How to become the fitter you
in a few short paragraphs
How to have a balanced diet
To have a balanced diet you want to have the correct amount of servings for each food group you should reference the Canadian food guide for information on the refcommended intake of each food group a day this is the main attribute to having a healthy and balanced diet. This also means you should limit your daily intake of fats, salts, sugars, and other aspects of unhealthy foods.
To exercise correctly you want to have 60 minutes of physical activity a day. When you have the physical activity it should be outside but inside works to. Its best to be outside because you get nice fresh air in your lungs which I think really helps with exercise. These are the things you need for the correct amount of physical activity every day.
Hydration is a key aspect of keeping you and your body healthy. Hydration is important because our body is 70% water that's more than majority! We lose a lot of water when we sweat and our body needs water to live so it's handy to have a water bottle with you when you have your 60 minutes of physical activity a day. Otherwise you can just go back to wherever you came from and get some water there.
consequences of not eating right
Not eating right and having physical activity will result in obesity, diseases, and heart problems. To get a further explanation if you don't have a balanced diet you will get heart problems, Anorexia, Bulimia, and Rumination disorder. If you don't get enough physical activity you can become obese
Shopping healthy can be tricky because there are so many items you can buy that choosing the right ones are next to impossible. Well what you should do is think about what you want to eat for the next few days or week. Then think about the ingredients then go seek them. When you do this it is OK to buy yourself a treat such as a bag of chips because you should treat yourself to something every once In a while
how to read a nutrition label
The meanings of all of the parts of a nutrition label can be confusing. For example the percentages represent how much of your daily intake is inside one portion. But that is not the only thing you need to read a nutrition label. companies can change the portion size so instead of an average amount a serving would be really small then when you look at the sugar or vitamins it will seem small and "appropriate".