My plate presentation

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My plate presentation

  1. 1. It is a reminder to eat healthy foods
  2. 2. My Plate is divided into 5 food groups – Fruits – Vegetables – Grains – Protein – Dairy
  3. 3. Focus on fruitsPhoto used under Creative Commons from chooyutshing
  4. 4. Vary your veggiesPhoto used under Creative Commons from Sandra Mora
  5. 5. Make half your grains whole Photo used under Creative Commons from mattwh72182
  6. 6. Go lean with protein Photo used under Creative Commons from Khaz
  7. 7. Get your calcium-rich foods Photo used under Creative Commons from Stephanie Booth
  8. 8. Click here to play
  9. 9. Link to 10 Tips to a Great Plate
  10. 10. 1 Use Myfood-a-pedia to find the calories in a food.
  11. 11. 2• Take your time when you eat.• When you are full, stop eating. Photo used under Creative Commons from airdiogo
  12. 12. 3• Use smaller dishes• Choose smaller sizes. Photo used under Creative Commons from avlxyz
  13. 13. 4• Fruits, veggies, whole-grains, and fat free milk. Photo used under Creative Photo used under Creative Commons from Timothy Valentine Commons from ombrelle
  14. 14. 5• The more color the better• Add fruits to main or side dishes and desserts Photo used under Creative Commons from Vertigogen
  15. 15. 6 Photo used under Creative Commons from lynn.gardner
  16. 16. 7Substitutewhole grainsfor refinedproducts Photo used under Creative Commons from deedoucette
  17. 17. 8Choose lower sodium products• “low sodium”• “reduced sodium”• “no salt added” Photo used under Creative Commons from kosherblog
  18. 18. 9Eat less foods high in solid fats, sugars, and salt. Question: Sports drinks such as Gatorade are high in sugar.
  19. 19. 10 Pop, energy drinks, and sports drinks are all full of sugar and calories. Photo used under Creative Commons darrlyh
  20. 20. Use this tool to determine the amount of food YOU need from each food group.Daily Food Plan
  21. 21. Use these toolsto assess yourdiet and physicalactivity Photo used under Creative Commons SeanVenn
  22. 22. • Team Nutrition• Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food• Farmers markets• Fruits and Veggies- More Matters
  23. 23. ImagesProgramwitch OmbrelleQuickLunarCop Timothy ValentineSeanVenn avlxyzDarrlyh AirdiogoKosherblog Stephanie BoothDeedoucette Khazlynn.gardner Mattwh72182Vertigogen Sandra Mora chooyutshingwww.ChooseMyPlate.gov

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