Sunday, May 17, 2009

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Thursday, May 14, 2009

Grade 4-6 Digest Quest


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Move through the digestive tract, avoid obstacles and collect nutrients. Print out your award at the end.

Teach Nutrition: Kids’ Corner

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Health and Home Economics Menu Planning Tool

Dietitians of Canada: "Build a one-day menu using “Let’s Make a Meal!” Type in your age and gender, then use the “Food Guide Calculator” as a quick and easy tool to see if you are Eating Well with Canada's Food Guide. “Let’s Make a Meal!” lets you to choose foods for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks, and compares your choices against the food guide servings recommended by Canada’s Food Guide."
Note: Unfortunately, the food choices are limited, but it does give an idea of the servings for individuals.

Canada Food Guide Cool Homework Tool

  • Freebies 4 Canada: "Saturday, May 2, 2009
    Recipe Analyzer -- Free handy online tool
    Cool Tool! Use it for Home Ec or Health projects.

'Welcome to the Recipe Analyzer . Use this tool to:

  • Find out the nutrients in recipes,
  • Check the number of Food Guide Servings in your recipe,
  • Get ingredient substitution tips to make your recipes healthier (low cal, fat, sugar or salt
  • Compare your new recipe to your original recipe to see the difference.
  • Print your recipe analysis and put it in your own recipe binder
  • Store your recipe in your personal 'recipe box' on the Dietitians of Canada website.
    How cool is that!'"