you should eat a tiny amount from there. haven't you seen the food pyramid? that is where fats and oils are.
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UN/NA number 1075 or 1978, guide number 115
Food Guide Pyramid
Food Guide Pyramid
To add exercise for one reason. Also, picture yourself running up the pyramid. This is probably not the whole reason, but if you do not exercise, the food you eat will most likely turn into "FAT!"
The food guide pyramid is used in health education as a guideline for good nutrition. It is also used for to indicate how many servings of each nutrient you need to maintain a balanced diet.
Food guide pyramid was created in 1974.
The Food Guide Pyramid has been replaced with a Food plate, however, the original food pyramid can be seen here http://www.nalusda.gov/fnic/Fpyr/pmap.htm
The healthy diet pyramid, also called the healthy eating pyramid is a nutrition guide developed by the Harvard School of Public Health, suggesting quantities of each food category that a human should eat each day. The healthy eating pyramid is intended to provide a superior eating guide than the widespread food guide pyramid created by the USDA.
The Food Guide Pyramid helps by providing practical food guidelines to people so that they will apply the nutrient standards to plan a healthy balanced diet.
The first food guide pyramid was made by Anna-Britt AgnsÃ¤ter for Sweden's National Board of Health and Welfare in 1972. The USDA pyramid was based off of the original pyramid and was introduced in 1992.