Nutrition Jeopardy: Create Better Health for Teens

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Engage in a fun and educational game of Nutrition Jeopardy designed to help teens improve their health. Explore categories such as Calories, Servings, Ingredients, Get Less of These, Get More of These, Label Claims, and MyPlate. Learn about important nutrition concepts and make better choices for a healthier lifestyle.


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Nutrition Jeopardy: Create Better Health for Teens

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  1. Nutrition Jeopardy Create Better Health for Teens Instructions for play: Select the category and points for your question and click on the underlined number. When you are directed to the question slide, press the spacebar for the answer. When finished discussing the answer, click the HOME icon to return to the question selection page. Questions that have already been selected should turn purple. Continue selecting questions and recording points until the end of the game. This material was funded by USDA's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program -- SNAP. This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Utah State University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity institution and is committed to a learning and working environment free from discrimination, including harassment. For USU s non-discrimination notice, see https://www.usu.edu/equity/non- discrimination.

  2. Calories, Servings, Ingredients Get Less of These Get More of These Label Claims MyPlate 200 200 200 200 200 400 400 400 400 400 600 600 600 600 600 800 800 800 800 800 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

  3. What is a calorie? What is a calorie? Calories, Servings, Ingredients 200

  4. Calories, Servings, Ingredients 200 How we measure how much energy food gives us.

  5. Ingredients are listed in what Ingredients are listed in what order on labels? order on labels? Calories, Servings, Ingredients 400

  6. Calories, Servings, Ingredients 400 Listed by weight; from the most to the least present in the product

  7. List 3 things that determine how List 3 things that determine how many calories you need each many calories you need each day. day. Calories, Servings, Ingredients 600

  8. Calories, Servings, Ingredients 600 Age, sex, activity level, illnesses or health conditions.

  9. True or False: A Serving size is True or False: A Serving size is how much we how much we should should eat of a certain food. certain food. eat of a Calories, Servings, Ingredients 800

  10. Calories, Servings, Ingredients 800 FALSE Serving sizes are based off of how much people usually eat

  11. Give 3 examples or names for Give 3 examples or names for sugar that you may find in a sugar that you may find in a product. product. Bonus: Double points for naming 5 Bonus: Double points for naming 5 Calories, Servings, Ingredients 1000

  12. Calories, Servings, Ingredients 1000 Honey, molasses, syrups, brown sugar, cane sugar, agave, high fructose corn syrup, sugar etc.

  13. True or False: a food has to taste True or False: a food has to taste salty to be high in sodium. salty to be high in sodium. Double points: The Great Salt Lake is home to what Double points: The Great Salt Lake is home to what creatures? creatures? Get less of these 200

  14. Get less of these 200 False Bonus: Brine shrimp, gulls, pelicans, microbes

  15. The majority of added sugars The majority of added sugars in Americans' diets come in Americans' diets come from what? from what? Get less of these 400

  16. Get less of these 400 Sugar sweetened beverages: soda, fruit drinks, sport drinks.

  17. Saturated fat is _______ at Saturated fat is _______ at room temperature. room temperature. Get less of these 600

  18. Get less of these 600 Solid

  19. Name 3 types of foods that Name 3 types of foods that are high in sodium. are high in sodium. Get less of these 800

  20. Get less of these 800 Cheeses, bread, savory snacks, soups, deli meats, pizza

  21. There are many health There are many health conditions associated with conditions associated with diets high in sodium and diets high in sodium and saturated fat, give 2 examples. saturated fat, give 2 examples. Get less of these 1000

  22. Get less of these 1000 Cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, fatty liver, kidney stones, high cholesterol, osteoporosis, stroke

  23. What mineral is important for What mineral is important for building strong bones? building strong bones? Get more of these 200

  24. Get more of these 200 Calcium

  25. This nutrient helps us feel full This nutrient helps us feel full and clean out our GI tracts. and clean out our GI tracts. Double Points: Name 3 foods high in this nutrient. Double Points: Name 3 foods high in this nutrient. Get more of these 400

  26. Get more of these 400 Fiber Bonus: Beans, Broccoli, Berries, Popcorn, Whole Grains, Apples etc.

  27. True or False: Iron can be found True or False: Iron can be found in both plant and animal foods. in both plant and animal foods. Get more of these 600

  28. Get more of these 600 True, animal sources tend to be higher in iron.

  29. Name 2 vitamins or minerals Name 2 vitamins or minerals that are often that are often added added to foods. to foods. Get more of these 800

  30. Get more of these 800 Calcium, Iron, Vitamin D,B,A. Hint* look at the bottom of the food label.

  31. Which mineral is an electrolyte that is Which mineral is an electrolyte that is important for muscles, blood important for muscles, blood pressure and maintaining fluid pressure and maintaining fluid balance in the body? Too much balance in the body? Too much sodium can throw it off balance. sodium can throw it off balance. Get more of these 1000

  32. Get more of these 1000 Potassium Hint* Bananas, sports drinks have this

  33. True or False: all labeling claims True or False: all labeling claims are regulated to ensure they are regulated to ensure they aren't misleading. aren't misleading. Label Claims 200

  34. Label Claims 200 False: the FDA regulates certain claims but not others.

  35. The term "natural" on a food The term "natural" on a food package means that the product: package means that the product: a) hasn t been processed OR a) hasn t been processed OR b) doesn t have any artificial b) doesn t have any artificial additives. additives. Label Claims 400

  36. Label claims 400 B: the term natural isn t really regulated by the FDA and doesn t indicate how healthy something is.

  37. The The term "organic" on a label term "organic" on a label refers to how a food was ______. refers to how a food was ______. Label Claims 600

  38. Label Claims 600 Grown

  39. Are gluten Are gluten- -free foods healthier free foods healthier than foods that contain gluten? than foods that contain gluten? Double Points: describe what gluten is or where it s found Double Points: describe what gluten is or where it s found Label Claims 800

  40. Label Claims 800 Only if you have Celiac Disease Bonus: Protein in some grain products

  41. True or False: If a food is low in True or False: If a food is low in sugar, sodium or fat, it is healthy. sugar, sodium or fat, it is healthy. Label Claims 1000

  42. Label Claims 1000 False. Foods low in sugar, sodium or fat can be higher in something else, or not have many other healthy nutrients.

  43. The best way to get all your The best way to get all your nutrients is by _______. nutrients is by _______. MyPlate 200

  44. MyPlate 200 Eating a variety of healthy foods, or eat a balanced plate.

  45. Fruits and vegetables should Fruits and vegetables should make how much of your plate? make how much of your plate? MyPlate 400

  46. MyPlate 400 Half

  47. How many servings of grains How many servings of grains should you eat each day? should you eat each day? Double Points: What color is the grain section of the Double Points: What color is the grain section of the MyPlate? MyPlate? MyPlate 600

  48. MyPlate 600 6 Bonus: Yellow

  49. True or False: Ice cream counts True or False: Ice cream counts towards your 3 daily servings of towards your 3 daily servings of dairy. dairy. MyPlate 800

  50. MyPlate 800 True! While high in sugar and fat, it is a good source of calcium.

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