ch. 8 dietary Guidelines

what do Dietary guidelines do for american ?

a. health risk - is the likelihood of developing health problems such as heart disease, diabetes.



b. diet- is an eating plan diet refers to everything you eat and drink.

getting enough nutrients within your calorie needs.

a.your age, gender, gender,activity level and whether you are trying to gain, maintain or lose weight.


b.nutrient-dense food - is a food that provide high amounts of vitamins and minerals for relatively few calories.

how to maintain a healthy weight.

a .risk factor - is a condition that increases your chances of developing a problem .


b. health problems related to much underweight. are diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure , arthritis .


c.health risk of being underweight people may need to increase their weight

suggestions for being physically active every day.

a. 2 ways active living helps you are control your weight. and it strengthen your heart and flexibility.


b. how much physical activity should a teen get ? they should get 60 minutes or more.


c2 guidelines for your daily schedule is to get involved in a team or individual sport , and spend less time watching tv and more time doing fun activities.

importance of whole grains, fruits, vegetables and milk.

a. 3 reasons these food are healthy. they are healthy because they are nutrient rich , cholesterol free, and naturally low in fats and calories


b. the benfits of these food are that they help protect

how to limit fats and cholestrol

saturated fats and unsaturated fats


b.heart disease


c.what how much calories you have in food