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The Energy Nutrients. Physical Activity Booster. Strength. The Energy Nutrients. Oils. Milk and Dairy. Meat, Beans, Fish and Nuts. Vegetables. Fruits. Grains. Functions of Protein Build muscles, body tissues, and blood cells Part of enzymes and hormones Enhance immune system.

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The Energy Nutrients


Physical Activity Booster

  • Strength

National Food Service Management Institute

The University of Mississippi


The Energy Nutrients

  • Oils

  • Milk and Dairy

  • Meat, Beans, Fish and Nuts

  • Vegetables

  • Fruits

  • Grains

National Food Service Management Institute

The University of Mississippi


Functions of Protein

Build muscles, body tissues, and blood cells

Part of enzymes and hormones

Enhance immune system

The Energy Nutrients

National Food Service Management Institute

The University of Mississippi


Sources of Protein

Animals Foods

Meat, Fish, Poultry, Eggs, and Dairy Products

Plant Foods

Dried Beans, Peas, Lentils, Nuts, and Seeds

The Energy Nutrients

National Food Service Management Institute

The University of Mississippi


Protein Facts

4 calories per gram

Extra protein is converted to energy

Stored as fat if not needed

The Energy Nutrients

National Food Service Management Institute

The University of Mississippi


Carbohydrates Provide Energy

Heart, Lungs, and the Brain

Growth/Development

Muscles

Active lifestyles increase the need for energy from carbohydrates

The Energy Nutrients

National Food Service Management Institute

The University of Mississippi


Sources of Simple Carbohydrates

Fruit

Milk

Some Vegetables

Honey

Refined Sugars

The Energy Nutrients

National Food Service Management Institute

The University of Mississippi


Sources of Complex Carbohydrates

Grains

Starchy Vegetables

Legumes

Other Source of Dietary Fiber (indigestible)

The Energy Nutrients

National Food Service Management Institute

The University of Mississippi


Carbohydrate Facts

Fuel for Brain

4 calories per gram

Excess converted and stored as fat

The Energy Nutrients

National Food Service Management Institute

The University of Mississippi


Fat Facts

Concentrated Energy

9 calories per gram

Part of every cell

Cushions organs

Vitamins A, D, E, K

Flavor

Fullness (satiety)

The Energy Nutrients

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Balance Fat Intakes by Selecting:

Lean Meats

Low-Fat, Fat-Free Milk and Milk Products

Low-Fat Cooking Methods

Some Nuts/Seeds

Limited Added Fats

The Energy Nutrients

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Tasting Activity

  • Healthful Desserts

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Summary Chart of Nutrient Roles and Food Sources

Protein

Carbohydrate

Fat

Includes resource for food group organizations

Fast Facts about Energy Nutrients

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Serving Sizes Matter

Calories Counts

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Cafeteria Connection – Energy Balance

Balanced meals fuel school performance

The Energy Nutrients

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Show Video

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Nutrition Nuggets

Food Allergy

Food Intolerances

Adverse Reaction to Food

The Energy Nutrients

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Pantry Patrol

How many different whole grains do you usually eat?

Personal Discovery Assessment

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End of Lesson 3


This training was conducted by the

National Food Service Management Institute

The University of Mississippi

www.nfsmi.org

800-321-3054

National Food Service Management Institute

The University of Mississippi


National Food Service Management InstituteThe University of Mississippi

  • Mission: To provide information and services that promote the continuous improvement of child nutrition programs

  • Vision: To be the leader in providing education, research, and resources to promote excellence in child nutrition programs

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The University of Mississippi


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