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Personal Lifestyle Diary - diet and nutrition.

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Monday Tuesday Wendsday Thursday Friday Breakfast Cereal Portaged Muesli Orange Portaged Orange juice Water Smoothie Blackcurrant Ribena Snack Corner yogurt Ham sandwige Chocolate bar An apple Apple pie Water Coke Sprite Milkshake Orange juice Dinner Lasagna Pizza Spaghetti bolognaise Shepherds pie Fish chips Diet Coke Orange juice Ribena Sprite Milkshake Tea Ice cream Trifull Strawberries Carrot cake Muffins Milkshake Coke Orange juice Coke Milkshake Keeping a personal food diary A personal food diary will help you to control the types of food you eat and how much food and drink you actually consume. It will also make you realize what the best times of the day are for main meals and snacks. You must eat a balanced diet of the day are for main meals and snacks. you must eat a balanced diet of all the food groups so that you consume all five nutrients in the correct amounts. ...read more.

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Fats and sugars There are two types of fats saturated fats and none saturated fats you need fats because they provide energy and insulation for your body. Vitamins and Minerals These are obtained from fruit and vegetables it is recommended that you should have two pieces of fruit and two pieces of vegetables a day. Dairy Dairy would be milk cheese and is important to have this daily as it provides your body with calcium that helps your bones grow stronger. Food pyramid This is a food pyramid it shows haw much from each food group you should eat a day. Life style Choices Lifestyle is everything that you do in life your hobbies work study relaxation and physical exercise. A healthy lifestyle will enable you to perform to your potential. The main healthy lifestyle factor is what you put into your body so you need to avoid all that which is good. ...read more.

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However if the stress level gets too high it has a negative effect on health. Feeling good is important so try to avoid too much emotional stress and worry. Smoking Harms of smoking cigarettes it will affect your lungs and make breathing more difficult in the long term can cause lung cancer and gum diocese and lost of hair skin turns smoking spots along your Arms and face loss of hair can make teeth prematurely age. Exercise A good exercise plan should have a good verity of all the five components of fitness Personal improvement I can improve on my diary by eating less fatty foods and drinking more water eating more fresh fruit by doing this I can become more healthy and more active and have a healthy body eating fruit can make you have less headaches and able to think faster as well as increasing your overall stamina drinking more water will help you digest foods better making your stomach more efficient in processing foods. ?? ?? ?? ?? Callum Cope ...read more.

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This is an adequate essay but I think that there is quite a bit that could be added. The writer has made a food diary and added a basic description of food groups.

It could be easily enhanced by discussing what the foods are used for in the body and where they are found. The section on exercise is not quite as detailed as it should be.

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Marked by teacher Sam Morran 20/08/2013

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