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name all three macronutrients
Carbohydrates, Fats, proteins
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Name both micronutrients
Vitamins and minerals
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Give the definition of a balanced diet
a balanced diet means eating the right foods, in the right amounts.
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Name all five sections of the eatwell plate
Fruit & vegatables, milk & dairy foods, fatty foods& drinks, Carbohydrates ( bread, rice, potatoes, pasta)
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Explain where vitamin D is found and what it does
it is found in dairy foods, such as milk, cheese and helps the body absorb calcium
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explain where calcium is found and what it does
it is found in foods such as milk and other dairy products. one of its functions is to keep our bones strong
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explain where water is found and what it does
it is found in most liquids and many foods. water prevents dehydration.
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explain where fibre is found and what it does
it is found in foods such as cereals, vegetables and nuts. fibre aids the digestve system.
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What do you know about carbohydrates?
contained in breads, pasta, potatoes and rice. should be eaten in greater quantities than the other macronutrients. provides us with energy for use in aerobic and anaerobic activity
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What do you know about fats?
contained in butter, oil, fatty meats and fried foods. should form the smallest percentage of macronutrients in the diet. provides us with energy but should be eaten in moderation. easily stored in the body and can lead to weight gain
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What do you known about proteins?
contained in cheese, milk, eggs, lean meat and fish. used for growth and repair of the muscles. can produce energy but this is not their main function. may be used by performers such as sprinters, to aid muscle growth(hypertrophy)
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How long after eating should you wait to do exercise?
for an average sized meal you should leave at least 2 hours before exercising. it can take up to 4 hours to digest a large meal.
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What do you know about blood supply while eating?
when you eat, you need an increased blood flow to the digestive systemto aid the process of digestion. while you exercise , you need an increased blood flow to the working muscles to provide additional oxygen and nutrients.
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Name both micronutrients

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Name all five sections of the eatwell plate

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