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1 NTS 135:   Nutrition-Concepts and  Controversies George Paolilli, M.S., P.A., O.M.H.A. Aaron Howerton (Teaching Assistant)
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2 What is eating right?? 1.   Not hurting yourself with your two hands. 2.   Choosing what is nutritionally correct for  you.  3.   __________________________________       _________________________________ 4.  Change old habits. 5.  Make a commitment to changing destructive  habits 6.  __________________________________      __________________________________
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3 My Pyramid: Steps to Health (www.mypyramid.gov)
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Questions Important To How many servings of vegetables and fruits are  recommended daily by the Food Pyramid guidelines?       Answer:      _________________________________________      _________________________________________ People who eat ____ or more servings of fruits     and vegetables had a ________ lower risk of     developing heart disease than people who      consumed ______ servings per day. 4
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5 Problems With The Food  Pyramid __________________ Need “Good” Choices     From The Pyramid You Must Figure      Out That Some      Foods May Not      Be Best For Your      __________________
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6 Traditional View of Food Guide  Pyramid
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7 What Americans are actually eating,  unfortunately. Pyramid Turned Upside Down!!  
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8 A Better Food Pyramid - _________________________________________________  
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9 If I eat enriched foods, I am  getting the nutrients I need. Only some nutrients destroyed by processing are  replaced      - whole wheat   white flour (____ destroyed, ___          replaced) Which vitamins are lost in food processing?       - B-1 : ______________       - B-2 : 80%       - B-3 : 81 %       - B-6 : 71 %       - Folate  : _____________       - Vitamin E : ___________
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10 What Are Some of the Vitamin- Mineral Destroyers In Our Diet? _______________________ _______________________ Rancid oils ( all your oils on the grocery store shelf, except one) Aspirin Caffeine _______________________ White flour Cholesterol lowering drugs (statin type drugs) Antihistamines BCP, antibiotics, cortisone, diuretics, diet pills,  _______________________, chewing tobacco
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11 What are some causes of chronic illness  and premature death?? 1. ________________________ 2. ________________________ 3. Alzheimer’s disease 4. ________________________ 5. Drug addiction 6. AIDS 7. Emphysema 8. Tuberculosis 9. __________________________ 10. Stroke 11. _____________  ________________
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12 The time bombs. - substances with potentially devastating effect
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