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Copy of GCSE PE diet and energy
Transcript of Copy of GCSE PE diet and energy
MOST will be able to give examples of different foods within each of the 7 areas.
SOME will be able to give feedback on the different dietary requirements for different athletes. Diet learning checklist:
Macro and Micro nutrients
7 areas of a balanced diet
The importance of nutrients in sport
Examples Learning Objective:
To know and understand the 7 key components of a healthy diet.
To give examples of different types within each of the 7 key components. Starter Supermarket Sweep Two minutes as tables.
Match the food examples with the food group.
Only 1 person from each table may move. X 1 PINT X 3 CUPS x 1 cup Main Course V
Water Macronutrients Fat Provides us with energy, warmth and protection Carbohydrates Carbohydrates maintain our energy stores so we can take part in physical activity Cakes, biscuits, chocolate Bread, pasta, rice Protein Much of our bodys tissues such as:
Skin are made up of protein Protein:
builds body muscle
excess is converted and stored as fat Carbohydrates
Converts to glucose to be used as energy
should provide 47% of daily energy requirements Omega 3 Vitamins Vitamins help with
Red blood cell production
Bones and teeth Minerals Fruit - vitamin C
Carrots - vitamin A
Nuts - Vitamin B1
Vegetable oil - Vitamin E Helps growth of bones
iron helps with the production of red blood cells and the way oxygen is carried around the body Micro nutrients Fibre This is sometimes called roughage
insoluble - helps digestion
soluble - helps reduce cholesterol Water Two thirds of the body is made up of water
we need a regular intake to replenish lost stores....from where? Sweat Urine Condensation Allows blood to flow more easily around the body Dessert Food and Energy We require energy to survive. We get this energy through our food.
Carbohydrates give us slow release energy
Fats and sugars give us fast release energy Energy Balance When our body is in energy balance we will not lose or gain weight. Losing weight This can be done in any of 3 ways =
Decrease energy intake (eat less)
Increase energy output (exercise more)
Do both Gaining Weight This can be done in any of 3 ways:
Increase energy intake = eat more
Decrease energy output = exercise less
Do both Annorexia
Over fat Define Plan a balanced daily meal plan for a sports performer of your choice.
Explain your choices in food! Marketplace Activity Macronutrients
& Micronutrients Can you split the 7 major food groups into two categories:
Macro and Micro nutrients
There are 3 Macro and 4 Micro
1 minute Watch the next two video clips:
Can you identify the similarities and differences in relation to diet? Plenary:
Be will be able to identify the 7 key components of a healthy balanced diet.
Be able to give examples of different foods within each of the 7 areas.
Be able to give feedback on the different dietary requirements for different athletes. Homework: Complete the 6 mark exam question.