We hear about many recommendations for diet from all sources, for example, “Eat 2000 calorie diet”, “Eat more fruits and Vegetables”, etc. The Dietary Guidelines recommend that at least half of all grains eaten (at least 3 one ounce-equivalents) per day should be whole grains because they can reduce the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes and may help with weight control.
How do you actually meet this recommendations? What food should I eat? What kind of Diet should I have?
To solve this, here are some of the diet planners:
- Create A Diet using Heart Healthy Diet. This interactive activity helps you create a diet based on Heart Healthy Diet.
- Create A Diet using TLC Diet. This interactive activity helps you create a diet absed on Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes (TLC).
- Interactive Menu Planner.The interactive menu planner is designed to guide daily food and meal choices based on one day’s calorie allowance. It may be used in advance to plan a meal, or at the end of a day to add up total calories, as well as fat, and carbohydrates consumed.