El pirámide de nutrición
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The list below gives examples of the size, shape, and/or look of
particular food.
one serving of a
A rounded handful - one 1/2 cup vegetables or fruit, 1/2 cup of cooked rice or
pasta, or a snack serving of chips or pretzels
Woman’s fist - another way of visualizing a serving of vegetables, or one piece of
whole fruit
Small handful or golf ball - 1/4 cup of dried fruit
A matchbox - a 1 oz serving of meat, or a serving of cheese
Deck of cards, or the palm of your hand (excluding fingers) - a 3oz serving
(recommended) of meat, fish or poultry, or ten chips/french fries
Thin paperback book - an 8 oz serving of meat
Check book - a serving of fish (approximately 3 oz)
Tennis ball - 1/2 cup of pasta, or a serving of ice cream
Computer mouse - a medium baked potato
Compact disc - one serving of pancake or small waffle
Thumb tip or one dice - one teaspoon of margarine
A ping pong ball - two tablespoons of peanut butter
Small milk carton - 8 oz glass of milk
A baseball - 8 oz cup of yogurt, one cup of beans, or one cup of dry cereal
Grasas, aceites y
Con moderación -en poca cantidad
Leche, yogur
y quesos
2 a 3 porciones al día
Un carton pequeño de leche,
un ‘beisbol’ de yogur,
o un ‘librito de fósforos’ de queso
Carnes, aves,
pescado, legumbres
huevos, y nueces
2 a 3 porciones al día
Un ‘palma’ de carne, ave o pescado,
Un ‘puño de mujer’ de legumbres,
Un huevo,
Un puñado de nueces
3 a 5 porciones al día
Un puñado de brocoli
Un ‘puño de mujer’ de
2 a 4 porciones de frutas al día
Un plátano
Un puñado uvas
Un tomate
Pan, cereales,
arroz y pastas
6 a 11 porciones al día
Una ‘pelota de tenis’ de pasta
Un ‘beisbol’ de cereal
Una rebanada de pan
Bebidas – 2 litros al día
~2 litros al día =

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