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Eat Healthy, Live Healthy, Be Healthy

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Transcript of Eat Healthy, Live Healthy, Be Healthy

Eat Healthy,

Live Healthy,

Be Healthy

By: Hallie, Lyndsey, Cydney

Chapter One
Your Total Health
What Affects Your Health?
Health Risks & Your Behavior
Chapter Two
Promoting Health & Wellness
Building Health Skills
Making Responsible Decisions & Setting Goals
Being a Health-Literate Consumer
Managing Consumer Problems
Chapter Four
Managing Stress
Coping with
Loss & Grief
Chapter Six
Foundations of a Healthy Relationship
Yourself & Others
Chapter Eight
Safe & Healthy Friendships
Peer Pressure &
Refusal Skills
Practicing Abstinence
Chapter Ten
The Importance of Nutrition
Healthy Food Guidelines
Nutrition Labels &
Food Safety
Chapter Twelve
Benefits of Physical Activity
Improve Your Fitness
Planning a Personal Activity Program
Fitness Safety &
Avoiding Injuries

Your health is mainly based upon 3 things
Physical Health

Hygiene, sleep, meals and physical activity

Mental/Emotional Health
Your challenges, self-esteem, stress and outlook
Social health
Communication, respect, supporting or getting support
To have a total health you have to keep a balance between this health triangle
Thing that affect your health are
Heredity, environment, attitudes, behavior, media, and technology
We are around things that can affect our health all the time
I would have to say cell phones and unhealthy habits are the biggest ones for our "age"
One way of taking control of your health is understanding components that influence it
It is super important to identify health risks in your life so that you can prevent it
6 big risks would be...
Tobacco use
Poor diets
Alcohol & other drug use
Inadequate physical activity
Sexual behavior
Behavior that promotes injuries or violence
The best way to protect yourself is to take steps to keep something from happening or getting worse
Chapter Fourteen
The Skeletal System
The Muscular System
The Nervous System
Achieving a high level of wellness means a higher life quality
One of the most important things for the government is to establish a good health in America
Everyday people have to make decisions about health, if you become informed and take these steps you can become health-literate
Know where to find health information
Decide the risks and benefits of treatment
Figure out how much medicine to take
Understanding test results

Health skills are skills used to become a better and more responsible person and improves health
Sharing ideas, feelings, listening
Refusal Skills
Conflict Resolution
Resolve problems with others

Accessing information

Locating valid sources of health information, products, and services
Analyzing Influences

Understanding the influencing on your health like peers, family, media, technology, culture
Practicing Healthful Behaviors

Acting to reduce risks or protecting yourself
Stress Management
Using healthy ways to reduce the stress in your life


Work to improve your own health and the health of your family and community
Decision Making

Using a step-by-step process to evaluate your options and make healthy choice
Goal Setting
Setting Goals and developing a plan to achieve those goals
Life is filled with decisions that you have to concur every single day wither it's what do I wear today or what job do I wanna do for the rest of my life
To make a better and more healthy decision you should set steps in place in order to make that decision
A goal is something that you are aiming for in life and you wish to achieve
There's two types of goals...
A long-term goal
This is a goal that will take multiple step to complete and you usually will make a plan in place to accomplish the type of goal

A short-term goal

This is a goal that you can achieve is a little amount of time without making to many decisions and you most likely will not need a specific plan
To be a health-literate consumer you need to...
Read product labels

Labels will tell you a lot about what the product contains and it will help with comparison shopping
Comparison Shopping

Cost and quality

Evaluating Information and Services
Physical Activity Benefits all sides of the health triangle
Boosts energy level
Reduces health risks
Stress relief
Mood enhancement
Meeting new people
Improves relationships
Several short workout sessions a day can have the same benefits as a long workout
Friendships you form will depend on several common attributes that you and your friends share.
When explaining your feelings use "I" message because it's the best way to talk about problems in a friendship.
Friendships can change as you develop new intrests and expand your social group.
can resist negative peer
pressure by learning to use refusal skills.
Peer pressure
can have a positive
or negative influence on your actions and behaviors.
responses are not effective ways to handle negative peer pressure.
Assertive refusal
is a
positive way
to resist negative peer pressure.
Group dating
gives you the opportunity to
with the opposite gender
pressure of one-on-one
sexually active can affect
your physical, mental/emotional, and social health.
Some teens may decide to
postpone dating.
from sexual activity is the best choice for teens.
Elements of fitness:
Cardiorespritory endurance
muscular strength
muscular endurance
body composition
Aerobic Exercise:
Intense short bursts of activity
The muscle work so hard that they create energy without using oxygen
Anaerobic Exercise:
Involves rhythmic activities
uses large muscle groups for an extended period of time
The ability to move your body parts through their full range of motion

Hunger is a physical need for food.
appetite is a desire to eat.
Family, culture, friends, time, money, and advertising can influence your food choices.
Nutrients supply your body with energy and help it to grow, repair itself, and function well.
Carbohydrates, protein, and fats provide you with energy.
Vitamins, minerals, and water do not provide energy but are necessary for many body functions.
The six nutrients are carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, and water.
Creating a fitness plan:
Consider personal needs
Principles of building fitness:
Use the F.I.T.T. formula
Frequency of workout
Intensity of workout
Type of activity
Time (duration) of workout

The five major food groups are grains, vegetables, fruits, milk, and meat and beans.
It is important to eat nutrient-dense foods that have a high ratio of nutrients to calories.
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans give recommendations for usual physical activity and healthy eating.

How to Protect yourself during physical activity:
Use correct safety equipment
Warm up and cool down
Exercise at YOUR skill level
Follow the P.R.I.C.E. procedure for minor injuries
Protect the affected area with a bandage
Rest the muscle or joint for at least a day
Ice the affected area for 10 to15 minutes
compress the affected area to reduce swelling
Elevate the injured area to keep swelling down
Serious injuries require medical care
Four steps to prevent foodborne illness are clean, separate, cook, and chill.
People with food allergies or food intolerances must take special care about the foods they eat.
Food labels provide information about ingredients, nutritional value, serving size, and calories.

Your Skeletal System:
Consists of bones, cartilage, ligaments, and tendons
6 functions of the skeletal system:
Support for body
Protects organs and tissues
Framework for muscles
Allowing movement
Produce red and white blood vessels
Storing fat, minerals, and calium
Potential Injuries:
dislocation or joints
tears and inflammation of connection tissue
The muscular system includes:
Smooth muscle
Skeletal muscle
Cardiac muscle
How to maintain muscle tone:
Regular exercise
High protein foods
Good posture
Proper equipment and clothes during exersice
Warm up, stretch, and cool down
Potential problems:
Muscle strains or sprains
Muscle dystrophy
Three types of neurons
Sensory neurons
Motor neurons
Three parts of a neuron
Cell body
Two organs that make up the nervous system
Spinal cord
Three main divisions of the brain
Brain stem
Four potential Problems of the nervous system
Head injuries
Spinal injuries

If you aren't satisfied with a product you can call the company but sometimes they will turn you down
Some other options are...
The Better Business Bureau
Consumer advocates
Local, State, and federal government agencies
Health fraud is something taht someone just had to deal with in life but some phrases to prevent you from falling for it are....
"Overnight results"
"Secret formula"
"All natural"
"Hurry, This offer expires soon"

Stress is the reaction of the body and mind to everyday challenges and demands
Stress can be both a
positive or negative
Stress can make you work harder for a goal
Stress can freak you out and make you give up
Stress is caused by

Stressors can be anticipated or unexpected
Stressors activate the nervous system and specific hormones
An ongoing stress can cause
A weaking immune system
High blood pressure
Bruxism, clenching of jaw or grinding teeth
Digestive disorders
When stress becomes a problem, the first step is to identify where it is coming from
Stress Management Skills

Refusal skills
Plan ahead
Think positively
Handling Stress or Reducing it's Affects

Practicing relaxation techniques
Redirect your energy

The first step to healing is acknowledge the loss
The Grieving process
Denial and Numbness
Emotional Release
Death is the hardest thing to go through so
Try to show as much support as possible
You are going to have relationships all throughout your life, and in the relationships you play different roles
At home your a daughter
At school your a classmate
In the community you are a citizen
A healthy relationship has...
mutual respect
caring relationship
honest relationship
Skills for building healthy relationships
If you have
self respect
it will make maintaining your relationships easy and make the relationship healthier
Respecting others
is important you can
earn respect
Listening to other people
Be considerate of others feelings
Develop mutual trust
Be realistic in your expectations

Don't disrespect by
Being a bully or hazing
There are 3 styles of communication
Using "I" messages

Telling how you feel about something

Listening Skills
Don't interrupt
Show interest
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