Where these things are from??? Carbohydrates bread, cereals, sugar, potato, rice, vegetables for energy Protein and fats Protein & Fats meat, fish, milk, nut s and cheese for your eyes, your skin, your bones, your hair, for other parts of your body Carrot, spaghetti, cereals, apples, oranges, lemons, fish Vitamins
DANGER!!! Crisps, hamburgers very dangerous for you. They have got many fats and dangerous things. Sweets have got many sugar. It is very dangerous for you.
Good Menus Menu for breakfast: Jam Toasts Butter Cereal Menu for lunch: Bread Soup Cake Fruit Menu for dinner: Salad Fish Vegetables Tea Energy rich foods= fats, oils and carbohydrates. Body- building foods= proteins. Protective and regulative foods= vitamins and minerals.
The Food Guide Pyramid The fats- sweets group. The milk- The meat cheese group. poultry- fish- beans nuts group. The vegetables- The bread- fruit group. cereal group.
DON`T FORGET Too a food makes you thin. Much food makes you fat. Many sweets are bad for you, especially for your teeth. Eat little high fat food and a lot of fibre. Many fruit and vegetables keep you healthy.
Myths/fads: Brown eggs are more nutritious than white eggs. Eating raw goldfish helps to gain strength. Cutting out certain foods is the fastest way to a healthy diet. Eating only one type of food, such as grapefruit, helps to lose weight. Eating healthy means trying to consume a little less than you'd like to. Scientific facts: Garlic prevents heart disease. Apricot is good for your skin. Green tea protects your teeth. Onion is good for your nerves. Milk strengthens your bones. Banana is good for your muscles. Cabbage may help prevent the development of cancer. Cranberry helps soothe your tired eyes. Carrots are good for your eyesight. Milk is very good for children.
FOOD GIVES YOU ENERGY It is important that your food has carbohydrates, fats, fibre, water, protein, minerals and vitamins. But it is also important that you do not eat too much or too little. Food gives you energy We talk about energy in calories. Calories per day for boysCalories per day for girls , , , , ,150 Different foods have different numbers of calories Cornflakes (30g) 100 Chips (100g) 180 Cheese (100g) 300 Rice (100g) 100 Chocolate (50g) 250 Potato (100g) 50 Fish (100g) 100 Orange (100g) 35 Bread (50g) 150 Cola (100ml) 250 Doughnut (100g) 350 Milk (100ml) 65
DO YOU KNOW THAT …? How many hours a day do you spend in front of a TV set? One? Three? Six? The average American watches almost four hours of TV a day. That adds up nearly two months of TV viewing a hear? Here are the world is couch – potato countries: 1.United States: 3 hours 58 minutes 2.Greece: 3 hours 39 minutes 3.Italy and Britain: 3 hours 36 minutes 4.Spain: 3 hours 31 minutes 5.Canada and Ireland: 3 hours 14 minutes
FAMOUS VEGGIES Sir Paul McCartney is not the only vegetarian among the rich and famous Among the celebs who do not eat meat are: Bryan Adams Damon Abbarn Drew Barrymore Joanna Lumley Lenny Kravitz Liv Tyler Moby
I Love Chocolate 1. I drink milk, I eat cheese, I like nuts and I like greens, I like cereals, I like beans, These are things my body needs. Chorus But late at night, Under my bedclothes, I eat chocolate, And no one knows. 2. I eat vegetables, I drink juice, I like rice, I like fruit, I like pasta every way, I eat good things every day. Repeat chorus 3. I like honey on my bread, I like salad and I like eggs, I drink water all day long, All these things make me strong. Repeat chorus
English proverbs: The appetite comes with eating. Аппетит приходит во время еды. Fine words butter no parsnips. Соловья баснями не кормят.
PUZZLE TIME 1.Jugged hare 2.Shepherds pie 3.Haggis wineeps and fatties 4.Bubble and squeak 5.Devils on horse back 6.Jam roly poly 7.Anglesey eggs 8.Spotted dog 9.Lanca shire hot port 10.Bangers and mash 11.Black pudding 12.Cottage pie 13.Brandy snaps 14.Scotch wood cock a) Liver or prunes wrapped in bacons and grilled with hot pepper b) Hare stewed in a jug with onions and wine c) A sausage made with blood, onions, oatmeal and fat d) Fried onions, cabbage and potatoes e) A pudding dotted with raisins f) Ginger biscuits filled with cream and brandy g) A casserole of potatoes, lamb and onions h) Eggs with leeks, cream and melted cheese i) A roll of pastry with jam sauce j) (Scottish) sheeps stomach stuffed with liver and barley k) Mined lamb covered with mashed potato and bared l) A pyramid of toasted bread with anchovies m)Egg yolks and cream sausages with mashed potato n) Minced beef covered with mashed potato and baked
PUZZLETIMEPUZZLETIME CROSSWORD Down: 2) A cup of … 4) Spaghetti made in … 6) Carrot, potato. What are these? 8) Butter has some … Across: 1) Rice is the product of … 3) Apple, lemon, banana. What are these? 5) A bottle of … 7) I like juice