Presentation on theme: "Nutrition By Kyle N. and James. -Kids and adults need carbohydrates -Two major types: simple and complex -Simple sugars in fruit and milk -Starches."— Presentation transcript:
-Kids and adults need carbohydrates -Two major types: simple and complex -Simple sugars in fruit and milk -Starches include bread, crackers, pasta, and rice -Grains still contain these vitamins and minerals -The body breaks sugars, absorbed into blood -Insulin needed move blood into the cells Carbohydrates By Kyle N. By Kyle N.
-- Cause the blood sugar level to rise -- Scientists study eating foods cause rises blood -- Carbohydrates give you energy Carbohydrates By Kyle N. By: Kyle N.
Many types: A, B-1, B-2, B-3, B-6, B-12, C, Helps prevent diseases and keeps you healthy Found in Meats, Fruits, Vegetables and Seafood Vitamin C removes toxic substances from body Vitamin B3 dilates the blood vessels Vitamin B12 prevents Anemia Supplementary Pills if allergy’s to foods Vitamins By: James
Vitamin B-12 Strengthens the Immune System Vitamin B-6 Reduces the effects of Heart Disease Vitamin B-6 Improves Vision All Vitamins Help Nervous System Vitamin A Protects Against Cancer and Strokes Vitamins By James
-- Many foods contain protein -- Protein builds up, maintains, and replaces tissues -- Muscles, organs, Immune system, made of protein -- Body uses protein to make specialized protein -- Your body uses protein to make hemoglobin -- When you eat foods, your stomach works -- Protein in food are called amino acids Protein by Kyle N.
-Amino acids can be reused to make proteins -22 amino acids body can make 13 Protein By Kyle N.
Fibre Makes you poo Fibre cannot be digested Found in plants, fruits, vegetables, grains, Can help lower blood cholesterol The best, most delicious foods have fiber Fiber itself has no calories Fibre By Kyle N.
Found In: whole-grain breads and cereals fruits like apples, oranges, bananas, berries, prunes, and pears green peas legumes (split peas, soy, lentils, etc.) Artichokes almonds Fibre By Kyle N.
Types: Calcium Chloride Magnesium Phosphorus Potassium Sodium Sulphur All minerals build strong bones and teeth Minerals By James
Calcium builds strong bones Recommended 1300 mg for 9-18 years Found in yogurt milk cheese and eggnog Chloride maintains proper blood volume Found in olives, tomatoes, salt, celery Magnesium makes healthy immune system Phosphorus involved in formation of cells Potassium keeps healthy heart; prevents bone loss Minerals By James
4 types: Saturated Unsaturated Trans Fatty Acids Hydrogenated and Partial Hydrogenated Provides 9 calories per gram Vital for proper functioning of body Provides needed fatty acids: obtainable only by food Fats By James
Saturated in butter, cheese, milk, ice-cream, meats Unsaturated has lots of calories Fatty Acids found in donuts, fried food Hydrogenated is hardened oil, example: margarine Fats By James