There have plenty of pyramid was found, among the famous are the great pyramids located on the Giza, Egypt. How many pyramids are in the world? Will there have no answer for it. According to the Wikipedia a pyramid is a structures shape in triangular and coverage a single point at the top. There are others forms of pyramids in the world such as flat-topped pyramid, pyramid hill and mount pyramid.
What the pyramid found at Malaysia?
Which forms of pyramids Malaysia belong?
The mysterious pyramid at Malaysia?!
What the mysterious pyramid is? Well, is Malaysia Food Pyramid!
The food pyramid is the foundation for a balance diet. It is a useful to guide Malaysian in balanced nourishment. Eating based on the food pyramid help maintain health. Malaysia food pyramid is a simple guide for individuals to vary their foods intake according to the total daily food serving recommended.
A food pyramid consists of four levels that represent five food group. Indicated beside each food group is the recommended number of servings per day from each group.
1. Rice, noodles, bread, cereal, cereal products and tubers.
2. Main source is carbohydrate which provides energy (50 – 55% of total daily energy).
3. A great source of dietary fiber. Dietary fiber provide many beneficial effects such as regular bowel movement, good gut health, lowering cholesterol and blood glucose.
4. Eat 4 to 8 servings in a day.
1. Fruit and vegetables
2. Good source of fibre, vitamins, minerals and phytochemical, which help strengthen immunity.
3. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables every day will benefit to health especially preventing several chronic disease such as diabetes type 2, cardiovascular disease and certain cancers.
4. Ear 3 servings of vegetables and 2 servings of fruits in a day.
1. Fish, poultry, meat, legumes, milk and milk products.
2. Good source of protein. Body uses protein to build and repair tissues. Protein is an important building block of bones, muscles, cartilage, skin and blood.
3. Milk and milk products providing calcium. Calcium builds strong bones, teeth, and maximises bones gain, which can prevent osteoporosis.
4. Recommended daily intake for this level:
– ½ – 2 servings of poultry, meat and egg.
– 1 servings of fish.
– ½ – 1 serving of legumes.
– 1- 2 servings of milk and milk products.
1. Fats, oil, sugar and salt.
2. Small amount of intake in a day. Limit intake of food contain high fats, oil, sugar and salt. Minimises uses of fats, oil, sugar and salt in food preparation.
3. Excessive intake of this level can contribute to high risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes, obesity, hypertension, cardiovascular disease and cancer.