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ID number:781804
Published: 25.09.2006.
Language: English
Level: Elementary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

There is a large difference between healthy food and unhealthy food, although both can taste delicious. Fruits and vegetables are two of the few examples of healthy cuisine that taste good. Most other healthy foods, however, do not taste very good at all.

A healthy food is one that provides nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, protein, fat, and water. Eating wholesome, healthy food will help a person maintain their proper weight, avoid tooth decay and cavities, and function better in everyday life. Meats, vegetables, fruits, some dairy products, and grains are examples of healthy foods.

An unhealthy food is just the opposite of a healthy food. These foods are acceptable to consume in moderation, but should generally be avoided, as they provide our bodies with fat and sugars. Frequently eating ?junk foods? like cakes, pies, ice cream, and candy will make a person gain weight, have high cholesterol, have a better chance of getting heart disease, and have cavities.

All healthy vittles can become unhealthy if eaten in large portions or with sugars and fat added. A bowl of wholegrain Cheerios or Wheaties becomes less healthful if doused with two tablespoons of sugar.

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