1. 2. the strength required for sustained mental or physical activity.
  2. 8. a type of electrolyte that helps nerves to function and muscles to contract. Found in bananas
  3. 9. a sweet crystalline substance that is usually used for sweetening food or drink
  4. 11. found in milk! The chemical element of atomic number 20.
  5. 13. the flesh of an animal used for food. High in protein
  6. 14. they contain hydrogen and oxygen in the same ratio as water 2:1. They provide fuel for energy. e.g. Pasta, rice, bread contain high levels of this.
  7. 15. a quantity of food suitable for one person
  8. 20. allows chemical reactions and is a key component of blood. Reduces hunger. Found in oil, avocados and meats
  9. 24. these can also be found on the periodic table
  10. 25. a disease in which the body is less able to produce or respond to the hormone insulin which in turn results in abnormal metabolism of carbs and unstable levels of glucose in the blood.
  11. 27. a plant or part of a plant used for food such as apples, oranges or pineapple
  12. 28. system the group of organs which work together to consume foods and liquids that the body can use for energy and growth
  13. 30. the process of providing or obtaining the food necessary for health and growth
  1. 1. the state of being free from illness or injury
  2. 3. fruit composed from and inedible hard shell and a seed which is edible.
  3. 4. any group of organic compounds that promote growth and nutrition. Derives from the Latin word amine because these were thought to contain amino acids
  4. 5. a plant or part of a plant used for food such as cabbage, cucumber or carrot
  5. 6. source of energy that comes from food to power the human body.
  6. 7. a sugar commonly found in fruits
  7. 8. is a key component of body tissue. It builds, maintains and repairs body cells. Found in meats, nuts and eggs
  8. 10. the kind of foods a person consumes. Many associate this with the restriction of some food groups in order to lose weight.
  9. 12. cultivated cereals used as food
  10. 16. a simple sugar that is a component of many carbohydrates
  11. 17. a sugar found in milk products
  12. 18. has the same ratio of hydrogen and oxygen as carbohydrates. Is colourless and odourless
  13. 19. any nutritious substance that can be consumed in order to maintain life and growth
  14. 21. joules measurement of energy value of foods
  15. 22. cleans the digestive system and can be found in wholemeal foods, apple and oranges
  16. 23. a distribution of milk or milk products
  17. 26. the chemical element atomic number 11, referred to as salt
  18. 29. is an element commonly found in red meats in large amounts. Also, a type of metal