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Healthy living final

May 20, 2015

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  • 1. Healthy Living Presented by: Michael Kidder4-11-12

2. PurposeJuggling school work,athletics, a part-timejob and a social lifewith friends, its nowonder teenagerstoday struggle to livea healthy lifestyle.This presentation is aguide for teens onhow to eat healthy,stay fit, and live abalance free life.11/04/12 Crystal Sipp 3. Maintain a Healthy Diet Jumpstart your day by eating a well-balanced breakfast. Here are some quick prep, delicious, high protein breakfast ideas to try: 3. Oatmeal with chopped nuts, raisins, a slidebanana or slice strawberries 4. Add some fresh fruit to a low fat yogurt toppedwith some granola or chopped nuts 5. Whole grain toast or a bagel with peanut butter 11/04/12Crystal Sipp 4. Healthy Lunch IdeasEgg or tuna salad on whole wheat bread withlettuce and tomato and a piece of fruit on thesideTurkey on whole wheat wrap with lettuceSalad with lots of colorful veggies 11/04/12 Crystal Sipp 5. Pack a Lunch with a PunchLunch time in theschool cafeteria ismost likely a timewhere eating lunch isnot a priority andsocializing with yourfriends is. Here aresome easy to eat,healthy lunch ideas tohelp you finish yourschool day strong andenergized. 11/04/12Crystal Sipp 6. Satisfying Suppers Stir Fry vegetables with shrimp, chicken or tofuAdd a small salad to Chicken fajitas with guacamole and salsaeach of the delicious Broiled salmon or chicken with vegetables Baked potato with vegetable ordinner ideas below and chili toppings you will be able to finishyour night strong andenergized11/04/12 Crystal Sipp 7. Smart Snaking IdeasWhole wheat pretzels with spicy mustardRice cakes with peanut butter and raisinsLow fat yogurt topped with fresh fruitFresh cut veggies and hummusTrail mixcombine whole grain oats, choppedwalnuts, and dried cranberries 11/04/12 Crystal Sipp 8. Why Exercise is WiseExperts agree thatteens should get 60minutes or more ofmoderate vigorousexercise each day.Aerobic exerciseincludesBikingRunningSwimmingDancing 11/04/12Crystal Sipp 9. Exercise Video 11/04/12Crystal Sipp 10. How Much Sleep DoYou Need? Set a regular bed time It is recommended thatExercise regularly teens sleep 8.5 to 9 hoursAvoid caffeine after 4 pm Relax you mind each night. However, if you Limit daytime naps Create the right sleeping have difficulty waking in the environment Wake up with a bright light morning, are falling asleep in classes, here are some tips11/04/12Crystal Sipp