Serving sizes are more realistic to what people actually eat 3Vitamin D and

Serving sizes are more realistic to what people

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2.Serving sizes are more realistic to what people actually eat 3.Vitamin D and potassium are now required on label Explain Take Notes in your notebooks on the following PowerPoint (remember notes might be useful on your final exam!) Nutrition Label Notes Apply 1. Create a meal (1 portion) which includes foods from all 5 food groups (example breakfast burrito, taco salad) ** Your group must agree on same food choice! 2. Find a recipe for this food on the All Recipes website. 3. Use this recipe to create a custom Nutrition Facts label on the Recipal website. You will need to create an account. 4. Fill in a shopping list for your food (as a group) Share Download and save your completed Nutrition Facts Label as a picture to your H:Drive. Upload it onto our Nutrition Facts Label Padlet In the caption for your label photo, include your name and a creative name for your product. Most creative label name wins a prize!
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Reflect In Red complete the following below: Your GLOW is one thing you feel good about that you learned today. Your GROW is one area that you will change or want to improve in your own nutrition based on today’s activity. GLOW: I feel good about learning how to properly read the nutrition labels on all the food I eat GROW: I want to improve on actually paying attention to the serving sizes and obeying them Extend Complete the label comparison activity which is set up around the room. Compare 2 similar foods to each other and decide which option you would choose and why! Play the Snack Shack game to test your knowledge of reading the Nutrition Facts label. Use Mrs. Gaeta’s Blue Apron Nutrition Facts labels to complete the following analysis sheet. Food Item: ____________________________
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  • Fall '17
  • Mrs. Wetherstein
  • Nutrition, Nutrition facts label

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