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Nutrients for Active Living!


Haley Rhyneer

on 9 March 2010

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Transcript of Nutrients for Active Living!

Active Living http://www.dietitians.ca interactive website
-Take in plenty of carbohydrates.
-Get enough but not to much protein.
-Get enough vitamins and minerals
-Lots of water
-Electrolytes: sodium, chloride, and potassium, which work together to help maintain your body's fluid balance.

-Eat 3 main meals daily
-1-2 snacks, and an extra snack after a workout.
-Choose veggies and fruits with plenty of carbohydrates

-eat one main meal 2-4 hours before
-choose food that doesn't contain much fat
-drink 2 cups of water

-Drink 2 cups of water directly after workout, then 1/2 a cup every 15 minutes
-30 minutes after workout eat foods that contain 2-3.5 oz of carbs and .35- .5 oz of proteins
-2 hours after activity eat a solid, steady meal.
http://www.foodpyramid.com/fitness-with-a-healthy-eating-habit/ 1.click on link
2.Find "eat well live well" click on it
3.Go to lets make a meal. -Rely on healthy foods, not supplements to get the nutrients and energy your body needs.
http://www.capitalhealth.ca/newsandevents/features/2009/topicofthemonth-healthyeatingandactiveliving+(HEAL).htm Endurance and activities increase your heart, and work your lungs by doing activities that make you breathe harder and make you sweat. Strength activities and strength and build muscles and bones using resistance. Flexibility Activities help to keep your joints and muscles supple.
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