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Grains (Grade 7)

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Which group on the food guide pyramid should you eat the most of?
  1. grains
  2. juice
  3. dairy
  4. meat
Identify the health benefit/s of consuming whole grains.
  1. helps you fill full so you may not overeat
  2. helps clean your arteries
  3. helps lower cholesterol in a healthy diet
  4. all of the above
Which of these grain products is available in both refined and whole grain varieties?
  1. pasta
  2. bread
  3. crackers
  4. all of the above
To determine if your bread contains 100% whole grain, you should                             .
  1. taste the bread
  2. inspect the look of the bread
  3. look at the fiber content
  4. examine the ingredient list
Refined grains are grains that have been milled, a process that removes the bran and germ. This is done to give grains a finer texture and improve their shelf life, but it also removes dietary fiber, iron, and many B vitamins. Which of these foods is a refined grain?
  1. oatmeal
  2. bulgur wheat
  3. white rice
  4. popcorn
  5. all of the above
What is the best way to include whole grains in your diet?
  1. include them during holiday meals
  2. substitute whole grains for refined grains
  3. take them as a vitamin supplement
  4. take them as a mineral supplement
Identify which grains are high in protein.
  1. quinoa
  2. barley
  3. amaranth
  4. all the above
Identify which option is not part of whole wheat.
  1. shell
  2. bran
  3. endosperm
  4. germ
What is a sprouted grain?
  1. rancid grain
  2. grain that bursts open when boiling
  3. unprocessed grains made from germinating grain, often eaten raw
  4. a grain plant of a certain height
Be aware of eating correct portion sizes of grains, because though healthy, whole grains can be high in                .
  1. phosphate
  2. sodium
  3. calories
  4. iron

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