Healthy lifestyle for chidren.

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Bad habits are something we don’t want to pick up. They’ll drag us down, holding us back from our potential.
And yet we let bad habits take hold in our lives. Most of the time we don’t even realize the habits are forming.
Why? Why does this happen?
We let bad habits take root because they slowly work their way into our lives.
Knowledge of what is bad and what is good is a key step towards to the avoidance of bad habits.
Children are very receptive to new information and thier education should include introduction to healthy lifestyle.

Published in: Health & Medicine

Healthy lifestyle for chidren.

  1. 1. Healthy Lifestyle Dr Edoardo Cervoni
  2. 2. FOODFOOD
  3. 3. Vegetables
  4. 4. Fruits
  5. 5. Grains
  6. 6. Dairy
  7. 7. Protein foods
  8. 8. WATER
  9. 9. The Eatwell Plate Fruit and vegetables Bread, other cereals and potatoes Meat, fish and alternatives Milk and dairy foods Foods containing fat Foods containing sugar © British Nutrition Foundation 2003 We need to eat from each of the groups to stay healthy.
  10. 10. “Inside” the food
  11. 11. Carbohydrates Energy
  12. 12. Proteins Building blocks
  13. 13. Fats Storage
  14. 14. VITAMIN A Vitamin A helps you to see at night.
  15. 15. VITAMIN B B vitamins help your body make proteins and energy.
  16. 16. VITAMIN C Vitamin C helps your body heal if you get a  cut.
  17. 17. VITAMIN D Vitamin D in milk helps your bones.
  18. 18. NO JUNK FOOD!
  19. 19. What is it? Processed Food High in Salt, Sugar, Fat or Calories and Low Nutrient Content
  20. 20. Harmful Effects Of Junk Food • Fatigue • Poor concentration
  21. 21. Harmful Effects Of Junk Food • Anaemia • Heart problems • Stroke • Vitamin Deficiencies • Low Body Resistance • Obesity
  22. 22. Harmful Effects Of Junk Food • Osteoporosis
  23. 23. Harmful Effects Of Junk Food • Gastro-Intestinal Ailments: • Bloating of Stomach • Hyper Acidity • Stomach & Duodenal Ulcers • Nausea & Vomiting • Poor Appetite • Oral Thrushes & Stomatitis
  24. 24. SLEEP
  25. 25. EAT WHEN YOU EAT And not on the couch in front of the television.
  26. 26. 10 grams of food

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