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Healthy Eating and Nutrition
Transcript of Healthy Eating and Nutrition
On Physical Health
Provides you with energy
Allows you to function at the maximum level
Provides you with the vitamins and minerals that your body needs, from natural foods
Consists of: carbohydrates (60%), fruits and vegetable proteins (15%), and some fats (25%) A Healthy Diet To find your BMI:
Divide your weight in kilos by your height in metres squared.
25 or more is classified as overweight
30 or more is classified as obese. Body Mass Index The nations diet now includes more fast food and junk food.
In the last 60 years vegetable consumption has dropped by over 30%.
Only 13% of men and 15% of women eat their 5 portions of fruit and vegetables a day.
Only 30% of 15-21 year olds have a daily meal made of basic ingredients. Causes of higher BMI What does it mean to have a good diet?
How can you maintain a healthy weight?
Why is exercise important?
What determines the amount you should eat? The Facts We are growing into an overweight nation. Over 23% of men and women are now classified as obese (BMI of 30 or over). Battle Of The Takeaways Guess which meal contains the most fat:
Quarter pounder with cheese/fries vs portion of lasagne
Chicken tikka masala vs sweet and sour pork/egg fried rice
Pasta in a spicy tomato sauce vs portion of crispy duck
Stir fried chicken with boiled rice vs mexican chicken enchiladas Answers Quarter pounder with cheese/fries (40g)
portion of lasagne (45g)
Chicken tikka masala (47g)
sweet and sour pork/egg fried rice (60g)
Pasta in a spicy tomato sauce (12g)
portion of crispy duck (31g)
Stir fried chicken with boiled rice (13g)
mexican chicken enchiladas (40g)