U.S. Department of Agriculture: Choose My Plate - Tech Learning

U.S. Department of Agriculture: Choose My Plate

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The U.S. Government's official resource for sound nutritional information points out that eating right can be as simple as increasing some categories of foods while reducing others. Basic information on food groups combined with interactive planning tools makes it easy to choose a plate that leads to a healthier life. Find dietary guidelines for general population as well as specific audiences such as preschoolers and people who desire to lose weight.

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