HB Nutrition Label Exercise (1) - HOW TO READ THE FOOD...

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7-1 UNIT 7 © 2001 UTHSCSA "Positively Aging®" a trade mark of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio ACTIVITY 4A: TEACHER HANDOUT HOW TO READ THE NEW FOOD LABEL
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7-1 UNIT 7 © 2001 UTHSCSA "Positively Aging®" a trade mark of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio ACTIVITY 4A: TEACHER HANDOUT FOOD LABEL
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7-1 UNIT 7 © 2001 UTHSCSA "Positively Aging®" a trade mark of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio ACTIVITY 4A FOOD LABELS: STUDENT HANDOUT When you go to a gas station you have a choice of which fuel to choose for your car: regular, super unleaded, or premium. When you go the grocery, restaurant, or cafeteria you have a choice of which fuel to choose for your body. Different fuels (food s ) contain different amounts of energy (calories ) . There are also different kinds of energy. The three main types of food energy are carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.
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