Chapter 8 Dietary Guidelines
What do the Dietary Guidelines do for Americans?
A. You could have problems or get diabetes.
B. a special course of food to which a special course of food to which one restricts oneself.
Getting enough nutrients within you calorie needs.
B. High in vitamin and minerals.
How to maintain a healthy weight.
B. Diabetes, Heart disease, High blood pressure, Some types of cancer, Arthritis.
C. Does not have body fat as an energy reserve, Suffer health problems, Need to increase weight.
D. Eat fruits and veggies, exercise for more than 60 mins a day.
Suggestions for being physically active every day.
B. 60 mins a day.
C. Get involved in a team or individual sport, Walk briskly or ride a bike rather than ride in a car or bus.
Importance of whole grains, fruits, vegetables and milk.
B. Protect from heart disease and cancer.
C. Make whole-grain products the star of your meals, Enjoy fruit or vegetables with meal or snacks, Eat fruit instead of sugary dessert.
How to limit fats and cholesterol.
B. Heart disease
C. Cutting back on fat usually lowers cholesterol intake, Read food labels to compare the amount of total fat, saturate fat, trans fat, and cholesterol in foods.
Be choosy about carbohydrates.
B. Candy and soft drinks
C. Promote tooth decay
Why reduce sodium and increase potassium
B. High blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke.
C. Helps counteract sodiums effects on blood pressure.