166 chapter 6 review chapter 6 review

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166 Chapter 6 Review Chapter 6 Review HS_HEALTH_U02_C06_CR 12/6/03 8:42 AM Page 166
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167 Chapter 6 Review Chapter 6 Review 3. Applying. Apply what you have learned about nutrition and vegetarian eating by using the Food Guide Pyramid to plan a sample one-day vegan menu. THINKING CRITICALLY 1. Synthesizing. Why might a person who is on a weight-loss plan become undernourished? How can this condition be avoided? 2. Analyzing. Find two diet plans featured in magazines. Use what you know about good nutrition and the Food Guide Pyramid to identify the strengths and weaknesses of each plan. Standardized Test Practice Standardized Test Practice Read the passage below and then answer the questions. A Choice After rehearsal last night, I went out with some friends from drama club. I listened while the waitress took everyone’s order. When she turned to me, I asked if she could bring me a salad without meat. Then the questions from my friends began: “You wear leather shoes don’t you?” “So, you think you are better than we are?” “Are you sure you are so healthy?” “What about the poor little vegetables you are killing?” I have been a vegetarian since the sixth grade, so I am pretty used to the questions, jokes, and sarcasm. I have never thought that being a vegetarian makes me “better” than anyone. I don’t know if I am healthier than other people. I made the decision for myself, and I don’t try to force it on others. But I can’t help thinking that it is definitely time for others to understand why some people are vegetarians. I am a vegetarian because I have concerns about the ways that food animals are raised. Many of my vegetarian friends choose vegetarianism for other reasons. Some believe that by eliminating meat from their diets they are avoiding unhealthy chemicals. Some choose vegetarianism to combat their high cholesterol. Others choose it for religious or cultural reasons. Vegetarians have educated themselves and made a decision. Nonvegetarians should respect this decision. 1. The author’s friends might have reacted differently to her vegetarianism if they understood the reasons for her decision. the cost of raising animals for food. her love of animals. the history of vegetarianism. 2. Which phrase in the second paragraph represents the main idea? I don’t know if I am healthier. I made the decision for myself. I have been a vegetarian since the sixth grade. I don’t try to force it on others. 3. Write a paragraph about something you feel strongly about. Provide details to explain why you feel this way.
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168 Achieving Good Mental Health Your Mental and Emotional Health Developing a Positive Identity Understanding Emotions Managing Emotions HS_HEALTH_U03_C7_CO 12/6/03 8:47 AM Page 168
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169 Using Visuals.
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