what are go,glow and grow foods?

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what are the ex. of go,grow and glow foods?




  1. Guest23615328

    Their are three classifications of foods and they are named as Go, Glow, and Grow. Go foods are the energy giving foods, Grow foods are the body building foods and the Grow foods are the kind of foods that are classified as the body regulating foods.

  2. Guest22493121

    anu daw hhahaha

  3. Guest22292009

     pinoys-- shame on your posts. ano sa tingin nyo ang sasabihin ng ibang tao saten? wag na lang kau mag post kung puro kalokohan lang. 

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  4. Guest20235313
    tnx for the info!!! :)
  5. Guest19848446
    glow food are the foods we need to eat
  6. Guest19778005
    it is a healty foods for are body
  7. Guest19678404
    grow glow and go foods are foods that come from the 6 food groups.examples of glow foods are leafy vegetables and of go foods are rice flour of grow foods are foods that contain protein like food from animals.
  8. Guest15713734
    peanut belong to glow foods?
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  10. Guest13050098
    go foods are energy giving food such as pasta,rice ,tortillas,whole wheat bread. glow foods are the body building foods such as broccoli,water melon and fruits and vegetable. grow foods are milk, meat,beans ,egg,yogort.
  11. Guest12399096
    This section helps us a lot especially the kids. Please don't post anything stupid here. Children reads it. Better not answer if you have nothin say. Concerned parent
  12. Guest12216649
    Go foods are rich in carbohydrates like pasta, bread, rice and cereal Grow f
  13. Guest11906805
    paliwanag ko lang po this is not a joke to put any thing except from because I am saying thi to you.......................... so pls. write the correct answer. Thank You!
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  15. Guest11584601
    pakealam ko!!! s**t..
  16. Guest11441498
    Go foods are foods rich in carbohydrates. Cereals, bread and rice are common examples of these. They help you get strong to become active in physical activities and the like. They are called the "Energy-giving" foods. Grow foods are rich in protein. Meat, poultry andfish are common examples of these. They help you body grow big and strong. They are called the "Body-building" foods. Glow foods are rich in vitamins and minerals. Fruits and vegetables are the main examples of these. They help your body be clean and sharp for it to work well.
  17. Guest11361891
    Grains are Go foods, they help you run, jump and play all day. Fruits and vegetables are Glow foods, they help you have shiny hair and sparkly eyes. Milk and meat & beans are Grow foods, they help you to grow big and strong. Breakfast cereal, bread, potatoes, pasta and rice give us energy to get up and go – ‘Go’ foods All of these foods contain the nutrient carbohydrate which provides our bodies with energy needed to run, swim, jump and cycle, as well as B vitamins, which help convert food into the energy needed by our muscles. Have you ever wondered what athletes eat to keep their bodies in tip-top shape? They need energy foods to help them ‘get up and go’, and foods to help them grow strong bones and muscles. In short, they need a balanced diet – one that provides the right balance of nutrients to help the body to grow and be active. Our bodies need lots of these nutrients, but you can’t get them by just eating one type of food, and so you have to eat a variety of foods. To show you what we mean, we’ve put some of your favourite foods into ‘Go’, ‘Grow’ and Glow’ groups. Find out what different foods do for you. ................................. Milk, cheese, yoghurt, chicken, fish, eggs and baked beans help us grow strong bones and muscles – ‘Grow’ foods All of these GROW foods contain protein, a nutrient which is important when you are growing or when you need to repair a wound or injury. Foods that help build strong bones also contain calcium, whereas other ‘Grow’ foods provide us with iron which is important to keep our blood healthy.

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