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Science Order and Design- Malia Nelson- Chapter 4- Good sources

Question Answer
What are good sources of carbohydrates? (F, V, B, C, R, N, P, B) Fruits, vegetables, breads, cereals, rice, nuts, peas, beans;
What are good sources of fiber?(RV, F, WG, FWS, N, P) Raw vegetables and fruits (including the skins), whole grains, fruits with seeds, nuts, popcorn;
What are good sources of protein? (M, C, Y, E, P, LM, F, B, P, N, WG) Milk, cheese, yogurt, eggs, poultry, lean meats, fish, beans peas, nuts, whole grains
What are good sources of fats? (VO, SM, N, PB, S, WG, WM, C, B, FO) Vegetable oils, soft margarine, nuts, peanut butter, seeds, wheat germ, whole milk, cheese, butter, fish oils
What are good sources of liquids? (W, M, FJ, VJ) Water, milk, fruit juice, vegetable juice
What are good sources of vitamin A? (WM, C, EY, L, DGV, C, SP, C) Whole milk, cheese, egg yolks, liver, dark green vegetables, carrots, sweet potatoes, cantaloupe; eat at least 1 source at 2 meals every day
What are good sources of vitamin C? (FF, V) Fresh fruits and vegetables (including lemons, oranges, strawberries, tomatoes, broccoli, spinach)
What are good sources of B-complex vitamins?(L, WG, BR,M,M MV) Liver whole grains brown rice milk meat and most vegetables
What are good sources of calcium? (MP, DGLV,) Milk products or dark green, leafy vegetables
What are good sources of potassium?(F,V WG, N, LM) Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, and lean meats
What are good sources of iron? (LM, EY, WG, DF) Lean meats, egg yolks, whole grains, and dried fruits


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