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Food Guide Pyramid.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Guide Pyramid is an outline for making daily food choices for a healthful diet. Researchers now know that eating a healthful diet reduces the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, certain cancers, and the most common type of diabetes.
The pyramid shape is related to the recommended daily amounts of food from each of five major groups and from a sixth grouping of “extras”. Most people should eat more servings of foods from groups closer to the base and fewer servings of food from groups closer to the trip.
For good health you need foods from the five major food groups shown in the Food Guide Pyramid. At the base of the Pyramid is the Bread Group, which includes bread, cereal, rice, and paste. On the next level are the Vegetable Group – including yellow, root, and green leafy vegetables – and the Fruit Group. On the third level are the Milk Group – which includes milk, yogurt, and cheese – and the Meat Group, which includes meat, poultry, fish, dry beans, eggs, and nuts. The sixth grouping – Fats, Oils, and Sweets – is shown at the tip of the Pyramid; these extras are grouped together because they each should be used sparingly.
The knowledge of this theme “Food” makes these practical and theoretical valuable for those who wanted to grow thin or to grow fat.
Also material of this report is incased knowledge and enriched this theme. It is the help for English teachers and students who want to know more than they have in their books.