The energy providing food constituents which consist of starch, sugars and fibres are called…
A healthy diet throughout life promotes healthy pregnancy outcomes, supports normal growth, development and ageing, helps to maintain a healthy body weight, and reduces the risk of chronic disease leading to overall health and well-being.
What do you call when you can’t eat meat?
a special course of food to which one restricts oneself, either to lose weight or for medical reasons.
When you reach for your toes
the branch of knowledge concerned with the diet and its effects on health, especially with the practical application of a scientific understanding of nutrition.
Jumping up and down while moving your arms up and down
The addition of nutrients to foods at such a level as to make a major contribution to the diet.
When you March and you reach for the opposite arm and leg
When you pretend to sit down in the air and have your arms either crossed or in front of you
What is the measurement of 6 laps? (In Mater Academy Bay)
the action or fact of maintaining or supporting oneself at a minimum level.
food or provisions
A liquid that hydrates
A mix of greens, protein, etc.
A shake that includes protein
A bar with granola
When you’re in a weight loss journey
A period where you exercise
When you run to lose weight
body mass index
metabolic bone disease
body check up
A perosn's heart that speeds from a physical activity
A unit for heat measure
Activites that helps your body get in shape at least for 20 minutes
indicative of chronic disease risk
A fad diet is a diet that promises quick weight loss through what is usually an unhealthy and unbalanced diet.
a weight-to-height ratio, calculated by dividing one's weight in kilograms by the square of one's height in meters and used as an indicator of obesity and underweight.
cannot control blood suagr levels
enough energy we need to stay alive
meeting physical demands
over 10%, BMI is 30 or more
New born to Adult
tension from bad situations
specializing care of pregnant women and child birth
when somebody starves themselves
large repeating episodes of uncontrolled
inappropriate behaviors to prevent or obesity
eating behaviors thats harms one mentally
A range of psychological conditions that cause unhealthy eating habits to develop. They might start with an obsession with food, body weight, or body shape.
They can affect anyone but are most prevalent among
A disorder in which people starve themselves to achieve an unattainable ideal of thinness
One of the long-term effects of anorexia
People have this when they are at risk for anorexia
People may also engage in these in order to attain a lower weight
One of the symptoms of anorexia
Another symptom of anorexia
Characterized by eating large amounts of food rapidly and then purging in some way. This can include abusing laxatives, vomiting, and over-exercising.
As with anorexia nervosa, people most at risk for bulimia nervosa may be women who are living in certain kind of societies
One of the long term effects of bulimia
Another symptom of bulimia
Similar to bulimia with one notable exception—there is no purging. Instead, a person feels unable to stop themselves from eating too much. Because of this, they gain weight and often move into the obese weight categories quickly.
People most at risk for developing binge-eating disorder may be those who have a history of
Long-term consequences of binge-eating disorder can include becoming
Common signs of binge-eating disorder include eating
A common behavior associated with multiple eating disorders
Long-term effects of compulsive overeating can include
A symptom of compulsive overeating include a lack of control over eating
Another symptom include certain type of issues
Managing other existing mental disorders like anxiety can help ease the _______ of eating disorder symptoms