According to the Grains Heading/Section, what should you eat to fulfill this category?
According to the Grains Section, how do you measure the grains you eat on a daily basis?
According to the Vegetables Section, what is considered a vegetable?
How should you measure your daily vegetable intake? Which vegetable do you think is most important to eat on a daily basis?
According to the fruit section, what types of fruits should you eat and why?
According to the dairy section, what is considered as a source of dairy?
What can you do to fulfill your dairy intake, if you cannot drink milk?
How are meats and beans classified? Why are they classified in this manner?
According to the chart, which of these should you limit?
A broiled fish
B orange vegetables
C nuts and seeds
D fruit juices
Why are beans, which are vegetables, listed in the meat column?
A Beans are a type of meat.
B Beans and meat are both good sources of protein.
C Beans and meat are often eaten together.
D Beans are not green or orange.
In which column would advice about choosing a healthful bread go?
What information does the second item under Dairy give?
A how to know if you are allergic to milk
B where to buy dairy products
C how to get enough calcium without drinking milk
D which foods and drinks contain a lot of calcium
What information in the chart would be helpful to someone who is trying to figure out how much food from each group to buy? Explain your answer in a complete sentence. Your explanation should be supported by an inference chart that you will create on loose leaf paper.
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