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  • Diet
    • balanced diet
      • provides the right mix of nutrients in the correct proportions
  • carbohydrates
    • provides the right mix of nutrients in the correct proportions
  • primary source of energy, provides slow release energy. so you can last the whole game
    • carbohydrates
    • fats
      • secondary source of energy, keeps us warm,protects our organs.
        • fats
          • saturated (harmful)-milk, butter, cheese, cakes. unsaturated- fish,nuts,soya
        • sugars-fruit,cakes,jam,honey. starches-rice,pasta,cereals,bread.
          • primary source of energy, provides slow release energy. so you can last the whole game
          • saturated (harmful)-milk, butter, cheese, cakes. unsaturated- fish,nuts,soya
          • proteins
            • growth and repair of muscles and damaged tissues
              • proteins
              • meat,poultry,fish,milk,eggs,cheese
                • growth and repair of muscles and damaged tissues
                • vitamins
                  • keep the body healthy helps to regulate the body, release energy and help the growth and repair of tissues
                    • vitamins
                      • D- builds bones and teeth eg fish,liver,eggs
                        • A- good vision, healthy skin eg yellow fruit,dairy
                    • C- fights viruses, heals wounds eg fruit and veg
                      • A- good vision, healthy skin eg yellow fruit,dairy
                    • minerals
                      • they enable the body to work normally and efficiently they cannot be produced by the body
                    • iron- helps produce red blood cells eg spinach,red meat
                      • they enable the body to work normally and efficiently they cannot be produced by the body
                      • calcium-strengthens bones and muscles eg milk and salmon
                    • calcium-strengthens bones and muscles eg milk and salmon
                    • fibre
                      • adds bulk to the food, help it move through the digestive system and slows the release of energy
                    • seeds, fruits, vegetables, whole grain
                      • adds bulk to the food, help it move through the digestive system and slows the release of energy
                    • water
                      • makes up 60% of our body weight. the main component of blood. Carries nutrients and waste products avoids performers becoming dehydrated
                        • liquids we drink. foods we eat
                    • unbalanced diet
                      • Diet
                        • balanced diet
                      • anorexia
                        • unbalanced diet
                          • eating too little leads to this mental illness. sufferers refuse to eat and become dangerously thin.
                        • an extreme overfat condition more than 30% over normal body weight
                          • obesity
                          • overweight
                            • having weight in excess of normal occurs when energy put in exceeds energy put out this is not harmfull
                          • overfat
                            • having too much body composition as fat
                              • overfat
                              • carboloading
                                • endurance events 3/4 days before an event eat plenty of carbs
                                  • fill glycogen stores
                              • high protein diets
                                • eating extra protein  to encourage growth and repair of muscles
                                  • body builder
                                    • high protein diets
                                  • body builder

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