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Observation of the relationships between dietary deficiencies and imbalances and the occurrence of specific morbid conditions has led to the formulation of some directions to protect health. Certain criteria must

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What is the food pyramid?

piramide-alimentare

The food pyramid is a chart that invites people to follow certain dietary advice proposed by an organization qualified in the subject. The foods located at the top of the pyramid are those that should be consumed in smaller quantities, and the items located at the base those that you need to consume more frequently. The main objectives of such a pyramid are definitely nutritional, as it promotes adequate intakes of macro- and micro-nutrients, and practical, as it is a concrete and usable tool in daily food choice.

The recommendations of the food pyramid are aimed at the healthy population. It is also accompanied by additional information with the number of servings for each food group.

The key points are:

  • Varieties
  • Moderation
  • Proportionality

Source: Handbook of Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition by Franco Contaldo et al.

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