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eat right be bright

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Jessica Mangalindan

on 4 September 2014

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Transcript of eat right be bright

Eat Right, Be Bright
Eating Healthy
Eating Healthy
-Having a healthy diet of different kinds of food. Foods such as bread and wholegrain (particularly wholegrain), fruits and vegetables
-Eating food that's low in fat and trying not put salt in the food you eat
-Eating small amount of food that has a lot of sugar in it
-Drink at least 8 cups of water each day
Eat a balanced diet of nuts,lean meat and dairy products
-Exercise regularly
-Eating fatty foods at the bare minimum
-Eat and drink less high-kilo joule food
-Don't skip out on eating breakfast
-Eat foods rich in calcium
What motivates you to eat healthy?

-the fact that it makes you live longer if you make eating healthy a habit
- eating healthy will make you feel less tired
-increase in self-esteem as you become healthier and more fit
-remind yourself why you started eating healthy in the first place
-keep your focus on, rather than your failures!
-try paying less attention to what the scale says, and give yourself a pat on the back for all the behaviors you've changed
-keep focused on your goal and never give up

What is healthy?
-In a good physical or mental condition
-Not diseased, not sick, showing no negative symptoms
-Eating cakes and lollies are not restricted, but you should try to eat small amounts of these and not on a daily basis.
-Eating a lot of healthy foods like fruit, vegetables, and legumes may not taste nice. However, they have the wide variety of nutritious food that contains: energy, vitamins, minerals, and fibres you need to grow.
Changes and Feelings
-What you eat is converted to blood sugar. Cells use blood sugar for energy to help us maintain a stable mood.
-Eating healthy can maintain our blood sugars
- Eating foods that are slow to digest will also help maintain a stable mood. Foods such as beans, apples, oats, brown rice and vegetables.
-Protein can help avoid blood sugar crashes. Some good sources of protein come from foods such as seeds, yoghurt, milk, tofu, nuts, low fat cheese and peanut butter

Benefits of eating healthy
Eating healthy can help you :
-maintain wellness
- achieve a long life
-prevent chronic diseases that cost a lot to treat.

-Consuming healthy foods can improve your overall health.
-Healthy foods are whole, organically grown without pesticides and are unprocessed.

-Healthy foods reduce your risk of chronic diseases.
- Fruits and vegetables contain a bunch of antioxidants, which may lower your risk of getting cancer.
-Dairy and soy foods contain calcium, which can reduce your risk of osteoporosis.

-Eating right and exercising regularly can help you avoid excess weight gain and maintain a healthy weight.
Benefits of saving food
Australians throw out 20% of their foods.
Benefits of saving food:
- Save money, not having to buy more food
-help fix Environmental issues
e.g Save water, save more rubbish from being thrown out, reduce contamination in water
- More food for later
-Food incase of anything(emergency situation)
-More for later
-Not wasting food

some examples of How to save food:
e.g freezing, canning, pickling, refrigeration, heat, drying
-using containers
- storing food
-Have your own garden
- Planning out what you need
- Eat cheaper food
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