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What does BMR stand for?
Basal metobolic rate.
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What is the definition of BMR?
The speed at which the body converts/uses energy to maintain the body at rest.
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What increases BMR?
Height, muscle mass, age (below 25), exercise, the environment, caffiene/suppliments and eating small and frequent meals.
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What decreases BMR?
Hormones, lack of sleep, ageing and startvation.
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What is the definition of energy balance?
The amount of calories taken in and expended.
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What is the recommended daily calorie intake of a male and female?
Male=2500 and female=2000.
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What is a macro-nutrient?
The larger part of the diet which provides energy.
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What are the 3 macro-nutrients?
Carbohydrates, fats and protein.
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What are the 2 types of carbohydrates?
Simple and complex.
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Whar are complex carbohydrates?
Startchy. E.g. pasta and rice.
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W hat are simple carbohydrates?
Single glucose molecules. E.g. sugar.
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What is protein used for?
It is made of animo acids and used for muscle growth/repair and maintanance and can be found it meat and fish.
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What are fats?
Fats help unlock energy in the body.
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What are the good kinds of fat?
Unsaturated.
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What are the bad kinds of fat?
Saturated.
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How much of saturated fats is the recommended maximum intake?
20g.
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How many calories does 1g of carbohydrates provide?
4 kcal.
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What percentage of your diet should be carbohydrates?
55%
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What percentage of your diet should be proteins?
20%
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What percentage of your diet should be fats?
25%
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What is a micro-nutrient?
A small part of the diet that contains no energy.
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What are the 4 micro-nutrients?
Vitamins, minerals, water and fibre.
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What are the 3 S's?
Sugar, saturated fat and salt.
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What do the 3 S's promote?
A higher chance of hypokinetic disorders.
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What is the definition of hydration?
The physiological state of optimum water balance.
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What does water do?
Regulate body temperature, flush out waste, help lubricate joints and help blood carry oxygen.
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What is dehydration?
A poor water balance - losing 1-2% of your body's water.
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What are the signs of dehydration?
Lack of focus, increased temperature, sickness, fatigue and an increased heart rate.
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What percentage of water lost can be fatal?
12%.
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How much water should you take on for every kg of water you lose?
1.5 litres.
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How can you combat dehydration?
Drink regular water, have an electrolyte solution.
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