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Title: Ryan Sterling 11th grade


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Ryan Sterling11th grade
Livin' Healthy


  • Other than exercise, there are other factors to
    living a healthy life

2
Nutrition
3
New Guidelines
  • Eat a variety of foods that are high in nutrients
    and low in saturated and trans fat, cholesterol,
    added sugars, and salt.

4
Old Guidelines
  • Let the Pyramid guide your food choices and pick
    a variety of grains, especially whole grains, and
    fruits and vegetables

5
H2O
  • The importance of water in a daily diet can not
    be underestimated.

6
The body needs water to perform the following
functions
  • Digest food and dissolve nutrients, so they can
    pass through your digestive system.
  • Carry waste products out of the body.
  • Regulate body temperature, cooling body with
    sweat.
  • Lubricate moving parts.

7
How much water should I drink?
  • It is suggested to drink 8 additional cups of
    water per day.
  • If you regularly exercise then 9-13 glasses is
    advised according to your weight.

8
Alcohol
9
Alcohol
  • If you drink alcohol, do so in moderation, about
    one drink per day for women and two for men.

10
Alcohol abuse and children
  • Adolescents who begin drinking before age 15 are
    four times more likely to develop alcohol
    dependence than those who begin drinking at age
    21.

11
Heart Rate
12
What is Heart Rate?
  • Heart Rate is the number of heart beats per
    minute

13
How to determine your heart rate?
  • Men220-age
  • Women226-age

14
Training Zones
  • Healthy Heart Zone(warm-up)-50-60of your maximum
    heart rate
  • Fitness zone(fat burning)-60-70of your max heart
    rate
  • Aerobic zone(endurance training)-70-80of your
    max heart rate

15
More Training Zones
  • Anaerobic zone(performance training)-80-90 of
    your max heart rate
  • Red line(max effort)-90-100 of your max heart
    rate

16
Know what works for you
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Find healthy foods that you enjoy
  • Not everyone likes the same health foods, but
    there is something out there for everyone
  • Remember-The more water you drink the higher
    your metabolism will be.

18
Find what exercises you enjoy
  • Most people think of jogging when they think of
    cardiovascular workouts
  • There are many other ways to get a good cardio
    workout
  • You can swim, ride a bike, row, or even play a
    recreational game that gets your heart rate going

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Different types of exercise
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Cardiovascular Exercise
  • This type of exercise stimulates the heart and
    lungs and builds endurance. This kind of
    exercise is known as aerobic
  • It is recommended to burn 2000 calories weekly

21
Flexibility Exercise
  • This type of exercise lengthens, stretches and
    flexes muscles and helps promote balance and
    overall flexibility.
  • Yoga, dance and pilates are good examples of
    flexibility training.

22
Strength Developing Exercises
  • This type of exercise is intended to increase
    muscle strength and stamina
  • Weight lifting is a good example and it is
    recommended that a combo of all forms of exercise
    be used in a healthy fitness program.

23
Very Important
  • It should be noted that any exercise session
    should consist of a good 10-15 min. warm-up
  • The exercise itself should be 30-45 min.
  • Every session should have a generous cool down of
    5-10 min. to gradually decrease the intensity of
    the workout

24
Poor Dieting
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Obesity and Coronary heart disease
  • Obesity occurs when a persons weight exceeds the
    ideal bodyweight by 15-20. This can result in
    serious health problems
  • Coronary heart disease is when excess amounts of
    cholesterol and fat cause arteries and blood
    vessles to narrow. This can eventually block off
    an artery totally

26
Diabetes and High Blood Pressure
  • Diabetes is a medical condition where the body
    cant break down sugar in the blood. This can be
    controlled with the help of a balanced diet.
  • Too much sodium, sugar, cholesterol or fat can
    cause the blood vessels to become smaller.
    Again, proper diet and exercise can promote
    healthy blood pressure.

27
Exercise Benefits
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Keeps body healthy!!
  • Helps prevent disease
  • Helps normalize blood pressure
  • Helps regulate blood sugar

29
Exercise provides strong body
  • Prevents bone mineral loss
  • Helps support body structure
  • Promotes weight loss

30
References
  • Ryan, Stephanie W., and Littrell, Kimberly
    Solutions for Wellness, Eli Lilly Company, 1994.
  • WWW.focusas.com/Alcohol.html
  • WWW.Heartmonitors.com/heart_rate_basics.htm
  • WWW.thewalkingsite.com/thr.html
  • All Pictures were received from Google and Yahoo
    images.
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