Dietary Guidelines

By. Laron Howard

1. What do the Dietary Guidelines do for Americans?

b.When you put your health at risk by not eating healthy or exercising.


c.A diet is a type of food a person eats to lose weight and to get in better health.

2. Getting enough nutrients within your calorie needs.

d.Your age,Your gender,Your metabolism and your activity level.


E.Salmon,kale,Seaweed,Garlic,Shellfish,Potatoes and Liver are all foods that are full of nutrients.

3.How to maintain a healthy weight.

b.Risk factor is putting your self at risk to illness or injury.

c.Obesity

d.Starvation

e.Regular diet or a vegan diet

4.Suggestions for being physically active every day.

b.Better physical health and more nutrients and energy.

c.60 minutes a day

d.60 minutes of physical activity a day and healthy eating

5.Importance of whole grains, fruits, vegetables and milk

b.Nutrients,Vitamins and carbons

c.More energy and better physical health

d.breakfast,lunch and dinner

6.How to limit fats and cholesterol

b.unsaturated fats and trans fat

c.Cardiovascular disease

d.Eat foods then exercise

7.Be choosy about carbohydrates

b.fruit and milk

c.Cereal and peanut butter

d.the more sugar you eat the higher your blood pressure.

8.Why reduce sodium and increase potassium?

b. sodium's help control blood sugar

c.high blood sugar

d.Potassium is a very important mineral for the proper function of all cells.

Avoid alcohol

b.drunk driving,illness and bad behavior

10.Why is food safety an important part of the Dietary Guidelines?

Food safety could keep you in good health not only physically but mentally as well