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  1. #1
    عضو نشيط
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    عضو الماسي
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    رقم العضوية : 2011
    تاريخ التسجيل : 09-02-08
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    The Food Pyramid
    Released in 1992, the food pyramid is a nutrition guide suggesting how much of each food category one should eat each day for a healthy diet.

    In general terms the food guide pyramid recommends the following intake of different food groups each day

    6-11 servings of grain a day such as rice, bread, cereals, and pasta;
    3-5 servings a day of vegetables, especially green, leafy vegetables;
    2-4 servings of fruits a day;
    2-3 servings of meat, fish, eggs, nuts, or beans a day;
    2-3 servings of dairy products including cheese and yogurt every other day;
    occasional use of fats, oils, and sweets.
    The pyramid allowed individuals to consume the foods within a certain range of servings, but in the original version released in 1992 gave no hint on how to interpret that choice.

    MyPyramid
    Later on, The United States Department of Agriculture released a new version of the 1992 food pyramid called MyPyramid which gives a hint about what a serving should contain:

    Grains, recommending that at least half of grains consumed be as whole grains;
    Vegetables, emphasizing dark green vegetables, orange vegetables, and dry beans and peas;
    Fruits, emphasizing variety and deemphasizing fruit juices;
    Oils, recommending fish, nut and vegetables sources;
    Milk, a category that includes other dairy products;
    Meat and beans, emphasizing low-fat and lean meats such as fish as well as more beans, peas, nuts, and seeds.
    That doesn’t help me too much, so I searched deeper for how much is a serving. I found out that some nutritionists have established the serving sizes for a 2000 calories/day diet.

    Grains
    1 bread slice
    1/2 roll
    5 - 6 small biscuits or 3 - 4 large biscuits
    1/2 cup of cereals, rise or cooked pasta
    1 medium baked potato
    80 g fried potatoes
    100 g smashed potato
    Fruits
    1 fruit (apple, banana or a medium orange)
    1/2 grapefruit
    1 slice melon
    3/4 cup of fruits juice
    1/2 cup of small fruits (raspberry, blackberry, blueberry etc.)
    1/2 cup of sliced fruits, cooked or form a can
    1/4 cup of figs
    Dry vegetables, nuts and seeds
    1/2 cooked beans
    6 peanuts
    2 table spoons of peanut butter
    1/3 cup of nuts/seeds
    Greens
    1/2 cup of cooked greens
    1/2 cup of sliced greens
    1 cup of greens (spinach, green salad)
    3/4 cup of greens juice
    Dairy, eggs
    1 cup of milk
    1 cup of soy milk
    1 glass (250 ml) of yogurt
    30 - 50 chees
    1 egg
    Oil and fats
    1 tea spoon of oil
    1 tea spoon of margarine
    1 tea spoon of salad dressing
    1 table spoon of mayonnaise
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  3. #3
    عضو الماسي
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    رقم العضوية : 2011
    تاريخ التسجيل : 09-02-08
    الدولة : يوً ايٍ ايً~ًِ ^,^
    الوظيفة : طاأإلبًه~ً ـعلمً
    الجنـس : انثـى
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    التقييم : 1229
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    MY SMS:

    I DonT Think !M BeTteR That Any 1 ,. i JusT Think is No 1 BeTter Than Me xD

    افتراضي رد: لو سمحتو ممكن تعطوني تقرير عن )(((الهرم الغذائي)))(


    The Food Pyramid
    The Food Pyramid is a visual image illustrating the contributions of each group of foods that make up a healthful diet.

    The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) created the first Food Pyramid, which placed foods recommended for frequent consumption at the base and foods that should be eaten sparingly at the top. Other pyramids emphasizing ethnic and other food preferences have been developed following this design. The most recent update of the USDA pyramid changes this basic design by dividing it into vertical wedges of different widths to represent the different food groups. This update also represents a shift in thinking in American nutrition. Greater emphasis is placed on weight control and exercise, whole grains are recommended over processed grain products, and rather than recommending a diet low in all fats, emphasis is placed on avoiding solid fats (those that are high in trans fats and saturated fats) while allowing foods that are good sources of monosaturated fats and essential fatty acids.

    The new USDA Food Pyramid is meant to be used in conjunction with the Web site (mypyramid.gov), where information about a person's age, gender, and physical activity level is used to calculate a personal recommendation for the amount of each food group to be eaten daily. The Web site also offers tips for following these recommendations, diet and exercise tracking tools, and additional information.

    The basic pyramid, developed by the USDA and the US Department of Health and Human Services, is only one model, however. This pyramid has been adapted for ethnic preferences and there are now pyramids for the Mediterranean diet, the Asian diet, and the Latin American diet. Other diets, such as the vegetarian diet, can also be placed on a food pyramid.

    The personal recommendations available from the USDA Web site suggest that people:

    Balance calorie intake from foods and beverages with calories expended.
    Engage in regular physical activity and reduce sedentary activities.
    Eat amounts of the following food groups based on daily calorie requirements:
    Grains

    Vegetables

    Fruits

    Milk and other calcium-rich products

    Meat, poultry, fish, dry beans, eggs, and nuts

    Oils

    Extra calories from added fats, sugars, and alcohol

    Make at least half of the total grains eaten whole grains.
    Eat more dark-green vegetables, orange vegetables, and dry beans and peas. Do not exceed recommended amounts of starchy vegetables.
    Keep the amounts of fruit juice consumed to less than half of total fruit intake.
    Consume 3 cups of fat-free or low-fat (1%) milk, or an *****alent amount of yogurt, cheese, or other calcium-rich foods per day.
    Make choices that are low-fat or lean when selecting meats and poultry. Consider fish, nuts, and seeds rich in essential fatty acids as alternatives to meat and poultry. Consider dry beans and peas as an alternative to meat or poultry as well as a vegetable choice.
    Choose most fats from sources of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, such as fish, nuts, seeds, and vegetable oils. Choose fat-free, low-fat, or lean meat, poultry, dry beans, milk, and milk products. Choose grain products and prepared foods that are low in saturated fats and trans fats. Limit the amount of solid fats.
    Choose and prepare foods and beverages with little added sugars or caloric sweeteners.
    Choose and prepare foods with little salt. Keep sodium intake less than 2,300 mg per day. At the same time, consume potassium-rich foods, such as fruits and vegetables.
    If one chooses to drink alcohol, consume it in moderation. Some people, or people in certain situations, should not drink.
    Some variations on the USDA Food Pyramids represent alternative views of healthful eating by expert groups. For example, the Healthy Eating Pyramid was designed by nutrition experts from the Harvard School of Public Health who felt the USDA Pyramid does not fully reflect all of the research evidence on healthful food choices. This pyramid rests on a foundation of daily exercise and weight control, with emphasis on whole grain foods, plant oils, fruits, vegetables, and some nuts and legumes.

    Some food pyramids reflect personal preferences, such as vegetarianism. The Oldways Preservation & Exchange Trust has designed the Traditional Healthy Vegetarian Diet pyramid to represent eating patterns found in healthy populations of the world. This diet emphasizes whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and legumes and beans form the basis for each meal, with some milk and egg products. The recommendations are appropriate for most healthy adults, but the guidance of a knowledgeable healthcare professional should be sought to make adjustments for children, women in their reproductive years, and anyone else who may have special nutritional needs.

    Other pyramid variations are based on diets from regions with historically lower chronic disease rates, such as the Mediterranean, Asian, and Latin American pyramids shown here. They may be worth considering if your family has a history of heart disease, cancer, high blood pressure, or diabetes.



    The Mediterranean Pyramid


    The Mediterranean diet begins with the same basis of lots of grains, fresh fruits, and vegetables. Major differences from the USDA pyramid include:

    • Using olive oil as the primary fat
    • Allowing for only moderate amounts of milk products
    • Using fish and poultry, rather than red meat, as the main source of high protein food from animals
    • Including wine with meals




    The Asian Pyramid


    Major differences from the USDA pyramid include:

    • Featuring rice and noodles as part of the grain group
    • Putting fish and shellfish and dairy in the same section of the pyramid
    • Avoiding milk. Most Asians lack sufficient amounts of lactase, the enzyme required to digest lactose.




    The Latin American Pyramid


    The Latin diet features tortillas, beans, and rice in the grains section.

    At first, figuring out what counts as a serving may seem a little tricky. Some servings are close to what people would typically consume at a meal; others are much smaller. For instance, a single serving of rice is only one-half cup whereas people are more likely to consume a cup. A hamburger bun is two to three servings (depending on size). This is not a problem as long as you factor this in before you plan your day’s servings. It is more important for people who are trying to keep a level blood sugar, which is achieved by distributing carbohydrates evenly throughout the day.

    When calculating your servings of each food group, be sure to focus on the labels of packaged foods. They contain a great deal of valuable information. To learn more about food labels and how to read them, go to the section on Food Labels.

    The USDA recommends daily amounts according to calorie requirements for each of the food groups in the pyramid.

    Grain Group
    The USDA recommends 3 to 10 standardized units—“ounce *****alents”—from this group, at least half of which should come from whole grain products such as brown rice, whole grain bread, pasta, and cereals.

    Typical ounce *****alents are:

    One slice of bread (1 ounce)
    1/2 bagel (small)
    1 ounce of cereal flakes
    1/2 cup cooked grain, rice, or pasta
    5 to 6 small crackers
    Vegetable Group
    The USDA recommends 1 to 4 cups from this group. Vegetable subgroups that should also be included one or more times per week are dark-green vegetables, orange vegetables, and legumes (beans).

    Typical cup *****alents of vegetables are:

    2 cups raw leafy vegetables
    1/2 cup cooked or raw non-leafy vegetables
    1/4 cup vegetable juice
    Fruit Group
    The USDA recommends 1 to 2 1/2 cups from this group. Juice should be used for less than half of the total fruit intake to ensure adequate fiber is eaten.

    Typical cup *****alents of fruit are:

    1 large orange, peach, or banana; 1 medium pear; 1 small apple
    1/2 cup chopped fresh, cooked or canned fruit
    1 1/2 cup dried fruit
    1 cup 100% fruit juice
    Milk Group
    The USDA recommends 2 to 3 cups from this group. Most milk group choices should be fat-free or low fat. Milk products having little or no calcium content (butter,cream, cream cheese) are not part of this group. Those who avoid milk should be sure to eat other calcium-rich foods, such as calcium-fortified beverages, some beans, and some leafy greens.

    Typical milk servings are:

    1 cup milk or yogurt
    1 1/2 cups various hard cheeses; 1/2 cup ricotta
    2 ounces processed cheese
    Meat and Beans Group
    The USDA recommends 2 to 7 ounce *****alents per day from this group. The group includes meat, poultry, fish, dried beans and peas, eggs,nuts, and seeds. Meat and poultry choices should be low in fat. Fish, nuts, and seeds contain more healthful oils and fats than meat, and can frequently be chosen instead of meat or poultry.

    Typical meat ounce *****alents are:

    1 ounce lean meat, poultry, or fish
    1/2 ounce nuts
    1 tablespoon nut butter
    1/2 cup cooked dried beans
    1 egg
    Oils
    The USDA recommends 3 to 11 teaspoons per day from this group, which includes fats from fish and plant-based oils that are liquid at room temperature, such as canola, corn, olive, soybean, and sunflower oils. Foods that are naturally high in oils (nuts,olives, avocados), as well as foods that are mainly oil (mayonnaise, certain salad dressings, trans-fat-free soft margarine), may be used to meet these recommendations.

    Teaspoons of oil in typical amounts of foods include:

    3 teaspoons in 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
    2 ±/2 teaspoons in 1 tablespoon mayonnaise or soft margarine
    2 teaspoons in 2 tablespoons Italian salad dressing
    1/2 teaspoon in 4 large olives
    3 teaspoons in 1/2 medium avocado
    4 teaspoons in 2 tablespoons peanut butter
    3 teaspoons in 1 ounce most nuts and seeds
    Discretionary Calories
    Depending on your daily calorie requirements between 165 to 648 additional calories are allowed after satisfying the above food group requirements. These additional calories can be consumed in several ways:

    Eating more foods from the above food groups
    Eating higher calorie foods from the above food groups
    Adding fats or sweeteners to foods or beverages
    Eating foods providing most of their calories from alcohol, added sugars, or fats (examples include alcoholic drinks, soft drinks, and candy)
    The USDA recommends physical activity, such as walking, gardening, briskly pushing a baby stroller, climbing the stairs, playing soccer, or dancing. For health benefits, physical activity should be moderate or vigorous and add up to at least 30 minutes a day. Activities should only count toward your overall activity level when they increase the heart rate.

    Moderate physical activities include:

    Walking briskly (about 3 1/2 miles per hour)
    Hiking
    Gardening/yard work
    Dancing
    Golf (walking and carrying clubs)
    Bicycling (less than 10 miles per hour)
    Weight training (general light workout)
    Vigorous physical activities include:

    Running/jogging (5 miles per hour)
    Bicycling (more than 10 miles per hour)
    Swimming (freestyle laps)
    Aerobics classes
    Walking very fast (4 1/2 miles per hour)
    Heavy yard work, such as chopping wood
    Weight lifting (vigorous effort)
    Basketball (competitive)

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    التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة هاجر ; 08-10-03 الساعة 03:58 PM
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  4. #4
    عضو فضي
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    تاريخ التسجيل : 07-06-08
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    MY SMS:

    لا تقل أصلي وفصلي أبدا إنما أصل الفتى ما قد حصل ليس من يقطع طرقاً بطلا إنما من يتقي الله البطل كن أبن من شئت وأكتسب أدبا يغنيك عنه محموده عن النسبي إنما الفتى من قال ها أنا ذا ليس الفتى من قال كان أبي

    افتراضي رد: لو سمحتو ممكن تعطوني تقرير عن )(((الهرم الغذائي)))(


    تفضلي




    The Food Guide Pyramid is one way for people to understand how to eat healthy. A rainbow of colored, vertical stripes represents the five food groups plus fats and oils. Here's what the colors stand for:
    orange — grains
    green — vegetables
    red — fruits
    yellow — fats and oils
    blue — milk and dairy products
    purple — meat, beans, fish, and nuts

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) changed the pyramid in 2005 because they wanted to do a better job of telling Americans how to be healthy. The agency later released a special version for kids. Notice the girl climbing the staircase up the side of the pyramid? That's a way of showing kids how important it is to exercise and be active every day. In other words, play a lot! The steps are also a way of saying that you can make changes little by little to be healthier. One step at a time, get it?
    The Pyramid Speaks

    Let's look at some of the other messages this new symbol is trying to send:

    Eat a variety of foods. A balanced diet is one that includes all the food groups. In other words, have foods from every color, every day.

    Eat less of some foods, and more of others. You can see that the bands for meat and protein (purple) and oils (yellow) are skinnier than the others. That's because you need less of those kinds of foods than you do of fruits, vegetables, grains, and dairy foods.

    You also can see the bands start out wider and get thinner as they approach the top. That's designed to show you that not all foods are created equal, even within a healthy food group like fruit. For instance, apple pie would be in that thin part of the fruit band because it has a lot of added sugar and fat. A whole apple — crunch! — would be down in the wide part because you can eat more of those within a healthy diet.

    Make it personal. Through the USDA's MyPyramid website, people can get personalized recommendations about the mix of foods they need to eat and how much they should be eating. There is a kids' version of the website available too.
    How Much Do I Need to Eat?

    Everyone wants to know how much they should eat to stay healthy. It's a tricky question, though. It depends on your age, whether you're a girl or a boy, and how active you are. Kids who are more active burn more calories, so they need more calories. But we can give you some estimates for how much you need of each food group.
    Grains

    Grains are measured out in ounce *****alents. What the heck are they? Ounce *****alents are just another way of showing a serving size.

    Here are ounce *****alents for common grain foods. An ounce *****alent equals:
    1 slice of bread
    ½ cup of cooked cereal, like oatmeal
    ½ cup of rice or pasta
    1 cup of cold cereal

    * 4- to 8-year-olds need 4–5 ounce *****alents each day.
    * 9- to 13-year-old girls need 5 ounce *****alents each day.
    * 9- to 13-year-old boys need 6 ounce *****alents each day.

    And one last thing about grains: Try make at least half of your grain servings whole grains, such as 100% whole-wheat bread, brown rice, and oatmeal.
    Vegetables

    Of course, you need your vegetables, especially those dark green and orange ones. But how much is enough? Vegetable servings are measured in cups.

    * 4- to 8-year-olds need 1½ cups of veggies each day.
    * 9- to 13-year-old girls need 2 cups of veggies each day.
    * 9- to 13-year-old boys need 2½ cups of veggies each day.
    Fruits

    Sweet, juicy fruit is definitely part of a healthy diet. Here's how much you need:

    * 4- to 8-year-olds need 1–1½ cups of fruit each day.
    * 9- to 13-year-olds need 1½ cups of fruit each day.
    Milk and Other Calcium-Rich Foods

    Calcium builds strong bones to last a lifetime, so you need these foods in your diet.

    * 4- to 8-year-olds need 2 cups of milk (or another calcium-rich food) each day.
    * 9- to 13-year-olds need 3 cups of milk (or another calcium-rich food) each day.

    If you want something other than milk, you can substitute yogurt, cheese, or calcium-fortified orange juice — just to name a few.
    Meats, Beans, Fish, and Nuts

    These foods contain iron and lots of other important nutrients. Like grains, these foods are measured in ounce *****alents.

    An ounce *****alent of this group would be:
    1 ounce of meat, poultry, or fish
    ¼ cup cooked dry beans
    1 egg
    1 tablespoon of peanut butter
    ½ ounce (about a small handful) of nuts or seeds

    * 4- to 8-year-olds need 3–4 ounce *****alents each day.
    * 9- to 13-year-olds need 5 ounce *****alents each day.

    Whoa! That's a lot to swallow. The good news is that your mom, dad, and the other grown-ups in your life will help you eat what you need to stay healthy. There's more good news — you don't have to become a perfect eater overnight. Just remember those stairs climbing up the side of the new pyramid and take it one




    http://kidshealth.org/kid/stay_healt...d/pyramid.html





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    الغيــــرة
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    كلمــه موجـــوده في عالــم الحمقـــى


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  5. #5
    عضو نشيط
    الصورة الرمزية بنت العـين
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    افتراضي رد: تقرير , بحث عن The Food Pyramid , الهرم الغذائي


    ربي يوفقكم يميع ولا يحرمني من مساعداتكم ويفرج عنكم همكم مثل ما فرجتو همي
    وان شاء الله تكوووووووون في ميزان حسناتكم ^_^






  6. #6
    عضو نشيط
    الصورة الرمزية بنت العـين
    الحالة : بنت العـين غير متواجد حالياً
    رقم العضوية : 20985
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    افتراضي رد: تقرير , بحث عن The Food Pyramid , الهرم الغذائي


    ثقلت عليكم بطلباتي بس ممكن تعطوني مقدمه وخاتمه اذا مافيها عباله
    واسمووووووووووووووووحه منكم ^_^






  7. #7
    عضو نشيط
    الصورة الرمزية عبود الملك
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    افتراضي رد: تقرير , بحث عن The Food Pyramid , الهرم الغذائي


    مشكورين
    انشاءالله تكون في ميزان حسناتكم






  8. #8
    عضو نشيط
    الصورة الرمزية عبود الملك
    الحالة : عبود الملك غير متواجد حالياً
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    تاريخ التسجيل : 01-03-16
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    افتراضي سارة 2


    لو سمحتو ممكن تعطوني تقرير عن (الهرم الغذائي الحيواني) بلييييييييييييييز





    التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة عبود الملك ; 16-05-11 الساعة 09:27 PM

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    عضو نشيط
    الصورة الرمزية عبود الملك
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    رقم العضوية : 146174
    تاريخ التسجيل : 01-03-16
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    افتراضي سارة و سلامة الحب


    لو سمحتو ممكن تعطوني حل درس البركة الحسناء للصف السابع





    التعديل الأخير تم بواسطة عبود الملك ; 16-05-15 الساعة 06:09 PM سبب آخر: سارة و سلامة الحب

  10. #10
    عضو نشيط
    الصورة الرمزية عبود الملك
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    رقم العضوية : 146174
    تاريخ التسجيل : 01-03-16
    الجنـس : ذكـر
    المشاركات : 55
    التقييم : 13
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    افتراضي رد: تقرير , بحث عن The Food Pyramid , الهرم الغذائي


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