Healthy Living for Teens By: Jeremy Bowen 4/10/12 Jeremy Bowen 4/12/12
Purpose• Juggling school work, athletics, a part-time • Throughout this job and a social life presentation, click the with friends, it’s no arrow button to wonder teenagers advance to the next today struggle to live slide a healthy lifestyle.• This presentation is a guide for teens on how to eat healthy, stay fit, and live a balance free life.
Maintain a Healthy Diet • Jumpstart your day by eating a well-balanced breakfast. Here are some quick prep, delicious, high protein breakfast ideas to try: 1. Oatmeal with chopped nuts, raisins, a slide banana or slice strawberries 2. Add some fresh fruit to a low fat yogurt topped with some granola or chopped nuts 3. Whole grain toast or a bagel with peanut butter
Pack Lunch With a Punch • Lunch time in the – School Cafeteria school cafeteria is most likely a time where eating lunch is not a priority and socializing with your friends is. Here are some easy to eat, healthy lunch ideas to help you finish your school day strong and energized.
Healthy Lunch Ideas• Egg or tuna salad on whole wheat bread with lettuce and tomato and a piece of fruit on the side• Turkey on whole wheat wrap with lettuce• Salad with lots of colorful veggies
Satisfying Suppers• Stir fry vegetableswith shrimp, chicken • Add a small salad toor tofo each of the delicious• Chicken fajitas withguacamole and salsa dinner ideas below and• Broiled salmon or you will be able to finishchicken with your night strong andvegetables• Baked potato with energizedvegetable or chilitoppings
Smart Snaking Ideas• Whole wheat pretzels with spicy mustard• Rice cakes with peanut butter and raisins• Low fat yogurt topped with fresh fruit• Fresh cut veggies and hummus• Trail mix—combine whole grain oats, chopped walnuts, and dried cranberries
Why Exercise is Wise • Experts agree that teens should get 60 minutes or more of moderate vigorous exercise each day. • Aerobic exercise includes – Biking – Running – Swimming – Dancing
How Much Sleep DoYou Need?• Set a regular bed time• Exercise regularly • It is recommended that• Avoid caffeine after 4 teens sleep 8.5 to 9pm hours each night.• Relax your mind• Limit daytime naps However, if you have• Create the right difficulty waking in thesleeping environment• Wake up with a bright morning, are fallinglight asleep in classes, here are some tips