Nutrient Density Restaurant Options Worksheet (Nutrition Lesson)

Nutrient Density Restaurant Options Worksheet (Nutrition Lesson)
Nutrient Density Restaurant Options Worksheet (Nutrition Lesson)
Nutrient Density Restaurant Options Worksheet (Nutrition Lesson)
Nutrient Density Restaurant Options Worksheet (Nutrition Lesson)
Nutrient Density Restaurant Options Worksheet (Nutrition Lesson)
Nutrient Density Restaurant Options Worksheet (Nutrition Lesson)
Nutrient Density Restaurant Options Worksheet (Nutrition Lesson)
Nutrient Density Restaurant Options Worksheet (Nutrition Lesson)
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This activity worksheet should accompany a lesson about choosing healthier (nutrient dense) foods in any type of restaurant.

*Nutrient Dense foods are high in nutrients and lower in calories. Nutrient Dense foods should provide a significant amount of vitamins, minerals, lean protein, healthy fats and fiber. Nutrient Poor foods will provide a high amount of calories, fat and sugar while lacking nutrients.

I have done this activity a couple different ways, so you can decide based on your class. I have had higher performing students research restaurants on their own, guiding them to choose a variety of restaurant and cuisine types. With other classes that have needed more direction, I would print out restaurant menus and place them around the room to do this gallery walk style so that I could easily see if they were on task.

I used this activity for a Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness class, but it would also work well for Culinary Arts, Foods, Health, Physical Education or any class covering nutrition or healthy choices.

Also, check out my Nutrition Word Search!!

Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness TEKS covered:

(2)  The student understands the role of nutrients in the body. The student is expected to:

(A)  classify nutrients and their functions and food sources and compare the nutritive value of various foods;

(B)  assess the effects of nutritional intake on health, appearance, effective job performance, and personal life;

(4)  The student demonstrates knowledge of nutritionally balanced diets. The student is expected to:

(A)  research the long-term effects of food choices;

(D)  plan diets based on life cycle, activity level, nutritional needs, portion control, and food budget;

(G)  analyze current lifestyle habits that may increase health risks;

(I)  examine the nutritional value of fast foods and convenience foods;

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