It must be complete: to provide all the nutrients needed by the body: carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals and water.
This includes time spent watching television and playing that is passed to the computer console. Although the time children spend in front of this type of display can be an excellent educational and entertainment opportunity, spending too much time in front of the TV like it is associated with increased risk of overweight.
5-2-1-Almost None recommends no more than two hours in front of the TV or other screens every day. And for children less than two years, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends no whatsoever to television screens, video or computer.
Regular physical activity helps children to have the heart, bones and muscles strong and healthy, and achieve and maintain a healthy weight. Being active improves learning ability and helps them feel more energy and sleep better.
Besides causing cavities, sugary drinks are one of the main culprits of the current epidemic of childhood obesity. Since the seventies, the consumption of industrially produced soft drinks has more than doubled among children and young Americans. It is not surprising that the number of overweight or obese children has also increased.…
Within the context of health promotion, health has been considered not as an abstract state, but as a means to an end, as a resource that enables people to lead individually, socially and economically productive life. Health is a resource for everyday life, not the goal of life. It is a positive concept emphasizing social and personal resources and physical abilities.
The athlete needs an adequate supply of energy in the form of a healthy and balanced diet. To watch your diet promotes and facilitates the athlete recovery processes, particularly anabolic response phase catabolism caused by training efforts. Under special intensity, volume load many competitive athletes may require additional supplementation in the diet naturally. In this case it is very important to consult your doctor and have a professional nutritional advice.
No rest can not be improved, and this is one of the most obvious maximum of Sport. This break should include a sufficient number of hours of sleep a day, and especially a proper distribution of effort throughout the session and between sessions throughout the week. Furthermore, the use of techniques and complementary methods (physiotherapy, hydrotherapy, etc.) is a factor of success in optimizing the recovery of the athlete between efforts.
Although training has many hard times and competition for many athletes assumed a particularly stressful situation, it is essential that the individual be able to control your anxiety in these circumstances and enjoy both the daily practice and competition. To do so in many cases the athlete learning also need specific training and psychological control techniques and the support of qualified professionals.
The last of our advice could be none other than the patience and perseverance. If there is a human activity in which there is a clear causal link between effort and energy spent and the result, this is definitely the sport. All the end is a matter of time, and to meet this requirement, the individual must be able to invest enough time over enough time to reach your goal.…