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My Plate

My plate is a prompt to find a personal healthy eating style and build on it for the long-term. My plate elements include:

  • All foods and beverages are considered focusing on variety, amount, and nutrition.

My plate focuses on consuming healthy foods and beverages selected from five food structures with the inclusion of vegetables, proteins, dairy, grains and fruits. These are nutrient-rich foods that are required for all rounded growth and development.

  • Focus also lies on eating appropriate amounts of calories on the basis of age, gender, weight, stature and physical movement intensity.

Focusing on a better eating strategy can help a person prevent issues such as overweight and obesity. It also reduces the risk of illnesses such as cancer, diabetes and heart diseases. My plate also stipulates on choosing an eating style with reduced levels of saturated fats, added sugars and sodium.

The most suitable source is using nutrition facts guidelines and ingredients’ outlines to discover levels of saturated fats, added sugars and sodium in foods and beverages chosen (Blake 30). My plate entails eating lower calories from meals high in saturated fats and extra sugars to helps in managing calories and preventing overweigh and obesity. Consuming foods with limited sodium reduces a person’s risk of high blood pressure.

Client needs to follow the following steps to achieve maximum results from my plate:

  • Clients should interpret every change in their diet as a personal win on their path to living a healthier life.

  • Make half a plate of fruits and vegetables

    • Target whole fruits

    • Differentiate veggies consumption

  • Transform to low-fats and fat-free dairy products.

  • Whole grains should make up at least half of one’s grains.

  • Differentiate protein routine consumption.

  • Eat and drink the right amount for one’s body.

Nourah Shishtar

Northridge, Ca