“Evaluating the Impacts of Diet, Exercise, and Drugs
On Your Body to Explain the Best Way to
Live a Healthy Lifestyle”
Being healthy is something we take for granted. As teenagers, stereotypically, health is usually the least of our concerns; we usually have excuses such as, “I’ll make the most of it before I start getting old and when I really need to start that balanced diet stuff” or an often excuse I hear from my friends is, “You only live once.” Although I don’t comprehend how eating unhealthily makes the most of your life, they seem to do and enjoy. However, I often notice that later in the day, they become very tardy, sleepy and tired, even though they consumed more than a packet of sweets. If sweets are carbohydrates, and carbohydrates give you energy, why are they out of energy at the end of the day? Why do they find it hard to think during lessons?
Not having a balanced diet is the reason why they’re tardy, sleepy, and tired at the end of the day. A balanced diet requires you to consume the right amount of food everyday – this means eating meals that consists of the seven food types throughout the day. For instance, eating a form of protein (chicken, meat, fish, eggs) during lunch will help repair damaged body tissues and to help us grow. Also, you need vitamins (which you can consume during breakfast, lunch, snacks, or dinner) to help the processes in your body, work efficiently – this is one of the most significant because not only does it help one particular part of your body, it helps your entire body! By vitamins, I mean fruits and vegetables; I know how a lot of teenagers dislike most of the vegetables but often we generalise one vegetable to the entire kind of vegetable. What we don’t know, vegetables can be very delicious and healthy at the same time! There are a lot of variety of meals that has vegetables in them but you can’t even taste any of it. Although vitamins help a lot, we still need the other different food groups to help...
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