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Food sources: citrus fruits, tomatoes, leafy vegetables

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Micronutrients: Vitamins

Micronutrients: Vitamins

Vitamin B Complex/Folic acid: Helps prevent birth defects, and is needed in the formation of red blood cells and nucleic acids

Food sources: beets, broccoli, avocado, turkey, bok choy, and lentils.

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Fat-Soluble Vitamins:

Fat-Soluble Vitamins:

Vitamins that dissolve into and are transported by fat

They can be stored in fat tissue, the liver, and the kidneys.

Vitamins A, D, E, and K

Micronutrients: Vitamins

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Examples of Fat-Soluble Vitamins:

Examples of Fat-Soluble Vitamins:

Vitamin A: Maintains good vision, promotes body cell growth, helps protect teeth

Food sources: green vegetables, dairy products

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Vitamin D: Promotes the development of healthy bones and teeth

Vitamin D: Promotes the development of healthy bones and teeth

Food sources: eggs, salmon, fortified breakfast cereal. Other sources include sunlight

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WORKSHEETS

WORKSHEETS

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Making Good Food Choices

Making Good Food Choices

The US federal government created a food pyramid which is a guide to healthy living.

It gives recommendations for:

Eating healthy

Regular exercise

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Fast Food Choices

Fast Food Choices

Fast food consumption should be limited since it generally includes foods that are high in calories, fat, and/or sodium.

Try to choose smaller portions since larger portion sizes greatly increase the calorie, fat, and sodium content of your meal.

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Option #1: McDonald’s Quarter Pounder with Cheese, large fries, and a 16 oz. soda includes

Option #1: McDonald’s Quarter Pounder with Cheese, large fries, and a 16 oz. soda includes

1,166 calories and 51 grams of fat!

Option #2: McDonald’s Hamburger, small fries, and a 16 oz. diet soda includes 481 calories and 19 grams of fat!

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Fast Food Choices

Fast Food Choices

Some fast food choices are healthier than others so try to choose the healthier options.

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Healthy options:

Healthy options:

Grilled chicken

Regular-sized single hamburger

Fruit and yogurt

Plain baked potato (no butter or sour cream)

Salad

Less healthy options:

Chicken nuggets

Croissant breakfast sandwiches

Onion rings

Large French fries

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