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Meal Plan Fruits and Vegetables Macronutrients Food Facts Name That Snack
100
Grain, protein, dairy, fruit/vegetable
What are the necessary components needed at each meal?
100
Tomato
This red fruit (most often thought of as a vegetable) can be put on a hamburger
100
Carbohydrates, Protein, Fat
What are the 3 types of macronutrients
100
Raisin
Drying grapes for several days will give you this fruit
100
Goldfish
Fish-shaped cheese crackers
200
Grain
What is considered the "shirt"
200
Pumpkin
This orange fruit (commonly thought of as a vegetable) is the best known symbol of Halloween
200
Dairy, beans, starchy vegetables, fruit, grains, baked goods, candy
Name 3 sources of carbohydrates
200
Yogurt
This food in the dairy group contains live cultures and can be bought whipped, mixed with fruit, or frozen
200
Chips
A snack food in the form of a crisp, flat or slightly bowl shaped, bite-sized unit. They are often served with a dip or with a sandwich
300
Protein
What is considered the "pants"
300
Kiwi
This green fruit has a funny name and a fuzzy outside, but sweet on the inside.
300
Carbohydrates
What is the body's PRIMARY source of energy
300
Prunes
What is another name for dried plums
300
Granola Bar
A bar made of a mixture of oats and other ingredients (such as chocolate chips, raisins, coconut, or nuts)
400
Dairy
What is considered the "shoes"
400
Carrot
Among all the vegetables, this vegetable has the largest content of vitamin A
400
Vitamin A, D, E and K
What are the 4 fat soluble vitamins
400
Calcium
Milk contains this mineral that helps build strong bones and teeth
400
Pretzel
A crispy snack or a soft, baked good. It has a knot-like, twisted shape and are usually salty
500
No
Would this meal meet the meal plan requirements:
Steak, baked potato, green beans
500
Mushroom
This white vegetable can be sliced and put on pizza, sautéed and eaten with steak or chopped and put on top of a salad.
500
Soy and Quinoa
There are 9 essential amino acids. Most plant proteins do not contain all 9 essential amino acids and must be paired with the other amino acids to make a complete protein. Complementary proteins are 2 incomplete proteins that can be combined to provide all 9 essential amino acids together. Examples include rice and beans or a peanut butter sandwich
Name a plant protein that is a complete protein
500
Food Pyramid
What was the previous food group model named that was created before MyPlate?
500
Raisinsy
A small fruit that can be covered in yogurt or chocolate




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