Presentation on theme: "INTRODUCTION We created a survey of what teenagers eat to check if they eat healthily. 20 multiple choice questions to answer 70 teenagers took part in."— Presentation transcript:
TIME FOR CHANGE Lets start by learning how to count our BMI - BODY MASS INDEX 1. Remember your weight. 2. Measure your height 3. Perform the following BMI calculation
A BMI of less 18 - youre under weight A BMI of less 18,5 - youre thin for your height A BMI between 18,6 and 24,9 - youre at a healthy weight A BMI between 25 and 29,9 - you re overweight for your height A BMI of 30 or greatest - obesity
HEALTHY DIET RECOMENDATIONS The average teenager should eat about 1,800 to 2,200 calories. Generally boys and active teenagers will require higher calories. Of these calories, about 50 to 60 percent should come from carbohydrates, 20 to 30 percent should come from fats, and 10 to 20 percent should come from protein. Calorie Recommendations Grain Servings All teenagers should eat 5 to 7 servings of whole grains per day. Grains include items such as bread, cereal, rice and pasta. Fruit and Vegetable Servings Teenagers should eat about 2 to 3 servings of vegetables every day. It is important to eat different varieties of vegetable. Also, teenagers should consume at least 2 servings of fruit every day.
Milk Servings Teenagers should consume 3 cups of milk, yogurt or cheese each day, to get enough calcium. Protein Servings A teenager needs to consume about 5 to 6 servings of protein each day. Protein may come from meats, beans or nuts. Foods to Eat in Moderation Vegetable oils, butter, shortening, lard, and other oils should be limited. Teenagers should get no more than 5 to 6 teaspoons of oil each day.
HERE IS A DAILY HEALTHY MENU PROPOSED BY US FOR TEENAGERS.
BREAKFAST: 750 kcal Cereal (50g) with milk(250ml) Roll Yogurt Grapefruit juice (250 ml) Apple
LUNCH:250 kcal Two pieces of wholemeal bread Butter (5g) Two lettuce leaves Two slices of chicken tenderloin Carrot juice(250ml)
DINNER: 820 kcal Breast of turkey with buckwheat(150g) Carrot salad Orange juice (250ml) Cake zebra
AFTERNOON TEA: 120 kcal Multi-fruit salad Apple juice(125ml)
SUPPER: 230 kcal Roll Plain yogurt (150g) Tea (250ml)
We hope you enjoyed our presentation, but more than that we hope we helped you to understand how to eat healthily. The greatest wealth is health. Virgil
PROJECT PRODUCED BY Sebastian Gabiga Patryk Wozniak Tomek Slowik Szymon Skowron Marcin Gruszczynski Patrycja Rzeznik Greta Wolny Dominika Rzepka Aleksandra Kozien Karolina Drwal Mrs Beata Karpala (teacher)