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The Eat Well Plate shows the proportions of foods on a plate for healthy meals or snacks. Half of the plate is vegetables and fruits. One quarter of the plate is whole grain foods. One quarter of the plate is protein foods. Not all meals need to look exactly like the Eat Well Plate to be considered healthy.

Use the proportions of foods on the Eat Well Plate as a guide to help you make healthy meals or snacks. Step 1: Make half your plate vegetables and fruits. Vegetables and fruits should always make up the largest proportion of the foods you eat. Step 2: Choose whole grain foods. Step 3: Include protein foods. Choose protein foods that come …

On one-quarter of the plate are protein foods (lean meat, chicken, variety of nuts and seeds, lentils, eggs, tofu, yogurt, fish, beans). On the remaining one-quarter of the plate are whole grain foods (whole grain bread, whole grain pasta, wild rice, red quinoa, brown rice). The healthy food choices shown on the plate are only examples.

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