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  1. Wherever you are, just use your plate to make a healthier diet. MyPlate

  2. Today’s AgendaHere today, learned tomorrow

  3. Part One: USDA Graphics

  4. Who is the USDA?

  5. 1956: Food For Fitness

  6. 1956: Food For Fitness

  7. 1992: Food Guide PyramidLet’s take an Egyptian tour!

  8. Food Guide Pyramid

  9. Food Guide PyramidWhat’s in a name?

  10. 2005: MyPyramidSteps to a Healthier You

  11. Steps to a Healthier You

  12. Quick Quiz!The unexamined food is not worth eating • Which of the following was not part of the 1956 Food for Fitness plan? * Meat * Dairy * Fats * Bread and Cereal • True or false: The 2005 pyramid included ways to personalize eating plans.

  13. Quick Quiz!The unexamined food is not worth eating • Which of the following was not part of the 1956 Food for Fitness plan? * Meat * Dairy * Fats * Bread and Cereal • True or false: The 2005 pyramid included ways to personalize eating plans.

  14. 2011: MyPlate Keep your friends close and your veggies closer

  15. MyPlate

  16. Meet the Vegetable GroupThis could be the start of a beautiful friendship • Any vegetable or 100% vegetable juice is welcome in the vegetable food group.

  17. Meet the Vegetable GroupThis could be the start of a beautiful friendship There are five subgroups in the vegetable group: • Dark green • Red and orange • Beans and peas • Starches • Other

  18. Examples of Subgroups

  19. Examples of Subgroups

  20. How Many Vegetables Should You Eat?

  21. What Does a Serving Look Like?

  22. Why Eat Vegetables?Frankly my dear, I don’t give a yam

  23. Meet the Fruit Group • Any fruit or 100% fruit juice is a welcome part of the fruit group.

  24. Meet the Fruit Group • Fruits may be fresh, canned, frozen, or dried, and may be whole, cut-up, or pureed.

  25. Fruit GroupEat a variety • 1.5-2 cups per day • Half your plate should be fruits and veggies

  26. What Does a Cup of Fruit Look Like?

  27. Why Eat Fruit?

  28. Meet the Grain GroupMake at least half your grains whole grains! • Food made from wheat, rice, oats, cornmeal, barley or another cereal grain.

  29. Not All Grains Are Equal

  30. Fear Processed GrainsNow is the flour of our discontent

  31. How Much Grain Should You Eat? • You should generally eat between five and six ounces of grains each day. • They should make up 1/4 of the plate.

  32. What Does an Ounce of Grain Look Like?

  33. Delicious Whole Grains

  34. Why Eat Grains?Friends don’t let friends ignore health benefits

  35. Meet the Protein Group • Any food made from meat, poultry, seafood, beans and peas, eggs, processed soy products, nuts, and seeds are welcome in the protein group.

  36. How Much Protein Should You Eat?

  37. What Does an Ounce of Protein Look Like?

  38. Why Eat Protein?My kingdom for a macronutrient!

  39. Meet the Dairy Group • All fluid milks, as well as yogurt, milk-based desserts, hard natural cheeses, and soft cheeses are part of this group.

  40. How much Dairy Should You Eat? • Most people should consume three cups of dairy foods per day. • Have it with every meal.

  41. How much Dairy Should You Eat?

  42. Why Eat Dairy?Give me calcium or give me death!

  43. Return of the Quick Quiz • How many cups of fruit should the average person eat in a day? * 1 to 1.5 * 1.5 to 2 * 2 to 2.5 * 2.5 to 3 • True or false: You should eat the same type of proteins every day.

  44. Return of the Quick Quiz • How many cups of fruit should the average person eat in a day? * 1 to 1.5 * 1.5 to 2 * 2 to 2.5 * 2.5 to 3 • True or false: You should eat the same type of proteins every day.

  45. More Quizzing! • Which is not a subgroup in the vegetable group? * Dark green * Beans and peas * Starches * Red and yellow • True or false: Vegetables are vital sources of vitamins A, C, and potassium.

  46. More Quizzing! • Which is not a subgroup in the vegetable group? * Dark green * Beans and peas * Starches * Red and yellow • True or false: Vegetables are vital sources of vitamins A, C, and potassium.

  47. Last Quiz in This Section • Which of the following does not belong in the dairy group? * Cream * Milk * Hard, natural cheese * Yogurt • True or false: At least half of the grains you eat should be processed grains.

  48. Last Quiz in This Section • Which of the following does not belong in the dairy group? * Cream * Milk * Hard, natural cheese * Yogurt • True or false: At least half of the grains you eat should be processed grains.

  49. Part Three: Meal Makeovers Healthy ways to change the meals you eat

  50. Fish and Chips -- Before