Wellness. Food Labels Lesson 1. Food Terms. A Food Label is a description of the different types of nutrients found in foods. Nutrition is the study of food and the way the body uses it. Nutrients are substances in food that provide energy and are necessary for life and growth.
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Applying perfume and/or cologne after gym class does not cover your sweaty smell!
Funky + Funky= Funkiest
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Carbs Fat Protein
Glycogen Body Fat
healthy or junk
depends on how many
nutrients it provides relative to
how many calories it contains.
if it makes up a large
part of your diet.
Everything in Moderation
Snacking isn’t bad if done right. It can increase your nutrient intake and help you maintain a healthy weight.
Eating smaller amounts of food (with nutritional value) throughout the day vs. 3 large meals a day can actually be better for your metabolism.
Conditions that involve an unhealthy degree of concern about body weight and shape and that may lead to efforts to control weight by unhealthy means
Characteristics of Eating Disorders
Never eating enough
Eating only certain types of foods
Eating too much
Not responding to natural feelings of fullness or hunger
How you see and feel about your appearance and how comfortable you are with your body
Having a healthy body image means you accept your body’s appearance and abilities
Involves self-starvation, a distorted body image, and low body weight
Intense fear of weight gain
Preferring to eat alone
Preoccupation with calories
Extreme weight loss
Loss of menstrual periods
Hair loss on head
Depression and anxiety
Weakness and exhaustion
An individual repeatedly eats large amounts of food and then uses vomiting or using laxatives to rid the body of the food
Preoccupation with body weight
Bingeing with or without purging
Bloodshot eyes and sore throat
Irregular menstrual periods
Depression and mood swings
Feeling out of control
Eating large amounts of food in one sitting
are usually accompanied by feelings of guilt, shame, and loss of control
Eating behaviors that are not severe enough to be classified as a specific eating disorder
Weight loss (less than anorexia)
Bingeing and purging less frequently than in Bulimia
Purging after eating small amounts of food
Deliberate dehydration for weight loss
Constant dissatisfaction with physical appearance
Professional help from physicians, psychologists, and nutritionists is essential to manage and recover from an eating disorder
At least eight
of water each day!
Why is it so
for our body?
Water is needed for every
body function, without the
proper amount of water
certain body functions may
not perform as they should.
Dehydration occurs when the body does not have enough water.
Dehydration can interfere with both mental and physical performance.
Dehydration could lead to death.
It’s important to drink
more water than you lose!
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