163.4.Healthful Eating.stud

163.4.Healthful Eating.stud - Outline 0. Nutrition Defined...

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Outline 0. Nutrition Defined 1. Healthy Eating 2. Nutrient Density 3. Label Reading Nutrition Defined 4. Nutrition : Sum total of processes involved in intake and utilization of food substances by living organisms, including ingestion, digestion, absorption, transport, and metabolism of nutrients in food 5. Or what we eat and how we use it. 6. What is a nutrient? Major functions of nutrients In food Do we eat right? 7. As a nation, we eat 0. Too many Calories 1. Too much fat and saturated fat 2. Too much sugar and other sweeteners 3. Too much salt 4. Too much meat and cheese 5. Too few fruits and vegetables 6. Too few fiber-rich foods The Prudent Healthy Diet 0. Balance food with physical activity 1. Eat a wide variety of nutrient-rich foods. 2. Moderate in total fat, but low in sat and trans fat and cholesterol. 3. Plenty of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and legumes. 4. Choose beverages and foods that moderate or reduce your intake of sugars. 5.
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