Ch. 4 and 5 Fitness Notes
Ch. 4 and 5 Fitness Notes PE 101-009
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Chapters Four and Five Anorexia nervosa—eating disorder characterized by severe weight loss through the act of intentional starvation Bulimia—eating disorder characterized by weight fluctuation and remaining within 15% of one’s normal body weight, accompanied by acts of binging and purging --10—30% end up dying. --Can affect both males and females --Ratio male to female: 3:1 --91% of female college students have attempted to control weight through dieting. --Can suffer from anorexia and bulimia simultaneously *Adult need 8 hours of undisturbed sleep on most nights. **A person may experience 20—50% deficit in learning due to sleep deprivation. Benefits of sleep: --Parts of the neural cortex repair themselves --Memories are consolidated and categorized during REM Nicotine: --Affects the brain and nervous system, increases heartrate and blood pressure --In small amounts creates a pleasant feeling --Discontinued use causes withdrawal symptoms --In large amounts, is lethal --A person who quits smoking halves their risk of lung cancer after 10 years --Many types of cancer, heart disease, emphysema, bronchitis (COPD), stroke Suicide—having a large impact on college campuses, tied to mental health *Mental health is also tied to academic success. **Every 15 minutes someone kills themselves in the US **There are 4 more male suicides than female suicides 5 seconds—minimal amount of time taken off the road while texting, at 55mph equivalent to one football field Time management—learning to juggle your time, leads to stress/anxiety Calories—measurement of energy produced when food is digested, body’s fuel source, without food you have no fuel for the body Food delivers—macronutrients and micronutrients Essential Nutrients: --Macronutrients are used for fuel --Carbohydrates, fats, proteins *Carbs are the major energy source for CNS --Micronutrients --Vitamins (13), Minerals (22) --Vitamins—fat soluble (A, D, E, K), and water soluble (B,C) --Minerals—inorganic elements found in nature --Water—hydrates body, enables chemical reactions Factors related to weight: --Medical --Genetic --Environment—diet and exercise *It doesn’t matter what you eat, it matters how much you eat. *In order to lose weight—decrease caloric intake, increase caloric input *Eating well is about balance. Choose Foods from all five food groups. **Some things we intake don’t fit into an above category; you can include some of those. Percentage of Intake: --50—60%--Carbs --10—20%--Protein --20—30%--Fat Benefits of a well-balanced diet: --More energy --Protects from illness --Might even make you look better **Natural/Organic may sound healthy, it doesn’t have much to do with the nutrients in the food. *Diet is related to many of the chronic diseases affecting adults. **Look at the serving size/container size on a food label first. *Calories convert to energy and used as a fuel source to keep your body running, digest your food, and allow you to conduct daily activities **More intake in calories than expenditure—weight gain
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