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Target heart rate zone (THR) Between 60 and 85 percent of your maximum heart rate
uncontrollable risk factor age, race, gender, heredity
emotional health feeling good about oneself
mental health ability to appropriately express feelings
peer pressure a feeling that you should do something because that is what your friends want
risk factor anything that increases the likelihood of injury, disease, or other health problems
physical health aspects of health related to the body
refusal skills a strategy to avoid doing something you don't want to do
social health involves interacting well with people and having satisfying relationships
spiritual health ability to be at peace with yourself and with those around you
wellness achievement of a person's best in all six components of health
heart disease disease linked to high levels of saturated fat in the diet
water important for waste removal, temperature regulation, and maintenance of the proper environment for chemical reactions
RDA recommended nutrient intakes that meet the needs of most healthy people
junk food food that provides few nutrients relative to the energy it contains
healthful snack nutrient-dense food choice such as an apple or yogurt
infectious diseases caused most deaths prior to the 20th century
coping life skill that helps you deal with troubles or problems
threats a type of direct pressure
radio a type of indirect pressure
aerobic activities bicycle riding, running, swimming
muscular endurance the ability of muscles to keep working over a long period of time
rule of exercise always dress for the weather
Dietary Guidelines for Americans coordinate the information from several sets of recommendations
4 calories makes up 1 gram of protein
carbohydrates and fats both good sources of energy
starches a type of complex carbohydrate
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