Published on March 5, 2008
Slide2: www.fns.usda.gov/tn/HealthierUS/index.html Slide3: www.fns.usda.gov/tn/ HealthierUS/index.html Slide4: 3 DIFFERENT FRUITS PER WEEK 5 DIFFERENT VEGETABLES PER WEEK DARK GREEN OR ORANGE 3 OR MORE/WEEK Slide5: EXAMPLES OF DARK GREEN/ORANGE VEGETABLES Acorn Squash Beet and Mustard Greens Bok Choy Broccoli Butternut Squash Carrots Collard Greens Dark Green Leaf Lettuces or Salad Greens FOOD & NUTRIENT GUIDANCE http://www.fns.usda. gov/tn/HealthierUS/ index.html Hubbard Squash Kale Pumpkin Romaine Lettuce Spinach Sweet Potatoes or Yams Turnip Greens Watercress Slide7: 3 DIFFERENT FRUITS PER WEEK 5 DIFFERENT VEGETABLES PER WEEK FRESH OR RAW 3 OR MORE DAYS/WEEK Slide8: 3 DIFFERENT FRUITS PER WEEK 5 DIFFERENT VEGETABLES PER WEEK GOOD SOURCE OF VITAMIN C DAILY Slide9: AND MANY MORE— SEE FOOD/NUTRIENT GUIDANCE Slide10: 4 DIFFERENT ENTREES OR MEAT/MEAT ALTERNATES/WK HIGHER FAT ENTREES no more than 1/week. ≥40% CALORIES FROM FAT (EXCLUDING NUTS, SEEDS, NUT BUTTERS) Slide11: COOKED LEGUMES (DRIED BEANS/PEAS)—1 OR MORE /WEEK Varieties of beans other than green beans. Dried beans are available uncooked in sealed bags or pre-cooked in cans. Slide13: WHOLE-GRAIN FOODS OFFERED 3 OR MORE TIMES / WEEK WHOLE GRAIN IS THE PRIMARY INGREDIENT Slide14: WHOLE-GRAIN FOODS OFFERED 3 OR MORE TIMES / WEEK WHOLE GRAIN INGREDIENTS: WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR CRACKED WHEAT GRAHAM FLOUR BROWN RICE OATMEAL WHOLE CORN Slide15: TO MEET THE WHOLE GRAIN REQUIREMENT: Slide16: (3) Where the first listed grain ingredient is not identified clearly as a whole grain (for example, the first grain ingredient is listed as “Corn”), contact the manufacturer; or If the first listed grain ingredient is not whole grain, but other whole grains are listed which, when added together, are at least 51% by weight of the total grains used in the product; or HEALTHIERUS SCHOOL CHALLENGE: WHOLE GRAINS RESOURCE HEALTHIERUS SCHOOL CHALLENGE: WHOLE GRAINS RESOURCE Slide17: (5) If the food product carries the whole-grain health claim on its product label : “Diets rich in whole grain foods and other plant foods and low in total fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol, may help reduce the risk of heart disease and certain cancers.” HEALTHIERUS SCHOOL CHALLENGE: WHOLE GRAINS RESOURCE Slide18: TWO OR MORE SOURCES OF IRON OFFERED DAILY .8 MG OR MORE PER SERVING Slide19: MANY MORE ON USDA FOOD/NUTRIENT GUIDANCE Slide20: LOW FAT (1%) AND/OR SKIM (NONFAT) MILK OFFERED DAILY Slide24: HEALTHIERUS SCHOOLS CHALLENGE MENU Slide25: Choice of Milk Each Day: Fat-free Chocolate Milk, Fat-free Unflavored Milk, Whole Unflavored Milk Slide26: SAMPLE MENU *Choose 1: Cheeseburger on WW Bun or Turkey Corndog *Choose 2: French Fries Summer Squash Medley Tossed Salad w/ Dressing *Fresh Orange *Choice Milk: Slide28: *Choose 1: Chicken Patty on WW Bun or Spaghetti w/ Meat Sauce & Roll or Peanut Butter on WW Bread *Choose 2: Rice Pilaf (white rice) Seasoned Green Beans Cooked Baby Carrots *Pineapple Tidbits *Choice of Milk Slide29: *Choose 1: Taco w/ Meat, Tomatoes, & Lettuce or Chicken Noodle Soup w/Cheese Toast or Yogurt with Graham Cracker *Choose 2: Steamed Broccoli Baked Beans Cauliflower with Cheese Sauce *Applesauce ChocChip Cookie *Choice of Milk Slide31: Source: www.wholefoodsmarket.com/products/beans/peas.html and www.northarvestbean.org 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Slide32: Bean Mosaic Slide33: www.northarvestbean.org Click on Resources, then click on Order Form Slide36: http://recipefinder.nal.usda.gov/ Slide37: http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/dnparecipe/ recipesearch.aspx Slide38: http://www.centralbean.com/recipes/recipe45.html Slide39: http://lancaster.unl.edu/food/ ciq_dry_beans.htm#three Slide40: http://www.northarvestbean.org/html/kidrecipes.cfm Slide41: http://www.kids-cooking-activities.com/bean-facts.html Slide42: http://teamnutrition.usda.gov/ Resources/meal_appeal.pdf FRUIT & VEGETABLES GALORE KIT Slide43: I have friends who are like, “you eat beans." To this Thomas responds, "try them, you'll like them.” Better Nutrition, Jan, 1998 by Patricia Andersen-Parrado Be’an Healthy Seek a celebrity endorsement (one of your own athletes) Olympic skater Debi Thomas says: Be a champion of health and eat beans.