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Building Bridges Intro: Health and Fitness
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good physical condition
physical activity to improve health and fitness
She has blonde ______________.
She has beautiful, white _______________.
Her _________________ is open.
Can you pinch your _____________?
The ___________ is above the shoulders and below the head.
I can see his whole _____________--head, arms, torso, and legs.
The ______________ processes food.
You can bend your _______________.
I have five __________________ on each hand. I have ten _______________ total.
My ___________________ has five fingers.
Holding your __________________ up can mean 'good' or 'I like it'.
connects hand to arm
Each _______________ is where the leg bends.
The ________________ is at the bottom of the leg.
the joint between the foot and the leg
I have ten ___________s, five on each foot.
The ________________ is at the end of the finger.
She is ___________ing.
something you do often or every day
good: exercise, eating healthy foods
bad: smoking, eating a lot of fatty foods
good for you
not good for you
the process by which the body takes in and uses food
a solid figure with a polygon base and triangular sides that meet at a single point
pictures used in an expository text to make information clear and easy to understand
food guide pyramid
a tool that classifies foods into six groups. It also indicates how many servings from each group should be eaten every day to maintain a healthy diet
all the food you eat
the suggested amount one person should eat or drink at a time; usually the amount fits in your hand
fats, oils, sweets
group at the top of food pyramid; you shouldn't eat too much of these foods
Dairy: milk, yogurt, cheese
group that provides calcium for strong bones and teeth; 2-3 servings a day
Protein: meat, poultry, fish, dry beans, eggs, nuts
group that gives protein and iron
food group with vitamins and minerals
food group with vitamins, fiber, and carbohydrates
grains, bread, cereal, rice and pasta
group at the bottom of the food pyramid; eat 9-11 servings a day; gives you carbohydrates and fiber
change food in the body so that the body can use it
units of heat that measure the energy used by the body and the energy that foods supply to the body
the body's physical response to the need for food; triggered by the digestive tract
food that tastes good but is high in calories having little nutritional value example: potato chips
when intake is MORE than output
when intake is LESS than ouput
being heavy for one's height; having excess body fat
words that describe nouns
example: clean, easy, good, bad
adjectives used to compare two things. Usually using the suffix -er and the word 'than'.
example: cleaner, easier, better, worse than
used when comparing three or more things. Usually using the suffix -est, or the word 'most'.
example: cleanest, easiest, best, worst
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