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Eat Well, Live Well Crossword

  1. 4. Food group containing lean meats and poultry, fish, eggs, tofu, nuts and seeds and legumes/beans.
  2. 5. A measure of body fat based on your weight in relation to your height.
  3. 6. Helps to indicate how much of each type of food should be consumed.
  4. 7. A type of simple carbohydrates that have a sweet taste.
  5. 8. Food group made up of mostly wholegrain and high cereal fibre variety foods, such as bread and pasta.
  6. 11. Relating to all of the processes in your body working together to create the energy that keeps you going.
  7. 14. Having a range of different foods included to maintain a healthy diet.
  8. 15. Organic compounds that the body needs for normal growth and nutrition in small amounts.
  9. 17. The process of getting the food needed for health and growth.
  10. 19. Nutrients that are needed in small amounts such as vitamins and minerals.
  11. 21. Foods that do not fit into the five food groups because they are not essential for a healthy diet.
  12. 22. The energy used when at rest to maintain life.
  13. 23. Large group of organic compounds that can be broken down and released as energy by the body, including sugars, starches and celluloses.
  14. 24. Physical activity that is done to maintain or improve health and fitness.
  15. 25. Having a BMI from 25-30 when you are an adult.
  16. 26. Food group involving milk, yoghurt, cheese and alternatives.
  1. 1. Food group including foods such as apples, bananas and berries.
  2. 2. Organic compounds that are the major storage form of energy in the body, too much can be unhealthy. Includes foods such as butter and oil.
  3. 3. A particular selection of foods that a person consumes.
  4. 4. Helps to indicate how much of each type of food is actually consumed.
  5. 5. Making sure you have an even and proportional amount of foods to maintain a healthy diet.
  6. 9. Having reasonable limits to the amounts of food consumed, especially of foods that are unhealthy, to maintain a healthy diet.
  7. 10. A type of carbohydrate that can only be partially digested.
  8. 12. Useful to control the effect foods have on your blood sugar levels.
  9. 13. Unit of measure of energy value of foods.
  10. 16. Food group including foods such as broccoli, carrots and lettuce.
  11. 18. Inorganic elements that our bodies need to function normally such as calcium, iron and sodium.
  12. 19. Nutrients that are needed in large amounts such as water, fats, protein and carbohydrates.
  13. 20. Having a BMI of 30 or higher when you are an adult.
  14. 24. Provided by the carbohydrate, protein and fat amounts in the food and drinks we consume.