman, but people call me Abby. I am a sophomore at Grand Valley State University. My plan to be an elementary school teacher, and then become an administrator. I love kids and enjoy not only helping them but working with them and encouraging them to live life through new ideas. This is apart of my career and I think it is very important for all students to be aware of how important health actually is.
      • Email: [email_address]
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    • Resources
      • http://www.mypyramid.gov/
      • http:// kidshealth.org/kid/stay_healthy/food/pyramid.html
      • http://www.google.com/
      • http://teachertube.com/
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    • Concept Map Quit