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Ch 2, 9-2-09 - Ch2:Objectives Guidelinesto Groceries...

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Ch2:Objectives Guidelines to  Groceries Reading Food label Daily values and  Calculate %DV Health Claims on  food labels
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From Guidelines  to Groceries Processed foods –  50,000 options ! Treated to change their physical, chemical,  microbiological, or sensory properties Fortified foods Addition of nutrients that were either not  originally present or present in insignificant  amounts.
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From Guidelines  to Groceries Grains Refined foods Process of removing the coarse parts of a food Enriched foods Addition of the nutrients lost during processing so that  food meets a specific standard iron, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, and folate Whole-grain products A grain milled in its entirety, all but husk.  Not refined
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From Guidelines  to Groceries Vegetables Choose fresh vegetables often Variety of vegetables:5 sub groups Good sources of vitamins, minerals, and fiber Be careful to control added fat and salt.
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Fruit Color Processed fruits are acceptable alternatives to  fresh Provides vitamins, minerals, fibers and  phytochemicals
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