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(12) He passed one rider. (13) Concentrating, willing himself to victory, he passed the third and last competitor and crossed the finish line. (14) A winner. 1. What is the most effective way to improve the unity of the passage? Delete sentence 10. Delete sentence 8. Delete sentence 14. Make no change. 2. What change should be made to sentence 7? Change passes to passed. Delete the comma after him. Change concentrating to concentration. Make no change. 3. Write a paragraph describing Rashab’s feelings and actions now that the race is over. 107 HS_HEALTH_U02_C04_CR 1/30/04 2:48 PM Page 107
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108 Nutrition and Your Health Nutrition During the Teen Years Nutrients Guidelines for Healthful Eating Food and Healthy Living HS_HEALTH_U02_C05_CO 12/6/03 8:28 AM Page 108
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109 Using Visuals. Food and social activities often go together. Describe how friends and family members influence your eating habits and food choices. Make this Foldable to record what you learn about the benefits of physical activity and the risks of physical inactivity. Begin with one sheet of plain 8 1 / 2 x 11 paper or one sheet of notebook paper. Fold a sheet of paper along the long axis. Turn the paper, and fold into thirds. Cut the top layer along both folds. Label the tabs as shown. Write down any questions you have about how each of these three factors influences your eating habits. As you read the chapter, write answers to your questions under the tabs. Before You Read A More Perfect Union Hunger & Appetite Food & Emotions Food & Environment As You Read HS_HEALTH_U02_C05_CO 12/6/03 8:29 AM Page 109
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VOCABULARY nutrition calories nutrients hunger appetite Nutrition During the Teen Years YOU’LL LEARN TO Explain the relationship between nutrition, quality of life, and disease. Evaluate various influences on food choices. Explain the immediate and long-term benefits of nutrition on body systems. icture yourself biting into a crisp, juicy apple or a slice of P cheese pizza with zesty tomato sauce. Do these foods appeal to you? What other foods do you like? Enjoying a wide variety of healthful foods is an important part of good the process by which the body takes in and uses food. Because not all foods offer the same benefits, making healthful food choices is important to your overall level of health. The Importance of Good Nutrition ood nutrition enhances your quality of life and helps prevent G disease. It provides you with the calories and nutrients your body needs for maximum energy and wellness. , or more correctly, kilocalories, are units of heat that measure the energy used by the body and the energy that foods supply to the body. This energy fuels everything you do, from exercising and playing sports to doing your homework and talking with friends. are substances in food that your body needs to grow, to repair itself, and to supply you with energy. Making healthy food choices will provide your body with the nutrients it needs to help you look your best and perform at your peak.
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