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B1 Keeping Healthy

AQA GCSE biology Flashcards

QuestionAnswer
Name all the food groups you need to have for a balanced diet Carbohydrates, Fats, Fiber, Protein and Minerals
What is Metabolic Rate? The speed in which chemical reaction take place in the body
Health Problems Related To Obesity Heart Disease, Arthritis, High Blood Sugar Level, Type 2 Diabetes
What does a person have to do to lose weight? Increase the amount of energy used by body and decreases the amount that is stored as fat
What are the types of cholesterol? HDR- Good LDR- Bad
What does malnourished mean? Not having a balanced diet
How to lower Cholesterol? Eat Less fatty foods and exercise more
What factors effect your Metabolic Rate? Inheritance and proportion of muscle to fat