How Healthy Is Your Diet?
Check the statements below that are true about you or that you agree with.
You eat at least 3 servings of vegetables a day.
You eat at least 5 servings of vegetables a day.
You eat at least 2 servings of green leafy vegetables a day.
You eat at least 2 servings of fruit a day.
You eat at least 1 serving of berries a day.
You eat tofu, fish, or another lean protein at least a few times a week.
You limit the amount of fatty meat you eat.
You choose low fat dairy products or soy alternatives.
You use cheese sparingly - as a light condiment. Or not at all.
You tend to fill up more than 1/2 your plate with vegetables and whole grains.
You choose whole wheat bread over white bread.
You choose brown rice over white rice.
You eat beans or lentils at least a few times a week.
When you go out to eat, you limit yourself to a couple pieces of bread.
At breakfast, you choose fresh fruit over fruit juice.
You limit the amount of fried food in your diet.
You use spreads like butter and margarine sparingly.
You eat good fats every day - like nuts, avocado, and olive oil.
You are educated about (and stay away from) hydrogenated fats.
French fries are an occasional treat - not a staple in your diet.
You limit the amount of sugary soda in your diet.
You tend to choose dark chocolate over milk chocolate.
You only eat dessert every so often.
You stay away from refined sugars.
You are aware of the glycemic index, and you try to eat low GI.
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