Providing long lasting energy
Helping you feel full after eating
Helping make hormones
Forming part of your brain and nervous system
Forming cell membranes for every cell in your body
Carrying vitamins throughout your body
Helping to regulate your body temperature and keep you warm
Providing two essential fatty acids, called linoleic acid and linolenic acid, that your body cannot make by itself
All of the above
Water, meat, sugar
Carbohydrates, proteins, fats, minerals, vitamins, and water
Fat, water, multivitamin, vegetables
Have energy all day long
Get the vitamins and minerals your body needs
Stay strong for sports or other activities
Reach your maximum height (if you are still growing)
Maintain a healthy weight
Prevent unhealthy eating habits, like skipping meals and feeling overly hungry at the next meal
Prevent chronic diseases, such as diabetes
Diets rich in potassium may help to maintain a healthy blood pressure.
Vitamin A keeps eyes and skin healthy and helps to protect against infections.
Diets poor in dietary fiber have been shown to have a number of beneficial effects including decreased risk of coronary artery disease.
Healthful diets with adequate folate may reduce a woman's risk of having a child with a brain or spinal cord defect.
Vitamin C helps heal cuts and wounds and keep teeth and gums healthy.
1 cup of raw vegetables
1 stick of butter
8 oz glass of orange juice
1 medium fresh peach
Food tastes better at room temperature.
Microorganisms can multiply very quickly if food is stored at room temperature.
It is important to fully cook meats.
Too tired after school or work
Embarrassed to exercise with other people
All of the above