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Sugar Detective
Learning Objectives
By the end of this lesson, you should be able to:
Compare sugar content in different beverages you drink.
Use graphs to display the data from you experiments.
Read and interpret a nutritional facts label to determine sugar
content in beverages.
Calculate sugar amounts in drinks based serving sizes.
Draw conclusions about whether or not foods and drinks are
healthy.
Understand the importance of making healthy
food choices.
Engage
My Favorite Drink!!
What’s Your Favorite Drink?
Sugar and Drinks
What does
sugar have to
do with the
list of favorite
drinks?
“How Much Sugar is in Your Drink?”
Study the following slideshow:
– “How Much Sugar is in
Your Drink”
List the types of drinks that
are shown on each screen.
“How Much Sugar is in Your Drink?”
Study the “How Much Sugar
is In Your Drink” slideshow:
List the types of drinks that
are shown on each screen.
How Much Sugar
is In Your Drink
Sequence Based on Sugar Content
What are the effects of too much sugar?
Health Issues
Too much sugar in
your diet can lead to:
–Cavities
–Obesity
–Diseases such
as diabetes
Explore & Explain
Nutrition Facts Label
These labels are designed
to help you make quick,
informed food choices
that contribute to a
healthy diet.
Let’s see how they work!
– U.S. Food & Drug
Administration: How to
Understand and Use the
Nutrition Facts Label
Nutrition Facts Label
These labels are designed to help you
make quick, informed food choices
that contribute to a healthy diet.
Learn more about how to use
nutrition fact labels at the U.S.
Food and Drug
Administration’s website.
Understanding
Nutrition Facts
Labels
Record Your Data
Drink
Name
Serving
Size
Total # of
Servings
in Drink
Example:
Insert beverage
8 oz.
2
Total
Sugar in 1
Serving
Total
Sugar in
Drink
Total
Sugar in
20oz. of
Drink
24 grams
48 grams
60 grams
Create a Bar Graph
Bar Graph Example
Try This QR!
Graphing Tool:
Create-A-Graph
Drawing Conclusions
Breakin’ It Down
Talk about…
– What information on food labels
is important to think about when
you’re trying to figure out how
much sugar is in a drink?
– How much sugar in a drink is too much? Why?
Remember…
– Always look at sugar quantity, portion size AND
container size.
– Water and milk are healthy choices.
Study FUN
Study FUN
Extend
Drink Statistics
Check out the National Center for Health Statistic’s
Data Briefs on Consumption of Sugar
Drinks in the United States.
In your groups:
1. Look over the six Key Findings.
2. Analyze the six graphs shown.
3. Discuss how the information applies to you and the
choices you make about your diet and health.
4. Research other information and facts about the
consumption of sugary drinks.
Drink Statistics
Check out the National Center for Health Statistic’s
Data Briefs on Consumption of
Sugar Drinks in the United States.
In your groups:
1. Look over the six Key Findings.
2. Analyze the six graphs shown.
3. Discuss how the information applies
NCHS Data Briefs
to you and the choices you make
about your diet and health.
4. Research other information and facts about the
consumption of sugary drinks.
Learning More
Check out the following fit Kid Resources to
learn more about healthy drink options:
– “Fizzy Fruit” video
– “Fizzy Fruit” recipe
– “The Life of a Soda”
slideshow
Learning More
Check out the following fit Kid Resources to learn
more about healthy drink options.
Fizzy Fruit
The Life of a Soda
Taking Action
Use the information you have learned in class
to develop an action plan.
Find some time to research:
– Various type of sugars and
sweeteners. Determine if there are
natural substitutes without
negative health effects.
– Sugar content of products such as
salad dressings, salsa,
and sauces like ketchup.
Evaluate
Show What You Know
Which types of drinks have the most sugar?
What are some healthy alternatives?
Why is it important to read labels on food
and drinks?
What information should we pay attention
to on food labels?
fit Takeaways
Choosing water or milk
instead of sodas and
juice drinks will greatly
reduce the amount of
sugar you consume.
Reading food labels is a great way to know what is in
food and beverages so you can make healthy choices.
fit Resources:
How Much Sugar Is in Your Drink? (Slideshow)
http://fit.webmd.com/kids/food/slideshow/slideshow-sugardetective?ecd=cpl_dsc_lnk_1890_vid6
Other Resources:
U.S. Food and Drug Administration: How to Understand and Use the Nutrition
Facts Labels (website)
http://www.fda.gov/Food/IngredientsPackagingLabeling/LabelingNutrition/ucm
274593.htm#see1
Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity: Sugary Drinks FACTS: The Food
Advertising to Children and Teens Score (website)
•http://www.sugarydrinkfacts.org/
•http://www.sugarydrinkfacts.org/resources/SugaryDrinkFACTS_ReportSummar
y.pdf
National Center for Education Statistics: Create-A-Graph (interactive web tool)
http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/createagraph/
http://www.fit4theclassroom.com/
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