GET YOURCALCIUM-RICH   FOODS The MyPlate Dairy Group Julie Garden-Robinson, Ph.D., R.D., L.R.D., Food and Nutrition Specia...
Delicious Dairy                           Good                         source of                         potassium        ...
MyPlateRecommendations   depend on:               ActivityAge   Gender                level                          NDSU ...
Servings Are Measured In Cups                   What counts as a cup?            1 cup        8 ounces     ⅓ cup          ...
Mighty Milk    Calcium helps build                             Bone   Bones Teeth                             massNDSU Ext...
Tips For Adding Dairy to Your Diet         Drink milk with every meal              Use milk when making hot cereal or crea...
Make Smart Dairy Choices            Choose fat-free milk and other dairy             products to reduce daily fat intake  ...
Keep in Mind       Avoid raw milk or products made from       unpasteurized milk       Keep raw, cooked and ready-to-eat f...
Lactose Intolerant?                          Consume         Try                         the enzyme    calcium-           ...
Daily Recommendations*   Children                  2 to 3 years old               2 cups                             4 to ...
Daily Recommendations*       Women                   19 to 30 years old 3 cups                               31 to 50 year...
Want More Information?   Visit www.ChooseMyPlate.gov    to personalize your food plan   Check out    www.ndsu.edu/eatsma...
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MyPlate - Get Your Calcium-rich Foods

  1. 1. GET YOURCALCIUM-RICH FOODS The MyPlate Dairy Group Julie Garden-Robinson, Ph.D., R.D., L.R.D., Food and Nutrition Specialist Stacy Wang, R.D., L.R.D., Extension Associate
  2. 2. Delicious Dairy Good source of potassium Choose Primary low-fat or source of fat-free calcium options DairyNDSU Extension Service
  3. 3. MyPlateRecommendations depend on: ActivityAge Gender level NDSU Extension Service
  4. 4. Servings Are Measured In Cups What counts as a cup? 1 cup 8 ounces ⅓ cup milk yogurt shredded cheeseNDSU Extension Service
  5. 5. Mighty Milk Calcium helps build Bone Bones Teeth massNDSU Extension Service
  6. 6. Tips For Adding Dairy to Your Diet Drink milk with every meal Use milk when making hot cereal or cream soups Have yogurt for a snack or dessert Add low-fat cheese to casseroles, soups, stews or vegetables Have snacks such as pudding made with milk Make yogurt smoothiesNDSU Extension Service
  7. 7. Make Smart Dairy Choices Choose fat-free milk and other dairy products to reduce daily fat intake Milk Cheese YogurtNDSU Extension Service
  8. 8. Keep in Mind Avoid raw milk or products made from unpasteurized milk Keep raw, cooked and ready-to-eat foods separate Refrigerate perishable foods quickly Throw out food that has been left at room temperature for more than two hoursNDSU Extension Service
  9. 9. Lactose Intolerant? Consume Try the enzyme calcium- Consider Choose lactase fortified or taking a lactose-free before alternative calcium alternatives consuming calcium- supplement milk containing products foodsNDSU Extension Service
  10. 10. Daily Recommendations* Children 2 to 3 years old 2 cups 4 to 8 years old 2 ½ cups Girls 9 to 13 years old 3 cups 14 to 18 years old 3 cups Boys 9 to 13 years old 3 cups 14 to 18 years old 3 cups * For those who get less than 30 minutes of physical activityNDSU Extension Service
  11. 11. Daily Recommendations* Women 19 to 30 years old 3 cups 31 to 50 years old 3 cups 51 + years old 3 cups Men 19 to 30 years old 3 cups 31 to 50 years old 3 cups 51 + years old 3 cups * For those who get less than 30 minutes of physical activityNDSU Extension Service
  12. 12. Want More Information? Visit www.ChooseMyPlate.gov to personalize your food plan Check out www.ndsu.edu/eatsmart for nutrition, food safety and health informationDecember 2012

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