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About Health Benefits and Detriments Numbers Nutrients Miscellaneous
100
What are starches, dairy, fruits, vegetables, and foods/drinks with added sugars.
Name the food categories that contain carbohydrates.
100
What is sugar.
Too much of this carbohydrate type can contribute to weight gain.
100
What is 4 tsp or 19 grams of sugar per day.
The American Heart Association recommends children between the age of 4 - 6 should limit sugar to this many teaspoons or grams per day.
100
What are B vitamins and fiber.
Whole grains contain contain two important nutrients.
100
What are starches, dairy, fruits, vegetables.
Two food groups that contain naturally occurring sugars.
200
What is energy.
Carbohydrates provide the main source of this to the body.
200
What is Starch.
Type of carbohydrate that results in stable blood sugar levels and longer lasting satiety.
200
45-65% of required calories.
The Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Ranges of carbohydrates for people ages 2-51+.
200
What are fiber and water.
Two nutrients contained in fruits and vegetables that help keep digestion healthy.
200
What is 95 grams.
The adequate intake (AI) for carbohydrates per day for a 6 - 12 mo old.
300
What is sugar.
Fruits, vegetables, and dairy all contain this simple carbohydrate.
300
What is diabetes or obesity.
Name one health condition complex carbohydrates can help to prevent.
300
25 - 30 grams.
Adults should consume this much fiber per day.
300
What are dairy products.
To help limit calories and saturated fat, consider using these low-fat versions.
300
What are any four of the following: white bread, baked goods made with white flour, potato chips, desserts, candy, candy bars, ice cream, canned fruit, juices, fruit drinks, soda pop and sweetened beverages like energy drinks, gatorade, sweetened coffee.
Name at least four refined and highly processed drinks and foods that should be limited.
400
What are carbohydrates.
Sugar, starch, and fiber are all types of this macronutrient.
400
What is fiber.
Type of carbohydrate that aids digestion and helps regulate blood sugar, lower cholesterol, and provide longer lasting satiety.
400
What is 1600 calories.
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2020-2025 recommends this many calories for a female child who is 9 - 13 years old.
400
What are Legumes.
These carbohydrates are high in folate and protein, potassium, iron and magnesium and contain healthy fats and fiber.
400
630 - 910 calories from complex carbohydrates / day.
The Calories from complex Carbohydrates needed per day for a 4 - 8 year old male based on the Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Ranges (AMDR).
500
What is starch.
Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and cooked beans and peas all contain this type of carbohydrate.
500
What are diabetes, high cholesterol.
Name two health conditions simple carbohydrates can contribute to.
500
What are children younger than 2 years old.
The age group that should avoid added sugars in foods and beverages.
500
What are refined grains.
These carbohydrates should be limited because the hull and part of the nutrients have been stripped away, which raises blood sugar and results in quick digestion.
500
What are fruit juice and dried fruit.
Two types of foods to limit due to having concentrated amounts of natural sugar and more calories.




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