Amount of sugar in soda/pop. Alot of people say " I only have 1 coke a day. Surely that alone can't derail or halt your fat loss goals right?" Well... Yeah. It does. On the left is 1 soda at a whopping 16.25 teaspoons of sugar per 20 oz. bottle. In the middle is 1 week of sodas at 1/day. Yep. That's over 1 pound of sugar. On the right... 1 month. 455 teaspoons of sugar!!!! Or over 4 lbs. The AVERAGE AMERICAN eats 77lbs of ADDED sugar per year and I'll bet you plenty of people think "well…
This is a brochure I made with my students, in which they wrote about the five food groups. I compiled my information using the website for Choose My Plate (www.choosemyplate.gov). This brochure was completed during a unit on healthy eating, which my second grade team and I related back to Dragon Gets By. (HM, Theme 1, Selection 1, Common Core)
Teach your kids why fruit is healthier than fruit snacks, foods high in salt aren't good for you, and what fiber does for our bodies with two great FREE nutrition printables: an activity book and snack evaluation worksheet.
Fooducate. Students will analyze the food label and tell what is good vs. what is bad in this food product. We will then scan it to see what score it gets. Note: They use a different grading system then I do. (Different criteria. Must explain to students. Find this information at website under "about". http://blog.fooducate.com/nutrition-101/