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Elements of physical health   4 th yr.
Elements of physical health   4 th yr.
Elements of physical health   4 th yr.
Elements of physical health   4 th yr.
Elements of physical health   4 th yr.
Elements of physical health   4 th yr.
Elements of physical health   4 th yr.
Elements of physical health   4 th yr.
Elements of physical health   4 th yr.
Elements of physical health   4 th yr.
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Elements of physical health 4 th yr.

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  • 1. An individual is considered healthy when all the systems of his body work well together and he is strong enough to overcome the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social challenges and changes in his life.
  • 2. ELEMENTS OF PHYSICAL HEALTH
  • 3. HOW TO MAINTAIN GOOD HEALTH? A.NUTRITION – EATING AND BEING FIT Eat Well Regularly Teenage girls and boys need about 2200 calories a day from the FOOD GUIDE PYRAMID. FOOD GUIDE PYRAMID – is a plan that helps you choose a healthy diet. It gives you a list of various food that can help maintain a healthy and physically fit body.
  • 4. NUTRIENT S1. CALORIE – is a unit of heat energy. 2. MINERALS – are so-called trace-elements 3. IRON – helps make hemoglobin which carries oxygen to the different cells of the body. 4. VITAMINS – are the body regulators. It helps build bones and tissues.  Vitamin B1 – thiamine  Vitamin B2 – riboflavin  Vitamin B complex – niacin  Vitamin C – ascorbic acid  HEMOGLOBIN – is a substance in red blood cells that carries oxygen to all parts of the body.
  • 5. 5. PROTEINS – are substances found in every cell of your body. It is also important part of the red blood cell. 6. CARBOHYDRATES – are the sugar and starches found in plants and in dairy products.
  • 6. B. REST, SLEEP, AND RELAXATION The required amount of rest and sleep differs for every individual. Fatigue can be overcome by rest and sleep. Young children need more sleep plus daytime nap. Adults need eight hours of sleep. Aside from sleep and rest, people also need relaxation specially after doing strenuous activities.
  • 7. C. EXERCISE Everyone should start developing a fitness program at a young age. This provides you with health and wellness benefits that could last a lifetime. D. CLEANLINESS Bacteria can cause infections and diseases which can be prevented by hygiene.
  • 8. E.E. MEDICALMEDICAL AND DENTAL CAREAND DENTAL CARE Everyone should seek and keep regular medical and dental consultations.
  • 9. Thank You for Participati ng in our Discussion!!

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