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the  Steps to a healthier you FOOD   Pyramid
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Eating Right Every Day We will be learning about the relationship  between good nutrition and health.
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The Food Pyramid Steps to a healthier you GRAINS VEGETABLES FRUITS OILS MILK MEAT &  BEANS
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Grains Make half of your grains whole Some examples of grains are: oatmeal, wheat, rye,  and barley Whole grain wheat bread is better for you than white  bread Cereals are grains, like Cheerios, Mini-Wheats, and  Bran Flakes Children should have  6 servings of grains a day
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Vegetables Vary your veggies Vegetables include carrots, broccoli, beans, peppers,  lettuce, and tomatoes You need green, orange, and red – vary your colors for  the best balance of vitamins and nutrients Children need 2 ½  cups of vegetables a day
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Fruits Focus on fruits Fruits contain a wide variety of vitamins
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