Food Pyramid

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Food Pyramid

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Grains

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Barley Barley is a large, brown grain. You can find it in stores. Pearled barley has more vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Barley can be eaten in soups, stews, hot cereals, and casseroles. You can also try adding barley to salads or stuffing.

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Corn Corn is a grain that grows on a cob with the kernels enclosed in a leafy husk. Corn can be eaten whole or ground into cornmeal, which can be made into foods such as bread or tortillas.

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Buckwheat Buckwheat is a reddish-brown plant seed, which can be eaten whole, cracked (broken), hulled (processed), or toasted. Buckwheat can be used in pilafs, burgers, Korean Cold Noodles or in casseroles

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Wheat Wheat is a plant that comes in two forms: winter wheat (planted in the fall) and spring wheat (planted in the spring). Wheat can be made into flour, noodles and so on.

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Rice Rice comes in many different varieties and is popular world-wide. Brown rice is unprocessed and contains more vitamins and minerals than white rice. We use rice to make rice noodles, rice cakes and so on.

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Food made from grains

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Cereal

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Bread

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Pasta (Italian Noodles)

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Noodles

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Crackers

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Fruits

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Pear

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Red Bananas

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Strawberries

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Peaches

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Pineapples

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Lemons

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Mangoes

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Apples

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Grapes

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Watermelon

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Kiwi

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Longans

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Papaya

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Dragon Fruit

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Mangosteen

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Durian

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Jackfruit

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Vegetables

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Carrots

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Broccoli

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Lettuce

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Bittergourd

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Winter Melon

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Leeks

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Celery

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Spinach

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Cauliflower

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Eggplant

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Bean Sprout

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Cucumber

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Sweet Potatoes

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Ginger

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Garlic

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Onions

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Meat And Protein

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Pig

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Pork Ribs

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Bacon

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Ham

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Mince Pork

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Cow

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Beef

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T-bone Steak

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Beef Ribs

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Chicken

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Chicken Feet

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Chicken Breast

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Chicken Wings

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Chicken Drumsticks

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Fish

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Sardine Fish

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Tuna Fish

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Eel

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Eggs

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Salted Duck Eggs

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Century Eggs

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Beans

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Red Beans

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Green Beans

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Soya Bean

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Nuts

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Hazelnuts

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Almonds

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Walnuts

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Diary

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Milk

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Yogurt

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Cheese

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Fat, Oil And Sugar

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Oil

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Butter

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Potatoes Chips Pringles Original

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Candies

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Bubble Gum

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Chewing Gum

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Cotton Candy

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Cream

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