Keeoing Fit and Healthy

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Published on February 7, 2008

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Your Daily Food Choices: Your Daily Food Choices Keeping Fit and Healthy What kinds of foods do you eat most often?: What kinds of foods do you eat most often? Pizza Popcorn Ice cream Candy Hamburgers French Fries What kinds of foods should you eat most often?: What kinds of foods should you eat most often? Apples/Grapes Cheese Carrots/Celery Steak Milk/Water Bread Keeping Fit and Healthy: Keeping Fit and Healthy Eat the “right kinds” of foods. Use the “food pyramid” as a guide to good eating. Eat three “balanced meals” each day. Choose “healthful” snacks to eat. The Food Pyramid: The Food Pyramid Six Food Groups: Six Food Groups Bread, Cereal, Rice, and Pasta: Bread, Cereal, Rice, and Pasta Vegetables: Vegetables Fruits: Fruits Six Food Groups: Six Food Groups Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese: Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese Meat, Poultry, Fish, and Eggs: Meat, Poultry, Fish, and Eggs Other foods in this group: Other foods in this group Fats, Oils, and Sweets: Fats, Oils, and Sweets Mixing food groups: Mixing food groups The Food Pyramid: The Food Pyramid Good Eating Habits: Good Eating Habits Three Balanced Meals Breakfast: Breakfast Lunch: Lunch Supper/Dinner: Supper/Dinner Are you still hungry?: Are you still hungry? Are these healthful snacks?: Are these healthful snacks? Nutritious Snacks: Nutritious Snacks Keeping Fit and Healthy: Keeping Fit and Healthy Eat the “right kinds” of foods. Use the “food pyramid” as a guide to good eating. Eat three ”balanced meals” each day. Choose “healthful” snacks to eat. The Food Pyramid: The Food Pyramid This slide presentation was created by Maureen Kaczorowski, June ‘05. kaczomau@bonduel.k12.wi.us: This slide presentation was created by Maureen Kaczorowski, June ‘05.kaczomau@bonduel.k12.wi.us The information was taken from the Grade 1-Houghton Mifflin Science series----Theme E. The food pyramid was taken from the following web site: www.dairycouncilofca.org Clip art was taken from Art Explosion--- Nova Development Corporation, 1995-97.

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