Food Guide Pyramid
This section contains 3 food pyramid charts and posters... You can easily download and print.
The USDA Food Guide Pyramid prioritizes food groups to help ensure that people obtain the RDA’s (Recommended Dietary Allowances).
Even though nutrient and calorie needs vary from person to person, depending on age, gender, size and physical activity level, most adults should try to eat at least the lower number of servings from each food group. Many athletes (and most men) can have the middle to upper number of servings.
The Food Guide Pyramid is a nutrient recommendation plan that suggests a pattern of food choices that represents current nutritional needs. The current food guide include fruit servings from 2-4, and vegetable servings from 3-5 per day, and bread and cereal servings from 6-11 per day. Further, an important overall concept that is proposed by the Food Guide Pyramid is that portions of fat of fat sources should be limited (top of the pyramid), and portions of fruits, vegetables and grains (bottom of the pyramid) should be increased.
Printable food pyramid Sizes Available
Free food pyramid guides that you can download and print for your home or the gym. The sizes available are 8 1/2 by 11 inches and 11 by 17 inches jpeg images. You can also download this food chart in poster sizes below.
Small Poster - 11” x 17”
This is the smallest standard poster size ideal for your home gyms, an office and fitness bulletin boards.
Medium - 18 “ x 24”
This poster size is great for your home gym or at a fitness center. They are large enough to frame and hang anywhere in the gym for motivation and instructions.
Large- 24” x 36”
This is one of the most common standard poster sizes. These posters are used for most applications on fitness center walls with plenty of space. This size can also be framed and used outside similar to a movie poster.