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Canadian Food Guide (Grade 7)

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Canadian Food Guide

1. 
The Canada Food Guide makes food suggestions based on your                     .
  1. intelligence
  2. age and gender
  3. income
  4. location and culture
2. 
For a teenager, what is the range of grain servings a day suggested in the Canada Food Guide?
  1. 1-4
  2. 3-4
  3. 6-7
  4. 8-10
3. 
For a teenager, what is the range of fruit and vegetable servings a day suggested in the Canada Food Guide?
  1. 3 vegetables and 3 fruits
  2. 2-3
  3. 4-6
  4. 7-8
4. 
For a teenager, what is the range of meat/alternative servings a day suggested in the Canada Food Guide?
  1. 6-7
  2. 2-3
  3. 1-4
  4. 8-9
5. 
For a teenager, what is the range of milk/alternative servings a day suggested in the Canada Food Guide?
  1. 1-2
  2. 125 ml-250 ml
  3. 3-4
  4. 5-6
6. 
According to the Canada Food Guide, how many slices of bread is one grain serving?
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 1/2
7. 
According to the Canada Food Guide, which answer represents one serving of an apple in the fruit category?
  1. golf ball
  2. eraser
  3. light bulb
  4. large marble
8. 
According to the Canada Food Guide, how many grain servings are in one cup of pasta?
  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 1
  4. 16 divided by 4
9. 
According to the Canada Food Guide, a serving of cheese is represented by how many dice?
  1. 1
  2. 3
  3. 72 divided by 8
  4. 2
10. 
Which answer represents one serving of milk/alternative according to the Canada Food Guide?
  1. there is no limit on milk/alternative
  2. 250 ml
  3. 2 cups
  4. 125 ml
11. 
Which answer represents one serving of meat/alternative according to the Canada Food Guide?
  1. 1/2 cup chicken or lean meat
  2. 500 ml legumes
  3. 125 ml peanut butter
  4. 3 eggs
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