Food  Labels

Main Idea :  Comparing the old food labels to the new ones. This quick  simple booklet 

will notify you on food labels the new addition to the old .Make a healty choice!

                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                

 

 

 

What you will find inside?!

 

 

- how much is in a serving cup

- Terms/Defenitions

 

- protien and vitemas followed by iorn .

- What is important to understand.

 

 

Table Of Contents

 

 

 

- Purpose....................PG.1

 

- Comparing food labels......PG.2

 

- Benifits of reading food labels/Inquiry Ques.Answer.PG.3

 

- Glossary..............PG.4

 

-Did you learn anything?!.... PG.5

 

 

 

 

Purpose

 

 

The purpose for this is for people to understand food labels  and to know what the idea of the food labels.Also to help people know what is inside the food ex.) how many calories are in a serving cup.......

As you can see the food labels have similarities but the original label is confusing for a child to read and intentionally understand.Also on the original label there is exces on the bottom unlike the new one.There isn't alot of changes or difference between the two food labels. 

 

Comparing Food Labels

 

Right now you are going to seetwo food labels old and new.

 

 

A venn diagram of comparing food labels

Benifits of reading a food label /Inquiry Ques. Answer

 

Did you know that in a food label it shows what is inside?! If you don't you should proably pay attention to a food lkabel .Why?! Because you should have between Kids come in all sizes and each person's body burns energy (calories) at different rates, so there isn't one perfect number of calories that a kid should eat. But there is a recommended range for most school-age kids: 1,600 to 2,200 per day. If you don't read a food label you will miss out on lots of info,and probably end up with more fat than you should have. Youcan develop many deiseses and syptoms if out of control.Therefore, reading  a food label would be a good choice even though you think it's not necessary and think you can stuff anything edible into your mouth.

 

 

Glossary

 

 

 Calories-

eit                       either of two units of heat energy.
  • the energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water through 1 °C (now usually defined as 4.1868 joules).
    noun: small calorie; plural noun: small calories
  • the energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kilogram of water through 1 °C, equal to one thousand small calories and often used to measure the energy value of foods.
    noun: large calorie; plural noun: large calories
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Cholesteral- a compound of the sterol type found in most body tissues, including the blood and the nerves. Cholesterol and its derivatives are important constituents of cell membranes and precursors of other steroid compounds, but high concentrations in the blood (mainly derived from animal fats in the diet) are thought to promote atherosclerosis

 

Comparing- Finding the differennce between two things ex.) food labls old and new ones thee old foodd labels have excess info.

 

Complicated- 

 many interconnecting parts or elements; intricat
 
 

Diseases-

a d      disorder of structure or function in a human, animal, or plant, especially one that produces specific signs or symptoms or that affects a specific location and is     not simply a direct result of physical injury.
"          MATERIAL  meningitis is a rare disease"
synonyms: illness, sickness, ill health;More
  • a particular quality, habit, or disposition regarded as adversely affecting a person or group of people.
    "departmental administration has often led to the dread disease of departmentalitis
 
 
 
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Intentionally- deliberately; on purpose.

"I didn't do it intentionally"
synonyms: deliberately, on purpose, purposely, purposefully, by design, knowingly, wittingly, consciously;More

Necessary-  

required to be done, achieved, or present; needed; essential.
"members are admitted only after they have gained the necessary experience"
synonyms: obligatory, requisite, required, compulsory, mandatory, imperative, needed, de rigueur;More
"parental permission is necessary"
  • 2.
    determined, existing, or happening by natural laws or predestination; inevitable.
    "a necessary consequence"
    synonyms: inevitable, unavoidable, inescapable, inexorable, ineluctable;More
    predetermined, preordained
    "a necessary consequence"
    • Philosophy
      (of a concept, statement, judgment, etc.) inevitably resulting from or produced by the nature of things, so that the contrary is impossible.
    • Philosophy
      (of an agent) having no independent volition.
  noun
  noun: necessary; plural noun: necessaries
  1. 1.
    the basic requirements of life, such as food and warmth.

Potassium-the chemical element of atomic number 19, a soft silvery-white reactive metal of the alkali metal group.

 

Provide-

make available for use; supply.
"these clubs provide a much appreciated service for this area"
synonyms: supply, give, issue, furnish, come up with, dispense, bestow, impart, produce, yield, bring forth, bear, deliver, donate, contribute, pledge, advance, spare, part with, allocate, distribute, allot, put up;More
informalfork out, lay out, ante up, pony up
"the foundation will provide funds"
antonyms: refuse, withhold
  • equip or supply someone with (something useful or necessary).
    "we were provided with a map of the area"
    synonyms: equip, furnish, issue, supply, outfit;More
    fit out, rig out, arm, provision;
    informalfix up
    "she was provided with enough tools"
    antonyms: deprive
  • present or yield (something useful).
    "neither will provide answers to these problems"
    synonyms: make available, present, offer, afford, give, add, bring, yield, impart
    "the test may provide the answer"
  • 2.
    make adequate preparation for (a possible event).
    "new qualifications must provide for changes in technology"
    synonyms: prepare, allow, make provision, be prepared, arrange, get ready, plan, cater
    "we have provided for further restructuring"
    • supply sufficient money to ensure the maintenance of (someone).
      "Emma was handsomely provided for in Frank's will"
      synonyms: feed, nurture, nourish;More
      support, maintain, keep, sustain, provide sustenance for, fend for, finance, endow
      "he had to provide for his family"
      antonyms: neglect
    • (of a law) enable or allow (something to be done).

 

Retrive- 

get or bring (something) back; regain possession of.
"I was sent to retrieve the balls from his garden"
synonyms: get back, bring back, recover, regain (possession of), recoup, reclaim, repossess, redeem, recuperate
"I retrieved the ball from their garden"
  • (of a dog) find and bring back (game or an object).
  • bring (something) back into one's mind.
    "the police hope to encourage him to retrieve forgotten memories"
  • find or extract (information stored in a computer).
  • put right or improve (an unwelcome situation).
    "he made one last desperate attempt to retrieve the situation"
    synonyms: put right, set right, rectify, remedy, restore, sort out, straighten out, resolve, save
    "they were trying to retrieve the situation"
  • reel or bring in a fishing line.
  noun
  noun: retrieve; plural noun: retrieves
  1. 1.
    an act of retrieving something, especially game that has been shot.
    • an act of reeling or drawing in a fishing line.
  2. 2.
    archaic
    the possibility of recovery.
    "he ruined himself beyond retrieve"

 

Recomended-

put forward (someone or something) with approval as being suitable for a particular purpose or role.
"George had recommended some local architects"
synonyms: advocate, endorse, commend, suggest, put forward, propose, nominate, put up;More
speak favorably of, speak well of, put in a good word for, vouch for;
informalplug
"her former employer recommended her for the post"
  • advise or suggest (something) as a course of action.
    "some doctors recommend putting a board under the mattress"
    synonyms: advise, counsel, urge, exhort, enjoin, prescribe, argue for, back, support;More
    "the committee recommended a cautious approach"
  • advise (someone) to do something.
    "you are strongly recommended to seek professional advice"
  • make (someone or something) appealing or desirable.
    "the house had much to recommend it"
    synonyms: have in one's favor, give an advantage to;
    informalhave going for one
    "there was little to recommend her"
  • 2.
    archaic
    commend or entrust someone or something to (someone).
    "I devoutly recommended my spirit to its maker

 

Serving Size-A serving size is the amount of a food or drink that is generally served. It is found both on the Food Pyramid and its successor program MyPlate and on Nutrition Labels and has two related but differing meanings. The USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion sets the standards for My Plate and related guidelines.

 

 Sodium-the chemical element of atomic number 11, a soft silver-white reactive metal of the alkali metal group.

 

Similarities-

  1. the state or fact of being similar.
    "the similarity of symptoms makes them hard to diagnose"
 

Symptoms-

a      physical or mental feature that is regarded as indicating a condition of disease, particularly such a feature that is apparent to the patient.
       "dental problems may be a symptom of other illness"
synonyms: manifestation, indication, indicator, sign, mark, feature, trait;More
"the symptoms of the disease"
  • a sign of the existence of something, especially of an undesirable situation.
    "the government was plagued by leaks—a symptom of divisions and poor morale"

Total Carbonhydrate- Below total carbohydrates are dietary fiber and sugars. Dietary fiber and sugars are two types of carbohydrates, and they contribute to the total carbohydrate content of an item. Note that starches, another type of carbohydrate, are not listed on nutrition labels.

 

Vitamins-any of a group of organic compounds that are essential for normal growth and nutrition and are required in small quantities in the diet because they cannot be synthesized by the body

 

 

 

Our brochure may have not helped you on everything, but some facts you need to really stick in your brain. This brochure helped you on..... The basics of a food label, what it does, how to read one, comparing the new and old ones to see a slight vision and why we need food labels/why we read and understand the label.Our brochure was a fun presentation on food labels esspecially with the GIFS and make the kid or student etc. to get a fun entertaining idea but also teach them something new. We hope you liked our presentation on Food Labels, Please notify us with some things you reccomend and would like us to include and tell us if it was GOOD or BAD. Thanks For Reading 

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