Sci/220 Lifestyle Analysis Worksheet Essay examples

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Questions for both lifestyles: Sedentary person, Physically active person. What are this person’s nutrition needs?

The daily calorie requirement for people with sedentary lives depends on their body frame, weight, gender, and height. Sedentary women should consume between 2,000 - 1,800 calories daily. Men usually burn more calories, and so the daily allowed calories for men is usually between 2,400 and 2,200 calories. Just like any other healthy diet, Sedentary people's nutritional needs should not include too much fat or carbohydrates. This rule especially pertains to this peticular inactive lifestyle because there is not much probability of these calories being burned off and being used for energy.

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The body strengthens and rejuvenates itself during sleep, but without enough of it, exhaustion sets in, which leads to a weakened immune system. Your body becomes more prone to coughs, head colds, headaches, fevers, and even more severe illnesses. Proper balance of food and exercise is key to staying healthy and physically active.

What recommendations would you make to create a healthier life for this person?

Get physically active- plain and simple. Obviously, this does not mean to run a marathon because the individuals who live these types of lifestyles are not going to have the capacity to do that at this point, but gradual introduction of physical activity will be a good place to starting a healthier lifestyle. Healthy, mindful food choices always make a big difference in how our bodies function. In hindsight, the body isn't all that complex because there is a simple formula that pertains to the food we eat and how our bodies function. People get out of their bodies, what they put into their bodies. This is a basic rule, not just for healthy bodily function, but for for just about almost everything else in our lives. We get out of it, what we put into it. If we put in good, we receive good back. If we distribute bad, we end up with a bad outcome as well.

Physically active people, on average, live a reasonably healthy lifecycle, unless of course, physical activity is not put into balance. The proper balance of rest, nutrition, and adequate

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