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  • Go to https://www.supertracker.usda.gov/default.aspx Create a profile Profile name first letter of your first name and first three letters of your last name. HNGA Click on My Plan and then click “print page”
  • Go to https://www.supertracker.usda.gov/default.aspx Create a profile Profile name first letter of your first name and first three letters of your last name. HNGA Click on My Plan and then click “print page”
  • Evaluate how the United States Department of Agriculture’s Seven Guidelines and the most current Food Pyramid can enhance proper nutritional choice.
  • 2 MyPlate

    1. 1. Unit 3Unit 3 Lesson 3Lesson 3
    2. 2. rains:rains: Make half your grains whMake half your grains wh Refined vs Whole oWhole: contain whole grain kernel. oRefined: the bran and germ have been removed for a finer texture. o Removes Fiber, Iron and B vitamins. oEnriched means they put some vitamins and Iron back in, but NOT fiber.
    3. 3. Vegetables:Vegetables: Vary your veggieVary your veggie oAny Vegetables or 100% vegetable juice. oCooked, dried, raw, cut, mashed or cooked. oVary your Veggies pay special attention to Dark Green and Orange. oMake Half your plate fruits and veggies
    4. 4. oFocus on Fruits instead of juice o100% fruit juice counts oEat a variety oDried, fresh, canned, frozen, cooked, cut, whole, mashed, blended, and raw. Fruits:Fruits: Focus on FruitsFocus on Fruits
    5. 5. oMilk, Cheese, pudding, ice cream and Yogurt. oKeep Cholesterol Levels low oBuild Healthy Bones and High in Calcium oFoods that do not retain their calcium such as cream cheese, sour cream, and butter are not considered. Dairy:airy: Fat Free or low in fatFat Free or low in fat
    6. 6. oMeat, Poultry, Seafood, beans, peas, soy, Eggs, Nuts, and seeds. oChoose Lean meats oFish, nuts, and seeds contain healthy oils so eat them more often than other meat. oBeans and Peas are also part of the vegetable group. roteins:roteins: Go lean with proteinGo lean with protein
    7. 7. oMatch your physical activity to the calories you consume. oOr match your calories to the physical activities you do. oStay balanced so you can manage your weight. oActivity is important for every body system. hysical Activity:hysical Activity: BalanceBalance
    8. 8. owww.choosemyplate.gov oMy Plan oSample Meal Plan oMy Food-a-pedia oFood Tracker My PlateMy Plate
    9. 9. owww.choosemyplate.gov oMy Plan oSample Meal Plan oMy Food-a-pedia oFood Tracker MeasurementsMeasurements
    10. 10. My Pyramid Plan www.mypyamid.gov Interactive tools My food plan Fill in your info Submit
    11. 11. Nutritionist Menu Plan Charlie Height: 5’7’’ Age: 16 Weight: 125 Gender: Male Activity: 60+ minutes MyPyramid Plan: Grains 10 ounces Vegetables 4 cups Fruits 2.5 cups Milk 3 cups Meats/Beans 7 ounces Joe Height: 5’11” Weight: 230 Age:42 Gender: Male Activity: 30-60 minutes MyPyramid Plan: Grains 9 ounces Vegetables 3.5 cups Fruits 2 cups Milk 3 cups Meats Beans 6.5 oz
    12. 12. Breakfast 2 ounces of Toast 1 cup of strawberries 2 eggs 1 cup of milk Lunch Dinner “Name’s” My Pyramid Plan Grains 9 ounces II Vegetables 3cups Fruits 2.5 cups I Dairy 3 cups I Meats 6.5 ounces II Snacks Crackers ‘n’cheese Carrots
    13. 13. Serving Sizes • Grains – Whole: Whole wheat flour, cracked wheat, oatmeal, whole cornmeal, brown rice, whole wheat cereals. – Refined: white flour, white bread, white rice, cereals. – Servings: 1 slice of bread, 1 cup of cereal, ½ cup of rice, pasta or cooked cereal • Vegetables – All Vegetables – Potatoes, carrots, tomatoes, corn, peas, turnips – Servings: 1 cup raw or cooked, 2 cups leafy • Fruit – Any fruit – Servings: 1 cup juice, ½ cup dried, 1 cup fresh • Dairy – Milk, cheese, milk based desserts, yogurt – Servings: 1 cup of milk, 1 ½ ounces of cheese • Protein – Meat, fish, beans, nuts/seeds, peanut butter – ¼ cup of dry beans, 1 egg, 1 Tablespoon of peanut butter, ½ ounce of nuts or seeds
    14. 14. What is your “My Pyramid” http://www.mypyramid.gov/mypyramid/index.aspx

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