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A Matter of Fat: Fat in Foods. Symbole de cuillère à thé. = 4 grammes de gras. Vegetables. Potatoes. Salads. Which salad is highest in fat? Which salad is lowest in fat?. Fruit Desserts. Bread and Baked Goods. Breakfast Cereals. Pasta and Noodles. Which pasta is the lowest in fat?.

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Symbole de cuill re th
Symbole de cuillère à thé

= 4 grammes de gras




Salads
Salads

Which salad is highest in fat?

Which salad is lowest in fat?





Pasta and noodles
Pasta and Noodles

Which pasta is the lowest in fat?






Frozen milk products
Frozen Milk Products

Which frozen milk product has the most fat?


Beef

Which beef option has the lowest fat level?


B uf coupes extra maigres par du gras visible
Bœuf—coupes extra maigresParé du gras visible




Tableau comparatif des sources de prot ines
Tableau comparatif des sources de protéines



Snack foods1
Snack Foods

Which snack food has the lowest amount of fat?


Fast foods
Fast Foods

Which fast food option has the lowest amount of fat?

What should you look for when choosing fast foods?

What should you look for when choosing fast foods?



Information additionnelle

Ressources sur l’étiquetage nutritionnel:

http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/fn-an/label-etiquet/nutrition/index-fra.php

http://www.healthyeatingisinstore.ca/virtual_grocery_fr.asp

Bien manger avec le Guide alimentaire canadien:

www.hc-sc.gc.ca/fn-an/food-guide-aliment/index-fra.php

Information sur la nutrition et les activités :

www.dietitians.ca

Pour des recettes et de l’information sur le bœuf :

www.boeufinfo.org


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