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the five senses are – smell, sight , taste, touch and hearing
the energy value of food is measured in – kilocalories of kilojoules
examples of staple foods are – bread and potatoes
what is bad nutrition – malnutrition
too little food causes – starvation
too much food causes – obesity
what is organic food – food produced without the use of artificial chemicals
a diet with no meat is called a – vegetarian diet
another name for fast food is – convenience or processed
diets often contain too much – salt or sugar
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- The Food Pyramid
Healthy Eating Guidelines
Eat less fat
Eat less sugar
Eat less salt
Eat more fruit and veg
Eat a variety of foods
Drink more water
Drink alcohol in moderation
Balanced Diet: Eating the correct amount of foods for what our bodies need.
Classification of the 6 Nutrients
There are six nutrients that our bodies need. These are protein, carbohydrates, fat, vitamins, minerals and water.
Nutrient: A chemical found in food that nourishes the body
Composition: What the nutrients is made up of
Source: A food that contains the... (More)