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Nutrition Ch.2

Food Choices and Diet Planning

QuestionAnswer
A measure of nutrients in a food compared to its energy values or calories Nutrient Density
Fruit and Vegetables- 4 servings/day Breads and Cereal- 4 servings/day Milk- 2 servings/day Meat- 2 servings/day Four Food Group Plan
Bread and Cereals- 6 to 11 servings Vegetables- 3 to 5 servings Fruits- 2 to 4 servings Meat- 2 to 3 servings Milk- about 2 servings Fat and Sweets- use sparely Daily Food Guide
Characterized foods according to their carbohydrate, fat, and protein content Exchange Lists
Food plan for a medical condition Therapeutic Diet
People who do not eat meat Vegetarians
Eat milk or milk products Lactovegetarians
Eat eggs Ovovegetarians
Look like another, but nutritionally inferior Imitation
A nutritional equal that can take the place of another Substitute
Cooking style Cuisine
Forbidden in family/ culture Taboo
Prepared according to Jewish laws and traditions Kosher
Created by: Futuredoctor09