Healthy Food and Exercise
Cheese belongs to the food group milk and dairy.

Healthy Food and Exercise

Healthy food and exercise involves a balanced diet and keeping fit. Eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly helps us to keep healthy. Do you know the difference between proteins, carbohydrates and fibres? Which food groups are good for us, and which should we watch our intake of?

Some people go to the gym to keep fit, but it's not necessary. Walking, jogging and even doing exercises in your own home or garden is enough to keep you healthy. Swimming is a great way to exercise and it's important to learn to swim.

This quiz tests your knowledge of healthy eating and exercise.

  1. Which of these is NOT a benefit of regular exercise?
    Make sure you get some exercise today!
  2. What do we gain from meat, fish and beans?
    Protein is used to build and repair tissue
  3. What do we gain from eating fruit and vegetables?
    Which is your favourite fruit?
  4. Which food groups give us energy?
    Bread is a very versatile food
  5. Which food group does rice belong to?
    There are different flavours of rice
  6. What type of exercise strengthens our heart?
    Swimming and walking are examples of aerobic exercises
  7. Which food group gives us lots of calcium and other minerals?
    Calcium is good for our bones
  8. Which food group should we not eat much of?
    Snack and junk foods are full of fat
  9. Which food group does cheese belong to?
    Cheese is made from milk
  10. How many main food groups are there?
    These are dairy; cereal and bread; fats; meat, fish and beans; fruit and vegetables

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