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
loss of taste
The practice of keeping one's mouth clean and free of disease and other problems (2 words, but write it with no space)
The thin, tough shell that acts as the outer covering of a tooth and is the hardest tissue in the human body
A sticky film of bacteria that forms on our teeth
Damage to a tooth's enamel due to attacking acids that bacteria in our mouth make (2 words, but write it with no space)
A mineral found in milk, yoghurt and cheese and helps promote strong teeth and bones
A mineral found in eggs, fish, lean meat and dairy which is good for strong teeth
A vitamin which promotes gum health, is found in citrus fruits but is quite acidic, so can weaken the enamel
A vitamin which helps calcium be absorbed into the body and can be gained from sunlight, oily fish and fortified foods
A mineral that teams up with calcium and phosphate to create a defence system in the enamel and is found in baked potatoes and UK tap water
A carbohydrate that is often added to processed foods, and leads to plaque on the teeth
A drink that helps cleanse the mouth and neutralise plaque acids
Who should take care in looking after their teeth, brush twice a day and floss and visit the dentist regularly?
Needed for a healthy immune system
Our primary source of energy
20% of our adult height and 50% of our adult weight are gained during these growth spurts
reduce calories by decreasing fat and sugar intake
fruits & vegetables,meat & alternatives,milk products and grain products
big group of nutrients
How much you eat in one siting
a macronutrient that you drink
meat alternative that has omega 3 fat in it
something you drink that has a high caffeine solution
average carbohydrates intake
average fat intake