Food Guide Pyramid refers to a food guide which was introduced in 1984 that used six (6) food groups as a guide to established the basic principles of a balanced diet designed to help people maintain or improve their general health and reduce the risk of diet-related diseases. The Food Guide Pyramid was printed on such products as bread packages and cereal boxes and was used until early 2005.

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