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Healthy lifestyle for kids

  1. 1. FOOD
  2. 2. Vegetables Examples include •Broccoli •Carrots •Peas •Beans •Potatoes •Spinach •Tomatoes
  3. 3. Fruits The fruits you eat may be fresh, canned, frozen or dried and may be eaten whole, cut-up, or pureed.  Examples include apples, apricots, bananas, dates, grapes, oranges, grapefruit, mangoes, melons, peaches, pineapples, raisins, strawberries, tangerines, and 100% fruit juice.
  4. 4. Grainstypes of T here are two grains – whole grains and refined grains. At least half of the grains you eat should be whole grains, such as whole-wheat bread, wholegrain cereals and crackers, oatmeal, bulgur, and brown
  5. 5. Dairy Most of your choices should be fat-free or low-fat milk and milk products, but all milks and calcium-containing milk products count in this category. Examples include milk, cheeses, and yogurt as well as lactose-free and lactose-reduced products and soy beverages. Foods that are made from milk but have little or no calcium are not included, such as butter, cream, sour cream, and cream cheese.
  6. 6. Protein foods Choose from a variety of beans, peas, eggs, meats, fish, nuts, and seeds.
  7. 7. CHOOSE WATER AS A DRINK And the main thing is WATER
  8. 8. GOOD FOOD … A GOOD HABIT Food can be divided into different groups.
  9. 9. GOOD FOOD … A GOOD HABIT • We need to eat from each of the groups to stay healthy.
  10. 10. GOOD FOOD … A GOOD HABIT A diet which contains all the nutrients •CARBOHYDRATES, •PROTEINS, •FATS, •VITAMINS & • MINERALS required by a child for optimum growth is termed as a 'balanced diet'.
  11. 11. CARBOHYDRATES The primary role of carbohydrates is to provide the body with energy, and for the brain and nervous system carbohydrates are the preferred fuel source.
  12. 12. PROTEINS Protein builds, maintains, and replaces the tissues in your body. Your muscles, your organs, and your immune system are made up mostly of protein.
  13. 13. FATS The body uses fat as a fuel source, and fat is the major storage form of energy in the body. 
  14. 14. VITAMIN A Vitamin A in carrots helps you to see at night.
  15. 15. VITAMIN B B vitamins in leafy green vegetables help your body make proteins and energy.
  16. 16. VITAMIN C Vitamin C in oranges helps your body heal if you get a  cut.
  17. 17. VITAMIN D Vitamin D in milk helps your bones.
  18. 18. Essential food for Children • Calcium, Vitamins,
  19. 19. Junk Food… What is it? To put it simply, foods High in Salt, Sugar, Fat or Calories and Low Nutrient Content can be termed Junk Food.
  20. 20. Harmful Effects Of Junk Food • Fatigue
  21. 21. Harmful Effects Of Junk Food • Poor concentration: • These are traced to affect in immediate and medium term periods. • When you have a sumptuous junk meal rich in oil you feel drowsy and fail to concentrate. Over sustained periods of junk food eating, blood circulation drops due to fat accumulation. • Lack of vital oxygen, nutrients and proteins particularly can stale your grey (brain) cells temporarily
  22. 22. Harmful Effects Of Junk Food • • • • • • • Heart Diseases: Hypertension ( Increased Blood Pressure) Myocardial infarction (Heart Attack) Atherosclerosis Peripheral Vascular Diseases Ischemic Heart Disease Dyslipidemia ( Increased Cholesterol)
  23. 23. Harmful Effects Of Junk Food • • • • Anemia Vitamin Deficiencies Low Body Resistance Obesity
  24. 24. Harmful Effects Of Junk Food • Osteoporosis
  25. 25. Harmful Effects Of Junk Food • Intellectual & Mental Disturbances • • • • Lack of Concentration Headaches Increased Irritability Early Fatigue
  26. 26. Harmful Effects Of Junk Food • Gastro-Intestinal Ailments: • • • • • • Bloating of Stomach Hyper Acidity Stomach & Duodenal Ulcers Nausea & Vomiting Poor Appetite Oral Thrushes & Stomatitis
  27. 27. How to be fit?
  28. 28. SLEEP
  29. 29. BREAKFAST
  30. 30. EAT WHEN YOU EAT And not on the couch in front of the television. When your body tells you that you are full, listen. By paying attention to your body, you w ill be able to stop overeating and enjoy your food. As you pay more attention to the tastes of your food, you w ill enjoy eating different foods and experimenting w ith
  31. 31. 10 grams of food
  32. 32. Physical exercises to make your body strong
  33. 33. Leg Raises, Lying Working all the major abdominal muscles, obliques, hip flexors and also the front of the thighs
  34. 34. Push uP Working the chest muscles and arms
  35. 35. Crunch Working the stomach muscles