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LOGO OVERVIEW This presentation majors in the problem of choosing suitable diet and sports programs in order to reduce the maximum calories within the limited time! CONTENTS The problem of the food chosen The Problem of the Sports chosen
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Food chosen problem Staple food Meat Fruits and vegetables In this section, we will try to control calories intake amount based on a health diet style.
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Food chosen problem- STAPLE FOOD What is staple food? Staple food is a food that can be stored for use throughout the year (or produced fresh any time of the year) and forms the basis of a traditional diet.
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Food chosen problem- MEAT The composition of the diet, especially the amount of protein provided, is a an important factor regulating human growth
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Food chosen problem- FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Fruit normally means the fleshy seed- associated structures of certain plants that are sweet and edible in the raw state, such as apples, oranges, grapes, strawberries, juniper berries and bananas, or the similar- looking structures in other plants.
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