Game: Guess the food

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Sure, you can spot an apple in a fruit line-up but what about from super close up? Play this fun game to get a really close look at the food you're eating and see if you can identify the usual suspects in your diet.

Let's have a little fun with your food! Play this game to guess the 10 foods and learn something about their healthy benefits. Here's how:

  1. Take a look at each blown-up, super close-up photo.
  2. Choose one of the three possible answers.
  3. If you need help, rollover the "Hint" button with your mouse.
  4. Click the "Tell me" button to see if you've picked the correct answer.
  5. Complete all of the questions to see how well you did.

(Why play alone? Try this game with friends and family.)

1. What food is this? Hint

Strawberry
Red Onion
Beet
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This article may contain information related to nutrition, exercise and fitness and/or general information provided by select health care professionals. This information is provided for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment or advice provided by a qualified professional. Speak to your healthcare professional before making any changes to your lifestyle or beginning or discontinuing any course of treatment.


 

References
  • Dieticians of Canada, "B" smart with your food, website
  • Dietitians of Canada, Eating well for vegetarian athletes, website
  • Dietitians of Canada, The Pleasure of healthy eating: Exploring the health benefits of chocolate, green tea and red wine, website
  • Health Canada, Eating well with Canada's Food Guide: A resource for educators and communicators, website
  • Health Canada, Whole grains: Get the facts, website
  • Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, Nutrition columns, Romance and chocolate, website
  • Mayo Clinic, Dietary fats: Know which types to choose, website
  • Mayo Clinic, Vegetarian diet: How to get the best nutrition, website
  • WebMD, Fruit of the month: Payapa! website

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