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Paula Deens Plate vs USDAs MyPlate

Paula Deen food plate! See the difference between what we should eat and what Paula Deen suggests we eat. DAIRY VEGETABLES Make Your Plate PAULA DEEN'S PLATE* FRUITS Average Daily Intake Dairy 0.87 cups Fruit 0.20 cups Grains 2.83 oz Protein 9.65 oz Vegetables 1.39 cups Empty 164.90 cal Oils 1.31 tsp Based on 2000 calories intake. GRAINS Make Your Plate a Healthy Plate** DAIRY FRUITS Suggested Daily Intake Dairy 3 cups Fruit 2 cups Grains 6 oz Protein 5.50 oz Vegetables 2.50 cups PROTEINS Empty 260 cal Oils 5 tsp Based on 2000 calories intake. Manage calories Eat more of these foods FEnjoy your food but eat less. Make half your plate fruits and vegetables. LAvoid oversized portions. Make at least half your grains whole grains. IEat less of these foods -Switch to fat-free or low-fat (1 percent) milk. Compare sodium in foods like soup, bread, and frozen : IStay active meals and choose those with lower numbers. -Balance healthy eating with regular physical activity. LDrink water instead of sugary drinks. * USDA's new MyPlate food guidance system is comprised of the new MyPlate symbol and other materials to help Americans make healthy food choices and to be active every day. Sources: Healthline *Paula Deen Plate was based on analysis of 21 of Paula Deen's recipes on the Food Network. Connect to Better Health ** GRAINS JEGETABLES PROTEINS

Paula Deens Plate vs USDAs MyPlate

shared by IGEmp on Mar 27
Paula Deen is honestly not the best role model for healthy eating, and her recent diabetes debacle has proven such. Nevertheless, Healthline has released a comparison of Paula Deen's recipes with USDA...


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