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Nutrition & Physical Activity -. By Nicole Walker & Haylie Walker, 7FDA. Contents- 5 a-day Anorexia & Obese Physical Activity Nutrition A-Z Healthy Food Conclusion. 5 a-day -.

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Nutrition physical activity

Nutrition & Physical Activity -

By Nicole Walker & Haylie Walker, 7FDA.


Nutrition physical activity

Contents-

  • 5 a-day

  • Anorexia & Obese

  • Physical Activity

  • Nutrition

  • A-Z Healthy Food

  • Conclusion


5 a day

5 a-day -

It is always good to have your 5 a-day! 5 fruit and 5 vegetables, and a glass of apple/orange juice or even a fruit smoothie will be 1 of your 5 a-day – We try to have 5 a-day so that we keep healthy with lots of vitamins.


Anorexia obese

Anorexia & obese-

What is anorexia?

Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder and a serious mental health condition.

People with anorexia have problems with eating. They are very anxious about their weight and keep it as low as possible by

strictly controlling and limiting what they eat. Many people with anorexia will also exercise excessively to lose weight.

It is thought that people with anorexia are so concerned about their weight because they:

  • think they are fat or overweight

  • have a strong fear of being fat

  • want to be thin .

    What is obese?

  • Obesity is when a person is carrying too much body fat for their height and sex. A person is considered obese if they have a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or greater (see box, to the left).

  • Today’s way of life is less physically active than it used to be. People travel on buses and cars, rather than walking, and many people work in offices, where they are sitting still for most of the day. This means that the calories they eat are not getting burnt off as energy. Instead, the extra calories are stored as fat.

  • Over time, eating excess calories leads to weight gain. Without lifestyle changes to increase the amount of physical activity done on a daily basis, or reduce the amount of calories consumed, people can become obese.


Physical activity

Physical Activity-

  • Try to do as much physical activities as possible, to keep you fit and healthy! If you don’t do any exersise or eat healthily you could end up like this:

And i’m sure you don’t want that!


Nutrition

Nutrition-

The food guide pyramid provides guidelines to healthy eating. The pyramid was designed to provide adequate calories, protein, carbohydrates, fat and nutrients for proper health. The pyramid emphasizes plenty of whole grains, vegetables, fruits, dairy products and low fat protein. Fats, oils and sweets are at the top of the pyramid to encourage lower consumption.


A z healthy food

A-Z Healthy Food

A- Apple

B- Banana

C- Cranberry

D- Date

E- Eggplants

F- Fennel

G- Grains

H- Huckleberry

I- Ita palm

J- Jalopino

K- Kiwifruit

L- Lemons

M- Melon

N- Nuts

O- Orange

P- Peaches

Q- Quince

R- Raspberries

S- Strawberries

T- Tomatoes

U- Ugli fruit

V- Vignola Black Cherry

W- Watercress

X- Xiuga

Y- Yellow watermelon

Z- Zucchini


Conclusion

Conclusion-

  • We have let a lot throughout this presentation and we hope you did too. 

    Here is the websites where we got some of our information from –

  • NHS- Choices.

  • Wikepedia.

  • Picsearch.

  • A-Z Healthy.

  • Answers.com.


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