The Food Pyramid

The Food Pyramid

THE FOOD PYRAMID By Leah Starck TEKS

115.5. Health Education, Grade 3. A) Knowledge and Skills 1. Health Behaviors. The Student explains ways to

enhance and maintain health throughout their lifespan. Student is expected to: A. Describe food combinations in a balanced diet such as a food pyramid.

ESSENTIAL QUESTION: What is a balanced diet? UNIT

QUESTION: What are the 6 different food groups in the food pyramid?

GRAINS Eat at least 6 servings a day! VEGETABLE GROUP Eat at least 3 servings per day!

FRUIT GROUP Eat at least 2 servings per day! DAIRY GROUP

Eat at least 2 servings per day! MEAT GROUP Eat at least 2 servings per day!

FATS AND SWEETS GROUP EAT LESS! WORKS CITED http://www.drpbody.com/ nutrition.html

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