By Nancy Tringali Piho
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Unsaturated fats, derived from plant products, are liquid at room temperature. They include vegetable (peanut, canola, olive, sunflower, corn) oils and the oils in nuts, seeds, and many fish. Consumption of saturated fat is the major cause of high cholesterol levels, so these should have only a small place in the diet. Unsaturated fats are the ones that you may have heard referred to as the “good” fats; if they replace the “bad” fats in the diet, they may help to reduce blood cholesterol levels.
Some statistics from the survey: 2 ♦ Seven percent of children 9 to 11 months old eat French fries every day. In the 19 months to 2 years old category, that figure grows to 25% of children. ♦ Sixty percent of one-year-olds eat dessert or candy every day. Sixteen percent add a daily salty snack to the menu. And by the time children are 19 months old (that’s just over a year and a half, when most children aren’t even talking yet), 70% are consuming daily sweets, and 27% a salty snack. ♦ Thirty to forty percent of children just 15 months old consume a fruit drink (which is, by the way, primarily sugar) every day.
47 that in Japan, how food looks is as important as how it tastes. “We went to a pancake place for breakfast one morning with some other families, and one of the little boys, who was about five years old, was away from the table when his pancake order arrived. My mother was shocked that his mother proceeded to cut up the pancakes before he got there into child-size bites, without giving him a chance to see what the whole dish looked like. All he saw when he got to the table was a mess of pieces of food.