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  • A (Lacto-Ovo )Vegetarian… …is: An individual who lives on a plant based diet free of meat, fish, or poultry in any form. A Vegan… …is: A Vegetarian who also does not eat dairy products and eggs.
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  • 4 Reasons Why People Become Vegetarian and Vegan Improve and maintain their HEALTH. Concern for the ENVIRONMENT, for themselves and their children. The desire to help alleviate WORLD HUNGER. The desire to prevent ANIMAL CRUELTY
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  • How To Eat Healthy Life Beyond Junk Food & Fast Food
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  • Identify and Convert Foods That You Enjoy What are some meals that you eat now, at home or out, that you like? If you are willing to eat healthier, a good place to start is to take meals that you already like and convert them to a healthier, vegan, version.
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  • Veggie Burger Tofu Scramble Vegan Mac n Cheese
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  • What are some other meals or a dish that youd like to try? A good rule of thumb to making healthier food choices is to reduce the simple carbohydrates, fried foods, and unhealthy fats, and replace them with more vegetables, fresh fruits, grains, nuts, and beans.
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  • Experiment With New Foods People can get in the habit of eating the same foods. Sometimes its just easier because … we know how it tastes, we know how much it costs, we know where it is…its familiar. Anyone feel like you eat the same things all the time? Have you thought about trying different kinds of foods?
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  • Variety Exotic Fruits Colorful!
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  • All Around The World Think of all the different places there are on the planet & and the variety of foods there & within all the different cultures and ethnicities in our world. We can find and try so many different foods if we just look! Experiment and be creative!
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  • Even within our own Country we have many subcultures and demographics where certain foods are common For example: Tropical fruits & oranges from Florida and corn & potatoes from the Midwest.
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  • International Foods Jamaican Chinese Italian Mexican Indian
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  • If you could go anywhere in the world to eat, where would you go? You can go on your own culinary journey. Broaden your horizons & enjoy your eating experiences while being healthy!
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  • Can anyone think of a fruit, veggie, bean or grain that seems different to you or uncommon? For instance, grits and collard greens – not common foods in New England but traditional soul food in the South.
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  • Black Eyed Peas, Corn Bread, Collard Greens, and Sweet Potato
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  • Choose Low Fat Healthy Options
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  • Why should you eat low-fat healthier foods? To reduce your chances of being overweight, having high blood pressure, diabetes or heart disease. How can you choose low fat, healthier foods? By becoming knowledgeable about those foods & willing to make the healthy choice. Avoid canned vegetables, packaged & processed foods. Eat more fruits & veggies! Fresh or Frozen best.
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  • Nutrition Rainbow Colorful plant foods provide an abundance of cancer-fighting & immune boosting nutrients!
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  • Fruits and Veggies Grains Beans Healthy Fats Choose Variety
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  • Visit the grocery store or farmers market produce section & really look around. See if you can make a list of plant foods that you havent tried yet. Either by yourself, with your family, caregiver or a friend, make it a goal to try one new fruit or vegetable every week.
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  • Pick Your Produce
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  • Avoiding Added Sugar, Fat, and Salt
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  • Sugar Soda, fruit punch, sweet drinks - These drinks are not in their natural state, highly processed, high in sugar. Remember to read labels! Candy, cookies – lots of sugar. Fruit is naturally sweet. Also try dried fruit or a dried fruit & nut mix, a nutritious high- energy snack.
  • Slide 25
  • A Fats Fried foods - high in fat. Boo! Steamed & Baked & Raw foods. Yea! Less oil? – Yes you can! Bake or roast root vegetables & brussel sprouts. Eat a baked potato instead of French fries!. Creamy dressings, butter, mayonnaise – High in fat & cholesterol. What Are Cheese & Mayonnaise Made From?
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  • F Fats (continued) Alternatives! Oil & vinegar, mustard, ketchup instead of mayo Non-dairy alternatives to butter, mayonnaise and dairy cheeses - or just leave them out. WHY? Less unhealthy fat in your diet & less cholesterol. Instead of meals made up of mostly meats & cheeses start to think creatively – replacing with beans or veggie meat products, eat grains, fruits & more vegetables!
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  • Salt Most of us get too much salt. RDA – 1 teaspoon a day Hidden salt – Many foods cooked with added salt/sodium. Do you ever add more salt at the table? Did you taste the food first? Consider alternatives: Mrs Dash, nutritional yeast, dulse granules, extra herbs & spices, lemon & lime. Take a salt break!
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  • What Are Taste Buds? Salty Sour Bitter Sweet Unami (Savory) Taste Buds are receptors that detect the 5 known elements of taste perception. Parts of food dissolve in your saliva & come in contact with the Taste Buds, these receptors then send info rmation to the brain. We have 2,000-10,000 Taste Buds! Remember, if you load up your palate with salty then all the other tastes may be missed. Enjoy all the different flavors & taste sensations!
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  • Sight Smell Taste Sound Touch Taste is only one of the five senses. We can also use our other senses when it comes to food.
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  • SMELL what foods smell good to you? Does anyone think happy thoughts or have a nice memory from smelling a certain food? SIGHT the look of food can be pleasing to us. And just think of all the vibrant colors in the edible plant world (remember the Rainbow of food colors). Colors & the way food is presented can excite us. Chefs create artistically for this reason – presentation. TOUCH/FEEL the consistency of food, like comfort foods (often soft, warm, smooth). Eating with your hands – finger foods for instance. HEARING how can we hear our food? The crunch of an apple, the crack of a snap pea or raw carrot, popcorn popping… Enjoy the experience with all your senses.
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    • Slide 1
  • Slide 2
  • A (Lacto-Ovo )Vegetarian… …is: An individual who lives on a plant based diet free of meat, fish, or poultry in any form. A Vegan… …is: A Vegetarian who also does not eat dairy products and eggs.
  • Slide 3
  • 4 Reasons Why People Become Vegetarian and Vegan Improve and maintain their HEALTH. Concern for the ENVIRONMENT, for themselves and their children. The desire to help alleviate WORLD HUNGER. The desire to prevent ANIMAL CRUELTY
  • Slide 4
  • How To Eat Healthy Life Beyond Junk Food & Fast Food
  • Slide 5
  • Identify and Convert Foods That You Enjoy What are some meals that you eat now, at home or out, that you like? If you are willing to eat healthier, a good place to start is to take meals that you already like and convert them to a healthier, vegan, version.
  • Slide 6
  • Veggie Burger Tofu Scramble Vegan Mac n Cheese
  • Slide 7
  • What are some other meals or a dish that youd like to try? A good rule of thumb to making healthier food choices is to reduce the simple carbohydrates, fried foods, and unhealthy fats, and replace them with more vegetables, fresh fruits, grains, nuts, and beans.
  • Slide 8
  • Slide 9
  • Experiment With New Foods People can get in the habit of eating the same foods. Sometimes its just easier because … we know how it tastes, we know how much it costs, we know where it is…its familiar. Anyone feel like you eat the same things all the time? Have you thought about trying different kinds of foods?
  • Slide 10
  • Variety Exotic Fruits Colorful!
  • Slide 11
  • All Around The World Think of all the different places there are on the planet & and the variety of foods there & within all the different cultures and ethnicities in our world. We can find and try so many different foods if we just look! Experiment and be creative!
  • Slide 12
  • Even within our own Country we have many subcultures and demographics where certain foods are common For example: Tropical fruits & oranges from Florida and corn & potatoes from the Midwest.
  • Slide 13
  • International Foods Jamaican Chinese Italian Mexican Indian
  • Slide 14
  • If you could go anywhere in the world to eat, where would you go? You can go on your own culinary journey. Broaden your horizons & enjoy your eating experiences while being healthy!
  • Slide 15
  • Can anyone think of a fruit, veggie, bean or grain that seems different to you or uncommon? For instance, grits and collard greens – not common foods in New England but traditional soul food in the South.
  • Slide 16
  • Black Eyed Peas, Corn Bread, Collard Greens, and Sweet Potato
  • Slide 17
  • Choose Low Fat Healthy Options
  • Slide 18
  • Why should you eat low-fat healthier foods? To reduce your chances of being overweight, having high blood pressure, diabetes or heart disease. How can you choose low fat, healthier foods? By becoming knowledgeable about those foods & willing to make the healthy choice. Avoid canned vegetables, packaged & processed foods. Eat more fruits & veggies! Fresh or Frozen best.
  • Slide 19
  • Nutrition Rainbow Colorful plant foods provide an abundance of cancer-fighting & immune boosting nutrients!
  • Slide 20
  • Fruits and Veggies Grains Beans Healthy Fats Choose Variety
  • Slide 21
  • Visit the grocery store or farmers market produce section & really look around. See if you can make a list of plant foods that you havent tried yet. Either by yourself, with your family, caregiver or a friend, make it a goal to try one new fruit or vegetable every week.
  • Slide 22
  • Pick Your Produce
  • Slide 23
  • Avoiding Added Sugar, Fat, and Salt
  • Slide 24
  • Sugar Soda, fruit punch, sweet drinks - These drinks are not in their natural state, highly processed, high in sugar. Remember to read labels! Candy, cookies – lots of sugar. Fruit is naturally sweet. Also try dried fruit or a dried fruit & nut mix, a nutritious high- energy snack.
  • Slide 25
  • A Fats Fried foods - high in fat. Boo! Steamed & Baked & Raw foods. Yea! Less oil? – Yes you can! Bake or roast root vegetables & brussel sprouts. Eat a baked potato instead of French fries!. Creamy dressings, butter, mayonnaise – High in fat & cholesterol. What Are Cheese & Mayonnaise Made From?
  • Slide 26
  • F Fats (continued) Alternatives! Oil & vinegar, mustard, ketchup instead of mayo Non-dairy alternatives to butter, mayonnaise and dairy cheeses - or just leave them out. WHY? Less unhealthy fat in your diet & less cholesterol. Instead of meals made up of mostly meats & cheeses start to think creatively – replacing with beans or veggie meat products, eat grains, fruits & more vegetables!
  • Slide 27
  • Salt Most of us get too much salt. RDA – 1 teaspoon a day Hidden salt – Many foods cooked with added salt/sodium. Do you ever add more salt at the table? Did you taste the food first? Consider alternatives: Mrs Dash, nutritional yeast, dulse granules, extra herbs & spices, lemon & lime. Take a salt break!
  • Slide 28
  • What Are Taste Buds? Salty Sour Bitter Sweet Unami (Savory) Taste Buds are receptors that detect the 5 known elements of taste perception. Parts of food dissolve in your saliva & come in contact with the Taste Buds, these receptors then send info rmation to the brain. We have 2,000-10,000 Taste Buds! Remember, if you load up your palate with salty then all the other tastes may be missed. Enjoy all the different flavors & taste sensations!
  • Slide 29
  • Sight Smell Taste Sound Touch Taste is only one of the five senses. We can also use our other senses when it comes to food.
  • Slide 30
  • SMELL what foods smell good to you? Does anyone think happy thoughts or have a nice memory from smelling a certain food? SIGHT the look of food can be pleasing to us. And just think of all the vibrant colors in the edible plant world (remember the Rainbow of food colors). Colors & the way food is presented can excite us. Chefs create artistically for this reason – presentation. TOUCH/FEEL the consistency of food, like comfort foods (often soft, warm, smooth). Eating with your hands – finger foods for instance. HEARING how can we hear our food? The crunch of an apple, the crack of a snap pea or raw carrot, popcorn popping… Enjoy the experience with all your senses.
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