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The Dietary guidelines for the Bahamas is described by a bottle sectioned into the Caribbean Food Groups. The  bottle-cap highlights physical activity and exercise.

  • Eat a variety of foods as shown in the diagram
  • Eat larger amounts of fruits and coloured vegetables
  • Eat less fatty, oily, greasy, and barbequed foods
  • Use less salt, salty foods, salty seasonings and salty snacks
  • Choose to use less sweet foods and drinks
  • Drink more water. It’s the healthier choice
  • Drink little or no alcohol
  • Be more physically active. Get moving

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