41. My Revision Notes: CCEA GCSE Home Economics: Food and Nutrition.

Anderson, Nicola and Thomson, Claire (2018) 41. My Revision Notes: CCEA GCSE Home Economics: Food and Nutrition. Hodder Education Group, 2018. ProQuest Ebook Central. ISBN 9781471899331

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Anderson, Nicola, and Claire Thomson. My Revision Notes: CCEA GCSE Home Economics: Food and Nutrition, Hodder Education Group, 2018. ProQuest Ebook Central, http://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/polije-ebooks/detail.action?docID=5330690. Created from polije-ebooks on 2019-12-26 23:46:27. 3 Food and nutrition for good health Consumers are exposed to a wide range of information about healthy eating and, over time, this can become confusing. Consistent messages are needed to promote healthy, well-balanced eating patterns. To achieve this goal the government recommends that we follow the advice from the Eatwell Guide. The food and drinks we should consume to have a healthy, balanced diet. The proportions and different types of foods and drinks we should consume to have a healthy, balanced diet. Food provides nutrients that the body needs to stay alive and work well. However, as no single food provides all the nutrients required, it is essential to eat a balanced diet, with a range of foods from all five food groups. While it may not be possible to achieve this at every meal, it is important that the overall balance of the diet is healthy. Most of the food we eat is in the form of dishes or meals with more than one food group – for example, soups, stews, lasagne and pizza. These are called composite meals and they contain several food groups. When making healthy choices it is important to identify how the main ingredients in composite dishes reflect the proportions of the Eatwell Guide. The Eatwell Guide should be used to maximise health and well-being when shopping for food, cooking at home, eating out and meal planning. Food group What’s included How much? Tips Fruit and vegetables. All fruit and vegetables, including fresh, frozen, canned, dried and juiced varieties. Potatoes do not count as they are considered a starchy carbohydrate food. Eat plenty of fruit and vegetables. Aim for at least five portions of a variety of fruit and vegetables every day. Limit fruit juice and smoothies to a combined total of 150 ml, which is one of your five a day.

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