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New my plate  2011
New my plate  2011
New my plate  2011
New my plate  2011
New my plate  2011
New my plate  2011
New my plate  2011
New my plate  2011
New my plate  2011
New my plate  2011
New my plate  2011
New my plate  2011
New my plate  2011
New my plate  2011
New my plate  2011
New my plate  2011
New my plate  2011
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New my plate 2011

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  • 1. Choose MyPlate.Gov
  • 2. MyPyramid.gov
  • 3. Grains: Bread,Cereal,Rice,& Pasta
    • Based on one ounce
    • 1 slice of bread
    • 1 oz ready to eat cereal
    • ½ cup cooked cereal
    • ½ cup rice
    • ½ cup pasta
  • 4. Vegetables
    • 1 cup raw leafy vegetables, lettuce and spinach
    • ½ cup cut up raw vegetables
    • ½ cup cooked vegetables
    • ¾ cup or 6oz. vegetable juice
  • 5. Fruit
    • 1 medium piece of raw fruit, apple, banana, orange or peach, for example
    • ½ cup cut-up raw fruit
    • ½ cup canned fruit (not in sugar syrup)
    • ¾ or fruit juice (100% juice)
  • 6. Milk
    • 1 cup milk or yogurt
    • 1 ½ oz. natural cheese ( ie. cheddar or swiss)
    • 2 oz. processed cheese ( ie. American)
  • 7. Meat & Beans
    • Meat, Poultry, Fish, Dried Beans, Eggs & Nuts
    • 2-3 oz. cooked, lean meat, poultry or fish
    • 1 ounce of meat equals
    • ½ cup cooked beans or
    • 1 egg or
    • 2 Tablespoons peanut butter
  • 8. Fats, Oils & Sweets
    • Use sparingly
    • TIPS
    • Make most of your fat sources from fish, nuts & vegetable oils
    • Limit solid fats like butter, margarine, shortening & lard
    • Keep saturated fats, trans fats, & salt low
    • Choose food & beverages low in added sugars
  • 9. Physical Activity
    • Find you balance between food and physical activity
    • Stay within you daily calorie needs
    • Be physically active for 30 minutes most days
    • 60 minutes of physical activity needed to prevent weight gain
    • Children and teenagers should be physically active of 60 minutes most days
  • 10. Diet Related Illnesses
    • Heart disease
    • Hypertension
    • Diabetes
    • Type I & Type II
    • Osteoporosis
    • Obesity
    • Stroke
    • Cancer
  • 11. Hypertension
  • 12. Diabetes
    • The body is unable to handle carbohydrates normally
    • Type I
    • about 10% of total cases
    • Used to be called juvenile diabetes
    • Caused by genetics, viral infection, other diseases or toxins
    • Type II
    • About 90% of total cases
    • Used to be called adult onset
    • Obesity worsens insulin resistance
    • Incidence increases with age
    • Now occurring in children
  • 13. Diabetes
    • Prevention Steps
    • Weight control & Exercise
    • To control diabetes
    • Balanced diabetic diet
    • High in complex carbohydrates
    • Provides enough fiber
    • Low in saturated fat
    • Not too high in protein
    • Increase and maintain exercise
    • Take necessary medicine to control glucose level
  • 14. Obesity
    • Well balanced diet
    • Diet high in complex carbohydrates
    • Diet low in saturated fat
    • Increase exercise
  • 15. The Deadly Quartet
    • Type II diabetes
    • Obesity
    • High blood cholesterol (high LDL)
    • Hypertension
  • 16. You Are What You Eat.
  • 17. Healthy Foods and Active Lifestyle Can Be Fun

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