Science national curriculum: Scientific enquiry 1:1, 2:1, 2:2, Life processes 1:3, 2:4.
A healthy diet can help reduce your risk of developing coronary heart disease and stop you gaining weight - reducing your risk of diabetes and high blood pressure. It can also help lower your cholesterol levels and reduce your risk of some cancers. Even if you already have a heart condition, a healthy diet can benefit your heart.
The amount and type of food you eat has a major influence on your health. If you eat a well-balanced diet, it can reduce your risk of various diseases as well as help you to maintain a healthy weight . There are certain times when it can be particularly important to make sure that you follow a healthy diet, for instance, if you want to lose excess weight or if you’re watching what you eat because you’re pregnant.
“There is not a single diet that will suit every person with cancer, but the Basic healthy guidelines will help…” Cancer treatment places a high demand on the body and can change the way the body uses food. Good nutritional health before, during and after cancer is important.
Your body needs energy to work normally and keep you alive.
Despite what you see in some diet books and TV programmes, healthy eating can be really straightforward. Food groups