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                        Nutrition Booklet

                         by Jaxson Pitt

                                             

                                              

                 Fats


1.  natural oily or greasy substance occurring in animal bodies, especially when deposited as a layer under the skin or around certain organs.

2. Dietary fats are essential to give yourbody energy and to support cell growth. 

3.  Even small amounts of trans fats can harm health: for every 2% of calories from trans fatconsumed daily, the risk of heart disease rises by 23%.

4. Research now indicates that as much as 20 to 35 percent of your calories should come from fats.

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                                                                                               Fat

1. a natural oily or greasy substance occurring in animal bodies, especially when deposited as a layer under the skin or around certain organs. 2. Dietary fats are essential to give your body energy and to support cell growth. 3. body fats may lead to obesity that can then set off many other health issues like breathing difficulties, arthritis and heart disease. 4. a good rule of thumb is that you the higher level of your fat intake will be around .4 to .5 grams per pound of your target body weight.  

                                                       Water

1.a colorless, transparent, odorless, tasteless liquid that forms the seas, lakes, rivers, and rain and is the basis of the fluids of living organisms. 2.Drinking Water Helps Maintain the Balance of Body Fluids. Your body is composed of about 60% water. 3. f our body needs 8 glasses of water per day for good health, then drinking 20 should be better, right? ... the blood becomes diluted and the kidneys cannot filter it fast enough to maintain the proper sodium balance," 4. our body needs 8 glasses of water per day for good health. 5. 6. only 1, 1% of the water on earth is suitable for drinking as it is.  

                                              

  Minerals 


    1. a solid inorganic substance of natural occurrence. 2. minerals help your body grow, develop, and stay healthy. 3. If you take to much them, your body simply flushes out the extra. Other vitamins — including A, D, E, and K — are fat-soluble. 4.  Each person in the UK uses over ten tonnes of minerals and metals in one year, on average. 5.  6. Fruits and vegetables are good sources of potassium. Whole grains are rich in magnesium, selenium, and chromium.

                                                                                                 Vitamins 

1. any of a group of organic compounds that are essential for normal growth and nutrition and are required in small quantities in the diet because they cannot be synthesized by the body. 2. Vitamins and minerals are considered essential nutrients—because acting in concert, they perform hundreds of roles in the body. 3. oo muchvitamin C or zinc could cause nausea, diarrhea, and stomach cramps. 4. your body needs 13 vitamins¨ A,C,D,E,K,B vitamins. 6. your body can produce 10,000 IU of vitamin d it needs in-just 20 min on a sunny day.