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you can find the food prymaid by going to google,pressing images then you type in food prymaid
The Food & Drug Administration has recently changed to food pyramid. For a visual picture, as well as a comprehensive explanation on how to use the pyramid, go to their web site at http://www.choosemyplate.gov/
You can go find a picture of the food pyramid at this website: www.foodpyramid.com/learningforstudents.html. It also lists what each level of the food pyramid means, too.
Food guide pyramid was created in 1974.
You can find a picture of a food pyramid at most of your health food sites. There is an old and new diagram out now. To find where Egyptian foods are in the pyramid check out a health food site.
The Food Guide Pyramid has been replaced with a Food plate, however, the original food pyramid can be seen here http://www.nalusda.gov/fnic/Fpyr/pmap.htm
Six food groups are on the food pyramid .
To learn more about the Food Pyramid go to www.nal.usda.gov/Fpyr/pmap.htm. This site shows a picture of the pyramid. Below the pyramid there is an explanation of the foods you should eat each day and the amounts. It is a very good guide to healthy eating.
To add exercise for one reason. Also, picture yourself running up the pyramid. This is probably not the whole reason, but if you do not exercise, the food you eat will most likely turn into "FAT!"
http://www.disabled-world.com/artman/publish/food_pyramid.shtml has a really good picture of the food pyramid. Also, the food pyramid is updated every 5 or so years
You can learn about the food guide pyramid by looking at any heath, diet and good book or magazine at your local public library. Also, be sure that you are researching the most up to date, revised chart.
mustard is acutally an herb, but you might find it under condiments condiments are not part of the food pyramid. The food pyramid consists of grains and breads, vegetables, fruits, dairy, meats and protein, and oils/fats.
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* well what is a food guide pyramid.? * what does it mean.? * how long has it been around.? * will it ever change.? * how many food's are in the fat.oils. and sweet section.? *
The Food Guide Pyramid helps by providing practical food guidelines to people so that they will apply the nutrient standards to plan a healthy balanced diet.
On the food guide pyramid there is a part that tells you how many servings you should take a day from each part of the pyramid that can help you plan an healthy diet.
The food pyramid is always changing, as the USDA is always making updates to it. The best way to keep track of the changes as well as staying on top of what to eat is by going to; mypyramid.gov. It provides you with the food guide, and a bunch of other useful information.
The USDA is responsible for creating the modern food pyramid. However the first food pyramid was created in Sweden in the 1970s.
The first food guide pyramid was made by Anna-Britt AgnsÃ¤ter for Sweden's National Board of Health and Welfare in 1972. The USDA pyramid was based off of the original pyramid and was introduced in 1992.
There are 6 groups in the food pyramid. They are Oils, Dairy, Proteins, Vegetables, Fruit, and Grains
The food guide pyramid contains 5 categories: grains vegetables fruits meats milk and beans Some pyramids may contain a cateogry for sweets/fats, but those are only to be used sparingly and aren't necessarily a part of the food pyramid. However, the Food and Drug Administration no longer used food guide pyramid and has replaced it with a plate icon.