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Lesson 25.
Choosing Healthful
Foods
Pages 282-293
Unit 5
Elliott Nix
                 Proteins
• A nutrient is needed for growth, and to
  build and repair body tissues is a protein.
  Proteins are also needed to regulate body
  processes and to supply energy.
            Carbohydrates
A nutrient that is the main source of energy
  for the body is a carbohydrate.
  Carbohydrates include sugars, starches,
  and fiber.
                             Fats
• Saturated Fat- a type of fat found in dairy products, solid
  vegetable fat, and meat and poultry.
• Are in solid forms when in room temperature.
• Saturated fats contribute to the level of cholesterol in a persons
  blood.
• Cholesterol- is a fat like substance made by the body and found
  in certain foods.
• Fat- is a nutrient that provides energy and helps the body store
  and use vitamins.
Most Fats can be found in
Sugary Foods.
                     Vitamins
• Fat-soluble vitamins- a dissolves in fat and can be
  stored in the body
• There are four fat-soluble vitamins: A, D, E, And K
• Water-soluble vitamins- a vitamin that dissolves in
  water and cannot be stored by the body in significant
  amounts.
• Vitamins C and B are perfect examples.
• Vitamin B Complex- have 6 types which are called
  Vitamin B 1,2,3,6,9 and 12
              Water
• Water makes up the basic parts
  of your blood, helps waste
  removal, regulates your body
  temperature and cushions the
  spinal cored and joints.
                Food Labels
• The listing of the amount of food that is
  considered a serving is called the serving size.
• The listing of the number of serving in the
  container or package is called the servings per
  package.
• The calorie listing is the listing of the number of
  calories in one serving of the food.
      Decoding Food Labels
Most foods have a listing of ingredients.
 It tells what parts make up the food.
Ingredients – pieces that make up a
  particular food. Examples would be
  milk, eggs, strawberries, squash,
  noodles, etc.
Ingredients are
whats in the food.
Questions
                         Questions 25
  1.What is a protein needed     2.A saturated fat is a type of fat
     for?                        found in…
  A- cell membranes
  B- dietary disposal            A- vitamins
  C- repair and build body       B- proteins
     tissues
  D- nothing, it’s not needed    C- carbohydrates
                                 D- dairy Products

2.What does a Carbohydrate
include?                         4.What are the four fat soluble
                                 Vitamins?
A- sugars, starches, and fiber
                                 A- a,d,e,k
B- sugars and starches
                                 B- a,b,c,d
C- fiber and sugar
                                 C- a,c,d,e
D- fiber and starches
                                 D- b,c,d,e
                 Questions Cont’d
5.What makes up the basic parts of    7. What is the main source of the
Your blood?                           body?
A- red blood cells                    A- protein
B- nutrition
                                      B- fat
C- Water
D- white blood cells                  C- water
                                      D- Carbohydrates

6. What is a food label?
                                     8. Most Fats can be found in…
A- An ingredients list on the
                                     A- Sugary foods
product
                                     B- bread and Carrots
B- a labeling company for food
                                     C- pasta and bananas
C- crucial war in 1800’s
                                     D- beef and pork
D- a sport
                  Questions Cont’d
9. Cholesterol is a…        10. What are ingredients?
A- main part of your diet   A- Things that make up the food
B- nutrient in fiber        B- the salt and pepper in the dining room
C- Fat like substance
                            C- crumbles when you’re finished
D- your brain
                            D- leftovers
Answers
              Questions 25 Answers
  1.What is a protein needed     2.A saturated fat is a type of fat
     for?                        found in…
  A- cell membranes
  B- dietary disposal            A- vitamins
  C- repair and build body       B- proteins
     tissues
  D- nothing, it’s not needed    C- carbohydrates
                                 D- dairy Products

2.What does a Carbohydrate
include?                         4.What are the four fat soluble
                                 Vitamins?
A- sugars, starches, and fiber
                                 A- a,d,e,k
B- sugars and starches
                                 B- a,b,c,d
C- fiber and sugar
                                 C- a,c,d,e
D- fiber and starches
                                 D- b,c,d,e
                  Questions Cont’d
5.What makes up the basic parts of    7. What is the main source of the
Your blood?                           body?
A- red blood cells                    A- protein
B- nutrition
                                      B- fat
C- water
D- white blood cells                  C- water
                                      D- carbohydrates

6. What is a food label?
                                     8. Most Fats can be found in…
A- an ingredients list on the
                                     A- sugary foods
product
                                     B- bread and Carrots
B- a labeling company for food
                                     C- pasta and bananas
C- crucial war in 1800’s
                                     D- beef and pork
D- a sport
                  Questions Cont’d
9. Cholesterol is a…        10. What are ingredients?
A- main part of your diet   A- things that make up the food
B- nutrient in fiber        B- the salt and pepper in the dining room
C- fat like substance
                            C- crumbles when you’re finished
D- your brain
                            D- leftovers
Lesson 26
Following Dietary
Guidelines
Pages 294-301
Unit 5
Elliott Nix
         The Food Groups
• The food guide pyramid is a guide that
  tells how many servings from each food
  group are recommended for each day.
         Dietary Guidelines
• What to know about dietary guidelines are
  is, The USDA’s dietary guidelines are
  designed to promote good health. When u
  follow the guidelines, you obtain the
  nutrients your body needs and reduce the
  risk of developing certain diseases.
              Vegetarian Diets
• A diet in which vegetables are the foundation and meat,
   fish, and poultry are restricted or eliminated is a
   Vegetarian diet.
• The diet in which they exclude foods of animal origin is a
   vegan diet.
• A diet that excludes eggs, fish, poultry, and red meat is a
   ova-lacto-vegetarian diet.
• The diet that excludes red meat is a semi-vegetarian
   diet.
 • As a vegetarian, one should
 eat soy beans since they are
 the only vegetable that contains
 protein found in meat and fish.
Questions…
                   Ch. 26 Questions
1.The food guide pyramid is a       3.When you follow the UsDa’s
Pyramid that tells you…             guidelines you obtain the
A- everything about day             necessary ___ for your body.
B- what to eat on a diet            A- carbohydrates
C- how much food is recommended
                                    B- sugars
   for each day
D- nothing about anything           C- fats
                                    D- nutrients
2.The UsDa’s guidelines are to
promote…
                                  4. When you follow the UsDa’s
A- good health                    guidelines it ___ the risk of disease.
B- death                          A- reduces
C- knowing risks                  B- promotes
D- illnesses                      C- takes away completely
                                  D- doesn't help at all
                             Cont’d
5. When fish are eliminated from       7. When you get rid of eggs in your
your diet, you are a __?               diet, you are a __?
A- Semi-vegetarian                     A- Semi-vegetarian
B- Vegetarian                          B- Vegetarian
C-vegan                                C-vegan
D- ova-lacto-veggie-diet
                                       D- ova-lacto-veggie-diet

6. When you exclude foods with a
                                   8. When your diet only allows a little bit
animal origin you are a __?
                                   of red meat, you are a ___?
A- Semi-vegetarian
B- Vegetarian                      A- semi veggie diet
C-vegan
                                   B- vegan
D- ova-lacto-veggie-diet
                                   C- ova-lacto-veggie-diet
                                   D- FREAK!!!
Questions Cont’d
              Questions 25 Answers
  1.What is a protein needed     2.A saturated fat is a type of fat
     for?                        found in…
  A- cell membranes
  B- dietary disposal            A- vitamins
  C- repair and build body       B- proteins
     tissues
  D- nothing, it’s not needed    C- carbohydrates
                                 D- dairy Products

2.What does a Carbohydrate
include?                         4.What are the four fat soluble
                                 Vitamins?
A- sugars, starches, and fiber
                                 A- a,d,e,k
B- sugars and starches
                                 B- a,b,c,d
C- fiber and sugar
                                 C- a,c,d,e
D- fiber and starches
                                 D- b,c,d,e
                  Questions Cont’d
5.What makes up the basic parts of    7. What is the main source of the
Your blood?                           body?
A- red blood cells                    A- protein
B- nutrition
                                      B- fat
C- water
D- white blood cells                  C- water
                                      D- carbohydrates

6. What is a food label?
                                     8. Most Fats can be found in…
A- an ingredients list on the
                                     A- sugary foods
product
                                     B- bread and Carrots
B- a labeling company for food
                                     C- pasta and bananas
C- crucial war in 1800’s
                                     D- beef and pork
D- a sport
                  Questions Cont’d
9. Cholesterol is a…        10. What are ingredients?
A- main part of your diet   A- things that make up the food
B- nutrient in fiber        B- the salt and pepper in the dining room
C- fat like substance
                            C- crumbles when you’re finished
D- your brain
                            D- leftovers
I. As a vegetarian, one   10. What kind of protein does
   should eat what kind   soy beans contain?
   of beans?              A. protein found in meat and
A. Soy                      fish.
                          B. protein found in grains and
B. Black                    wheat
C. Kidney                 C. protein found in sugar and
D. None of the above        starches
                          D. protein found in eating
                            cardboard
Using Diet to Guard
Against Disease
Lesson 27 pgs. 302-309

By Alexander Blanding
Diet and Cancer

 Diets with high usage of antioxidants
  have been associated with decreased
  rates of esophagus, lung, colon, and
  stomach cancer. An Antioxidant is a
  substance that protects cells from being
  damaged by oxidation.
Tips to reduce chances of
getting cancer
 Avoid obesity.
 Eat several servings of fruit and
  vegetables each day.
 Limit fat intake. (Smoked, Salted, or
  Nitrate-cured).
 Don’t drink alcohol as a teen.
Diet and Cardiovascular
Disease
 A mineral your body needs only in small
  amounts is sodium.
 The recommended daily allowance of
  sodium is three grams.
 To much sodium can affect people in
  different ways.
 It may cause some people to retain body
  fluid and, as a result, have increased
  blood pressure.
       Diet and Osteoporosis
 Calcium is a mineral that is essential to bone
  growth.
 A deficiency of calcium, especially in females,
  increases the risk for osteoporosis. Osteoporosis
  is a disease characterized by low bone mass
  and deterioration of bone tissue.
 There are many good sources of calcium,
  including yogurt, milk, cheese and leafy green
  vegetables
                  Diet
A healthy diet is one that is intended
 to improving or maintaining good
 health.
This usually involves eating nutrients
 by eating the appropriate amounts
 from all of the food groups, including
 an adequate amount of water.
          Hypoglycemia Facts
                                 Hypoglycemia is a
                                  condition in which there
 Some symptoms of
                                  is too much insulin in
    hypoglycemia may include:
                                  the body, causing the
   Dizzy or shaky
                                  blood sugar level to be
   Fast heartbeat                low.
   Sweating or clammy
                                 Insulin is a hormone
   Nervous or irritable          that regulates the blood
   Hunger                        sugar level.
   Blurry vision
   Weak or tired
   Headache
                Diabetes

 Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not
  produce or properly use insulin.

 The cause of diabetes continues to be a
  mystery, although both genetics and
  environmental factors such as obesity and lack
  of exercise appear to play roles.
The Signs of Diabetes and
how to treat it.
 The Diabetes it treat    The Sign of Diabetes
    is by.                    are.
   A healthy Diet           Frequent urination
   Exercising               Excessive thirst
   Medications              Cravings for sweets
   Insulin                  weakness
       Food Allergies and Intolerances

 If you think you have a food allergy or
  intolerance, then it's important to get a
  proper diagnosis. Don't cut food groups out of
  your diet without medical advice, because you
  could miss out on important nutrients.

 Most allergic reactions to food are mild, but
  sometimes they can be very serious. If someone
  has a food allergy they can react to just a tiny
  amount of the food they are sensitive to.
        Symptoms of an allergic reaction
 The most common symptoms of an allergic reaction
  include:

 coughing
 dry, itchy throat and tongue
 itchy skin or rash
 nausea and feeling bloated
 diarrhea and/or vomiting
 wheezing and shortness of breath
 swelling of the lips and throat
 runny or blocked nose
 sore, red and itchy eyes
     Questions?

1. What is a Symptoms of an allergic reaction?
A. Red eyes        B. you grow 2 inches
C. Swelling of leg D. you faint

2. If a person believe they have food allergy or
    intolerance they should get a proper _____?
A. Proper Therapist        B. Proper Diagnosis
C. Proper Dentist       D. Proper Orthodontist
        Questions

 3. Diabetes is a disease in which the body does
    not produce or properly use_____?
    A. Pills               B. Cells
    C. Insulin             D. Money

    4. What is a treatment for Diabetes?
A. Drinking             B. listening to Music
C. find a job           D. Exercising
        Questions

 5. What condition is it when there is too much
  insulin in the body causing the blood sugar level
  to be low?
  A. Hypoglycemia          B. Helium
  C. Hydrogen              D. Headache
 6. A healthy ____ is one that is intended to
  improving or maintaining good health.
  A. skill B. Diet C. body D. car
    Question
 7. What is a mineral that is essential to bone
  growth?
 A. Calories         B. Weed
  C. Calcium          D. Milk
 8. What is a sources of calcium?
  A. coke B. sprite
  C. fast food D. Milk
Question

 9. What mineral does your body needs
  but only in small amounts?
  A. sodium         B. crack
  C. minerals        D. sugar
 10. What is a substance that protects
  cells from being damaged by oxidation?
  A. apple         B. antioxidant
  C.TNT             D. insulin
ANSWERS
     ANSWERS

1. What is a Symptoms of an allergic reaction?
A. Red eyes        B. you grow 2 inches
C. Swelling of leg D. you faint

2. If a person believe they have food allergy or
    intolerance they should get a proper _____?
A. Proper Therapist        B. Proper Diagnosis
C. Proper Dentist       D. Proper Orthodontist
        ANSWERS

 3. Diabetes is a disease in which the body does
    not produce or properly use_____?
    A. Pills               B. Cells
    C. Insulin             D. Money

    4. What is a treatment for Diabetes?
A. Drinking             B. listening to Music
C. find a job           D. Exercising
        Questions

 5. What condition is it when there is too much
  insulin in the body causing the blood sugar level
  to be low?
  A. Hypoglycemia          B. Helium
  C. Hydrogen              D. Headache
 6. A healthy ____ is one that is intended to
  improving or maintaining good health.
  A. skill B. Diet C. body D. car
    Question
 7. What is a mineral that is essential to bone
  growth?
 A. Calories         B. Weed
  C. Calcium          D. Milk
 8. What is a sources of calcium?
  A. coke B. sprite
  C. fast food D. Milk
Question

 9. What mineral does your body needs
  but only in small amounts?
  A. sodium         B. crack
  C. minerals        D. sugar
 10. What is a substance that protects
  cells from being damaged by oxidation?
  A. apple         B. antioxidant
  C.TNT             D. insulin
Unit 5 -Nutrition, Lesson 25
       By: Rana Abuhashem
          6th period -Health
             Food
 Nutrition- the process of consuming use food
 The substance in food that helps the body
  with the process is nutrient
 Nutrition provides energy to the body.
 The unit of energy produced by a food is a
  calorie.
 There are 6 categories of nutrients, each has
  a different function and sources of nutrients.


                      Pg. 282
          Protein
 Protein is a nutrient need for growth, and
  to build and repair tissues.
 There are 2 types of protein complete and
  incomplete proteins.
 Complete proteins contain all essential
  amino acids.
 Incomplete proteins do not contain all
  essential amino acids.
 Amino acids are the building block of
  protein.           Pg. 283
         Carbohydrates
 Carbohydrate is a nutrient that is the main source of
  energy for the body, it includes sugar, starches, and
  fiber.
 There are 2 types of carbohydrates simple and
  complex carbohydrates.
 Simple carbohydrates is sugar that enters the
  bloodstream rapidly & provides quick energy.
 Complex carbohydrates is fiber, part of a grain that
  can’t be digested, and starches, food substance that is
  made and stored in most plants.

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Fatsis astore vitamins.provides energy and helps the body
 Fats
  use and
          nutrient that

 The are 3 types of fats: saturated and saturated and trans-
  fatty acids.
 Saturated fat is a type of fat found in meat, poultry, dairy
  products, and solid vegetable fat.
    Cholesterol is fat-like substance made by the body and found
     in certain food.
 Unsaturated is a type of fat found in fish and plant
  products.
 Trans-fatty acids formed when vegetable oils are processed
  into solid fats such as shorting
    Hydrogenation is the process of liquid oils becoming solid.

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             Vitamins
 Vitamins help the body use carbohydrates, proteins,
  and fats.
 There are 2 types of vitamins: fat-soluble and water-
  soluble vitamins.
 Fat-soluble vitamins are vitamins that dissolves in fat
  and can be stored in the body
 Water-soluble vitamins are vitamins that dissolves in
  water and can’t be stored in the body in significant
  amounts.


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            Minerals
 Minerals is a nutrient that regulates many
  chemical reactions in the body.
 There are 2 types of minerals: macro minerals
  and trace minerals.
 Macro minerals are minerals that are greater
  than 100mg.
 Trace minerals are minerals that are needed in
  very small amounts.
      Herbal supplements
 Herbal supplements contains extract or ingredients
  from roots, buds, seeds, stems, leaves, or flowers of a
  plant.
 They are not officially classified as a drug and are not
  proven safe. Take at your own risk.
 Protein supplement is a product that contains protein
  that are intended to supplement one’s diet.
          Water
 Water is a nutrient that involves all
body processes.
 Dehydration occurs when the water
content of the body is very low.
 Diuretic is a product that increases the
  amount of urine that is excreted.
      Food labels
 Food labels are required by the FDA. They contain
 nutrition information, they contain:
   Serving size-the amount of food considered a
      serving.
     Serving per container-how many serving in the
      container
     Calorie listing-the number of calorie in each serving
     Calories from fat-the number of calorie from fat in
      each serving
     Percent daily value-amount of nutrition provided in
      one serving
 Questions
Match
A. Fats           D. Protein      G. Minerals     J. Water
     B. Nutrition E. Carbohydrate H. Herbal supplements
     C. Calorie   F. Vitamins     I. Protein supplement
1.  the process of consuming use food
2.  The unit of energy produced by a food is
3.  is a nutrient need for growth, and to build and repair tissues.
4.  is a nutrient that is the main source of energy for the body, it
    includes sugar, starches, and fiber.
5. a nutrient that provides energy and helps the body use and store
    vitamins.
6. help the body use carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.
7. is a nutrient that regulates many chemical reactions in the body.
8. contains extract or ingredients from roots, buds, seeds, stems,
9. is a product that contains protein that are intended to supplement
    one’s diet.
10. is a nutrient that involves all body processes.
Answers
Match
A. Fats               D. Protein      G. Minerals     J. Water
     B.   Nutrition   E. Carbohydrate H. Herbal supplements
     C.   Calorie     F. Vitamins     I. Protein supplement
1.  the process of consuming use food
2.  The unit of energy produced by a food is
3.  is a nutrient need for growth, and to build and repair tissues.
4.  is a nutrient that is the main source of energy for the body, it
    includes sugar, starches, and fiber.
5. a nutrient that provides energy and helps the body use and store
    vitamins.
6. help the body use carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.
7. is a nutrient that regulates many chemical reactions in the body.
8. contains extract or ingredients from roots, buds, & seeds
9. is a product that contains protein that are intended to supplement
    one’s diet.
10. is a nutrient that involves all body processes.
Unit 5 -Nutrition, Lesson 25
       By: Rana Abuhashem
          6th period -Health
Weight and Body Composition
 Body frame: The           Body composition: A
 approximate weight and     physician or dietitian will
 density of the bone        emphasize the
 structure is your body     importance of having a
 frame. The size and        healthful body
 thickness of bones vary    composition. Percentage
 from person to person.     of body fat can vary.
                            There are two kinds of
                            body fat. Essential body
                            fat is the amount of body
                            fat needed for optimal
                            health
Weight Management Plan
 A weight management plan is based on caloric intake
  and caloric expenditure, the number of calories a
  person uses for BMR, digestion, and physical activity.
 Caloric intake: Caloric intake is the number of
  calories a person takes in from foods and beverages.
Goal setting/ Decision making
 When you plan any type of setting, it is
  important and best to:
 Create an health contract or some type of plan.
  Start by writing your master goals.
 Then write the health behavior you want to
  practice as an health goal.
 Next write specific statements
that describe how this healthful.
Gaining Weight
 A body weight that is 10 percent or less desirable body
  weight is underweight.
 people who are underweight may be malnourished.
 Malnutrition: is a condition in which a body the body
  does not get the nutrients required for optimal health.
Losing weight
 There are healthy ways to lose weight. A person should
  attempt to lose weight AFTER checking with their
  doctor.
 Types of diets:
   Liquid diets
   Fad   diet
   Starvation diets
   Diet pills
Liquid diets
 Liquid diets: are diets in which liquid is substituted for
  meals.
 Before a person can go on a liquid diet a person must
  have a physical examination and lots of blood work
  and tests done.
 They can be dangerous if misused.
A fad diet
A fad diet is a quick weight loss strategy, in which a
  person consumes loss than they regularly consume,
  and eats “zero” calorie food.
Examples are: cabbage soup and grape fruit.
 Starvation diets
 Starvation diets are diets in which a person starves
  themselves by restricting most calories.
 Starvation diets are dangerous and should never be
  practiced.
  Diet pills
 Some diet pills can be purchased from drug stores and
  grocery stores.
 These are also dangerous. They can be addictive, and
  ineffective.
Eating Disorders
 A condition in which a person has compelling need to
  starve, binge, or to binge and purge is an eating
  disorder.
 Teens with eating disorders feel compelled to starve,
  eat to excess, vomit, use laxatives, and diuretics, and to
  exercise to the extreme to control their weight.
Why Some teens are at risk for
eating disorders?
 Emphasis on appearance
 Uncomfortable with secondary sex characteristics.
 Perfectionism
 The need to control
 Express of emotions
Types of eating Disorder
Teens with Anorexia      Teens with Bulimia
 Females 14 to 18        Females 15 to 24
 Are very thin           May have normal weight
 Deny their behavior     Are aware of their behavior
 Deny they are hungry    Recognize they are hungry
 Withdraw from others    Outgoing and social
 Resist treatment        More likely to get help
Teens that are uncomfortable with
their secondary sex characteristics
 Some females begin to wear baggy clothes to hide
  their breasts.
 Some males may feel embarrassed about voice
  changes during puberty.
 They may also have difficulty dealing with other
  hormonal changes.
 These teens may starve or binge and purge rather
  than talk about their feelings.
Teens that are perfectionists
 Teens that are perfectionists are overly critical of
  themselves.
 Perfectionism is the result of feeling inadequate and
  insecure and often because adults had unrealistic
  expectations of them during their childhood.
 When perfectionists go on diets, they may go
  overboard, resulting in eating disorders.
Teens that feel the need to control
 These teens may have had traumatic childhoods filled
  with alcoholism or abuse and were not able to rely on
  responsible adults to protect them.
 As a result, these teens find it hard to trust the
  unknown and feel more secure controlling situations.
 They use extreme dieting and exercising as a way to
  exhibit control
Difficulty expressing
           emotions appropriately
  Some troubled teens that are frustrated, lonely,
   depressed, or anxious may substitute other behaviors
   for the healthful expression of these emotions.
  Some teens may starve while others rely on excessive
   eating to abate their emotional needs.
Things to know about Anorexia
Nervosa
 Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder in which a
  person starves himself or herself and weighs 15% or
  below desirable weight.
 Anorexia is life threatening.
 Anorexics may also exercise to extremes in order to
  lose weight
Anorexics are obsessed with being
               thin
 They do not recognize when
  they are dangerously thin.
 While looking in a mirror,
  they see themselves as fat
  while they actually are very
  thin.
 Anorexics are obsessed with
  weight loss and will often
  abuse laxatives, enemas, and
  diuretics.
Most Anorexics are perfectionists
 Anorexic teens are often obedient, respectful, and are
  good students.
 They often set high expectations of themselves and
  feel inadequate if these expectations are not met
  consistently. To gain back control, they starve
  themselves.
 If family members or others pressure them, they
  become even more committed to starving.
 Anorexic teens deny their abnormal behavior.
Treatment for Anorexia
 Physicians, nurses, dietitians, and mental health
  professionals team up to treat Anorexia.
 A treatment plan is made that deals with physical,
  mental, and emotional health problems.
 A hospital stay is sometimes needed to replace lost
  fluids and nutrients, and conduct tests.
 Mental health professionals work with the anorexic
  teen and his or her family.
What is a bulimia?
 Bulimia is an eating disorder characterized by binge
  eating (uncontrollable over eating) then they purge
  there self by taking laxatives or vomiting.
 Bulimia is related to deep psychological issues and feelings
  of lack of control. Sufferers often use the destructive eating
  pattern to feel in control over their lives. They may hide
  their emotions and overeat when stressed or upset. Body
  weight is usually normal, although the person may think
  that they are overweight. If bulimia is accompanied by
  anorexia, body weight may be extremely low.
Who’s affected
 Anyone can get bulimia
 Bulimia can start at any age, although it normally
  occurs during late teens. It's thought that during their
  lifetime about eight out of 100 women will be affected
  by bulimia.
 More women have bulimia than men. The condition is
  believed to be two to three times more common than
  anorexia.
Treatment
 There is no known treatment that can actually cure
  bulimia all that can be done is to build up a healthy
  diet.
 Antidepressant drugs may be used to help.
 Support groups are helpful and encouraging during
  difficult times, such as these.
What to know about Eating
Disorder and Obesity.
 Binge eating disorder is when a person that cannot
  control eating and eats excessive amounts.
 Teens with eating disorder need medical and
  psychological.
 Binge eating disorder is more common in people who
  are severely obese.
 Their attempts at weight loss are never successful.
  How it harms your health.
 There can be an increase
  of the heart rate and blood
  pressure.
 It can cause the risk of
  cardiovascular disease,
  high blood pressure,
  diabetes, and some types
  of cancer.
 Teens with binge eating
  disorder may lack self-
  respect, negative self-
  esteem and depression.
Treatment for eating disorder
 Treatment involves a team of health-care
  professionals who deal with physical & emotional
  problems.
 A weight-loss plan.
 Therapy, nutrition classes, and support groups are
  helpful.
QUIZ!!!!!!!!!
Quiz
Match
 A.   Body composition      D. Starvation diets   G. Eating Disorder
 B.   Malnutrition          E. Caloric intake
 C.   Bulimia               F. Body frame
1.    The approximate weight and density of the bone structure is your
2.    Percent of body fat
3.    Caloric intake is the number of calories a person takes in from
      foods and beverages.
4.    is a condition in which a body the body does not get the nutrients
      required for optimal health.
5.    are diets in which a person starves themselves by restricting most
      calories.
6.    A condition in which a person has compelling need to starve,
      binge, or to binge and purge.
7.    an eating disorder characterized by binge eating (uncontrollable
      over eating) then they purge there self by taking laxatives or
      vomiting.
         Choose the best Answer
                                 9. Which diet is not
                                   dangerous to use?
8. What is a weight
                                    A. fad diet
  management plan based on?
   A. caloric intake and            B. Starvation diets
      expenditure                   C. Diet pills
   B. the number of calories a      D. Liquid diets
      person uses for BMR
   C. amount of physical
                                 10. When should a person
      activity                       should attempt to lose
                                     weight?
   D. All of the above
                                 A. before checking with their
                                    doctor.
                                 B. After checking with their
                                    doctor.
                                 C. He/she thinks their fat
                                 D. When your over 200 lb
Answer
Match
 A.   Body composition
                            D. Starvation diets   G. Eating Disorder
 B.   Malnutrition          E. Caloric intake
 C.   Bulimia               F. Body frame
1.    The approximate weight and density of the bone structure is your
2.    Percent of body fat
3.    the number of calories a person takes in from foods and
      beverages.
4.    is a condition in which a body the body does not get the nutrients
      required for optimal health.
5.    are diets in which a person starves themselves by restricting most
      calories.
6.    A condition in which a person has compelling need to starve,
      binge, or to binge and purge.
7.    an eating disorder characterized by binge eating (uncontrollable
      over eating) then they purge there self by taking laxatives or
      vomiting.
         Choose the best Answer
                                 9. Which diet is not
                                   dangerous to use?
8. What is a weight
                                    A. fad diet
  management plan based on?
   A. caloric intake and            B. Starvation diets
      expenditure                   C. Diet pills
   B. the number of calories a      D. Liquid diets
      person uses for BMR
   C. amount of physical
                                 10. When should a person
      activity                       should attempt to lose
                                     weight?
   D. All of the above
                                 A. before checking with their
                                    doctor.
                                 B. After checking with their
                                    doctor.
                                 C. He/she thinks their fat
                                 D. When your over 200 lb
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What is a food
   label?
an ingredients list
 on the product
What kind of fat
is found in Dairy
     Products
saturated fat
 What is
Cholesterol
fat like substance
 4.What are 2 of
   the four fat
soluble Vitamins?
a,d,e,k
What is The food
guide pyramid?
A.is a guide that
  tells how many
   servings from
 each food group
are recommended
    for each day
 What does The
UsDa’s guidelines
   promote?
Good health
  3.What do you
 obtain when you
follow the UsDa’s
    guidelines?
 3.When you follow the
 UsDa’s guidelines you
obtain the necessary D-
nutrients for your body.
  When fish are
 eliminated from
 your diet, what
kind of vegetarian
     are you?
  ova-lacto-
vegetarian diet
When animal origin
are eliminated from
  your diet, what
 kind of vegetarian
      are you?
vegan diet
What is a Symptoms of an allergic reaction?
            coughing
  dry, itchy throat and tongue
        itchy skin or rash
   nausea and feeling bloated
   diarrhea and/or vomiting
wheezing and shortness of breath
 swelling of the lips and throat
     runny or blocked nose
     sore, red and itchy eyes
If a person believe they have food allergy or intolerance
             they should get a proper _____?
Proper Diagnosis
Diabetes is a disease in which the body does
    not produce or properly use_____?
Insulin
What is a treatment for Diabetes?
A healthy Diet, Exercising,
     Medications, or
          Insulin
What condition is it when there is too much insulin in the body
          causing the blood sugar level to be low?
Hypoglycemia
  What is a
Carbohydrate
1.is a nutrient that is the
  main source of energy
 for the body, it includes
    sugar, starches, and
            fiber.
What is Nutrition
1.the process of
 consuming use
       food
What is Protein
is a nutrient need
for growth, and to
 build and repair
      tissues
What is a Calorie
The unit of energy
produced by a food
    What is the
difference between
      Herbal
  supplements &
Protein supplement
1. Herbal- contains extract
  or ingredients from roots,
        buds, & seeds
2.Protein- is a product that
  contains protein that are
   intended to supplement
          one’s diet.
What is Caloric-
   intake
1.the number of
calories a person
  takes in from
    foods and
    beverages.
 What is
Malnutrition
1.is a condition in which
   a body the body does
   not get the nutrients
   required for optimal
          health.
What is a Eating
  Disorder
1.A condition in which
      a person has
   compelling need to
   starve, binge, or to
    binge and purge.
What is Bulimia
 1.an eating disorder
characterized by binge
eating (uncontrollable
over eating) then they
   purge there self by
   taking laxatives or
       vomiting.
    What is the
difference between
Body composition
  & Body frame
  1. _frame- The
approximate weight
 and density of the
  bone structure is
        your
 2. _composition-
Percent of body fat
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