2. Are you surprised at any of the information in this chapter regarding your favorite meals? Nope because this chapter was 100% about exercise and physical fitness, not food or dietary supplements, that's chapter 5.
3. Will you change your order next time you visit a fast-food restaurant? Nope I won't because I want what I want when I'm eating out and I don't worry about how many calories or how much I'm going to have to work out to burn off that meal.
4. A friend asks you about the advantages and disadvantages of taking a dietary supplement. What would you point out to your friend? I would make it known to my friend that dietary supplements have been linked to causing heart, liver, and kidney problems and they should consider trying alternative methods for loosing weight. …show more content…
What were the messages you received in childhood regarding food? I grew up in Louisiana so all I learned about food was it was great, it was spicy, it was colorful, and you ate lots and lots of it, especially if there was something or someone to celebrate, and there ALWAYS was.
6.What positive and negative eating habits have you learned from your family? I have learned a lot of good and bad eating habits. Some of the bad habits I learned are: you should always “eat to your hearts content”, you should feed kids every time they say they are hungry, even if they just finished a big meal, you should never let food go to waste, sweet tea is better than water, and that chocolate is great at any time of day. I also learned a lot of good habits like vegetables are good for you in place of sweets sometimes, salad is a great meal, you don't sweeten food to get kids to eat it, you can eat any food you want in moderation, and that water is always better than