February 7, 2011
My reaction to the article as a whole I am expecting after I read this article s I will learn what makes up our foods groups and the food pyramid. I am interested in knowing the latest science behind the food pyramid. What are some better and healthier eating choices we can make? What are some of the down falls in our diet today? If being physically fit and more active is obliviously better for us then why don’t more people stick to a healthier lifestyle? Reaction:
This article was very educational and informative in explaining our daily dietary needs and key points on exercise and health. Throughout my reaction paper I will touch on a few key aspects of the whole article these are Healthy Drinks, Salt & Sodium, Healthy Weight, and Staying Active. Daily exercise and weight control are the two related elements that strongly influence your chance of staying healthy. The Healthy Pyramid builds from there showing you should eat more vegetables and whole grains and less red meat and refined sugars and salts. The pyramid consists of carbohydrates, protein, fats, and cholesterols, fiber, fruits and veggies, calcium and milk, alcohol, and vitamins. The human body is mostly made of water so naturally water is the best way to quince your thirst. Skipping sugary drinks and going straight for the water is the best choice of all. It is calorie free and easy to find at the nearest tap. Try and look for a water fountain our landfills are full of plastic water bottles enough now or better yet invest in a Britta water pitcher, that is what I have now and it is great. Sodas and drinks that are loaded with a lot of calories and sugars are the worst stating that not only do they provide no nutrients that drinking them routinely can lead to severe health problems. The article to be interesting for breaking down a few pros & con’s of a few of our most consumed beverages today. Coffee and Tea is...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document