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By checking treat, sweet out labels on packages, we can learn which foods have the best ingredients, lnrl-- whole When we cook at home we can adjust our recipes to use Calc" u L t-- grains/ small amounts of healthful oils, salt or sugar. Some families (. lure leo, etab es1L / are steaming or baking part of their favorite meals. \ "' " energy mUScle ojoV9S Read the clues to fill in the crossword: I a nll II(M )LV 8. Noticethat __ of the area of 1. Choose foods from each of the food I.[ / ]/![ MyPlate is for vegetables and fruits ..... . every day: vegetables, fruits, grains, proteins and dairy. I II kl a'X X J! II 9. We can buy vegetables, ones that were frozen right 2. __=_ are low in fat, sugar and calories and high in fiber | I after picking or canned soon after - they are all good for us. and vitamins, like vitamin A, which is good for our eyes and skin, 10. We can use less , go light on the salt shaker and add flavor 3. Many fruits haveand are famous for vitamin C, Moderate amounts of fat to our cooking by adding herbs like basil and spices like cinnamon. are good for your brain1 which helps to repair body tissue and heal cuts. ...,/ " 11. Some is needed for our body and brain to function well. 4. Low-fat milk and cheeses will give you m for strong bones and teeth. Choose liquid fats like olive oil rather than solid ones. 5. Meat, fish, beans, eggs, peanut butter and nuts have lots of protein 2. Eat __ treats in small amounts: dark chocolate, half of a frozen to help build. Choose lean cuts of meat if possible. I've banana, ayogurt or low-fat ricotta cheese parfait with nuts and fruit. 6. Oats, brown rice, popcorn and buckwheat are whole /"bean" r..,,,,/- with lots of fiber and carbohydrates that give us k h,fnr, rrC;l:; e(=,Come print out free puzzles: Nutrition Log & Cert and In the 7. "My. "lets us see ate glance what, and much, we e'eati'"ng ..... Stl ff Valley of the Leprechauns @ mj It s easier to keep on a healthful track if your family H dthful Fun with Family and Friends and friends do too. It's fun to cook and exercise with others. We're checking out the sports and activities at >" oUr schoolandtocal'Pa sandRecreation Department ; iii' R!R M R L SR N K NSR N U T I T ! HE , for upcomingspring months. That will keep us moving!) LEE O A M 7 brush z z z z z zz z ..... .breakfast !iI U V N H M SR E N T F 3I EFFE UQM LU 4 - Getenough 3ROKEEBVMKRKBEMT ..... ' E TPESAR RWHL sleep/ exercise T T T Y P T 6__ ' Readthe o e;thfulhabits M y .r F O R LD T p L R U O mNil 3 nutrition clues to fill in L P W _ .. P P RX K U i 96! ] crossword, then find and circle the words, 3 Q H S sle p -- I I 1. Check out some new, healthier for 6. Choose snacks thatwill 1 ore J i favorite comfort foods like maca- nd cheese,giveyou Iotsof _: - nuts, veggies with low-fat dip, fruit. -- Tii (a cross between Brussels sprouts and kale) 7. _ your teeth twice a day and floss too. J J s-ack- 2. Try some vegetables likekalettes - or purple potatoes or rainbow carrots8. Get your done, then, if allowed, . . . (orange, red, purple, white), enjoy playing a computer or video game. recipes/ __ differento 3. Play soccer, dance, fly kites- find a type of _ 9. __ is important for resting and repairing mework you like and have fun with it for 30- 60 minutes a day. our bodies, so get a good night's sleep. h//. 4. Spark your energy each morning withe good 10. Visit a __ _ fern checkup and an I I I ! 5. Eat three meals and don't forget 2 - 3 small exam; and the dentist to check youreyeteeth. 8 Ideas To Chew On! Breakfast: Snacks: 1. A. bacon, eggs, fried potatoes 1. A. nacho chips with cheese dip I //q"/ I Iabut(Every daywe make ohices the food we eat. We may B. oatmeal, fruit, milk = B. baked tortilla chips with salsa ,d t / Igrub something tastythat is not 2. A. pancakes with fruii .... " 2. A. chocolate chip cookies _ Ivery nutritious. If we keep lots of B. fried egg, bacon and cheese sandwich B. rice cakes with a little peanut butter I healthful food choices around the I house it will be easy to grab Lunch: ' Supper: ? / / / \ a tasty bite that is better for us. 1. A. corndog, french fries, soda 1. A. cheeseburger, fries, soda { / mealsHereandaresnacks.Sme choiceSDo for B. boiled hotdog, baked beans, milk B. turkey burger, fruit salad / I 1 / / l you know I which one would be a better 2. A. grilled chicken patty, salad, milk 2. A. pepperoni and cheese pizza 8. I hoice? Circle it. ., B. chicken nuggets, onion rings, milk shake B. vegetable and cheese pizza Z This Week the Fun Page is Sponsored by." 1953 E. Main St., Quincy (Next to Sav-Mor) 530-283-4463 The Gettysburg Address Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. We are met on a great battle-field of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field as a final resting place far those who here gave their lives that that nation might live .... It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us... that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain - that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom - ileSl,~S,,Fores 110,1. | and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth, ,J 3" Abrohem lincoln - November 19, 1863 j