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2015-2020 dietary guidelines (particularly limits)

1. healthy eating throughout lifespan


2. Variety, nutrient density, portions


3. Limit empty kcal from added sugars, saturated fats, and lower sodium


4. Healthier food and beverages


5. Healthy eating patterns

Know the recommended food groups in MyPlate and be able to identify a healthy choice within each group

Based on 2000 Cal


Fruit 2c


Vegetables 2.5c


Grains 6oz


Protein 5.5oz


Milk and products 3c


List and define the diet-planning principles: A, B, C, D, M and V

Adequacy: meets the nutritional requirements


Balance: all nutrients represented


kCalorie: not too many empty calories


Density: nutrient dense food


Moderation: don't over indulge in one category


Variety: variety of foods provide variety of nutrients

Define: empty calories, enriched, fortified (identify the most highly fortified foods)

-Empty calories provide energy but little to no nutrients


-enriched: nutrients lost during processing added back


-fortified, nutrients added, cereals breads

Which food group is most typically consumed in amounts greater than the amounts recommended by the USDA?

Protein

Be able to identify a common source of Omega-3 fatty acids.

Salmon

Distinguish between vegan (diets exclude what kind of products?) omnivore, lacto-ovo-vegetarian

Omnivore: meat and plant


Vegan: no animal products


Lacto ovo vegetarian: eggs and dairy products, plants, no meat