Fruit Galore

By Baily Dinmore


-needed for growth and development

-provides body with energy

-needed to make hormones, antibodies, enzymes and tissues

- 10-15% of the daily allowance should be protein.

-seafood e.g. cod, halibut, tuna


- Fibre is a carbohydrate but can’t be broken down.

- Holds on to water and flushes us through.

- Reduces the risk of colon cancer.

- Prevents constipation and haemorrhoids.


-carbohydrates are 50-60% calorie intake because this is the biggest energy provider and functions our body, also it’s a macro.

-There are two types of simple carbohydrates: monosaccharides and disaccharides.

-simple carbohydrates are simple sugars with a chemical structure that is composed of one or two sugars.


- stores and provides energy.

-provides use with fat soluble vitamins which we need in our body.

-fats are perceived as bad for us but are essential part of our diet.

-25-30% of fats a day.

satrated fats

- Bad fats

- Eating too much will raise your cholesterol levels and therefore increase you blood pressure.

- They are found mainly in animal produce such as meat cheese cream butter and chocolate.

unstarated fats

- Good fats

- Can actually help to lower cholesterol levels which can then lead to a decrease in blood pressure.

- They usually come from plant sources such as olive oil, nuts and oily fish.


- Cholesterol can either be ingested or can be made in the body.

- You only find it in animals.

- Cholesterol forms little pockets of fat in your arteries.

Mechanical / chemical digestive-

The digestive system is a group of organs working together to convert food into energy and basic nutrients to feed the entire body. Food passes through a long tube inside the body.


The opening in the lower part of the human face, surrounded by the lips, through which food is taken and speech comes out.