Health 110 Fall 2010 Physical Activity

Health 110 Fall 2010 Physical Activity - TRUE or FALSE? Fat...

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TRUE or FALSE? Fat is the primary fuel for the brain A bagel with jam would be a helpful breakfast to keep from getting hungry quickly Beef and poultry are good sources of omega 3 essential fatty acids (DHA and EPA) The average sedentary adult needs about .8 gms of protein per kg. of body weight per day The risk for plaque buildup in blood vessels (atherosclerosis) is increased with high levels of LDL Decreasing your intake of saturated and trans fats decreases your risk of high LDL levels Soybeans are a source of incomplete protein Milk is a source of complete protein Pasta with whole wheat bread is a good source of complete protein Canned salmon is a source of complete protein, Vit D, omega 3 essential fatty acids (DHA and EPA), and calcium A sign of good hydration is medium yellow coloured urine
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TRUE or FALSE? Fat is the primary fuel for the brain F A bagel with jam would be a helpful breakfast to keep from getting hungry quickly F Beef and poultry are good sources of omega 3 essential fatty acids (DHA and EPA) F The average sedentary adult needs about .8 gms of protein per kg. of body weight per day T The risk for plaque buildup in blood vessels (atherosclerosis) is increased with high levels of LDL T Decreasing your intake of saturated and trans fats decreases your risk of high LDL levels T Soybeans are a source of incomplete protein F Milk is a source of complete protein T Pasta with whole wheat bread is a good source of complete protein F Canned salmon is a source of complete protein, Vit D, essential omega 3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA) and calcium T A sign of good hydration is medium yellow coloured urine F
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“Regular exercise may be the single most important thing you can do now to improve the quality of your life in the future” “Inactivity is one of the great public health challenges of this century” R. Pate, University of South Carolina only 21 % of Canadian teenagers are sufficiently physically active to meet the international physical activity recommendations for optimal growth and development 2004-2006 p. 77 text
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Physical Activity Levels Across Canada Trends in physical activity since 1994 1 2005 2002 2000 1998 1996 1994 East 44 44 39 40 34 33 Newfoundland 42 42 36 39 34 31 Prince Edward Island 40 41 39 38 29 30 Nova Scotia 46 45 42 43 37 32 New Brunswick 44 43 37 37 32 35 Quebec 46 45 39 41 36 33 Ontario 50 48 43 45 41 38 West
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