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Your Daily Food Choices. Keeping Fit and Healthy. Pizza. What kinds of foods do you eat most often?. Popcorn. Ice cream. Candy. Hamburgers. French Fries. What kinds of foods should you eat most often?. Apples/Grapes. Cheese. Carrots/Celery. Steak. Milk/Water. Bread.

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Your Daily Food Choices

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Your Daily Food Choices

Keeping Fit andHealthy


Pizza

What kinds of foods do you eat most often?

  • Popcorn

  • Ice cream

  • Candy

  • Hamburgers

  • French Fries


What kinds of foods should you eat most often?

  • Apples/Grapes

  • Cheese

  • Carrots/Celery

  • Steak

  • Milk/Water

  • Bread


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


Six Food Groups


Bread, Cereal, Rice, and Pasta


Vegetables


Fruits


Six Food Groups


Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese


Meat, Poultry, Fish, and Eggs


Other foods in this group


Fats, Oils, and Sweets


Mixing food groups


The Food Pyramid


Good Eating Habits

Three Balanced Meals


Breakfast


Lunch


Supper/Dinner


Are you still hungry?


Are these healthful snacks?


Nutritious Snacks


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


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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