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Student name: William Student number: Teacher: Anna Abstract This report investigates eating habits among students according to their first meal of the day, plant food intake and amount of junk food they eat. This research was carried out through a questionnaire containing 11 questions related to all the sub-topics mentioned above. The sample was 30 students, males and females from. Everyone has some problem with food, to an extent. For most people the problems are under control, but this is not the case for everyone.
Teenage girls eat less healthy food than any other group, survey reveals
But other signs of health trouble, including diabetes, hypertension and heart disease, are also on the rise. Yet in a study reported in the journal Pediatrics , researchers led by Dr. Marc DeBoer, associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Virginia, found encouraging news about some of these obesity-related health conditions. They analyzed data involving about 5, teens for signs of metabolic syndrome, a condition that increases risk of heart disease and includes obesity, high blood sugar, high levels of triglycerides which mostly come from starches and carbohydrates , high blood pressure and low levels of the good cholesterol HDL.
Nuts are a healthy plant food, packed full of beneficial nutrients for good health - they are high in healthy unsaturated fats, protein and fibre as well as containing a broad range of vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals. Tree nuts, as the name suggests grow on trees. They include: almonds, brazil nuts, cashews, chestnuts, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios and walnuts.