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  • 1. PHYSICAL EDUCATION
    Nutrition, Diets, and
    Physical Activities
  • 2. Nourishing or being nourished
    Proper balanced diet to promote health
    Anything that nourishes
    Nutrition Is ?
  • 3. Nutrition Requires
    Moderation in food
    Variety in food
    Balance in food
  • 4. Food Pyramid
  • 5. 6 Ounces every day
    Includes food like
    Whole grain cereal
    Whole grain bread
    Whole grain rice
    Whole grain pasta
    Grains
  • 6. Eat 2.5 cups every day
    Includes food like
    Broccoli
    Spinach
    Carrots
    Dry Beans
    Peas
    Vegtables
  • 7. Eat 2 cups every day
    Could be fresh, frozen, canned, or dried
    Not the same as fruit juices
    Fruits
  • 8. Get 3 cups every day
    Best to go low-fat or fat-free
    Includes
    Fat free milk
    Fat free yogurt
    Milk
  • 9. 5.5 ounces every day
    Best to eat low fat or lean meat
    Variety is exceptional
    Fish
    Beans
    Peas
    nuts
    Meat and Beans
  • 10. Why be Physically active?
  • 11. Mood Monitor- Reduces stress
    Sound sleep- Improve sleep habits
    Every Day Energy- Give energy to make it through the day
    Peak Performance- Feel Refreshed and ready for tasks.
    Examples of Each
  • 12. Aerobic or cardiovascular
    Improves health on heart and lungs
    Increase stamina
    Decrease body fat
    Includes activities like walking, running, biking, dancing, etc.
    Types of Physical Activities
  • 13. Strength or Weight Training
    Increase metabolism
    Increase muscle mass
    Increase balance
    Strengthen bones
    Includes lifting on weight machines, free weights, or elastic bands
    Types of Physical Activities
  • 14. Stretching or Flexibility
    Helps ease movements
    Improve flexibility
    Prevent muscle strain
    Prevents muscle injury
    Types of Physical Activities
  • 15. Crucial for a healthy lifestyle
    Must be maintained
    Promotes a well-being person
    Huge factor in every day life
    Physical Activity Combined
  • 16. N.p.: Meals Matter, 2010. Web. 3 Oct. 2010. <http://www.mealsmatter.org/EatingForHealth/Topics/Healthy-Living-Articles/Types-of-Physical-Activity.aspx>.
    N.p.: Shape Up America, n.d. Web. 3 Oct. 2010. <http://www.shapeup.org/publications/fitting.fitness.in/noframes/topreasons.htm>.
    N.p.: LovetoKnow Corp, 1996. Web. 3 Oct. 2010. <http://www.yourdictionary.com/nutrition>.
    p.: Changing Shape, n.d. Web. 3 Oct. 2010. <http://www.changingshape.com/resources/references/standardpyramid.asp>.
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