Do You Think Your Daily Lifestyle has a BIG Impact on your Health and Fitness? By Samantha, Amy, Millie and Ellie 7N
Why did we choose this question? We chose this question because there is a lot of questions that can be asked that are linked to yourdaily lifestyle and how healthy students are at Island School and whether the is a difference between the oldest children of the school and the youngest.
What do we mean by your daily lifestyle? We want to find out how healthy you are by the food youeat and how much sleep you get and we also want to find out how fit you are so do you do any sports? By daily lifestyle we mean what you do everyday.
How did we measure this?We have measured this by surveying some Y13’s and some Y7’s and compare the two on how different they are. We will compare their sleep levels, when and what they eat and what sports they do.
What time do you go How long do youto sleep? sleep for? 11:00 on school days 6 hours 1:00 on the weekend Sleep Levels
When do you eat on What do you eat?school days? Breakfast: 6:30 Breakfast: Cereal Lunch: 1:10 Lunch: sandwich, pizza Dinner: 7:00- 8:00 Dinner: Rice, pasta Eating Habits
What sports do you How long do you dodo? sports for? Running At least an hour and Badminton once a week Dancing Sports
What do our results show? Our results show that year 13s don’t do as many sports and they don’tsleep as much because they are busy doing homework and studying for GCSEs and IBs.
What do the foods that Island Schoolsstudents eat have in them?What food has in it and if it is good for you…Cereal: Has sugar in it and can increase your BMI results. It depends on what cereal you eat and how often you eat it. If you ate coco pops for breakfast everyday you would get really fat and your pulse rate would go up dramatically. If you ate cereal that had no sugar in it; it would taste like cardboard. You would not get fat but you would not have much energy and you would not have a good mood for the rest of the day.Fruit: Fruit contains loads of vitamins and can be really good for you and can give you lots of energy. Fruit has got sugar in it. I’m not saying that the fruit you eat is bad for you. There are two different types of sugar one is the fat sugar which is bad for you and there is the good sugar gives you a long burst of energy, but you cant eat too much.Pasta And Rice: Pasta contains protein and carbohydrates. It can be good for you and is at the bottom of the food pyramid. This means that you should eat quite a bit of carbohydrates but you should try and avoid the white pasta, and eat more wheat pasta as it is healthier for you. The rice is the same as the pasta, the wheat is better for you.
These all affect the wayyou live and whether ornot you are healthy.Do you have somepotentially bad habits, ifso, how can you changethem?
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