Chapter 2 review - Chapter 2 Designing a Healthful Diet...

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Chapter 2 Designing a Healthful Diet Objectives: Chapter 2 Designing a Healthful Diet Objectives: Identify the characteristics of a healthy diet Name five components that must be on a food label and use a food label to determine the quality/adequacy of a given food Describe the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and discuss how these Guidelines can be used to create a healthy diet Explain how MyPyramid can be used to create a healthy diet Discuss the characteristics of the DASH diet A Healthful Diet is: Adequate Moderate Balanced Varied Concept of Nutrient Density Concept of Energy Density Designing a Healthful Diet The tools for designing a healthful diet may include Food labels Dietary Guidelines for Americans MyPyramid—the Food Guide Pyramid Eating plans
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Food Labels: The FDA requires food labels on most products. These labels must include the following five components: 1. Serving size and servings per container
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