Healthy Eating, Healthy Living By ITE 115 StudentZachary Moorer Nutrition and Fitness Basics College Fitness Center Nutrition Guidelines
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- Healthy Eating, Healthy Living By ITE 115 StudentZachary Moorer Nutrition and Fitness Basics College Fitness Center Nutrition Guidelines
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- Healthy Eating Pyramid Eat more fruits and vegetables Eat more whole wheat bread and salads Eat less pasta, spaghetti, and pizza Eat less white bread and honey buns & donuts Eat less ice cream
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- Recommended Exercise o One hour of daily moderate- intensity activity such as jogging and o Brisk walking (3 to 4 miles per Hour) o Riding an exercise bicycle or other o Swimming, tennis, golf o Football, basketball, baseball, volleyball o Handball, racquetball o Yard work: Mow the grass, rake some leaves o Walking the dog
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- Relaxation Techniques Quiet Mind and Body Dream about a peaceful setting Think positive thoughts Build strength and refresh the body Practice yoga Meditate Improve balance through core training Ride long and hard for good health !
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- Healthy Living Benefits Lowers Cholesterol < 200 mg/dl Lowers Blood Pressure < 140/90 mm Hg Reduces Heart Disease Risk Prevents Adult (Type II) Diabetes Maintains Body Weight < 200 lbs. Visit www.WebMD.com
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- Calorie Counting using Excel
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- Limit your Fast Food Visit only occasionally McDonalds Burger King Wendys Arbys, Hardees Pizza Hut, Dominos, Papa Johns Taco Bell KFC, Popeyes Reduce both your trans fats and saturated fats!
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- Good Dental Health is Essential Visit:www.ADA.orgwww.ADA.org Brush your teeth at least twice each day Floss your teeth after each meal Eat a balanced diet and avoid between meal snacks and sweets Visit your dentist every sic months for a cleaning and a checkup !
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- Smoking Cessation Crush your butt !Try Chantix Visit the Chantix Web site:http://www.Chantix.com/http://www.Chantix.com/ Harmful Effects of Smoking: One in two lifetime smokers will die from their habit. Half of these deaths will occur in middle age. Tobacco smoke also contributes to a number of cancers not to mention lung cancer The mixture of nicotine and carbon monoxide in each cigarette you smoke temporarily increases your heart rate and blood pressure, straining your heart and blood vessels. This can cause heart attacks and stroke. It slows your blood flow, cutting off oxygen to your feet and hands. Some smokers end up having their limbs amputated.
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- Say No to Alcohol & Drugs Plan to cruise without booze! Buzzed driving is drunk driving! Give hugs not drugs! There is no hope in dope!
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- Weight Loss Method
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- Pointer Options in PowerPoint 2007 Right click on a slide, click Pointer Options and select a marker type (e.g. felt tip, highlighter, etc.)
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- End of Presentation ITE 115 PowerPoint Test Practical ByZachary Moorer Due Date: October, 2010
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