1 Canada s Food Guide Jeopardy Drafted: July 2008 Revised: December 2012
2 Eating Well with Canada s Food Guide Veg & Fruit Grain Products Milk & Alternatives Meat & Alternatives Physical Activity Miscellaneous
3 Eating Well with Canada s Food Guide How many food groups are there in Canada s Food Guide?
4 Eating Well with Canada s Food Guide Four (4) food groups.
5 Eating Well with Canada s Food Guide What food group does the blue rainbow arc represent in Canada s Food Guide?
6 Eating Well with Canada s Food Guide Milk and Alternatives food group.
7 Eating Well with Canada s Food Guide According to Eating Well with Canada s Food Guide, you should satisfy your thirst with: a. Milk b. Pop c. Water d. Gatorade e. All of the above
8 Eating Well with Canada s Food Guide c. Water
9 Eating Well with Canada s Food Guide Which food group does French fries belong to? a. Grain Products b. Meat and Alternatives c. Milk and Alternatives d. Vegetable and Fruits e. None of the above
10 Eating Well with Canada s Food Guide Which food group does French fries belong to? a. Grain Products b. Meat and Alternatives c. Milk and Alternatives d. Vegetable and Fruits e. None of the above
11 Eating Well with Canada s Food Guide Why is it important that you eat the daily recommended number of Food Guide servings for your age (rather than eating too much or too little number of servings)?
12 Eating Well with Canada s Food Guide Having the right amount of food recommended in Canada s Food Guide will help: Meet your needs for vitamins, minerals and other important nutrients. Reduce your risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, certain types of cancer and osteoporosis. Contribute to your overall health and vitality.
13 Vegetables and Fruit Name 3 green leafy vegetables.
14 Vegetables and Fruit Romaine Lettuce Spinach Cabbage Kale Collard greens Swiss Chard Bok Choy
15 Vegetables and Fruit Most people think Milk and Alternatives are the only sources of Calcium, but other foods are rich in calcium as well, such as. a. Peaches b. Raisins c. Green beans d. Broccoli e. All of the above
16 Vegetables and Fruit d. Broccoli
17 Vegetables and Fruit Vegetables and fruit are a good source of : a. Protein b. Fat c. Vitamins and Minerals d. None of the above
18 Vegetables and Fruit c. Vitamins and Minerals
19 Vegetables and Fruit According to Eating Well with Canada s Food Guide, how many servings of vegetables and fruit should you eat everyday?
20 Vegetables and Fruit 2-400
21 Vegetables and Fruit Which of the following contains two (2) servings of vegetables and fruit? a. One cup green salad b. One cup 100% juice c. ½ cup canned vegetables d. One medium apple e. All of the above
22 Vegetables and Fruit b. One cup 100% juice
23 Grain Products Cereals, breads and pasta are our body s main source of : a. Minerals b. Protein c. Carbohydrates d. Fat e. None of the above
24 Grain Products c. Carbohydrates
25 Grain Products Choose the two (2) Grains Products from the following list: a. Peanuts b. Barley c. Soybeans d. Almonds e. Oats
26 Grain Products b. Barley AND e. Oats
27 Grain Products The component (or part) of Grain Products that the human body cannot break down is called : a. Cholesterol b. Saturated fat c. Fibre d. Protein e. None of the above
28 Grain Products c. Fibre
29 Grain Products If you re looking for the bread that has the most fibre, what would you look for on the ingredient list? a. Multi grain b. Whole wheat flour c. Enriched wheat flour d. Unbleached flour e. All of the above
30 Grain Products b. Whole wheat flour
31 Grain Products Match the following with their correct # of serving sizes: a. 3 slices of brown bread I. 2 servings b. 1 Bagel II. 3 servings c. 2 cups cooked Rice III. 4 servings
32 Grain Products Match the following with their correct # of serving sizes: a. 3 slices of brown bread I. 2 servings b. 1 Bagel II. 3 servings c. 2 cups cooked Rice III. 4 servings
33 Milk and Alternatives Name 3 foods that contain milk?
34 Milk and Alternatives Cheese, Yogurt, Butter milk, Powdered milk, Milk based soups, Puddings made with milk, Kefir.
35 Milk and Alternatives How many servings of Milk and Alternatives are recommended in Canada s Food Guide for your age group? a. 2 b. 2-3 c. 3 d. 3-4
36 Milk and Alternatives 4-200
37 Milk and Alternatives Which snack would be the best choice when you need something quick and healthy before your soccer game? a. A power bar b. A single-size (250ml) carton of skim, 1% or 2% plain or chocolate milk c. A few slices of turkey d. A bag of chips e. All of the above
38 Milk and Alternatives b. A single-size (250ml) carton of skim, 1% or 2% plain or chocolate milk
39 Milk and Alternatives If a person has lactose intolerance and is not able to consume enough servings of milk, what could he/she eat or drink instead?
40 Milk and Alternatives Fortified Soy beverages Cheese and yogurt Other fortified beverages (orange juice, etc.) Tofu Almonds
41 Milk and Alternatives Milk and Alternatives are not only great sources of Calcium, but they are also great sources of? (hint: this is also referred to as the Sunshine Vitamin )
42 Milk and Alternatives Milk and Alternatives are not only great sources of Calcium, but they are also great sources of? Vitamin D (hint: this is also referred to as the Sunshine Vitamin )
43 Meat and Alternatives What is the size of one (1) serving of cooked meat?
44 Meat and Alternatives g, or 2½ oz., or 125 ml or ½ cup, palm of your hand, deck of cards.
45 Meat and Alternatives Name two (2) foods that grow in oceans, rivers or lakes?
46 Meat and Alternatives Fish Shrimp Prawns Clams Mussels Shellfish Scallops Crab Oysters Shark Octopus Squid
47 Meat and Alternatives Give three (3) examples of Meat Alternatives.
48 Tofu (soy) Legumes (dried peas, beans lentils etc.) Nuts and seeds Nut and nut alternative butters Meat and Alternatives 5-300
49 Meat and Alternatives According to Eating Well with Canada s Food Guide, how many times a week should you eat fish?
50 Meat and Alternatives Twice (2 X s) a week.
51 Meat and Alternatives Why is Iron an important part of your diet and how can you make sure you are eating enough?
52 Meat and Alternatives Iron is found in our red blood cells and it helps to carry oxygen to every cell in our body! ensure you are eating enough iron-rich foods (animal sources: meat, fish, poultry; plant sources: legumes, dried fruit, nuts, dark green/orange veg and fruit, fortified grain products), have a source of vitamin C with your iron-rich foods
53 Physical Activity True or False; to stay as healthy as you can, physical activity needs to be a part of your daily routine - just like brushing your teeth. a. True b. False
54 Physical Activity a. True
55 Physical Activity What you should NOT do right before you plan to be physically active? a. Eat b. Warm up exercises c. Drink plenty of water d. None of the above
56 Physical Activity a. Eat
57 Physical Activity Which of the following is NOT considered physical activity? a. Swimming b. Going for a walk with family or friends c. Yoga d. Playing a video game e. None of the above
58 Physical Activity d. Playing a video game
59 Physical Activity According to Eating Well with Canada s Food Guide, how long should children and youth be active for each and every day?
60 Physical Activity minutes of moderate to vigorous activity per day.
61 Physical Activity List two (2) physical benefits and one (1) mental/emotional benefit of regular physical activity.
62 Physical Activity Physical: Improves fitness (cardiovascular, flexibility, strength), less disease in later life, helps keep weight at a natural set-point, increases energy, strengthens bones and muscles. Mental/ Emotional: improves self-esteem, increases relaxation, reduces stress, improves concentration
63 Miscellaneous What is the most important meal of the day? a. Breakfast b. Mid-morning snack c. Lunch d. Afternoon snack e. Dinner
64 Miscellaneous a. Breakfast
65 Miscellaneous What does having vitality mean?
66 Miscellaneous 7-200
67 Miscellaneous Should you ever avoid any foods? What are some foods and beverages that you should aim to eat less of?
68 Miscellaneous No, you should never avoid any foods as ALL foods and beverages fit into a healthy eating lifestyle. However, foods and beverages that should be eaten in very small amounts are items high in sugar, salt or fat. Examples are: cakes, cookies, pastries, chocolates, candies, doughnuts, ice cream, frozen desserts, fast food, processed meats, french fries, chips, nachos and other salty snacks, and sugary beverages like soft drinks, ice tea, energy drinks, fruit beverages and sweetened hot or cold beverages.
69 Miscellaneous What are two (2) ways to make healthy choices when eating out?
70 Miscellaneous order a smaller size order water instead of pop order a salad instead of fries add extra vegetables to your order share the entrée with someone or take half of your meal home order sauces or dressing on the side hold the cheese (or other extras) ask for whole wheat ask for the baked version
71 Miscellaneous What can you read on food packaging labels that will help you when shopping for nutritious food? a. Price b. Nutrition facts table c. Brand name d. Ingredient list e. b. and d.
72 Miscellaneous What can you read on food packaging labels that will help you when shopping for nutritious food? a. b. Nutrition facts table c. d. Ingredient list e. b. and d.
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