Lessons for Nutrition

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  • The Brown Rice Bonus - … Agriculture and United States Department of Health and Human Services. Nutrition and Your Health: Dietary Guidelines for Americans. 2004. Available online … Georgia Area Agency on Aging and the USDA Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program. Permission is granted to reproduce, translate, abstract, review … . *Can use 2 ½ cups of other vegetables, including frozen vegetables. Nutrition Facts per serving Total calories Total fat Total carbohydrate Total …
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  • Activity 2 - Arianna Bones and the 'Great-Mysteries-of-Nutrition' Pavilion - … the 'Great-Mysteries-of-Nutrition' Pavilion return Arianna's to Nutrition Arianna Bones and the 'Great-Mysteries-of-Nutrition' lessons Expedition Pavilion at … have a similar root to "nutrient"? Answers may include nutritious, nutrition, nutritional. Nutrients are substances in foods that provide specific health benefits … at a glance Printer Friendly Email a Friend Page Nutrition Explorations HomeEducatorsSchool Nutrition Professionals ParentsKids sitemap terms & privacy policy survey about NDC …
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  • Good For You? - … Plan: In this lesson, students share opinions about nutrition. They then compare the nutritional values of a snack product claiming health benefits … Musketeers QUESTIONS FOR CONSIDERATION -What are the nutritional facts for each product (provided on the nutritional facts label)? -What are the purported … Administration require food products to list their nutritional contents? How does the agency determine daily nutritional values? How, if at all, does …
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  • Diet and Nutrition - … is good nutrition like a balancing act? Diet and Nutrition What is the nutritional value of different foods? David gets some nutritional advice to … 12224 (printed materials and audio tapes: Nutrition for Life) U.S. Department of Agriculture Human Nutrition Information Service Room 360 6505 Belcrest … a popular fast-food restaurant and determine a nutritional meal using the actual nutrition information from that restaurant. Remind students to pay …
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  • A Picture of Health - … goal? i. What are the 2010 nutrition goals? j. What health benefits result from good nutrition? k. How is it calculated whether … handbook or glossary defining and explaining the importance of different nutritional information terms (different types of vitamins and minerals, carbohydrates, different … Council (http://ificinfo.health.org) offers guides and information on nutrition. Fast Food Facts (http://dfwmusic.com/fastfood) provides calorie and …
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  • 5.3 Food labels and serving sizes - … cereal with nutrition labels covered or removed Measuring cups Poster board Nutrition facts labels from five or more cereal boxes Nutrition facts labels from five or more snack boxes Nutrition facts labels … can be made by reading the nutrition facts label. Include in the discussion the difference between nutrition facts and nutrient content claims …
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  • 4 How do living things get energy from food? - … along with looking at calories, they must look at nutritional density. Explain nutritional density like this: A calorie is essentially worth more … applies essential understandings of the activity. Optional: Comparison graphs of nutrition density of nuts can be assigned and evaluated. Modifications Students … apply knowledge and behavior self management skills to areas of nutrition and physical activity for healthy growth, development, and maintenance. Objective …
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  • Food, Inc.: Evaluating Information on Food Labels - … packaging. Analyze and discuss what details should be provided on Nutrition Facts panels. Develop personal philosophy statements about what consumers should … consumers should be able to learn about their food from Nutrition Facts panels. ASSESSMENT SUGGESTIONS Students can be assessed on: Participation … packaging. Analyze and discuss what details should be provided on Nutrition Facts panels. Develop personal philosophy statements about what consumers should …
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  • Banquet Menu Assessment: Exposure Investigation Exercise - … their prevention • Become aware of Nutritional Value of Food • Learn to evaluate food for prevention and nutritional values • Formulate Hypotheses based on … be evaluated for its nutritional value. Food nutrition analysis evaluates the different food groups as well as the nutritional value. Well balanced diets … is also an important concept. Finally, nutritional value of food should vary according to the nutritional requirements of the individual, taking into …
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  • Looking At Food Labels - … factors including tradition, culture, availability, religion, economics, and nutritional value. Even though nutritional value may not always be the primary motivating factor … and interpret the information provided on food nutrition labels. Students will explain why the Nutrition Facts label is a valid source of … important to health. The new nutrition label, called "Nutrition Facts," provides information on a variety of nutrients and nutrition related facts. It lists …
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