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- Pay attention to your diet:
- Follow the food guide pyramid to know the amount of nutrients you should take daily.
- Your diet must keep a balance.
- Exercise helps our muscles and our heart to get stronger.
- We should do some exercise every day.
- Practise sport safely.
- Germs are very tiny living things that cause disease
- Our skin stops many germs from getting into our body.
- One way to avoid germs entering our body is to wash our hands.
The nutrients provided by each group of food:
- Lipids : oil, sugar and fats.
- Proteins : fish, eggs and meat.
- Minerals : dairy (milk, yoghurt, cheese, ...), vegetables and fruit.
- Vitamins : fruit and vegetables.
- Carbohydrates : Bread, pulse (beans, peas, lentils, ...) or cereals (grains).
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Biceps and triceps muscles in the upper arm. Left: biceps contracted. Right: triceps contracted.
Calf muscles: The muscles extending from the back of the knee to the heel
The full, rounded appearance of the shoulder is due to the deltoid.
The gluteus comes powerfully into action to rise the legs (lower limbs) in walking, running, and climbing.
The pectorals are powerful muscles that extend from the front of the thorax to the arm.
The quadriceps muscle is a powerful extensor of the knee joint.
The trapezius is a large, diamond-shaped muscle that extends from the back of the skull down to the lower part of the backbone.
The frontal muscle is located in the face and allows a large variety of facial expressions.
The abdominal muscles are a wall to protect the abdomen.
Flexor muscles and extensor muscles move the wrist.
- Our muscular system has more than six hundred muscles.
- Most of our muscles move bones.
· To Give shape to our body.
· Muscles make other parts of our body move.
· Some muscles also help to protect soft organs of our body(e.g. eyes, lips, ...).