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If one is to examine the two, there is no real differences. The food pyramid was one of the first visual representations of "how to eat" and "what to eat". The Eatwell Plate w…as introduced by the UK Food Standards Agency, and is that of a more user friendly visualization, represented on a plate. One may see that the 6 essential food groups, Grains, Veg, Milk, Meat, Fruit and oils are in exact ration to that of the Food Pyramid.
The EatWell Plate was introduced to help people get a healthy diet.
We should eat all food groups because each food group has different nutrients that our body needs.
Left-overs, scraps, extra, uneaten, remnants, excess, unwanted
Chickens can eat all sorts or things as picking at grass. The food chain is that chickens are at the bottom with a lot of other animals.
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first is fruit and vegetables second is carbohydrates third is meat fish other poultry fourth is milk and diary products fifth is fatty foods such as sweets ch…ocolates hope this helps :D
You don't have to eat every little last morsel of food on your plate to be polite. However, the more you do eat, the more the hostess is pleased. But, if the meal contains s…ome food to which you are allergic or just simply don't like, instead of leaving all of that particular food, it usually works well if you push it around a little, even possibly concealing a portion of it underneath something else where it won't be so noticeable that you didn't touch it. Rearranging any food that you don't eat is usually effective, as far as the hostess is concerned. If you think she might be offended, however, you might mention to her alone, sometime after the meal, that you were unable to eat the food to which you are allergic. Also, during the meal, be sure to compliment the hostess on something that you truly enjoyed. If the time seems appropriate, you might even ask her about the ingredients in a certain dish or what the preparations were.
Chocolate isn't on the My Food Plate because you are not really supposed to eat it. Less is better.
it falls under the fruits and vegetables category. it also falls under the fats and carbohydrates category.
grains they make you gain weight around the middle