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Good
Food Mood
2014
Alexandru Ioan Cuza National College
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  • What we eat has an enormous impact on our health
    and weight status. Did you know that when and how
    we eat also makes a huge difference? By Eating
    at appropriate times throughout the day we help
    maximize fat burning and keep hunger at bay. If
    we dont have a regularly scheduled meal and
    snack time we are more likely to get a digestive
    disease such as gastritis.

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  • We asked the schools doctor to give some advice
    towards a healthy mealtime schedule and the
    risks involved in not following her
    recommendations, more specifically the
    possibility of developing gastritis.

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  • The answers to the questions that have been
    asked during the doctors presentation revealed
    the fact that most children do not have or
    follow a regular mealtime programme.

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  • In order to avoid digestive issues, the doctor
    strongly recommends the children to have five
    meals every day three main meals breakfast,
    lunch and dinner and two snacks.
  • These are the most appropriate hours to eat and
    we should follow them without exceptions
  • Breakfast 7-9
  • First snack 10-11
  • Lunch 1300-1400
  • The second snack 1600-1700
  • Dinner 1900-2100

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BREAKFAST
  • Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
    When skipping breakfast ,we lose its stimulating
    benefits on our metabolic rate. We also become
    more likely to eat unbalanced meals and plenty of
    research shows that those of us who skip
    breakfast are actually heavier. Missing out on a
    healthy morning meal also increases stress
    hormones.

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LUNCH
  • Breakfast is not the only important meal of the
    day. Even though we all have busy schedules
    which dont allow us to have a healthy lunch, we
    should always make time for this meal. Salads
    and grilled chicken, as well as grilled fish
    must be included in our daily lunch menu because
    it provides us with all the proteins and vitamins
    our body needs.

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DINNER
  • The most important thing we all should be aware
    of is that dinner must be eaten within two hours
    before we go to sleep. Otherwise the food remains
    in our stomach until the next morning , thing
    which gives us stomach ache. Whats more,
    doctors strongly advise us to eat light products.

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SNACKS
  • Nowadays most people believe that snacks should
    consist of chocolate , candies or chips, but
    this is not true. Chips and chocolate do not
    provide us with all the nutrients and vitamins
    our bodies need in order to function well. Thus,
    the most appropriate snack we should eat must
    consist of fruits or biscuits.

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  • In 2002, the Romanian Government introduced the
    programme which consists in delivering fresh
    croissants and yoghurt/milk early in the morning
    to all the primary and middle school pupils.

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  • Ever since the introduction of the programme, the
    Non Profit Organisations and Governmental
    analysts have observed a mass phenomenon, which
    takes place in the most developed parts of the
    country, more specifically big cities, such as
    Bucharest, Ploiesti and Timisoara.

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  • The phenomenon consists in the fact that the
    students involved in the programme misuse their
    daily received snacks, especially the croissant
    and throw them away or play with it.

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  • In recent months, our school has begun a campaign
    to educate the students to use their snacks
    appropriately and stop wasting them.

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  • The members of the Good Food, Good Mood team
    showed the primary and middle school students
    presentations regarding the complex process of
    obtaining the final product the croissant.

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  • We have showed them the steps required to obtain
    the croissant, from the agricultural process of
    grinding wheat into flour to making it dough and
    baking it. The process has been shown to the
    children, both theoretically and practically.

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  • We have taken the small children on a school trip
    to the local bakery which produces the croissant
    that is being delivered to the schools.

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  • We took into consideration that seeing the
    complexity of the process with their own eyes
    will eventually make them value the final product.

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  • After returning to school we have taken pictures
    of the delivering process of the snacks. The fact
    that they had witnessed the production process
    has obviously made them more responsible.

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  • Right at the end of the campaign, we have shown
    the children the photos and the videos to prove
    the fact that their behaviour was inappropriate.
  • As expected, their reaction was according to what
    we had expected and to what they have seen
    photos of them fighting with the croissants.

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The Food HospitalDisease prevention and cure
through diet and nutrition
  • Do you suffer from any of these ailments? We
    suggest the following...
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • In recent years there has been an
    increasing focus on the role of diet in attention
    deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), both in
    children and adults.
  • (http//www.webmd.com/add-adhd/guide/adhd-diets)
  • What to eat high-protein food (beans,
    cheese, eggs, meat, nuts) complex carbohydrates
    such as vegetables and some fruits (oranges,
    pears, grapefruit, apples, kiwi) omega-3 fatty
    acids ( tuna, salmon, walnuts, Brazil nuts, olive
    and canola oil).
  • What to avoid candy, corn syrup,
    honey,
  • sugar, white flour, white rice.

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  • Tourettes Syndrome
  • Children with a diagnosis of Tourettes
    Syndrome can benefit tremendously from special
    diets. 
  • ( http//www.livestrong.com/article/485064-foods-t
    hat-affect-tourettes/ )
  • What to eat nuts, green leafy
    vegetables, legumes and whole grains (food high
    in magnesium) fish, starchy vegetables,
    noncitrus fruits, organ meats and fortified
    breakfast cereals (vitamin B-6) fish, flaxseed,
    walnuts, cooking with canola oil (omega-3 fats).
  • What to avoid caffeine, sweeteners and
    preservatives.
  • Insomnia
  • Insomnia is more than just frustrating
    tossing and turning it can be detrimental to
    your health. (http//www.joybauer.com/insomnia/how
    -food-affects-sleep.aspx )
  • What to eat whole-grain breads,
    crackers, and cereal
  • whole-wheat pasta brown rice wild rice oats
    fruits
  • vegetables corn green peas broccoli brussels
    sprouts
  • kale asparagus cauliflower snap pea pumpkin.

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  • Memory Deficit
  • Eating certain foods can help make
    lifes little details unforgettable. These
    "brain" foods contain flavonoids, which are
    chemical compounds that give fruits and leafy
    green vegetables their color.( http//www.joybauer
    .com/healthy-living/food-and-memory.aspx )
  • What to eat berries (the highest
    concentrations
  • of antioxidants among fruit, and all berries are
    rich in
  • healthy anthocyanins and flavonols(a subgroup of
  • flavonoids), leafy greens, fatty fish, coffee.
  • Fatigue
  • Tired. Drained. Exhausted. No matter
    how you
  • phrase it, you're beat and need to drum up some
    energy. Food is truly our body's fuel. (
    http//www.webmd.com/diet/fight-fatigue-energy-foo
    ds-6/power-up )
  • What to eat whole grain bagel with
    cheese,
  • cereal with fruit and yogurt,
    whole grain toast
  • with peanut butter and fruit,
    hard-boiled egg
  • sliced into a whole wheat pita,
    scrambled eggs,

  • toast, oatmeal with raisins.

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Nutrition for the Athlete
  • Athletes achieve peak performance by training and
    eating a variety of foods.
  • Athletes gain most from the amount of
    carbohydrates stored in the body.
  • Fat also provides body fuel use of fat as fuel
    depends on the duration of the exercise and the
    condition of the athlete.
  • Exercise may increase the athlete's need for
    protein.
  • Water is a critical nutrient for athletes.
    Dehydration can cause muscle cramping and fatigue.

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Carbohydrates
  • Athletes benefit the most from the amount of
    carbohydrates stored in the body.
  • Complex carbohydrates come from foods such as
    spaghetti, potatoes, lasagna, cereals and other
    grain products. Simple carbohydrates are found in
    fruits, milk, honey and sugar.

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Proteins
  • After carbohydrates, protein provides energy for
    the body. Exercise may increase an athlete's need
    for protein, depending on the type and frequency
    of exercise.
  • Extra protein consumed is stored as fat. In the
    fully grown athlete, it is training that builds
    muscle.
  • Foods highest in Protein
  • Fish ,Cheese , Tofu , Eggs , Yogurt, Milk ,
    Chicken Breast.

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Happy and Healthy Easter! Enjoy your different
Romanian pasca recipes!
  • From Moldavia
  • Ingredients The dough is prepared according to
    the Common bread recipe 150 g curd cheese, 1
    egg, salt, 1 egg for greasing.
  • Preparation method The cheese is mixed with the
    salt and the eggs. The dough is divided into two
    unequal parts. The biggest part, after given a
    round form is streched, the round layer is put in
    a pan for bread with high borders ,greased with
    oil. The rest of the dough is divided into two
    parts ,we make two torsions .One torsion is
    placed circularly near the border. The other one
    is divided in two parts, one of them is divided
    again in two. The three torsions are placed
  • on the Pasca (cake) as a cross. The cheese mixed
  • with salt and eggs is put in the four holes .
    The
  • Pasca (cake) is greased with the beaten egg and
  • it is baked at 180 for 35-40 minutes.

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  • From Maramures
  • Ingredients (dough) 50 g butter, 125 g sugar, 3
    eggs, 250 ml milk, 500 g flour, 2 tbsp rum
    essence, 25 g dry yeast, a pinch of salt
    (filling) 1 kilo butter, 4 bags vanilla sugar, 5
    eggs, 200 g powder sugar, 3 tbsp cream ,1 tsp rum
    essence,150 raisins,1 tsp flour, 1 tbsp crumb,
    lemon peel, a pinch of salt.
  • Preparation method The dry yeast is soaked in
    some warm and sweet milk. The rest of the milk is
    boiled and then we add 3-4 tbsp of flour, mixing
    continuously. Then we add the yeast. This mixture
    is covered with a towel and is put in a worm
    place to grow. The yolks are beaten and then we
    gradually add the salt and the sugar. Separately
    we beat the whites. In a pot we put the rest of
    the flour and above we add the mixture of yeast
    and flour and we mix well than we add the yolks,
    the warm milk and foam beaten whites. Everything
    is mixed well, adding the oil, the melted butter
    and the rum. After mixing, we cover the pot with
    a towel and we place it in an worm place for 1
    hour. The dough is divided in two halves and then
    one of the halves is divided in other three equal
    parts.
  • From the first half we stretch a round sheet as
    large
  • as the pan which is greased before placing the
    dough
  • on it. Out of the three pieces of dough we make
    braids.
  • For the filling we have the cheese mixed with
    butter
  • and the above mentioned ingredients. It is
    baked in
  • the oven for 1 hour.

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  • All things considered, will you think twice
    before choosing what goes into your mouth?
  • Foody hopes you will
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