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What is the role of protein in the body and give examples of protein?
Body repair and growth. Examples of protein are chicken, fish, egg & lentils
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What is the role of carbohydrates in the body and give examples of carbohydrates?
Slow release energy and respiration. Examples are bread,potato & pasta
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What is the role of fat in the body and give examples of fats?
Fats insulate your body and are needed for the cell membrane. Examples of fats are oils, butter & cheese
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What is the role of minerals (calcuim) and give examples of minerals?
Minerl (especially calcuim) help the body grow. There are a variety of examples of minerals
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What is the role of vitimans in the body and give examples of vitimans?
Vitimans are needed for cell function, growth & development. There are lots of examples of vitimans.
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What is the role of water?
Hydration
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What is the role of water?
Hydration
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What is the role of water?
Hydration
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What is the difference between a first class protein and a second class protein?
First class proteins contain essential amino acids that we need
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What is the role of water?
Hydration
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What is the difference between a first class protein and a second class protein?
First class proteins contain essential amino acids that we need such as milk, meat, eggs & fish. Second class proteins are from proteins.
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What is the role of water?
Hydration
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What is the difference between a first class protein and a second class protein?
First class proteins contain essential amino acids that we need such as milk, meat, eggs & fish. Second class proteins are from proteins.
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What is the role of water?
Hydration
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What is the difference between a first class protein and a second class protein?
First class proteins contain essential amino acids that we need such as milk, meat, eggs & fish. Second class proteins are from proteins.
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Which factors will vary a persons balanced diet?
Age (need protein) Gender (men are more active)
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What is the role of water?
Hydration
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What is the difference between a first class protein and a second class protein?
First class proteins contain essential amino acids that we need such as milk, meat, eggs & fish. Second class proteins are from proteins.
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Which factors will vary a persons balanced diet?
Age (need protein) Gender (men are more active) Religion (meat) Medical (diabetes) Activeness (athletes)
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What is the role of water?
Hydration
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What is the difference between a first class protein and a second class protein?
First class proteins contain essential amino acids that we need such as milk, meat, eggs & fish. Second class proteins are from proteins.
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Which factors will vary a persons balanced diet?
Age (need protein) Gender (men are more active) Religion (meat) Medical (diabetes) Activeness (athletes) Personal choice (vegetarians)
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Name some health risks associated with obesity?
Re
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What is the role of water?
Hydration
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What is the difference between a first class protein and a second class protein?
First class proteins contain essential amino acids that we need such as milk, meat, eggs & fish. Second class proteins are from proteins.
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Which factors will vary a persons balanced diet?
Age (need protein) Gender (men are more active) Religion (meat) Medical (diabetes) Activeness (athletes) Personal choice (vegetarians)
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Name some health risks associated with obesity?
Reduced life expectancy, Diabetes (type 2), Cardiovascular disease (strokes & heart attack), Cancers
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What is the role of water?
Hydration
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What is the difference between a first class protein and a second class protein?
First class proteins contain essential amino acids that we need such as milk, meat, eggs & fish. Second class proteins are from proteins.
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Which factors will vary a persons balanced diet?
Age (need protein) Gender (men are more active) Religion (meat) Medical (diabetes) Activeness (athletes) Personal choice (vegetarians)
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Name some health risks associated with obesity?
Reduced life expectancy, Diabetes (type 2), Cardiovascular disease (strokes & heart attack), Cancers
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What is the role of water?
Hydration
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What is the difference between a first class protein and a second class protein?
First class proteins contain essential amino acids that we need such as milk, meat, eggs & fish. Second class proteins are from proteins.
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Which factors will vary a persons balanced diet?
Age (need protein) Gender (men are more active) Religion (meat) Medical (diabetes) Activeness (athletes) Personal choice (vegetarians)
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Name some health risks associated with obesity?
Reduced life expectancy, Diabetes (type 2), Cardiovascular disease (strokes & heart attack), Cancers
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What is the role of water?
Hydration
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What is the difference between a first class protein and a second class protein?
First class proteins contain essential amino acids that we need such as milk, meat, eggs & fish. Second class proteins are from proteins.
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Which factors will vary a persons balanced diet?
Age (need protein) Gender (men are more active) Religion (meat) Medical (diabetes) Activeness (athletes) Personal choice (vegetarians)
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Name some health risks associated with obesity?
Reduced life expectancy, Diabetes (type 2), Cardiovascular disease (strokes & heart attack), Cancers
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What is kwashiorkor?
Kwashiorkor is a disease that affects children and is caused by lack of protein in the die
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What is the role of water?
Hydration
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What is the difference between a first class protein and a second class protein?
First class proteins contain essential amino acids that we need such as milk, meat, eggs & fish. Second class proteins are from proteins.
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Which factors will vary a persons balanced diet?
Age (need protein) Gender (men are more active) Religion (meat) Medical (diabetes) Activeness (athletes) Personal choice (vegetarians)
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Name some health risks associated with obesity?
Reduced life expectancy, Diabetes (type 2), Cardiovascular disease (strokes & heart attack), Cancers
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What is kwashiorkor?
Kwashiorkor is a disease that affects children and is caused by lack of protein in the diet.
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