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    Your Nutrients Choose Your Nutrients Nutrient Power Test Your Nutrients Knowledge Summary Grade 5 The Food Label Using the Food Label Planning a Classroom Celebration Summary Grade 6 Influences on Healthy Eating Case Studies Your Personal Guidelines for Healthy Eating Summary Grade 7 Classifying Food and Beverages Trans Fat Classifying Food and Beverages Categories Understanding the 80 20 Rule Summary Grade 8 Using the Nutrition Standards Apply the 80 20

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/module/module1/grade3 (2016-02-17)
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    Food and Beverages Trans Fat Classifying Food and Beverages Categories Understanding the 80 20 Rule Summary Grade 8 Using the Nutrition Standards Apply the 80 20 Rule Identify Safe Practices Promoting Healthy Eating In Your School Summary Processed and Unprocessed Food PLAY PAUSE STOP Unprocessed food in its most natural form often has more nutrients and is the healthiest choice Most of these foods do not have packages or nutrition

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/module/module1/grade3/processed-and-unprocessed-food (2016-02-17)
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    I PLAY PAUSE STOP It s important to know specific characteristics about food and beverages like what food group they re from where they re grown or produced and if they re processed or not PLAY PAUSE STOP Read the following clues and select the image of the food being described I am from the Vegetables and Fruit food group I am not processed I am grown in Ontario What am I Bananas are indeed a healthy snack but they aren t grown in Ontario Try again Bread is not from the Vegetables and Fruit food group It belongs to the Grain Products food group Try again That s correct Apples are a very healthy food choice from Ontario They are in the Vegetables and Fruit food group Scroll down and try another one PLAY PAUSE STOP Read the following clues and select the image of the food being described I come in a package and cannot be recycled I am from the Vegetables and Fruit food group I am healthier when I am baked instead of fried What am I Orange is a healthy choice but it s not packaged Try another food Chocolate bars aren t in the Vegetables and Fruit food group Please try again That s correct Nice work Potato chips are healthier when they re baked instead of fried Keep scrolling down to try more PLAY PAUSE STOP Read the following clues and select the image of the food being described I am from the Vegetables and Fruit food group I may contain added sugar I come in a package and can be partly recycled What am I Granola bars belong to the Grain Products food group Try again While broccoli is a healthy choice from the Vegetables and Fruit food group it doesn t

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/module/module1/grade3/who-am-i (2016-02-17)
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    Healthy Eating Case Studies Your Personal Guidelines for Healthy Eating Summary Grade 7 Classifying Food and Beverages Trans Fat Classifying Food and Beverages Categories Understanding the 80 20 Rule Summary Grade 8 Using the Nutrition Standards Apply the 80 20 Rule Identify Safe Practices Promoting Healthy Eating In Your School Summary Making Healthy Choices PLAY PAUSE STOP There are many factors that can affect the type of food or beverage

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/module/module1/grade3/making-healthy-choices (2016-02-17)
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    Nutrient Power Test Your Nutrients Knowledge Summary Grade 5 The Food Label Using the Food Label Planning a Classroom Celebration Summary Grade 6 Influences on Healthy Eating Case Studies Your Personal Guidelines for Healthy Eating Summary Grade 7 Classifying Food and Beverages Trans Fat Classifying Food and Beverages Categories Understanding the 80 20 Rule Summary Grade 8 Using the Nutrition Standards Apply the 80 20 Rule Identify Safe Practices Promoting

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/module/module1/grade3/summary (2016-02-17)
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    Nutrient Power Test Your Nutrients Knowledge Summary Grade 5 The Food Label Using the Food Label Planning a Classroom Celebration Summary Grade 6 Influences on Healthy Eating Case Studies Your Personal Guidelines for Healthy Eating Summary Grade 7 Classifying Food and Beverages Trans Fat Classifying Food and Beverages Categories Understanding the 80 20 Rule Summary Grade 8 Using the Nutrition Standards Apply the 80 20 Rule Identify Safe Practices Promoting

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/module/module1/grade4 (2016-02-17)
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    Choices Summary Grade 4 Know Your Nutrients Choose Your Nutrients Nutrient Power Test Your Nutrients Knowledge Summary Grade 5 The Food Label Using the Food Label Planning a Classroom Celebration Summary Grade 6 Influences on Healthy Eating Case Studies Your Personal Guidelines for Healthy Eating Summary Grade 7 Classifying Food and Beverages Trans Fat Classifying Food and Beverages Categories Understanding the 80 20 Rule Summary Grade 8 Using the Nutrition Standards Apply the 80 20 Rule Identify Safe Practices Promoting Healthy Eating In Your School Summary Know Your Nutrients Orange juice is a significant source of vitamin C which helps your immune system Each nutrient shown in the list below plays its own special part in helping your body Take a look at the definitions beside each list When you think you know which nutrient the definition applies to make the appropriate selection from the list Carbohydrate Fat Minerals Protein Vitamins Water 1 Provides calories or energy for your muscles and brain Answer Carbohydrate 2 Provides calories or energy builds and repairs body tissue Answer Protein 3 Provides calories or energy carries and stores vitamins helps keep the body warm and cushions the skin and bones and internal organs Answer

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/module/module1/grade4/know-your-nutrients (2016-02-17)
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    Nutrient Power Test Your Nutrients Knowledge Summary Grade 5 The Food Label Using the Food Label Planning a Classroom Celebration Summary Grade 6 Influences on Healthy Eating Case Studies Your Personal Guidelines for Healthy Eating Summary Grade 7 Classifying Food and Beverages Trans Fat Classifying Food and Beverages Categories Understanding the 80 20 Rule Summary Grade 8 Using the Nutrition Standards Apply the 80 20 Rule Identify Safe Practices Promoting Healthy Eating In Your School Summary Choose Your Nutrients For each nutrient below select the checkbox by the 2 items you think contain the most of the specified nutrient Carbohydrate select 2 Pasta correct Nice work Carbohydrates are the key nutrient in pasta Bread correct Nice work Carbohydrates are the key nutrient in bread Butter Watermelon Water select 2 Bread Apple Watermelon Correct Well done The key nutrient in watermelon is water Glass of Water Correct Well done Fat select 2 Vegetable Oil Correct Nicely done The key nutrient in vegetable oil is fat Butter Correct Nicely done The key nutrient in butter is fat Glass of Water Bread Protein select 2 Chicken Correct Fantastic The key nutrient in chicken is protein Rice Eggs Correct Fantastic The key nutrient in

    Original URL path: http://hs.curriculum.org/module/module1/grade4/choose-your-nutrients (2016-02-17)
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