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1st Semester Final Review

STUDY
PLAY
D
Define the problem
E
Explore your options
C
Consider the consequences
D
Decide and act
E
Evaluate the outcome
I think I smoke too much, I may have a smoking problem.
Define the problem
I will lose my friends, my parents don't understand me, and I won't have any fun.
Consider all the consequences
Now that I think about it, what I have been doing is wrong, against my values.
Identify your values
I could talk to a friend, teacher, coach or I could ignore the problem.
Decide and act on the problem
I need to talk to someone about my smoking problem.
Examine all the outcomes
Stress
Eustress positive stress

Distress negitive stress
Guilt
an emotional response when you think you have done something wrong.
Self-Esteem
How you feel about yourself
Emotions
Signals that tell your mind and body how to react.
Optimism
Positive view on life

Glass is half full
Pessimism
Negitive view on life

Glass is half empty
Depression
Feeling of helplessness, hopelessness, and sadness
Cope
Deal with the problems
Self-Concept
How you view yourself
Spiritual well-being
Religion, personal beliefs, morals, values
Social well-being
Friendship, relationship,interactions
Emotional well-being
Love, fear, jealousy
Mental well-being
Education, knowledge, decision making
Physical well-being
Nutrition, fitness, proper sleep
How can you tell someone has good mental health
Someone would have a positive outlook, being comfortable with yourself and others, and can meet life's challenges
According to Maslow, your physical needs are the most important in order to survive.
Water, food, sleep, exercize, and shelter
Calorie
Measured amount of energy in food or drink
Nutrition
The process by which the body takes in and uses food.
Carbohydrates
The starches and sugars found in foods
Glucose
a simple sugar and the body's chief fuel.
Protein
Nutrients that help build and maintain body tissues
Cholesterol
a fat like substance produced in the liver of all animals, and, therefore, found only in foods of animal origins.
Vitamins
Compounds that help regulate many vital body process, including the digestive, absorption, and metabolism
Minerals
inorganic substances that the body cannot manufacture that act as catalysts, regulating, many vital body processes
Malnutrition
lacking the proper nutrients. Bad - Unbalanced
The FDA created a food guide containing 6 food groups. Why were these food groups created?
to help people learn about their diet and what they eat.
which food group should most of your calories come from?
(grains) ----> Carbohydrates
when you cook vegetables some nutrients are lost due to heat. What would be the best way to eat a vegetable to get all of its nutrients?
Raw or steamed
What is a body composition?
Ratio of fat to muscle to bone to water. What your body is made of
What is bulimia
Binge then purge
What is Anorexia
Starve themselves, they tend to exercise to burn off what they eat.
What is compulsive overeating
Obesity, Heart disease
a group of cells working together
Tissue
Located inside bones
Bone marrow
Leads to obesity
Compulsive overeating
Makes up 55% - 60% of your diet
Carbohydrates
Connects muscle to bone
Tendon
Hormone released by adrenal glands that increase body functions
Adrenaline
Control and influence people of your age have over you
Peer pressure
Skipping meals and over exercising
Anorexia
Muscles you can control
Voluntary muscles
Largest part of the brain
Cerebrum
Arteries contain blood rich in
Oxygen
Hormone released by pancreas to help body use sugar.
Insulin
Connects bone to bone
Ligament
Smallest working part of your body
Cell
What your body is made up of
Body Composition
Type of skeleton humans have
Exoskeleton
The gas you breathe out
Carbondioxide
Germ that causes infection in the body
Bacteria
All PREPS wear GUCCI shoes is an example of
Sterotype
Many ethnic groups have been victim to
Prejudice
Gland that release server hormones
Pituitary (Master Gland)
A group of tissue working together
Organ