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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Health Information and The Media Healthy Eating Participation in physical activities is important, especially for teens and children, who need more exercise than adults.The average BMI (body mass index) is a very wide range that differs depending on your height, age, and sex. Being physically active is important not only for keeping a healthybody but for keeping a healthy mind as well. this is because when you exercise your body releases endorphins and other feel-good chemicalsthat keep your brain (so you!) happy and healthy. Exercise Media is constantly telling us that we need to be thinner,with bigger curves, and flawless skin and hair.This is very destructive to the body image and self-esteem of teens and children who are also constantly marketed unhealthy foods like sugary treats and fast food, and contradictorily being marketed weight loss programs and food to help you lose weight. This is so woven into our culture and engrained into our minds, it can be difficult to ignore and erase. exercise and eating healthy are important, and depending on your height, age, sex, and medical status your weight and BMI are basically unique to you! there is pretty much no right or wrong when it comes to your weight or how your body looks, but is important to keep in mind that you need to keep your weight and eating habits under control in order to keep your organs and brain happy and healthy. Eating healthy is very important if you want to maintain a healthy body and lifestyle! Canada's food guide recommends teens ages 14-19 eat 7-10 serving of fruit and/or vegetables, 6-8 servings of grain products, 2-4 serving of milk and alternatives, and 2-3 servings of meat and alternatives. We also need 2-3 tablespoons of unsaturated oils and fats! it is very common for teens to have a small amount of excess body fat, so if you do don't feel bad! your body needs that fat to grow and to protect your organs and bones. It's important to remember that everyone is unique, and no one can tell you how to define beauty. A healthy body is beauty, whether you're curvy or thin, tall or short, with dark hair or light hair and no matter what your skin tone is. If you're happy and healthy, you're beautiful.
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