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SIMCHA (Hebrew) JOY Health WebQuest

SIMCHA (Hebrew) JOY Health WebQuest

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SIMCHA (Hebrew) JOYHealth WebQuest
Food and NutritionMaking Healthy Food Choices
Please read the following carefully and answer the questionscompletely… The COMPLETION of this WebQuest is worth 40-points toward yoursemester Health grade. We will assign a 60-point Health Learning TaskProject during Tuesday’s class. It is imperative that you complete thisWebQuest prior to that class. In order to encourage the completion of individual learners work, we require that your WebQuest be uploadedto your iFolio (Posterous) no sooner than 9AM Tuesday morning, January 5, 2010.Please have the required
PRINTOUT
done before you come to class on Tuesday. To avoid printing problems, we recommend that youcomplete the printout at home or in the school office Monday beforeyou leave school. Find a way to be successful…there are NO excuses. This educational WebQuest is the foundation of the knowledge neededto complete the entire 100-point assignment.Go to:http://www.mypyramid.gov/ 
Read, “One size doesn’t fit all.”
Click on Dietary Guidelines for Americans to answer the followingquestions…
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Why has America come up with Dietary Guidelines? To givescience-based advice on food and physical activity choicesfor health
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What are the three areas that describe a “Healthy Diet”? 1.Emphasize fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and fat-free orlow-fat milk and milk products 2. Include lean meats,poultry, beans, eggs, and nuts 3. Is low in saturated fats,trans fats, cholesterol, sodium, and added sugars
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What are the four Dietary Guidelines to help individualsstay healthy? 1. Make smart choices from every foodgroup. 2. Find balance between food and physical activity.3. Get the most nutrition out of calories 4. Stay within dailycalorie needs
Click on Home to get to the Home Page then go to Spotlights andclick onto Inside the Pyramid…Food groups, healthy eating tips,and more…to answer the following questions…
Dr. J. Smith, FacilitatorITU: SIMCHA (Hebrew) JOYMs. J. Markley, FacilitatorWebQuest: HealthMs. R. Muffler, Monday FacilitatorFood and Nutrition
 
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What does the orange color represent? Grains
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How many portions of this food group should we have aday? 3 ounces
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Click on Learn more… name two Whole Grains and twoRefined Grains whole – oatmeal brown rice refined – whitebread white rice
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What is the difference between Whole Grains and RefinedGrains? Whole grains contain the entire grain kernel.Refined grains have been milled
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While reading about Whole Grains…click onto grain kerneland notice the important vitamins and nutrients’represented in the whole grain kernel.
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What vitamins are added back into refined grains? Thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folic acid, iron
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Scroll down to View Grains Food Gallery and click onto theGallery.
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How many cups of popcorn does it take to equal 1 ounce of whole grains? 3 cups
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How many Crackers, saltine does it take to equal 1 ounceof refined grains? 7 crackers
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Go back to Inside the Pyramid and click onto the next(green) food group.
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What does the green color represent? Vegetables
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How many portions of this food group should we have aday? Varies
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Click on Learn more…name the five subgroups. Darkgreen, orange, dry beans and peas, starchy, other
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On this page, look to the right side of the page where ishas a section titled Vegetables and Related Topics.
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Go to Vegetables and click on Health benefits & nutrientsto answer the following questions…
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Name three main health benefits when eating vegetables?1. Eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables as part of anoverall healthy diet may reduce risk for stroke and perhapsother cardiovascular diseases 2. Eating a diet rich in fruitsand vegetables as part as an overall healthy diet mayreduce risk for type 2 diabetes 3. Diets rich in foodscontaining fiber, such as fruits and vegetables, may reducethe risk of coronary heart disease
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What is the main health benefit when eating foods rich inpotassium? May reduce the risk of having kidney stonesand may help to decrease bone loss
Dr. J. Smith, FacilitatorITU: SIMCHA (Hebrew) JOYMs. J. Markley, FacilitatorWebQuest: HealthMs. R. Muffler, Monday FacilitatorFood and Nutrition
 
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What does Folate (folic acid) help the body form? Redblood cells
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What are the health benefit of Vitamin A and C? a – keepseyes and skin healthy and helps protect against infectionsc - helps heal cuts and wounds and keeps teeth and gumshealthy, aids in iron absorption
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Click back onto Vegetables under Related Topics to answerthe following questions…
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Name two Dark green vegetables you would eat. Bok choy,broccoli
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Name two Orange vegetables you would eat. Carrots,pumpkin
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How many cups of corn under starchy vegetables do youhave to eat to equal ½ cup of starchy vegetables…clickonto corn to find out…which takes you to Vegetables FoodGallery. Half cup
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Go back to Inside the Pyramid and click onto the next (red)food group.
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What does the red color represent? Fruits
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How many portions of this food group should we have aday? depends
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How many portions of this food group do you currently eat?A lot
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Do you get these foods raw or processes? Name both theraw foods you eat and the processed brands you eat fromthis food group. Raw, apples oranges
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Under fruits on the right side of the page…click on Healthbenefits and nutrients…
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Name the two most important health benefits when eatingfruits. Reduced risk of chronic diseases, provide nutrientsvital for health and maintenance of your body
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What are the health benefits of potassium? May reduce therisk of having kidney stones and may help to decreasebone loss
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What is the value of dietary fiber? Helps reduce bloodcholesterol, and may lower risk of heart disease
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Under fruits on the right side of the page…click on Tips tohelp you eat fruits…
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Name three POTASSIUM RICH fruits you eat. Orange juice,bananas, apricots
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How can you add more fruits to your daily diet? Drink v8 juice
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Why do you think it is important to keep your fruits safe
Dr. J. Smith, FacilitatorITU: SIMCHA (Hebrew) JOYMs. J. Markley, FacilitatorWebQuest: HealthMs. R. Muffler, Monday FacilitatorFood and Nutrition

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