I'm doing a talk tonight for the teenaged girls at the church we attend about healthy living and having more energy. Here are the True/False questions from the handout I'm passing out. Answers tomorrow!
(Although, if you've read this blog at all, you know the answers.)
T - F Your body gets energy from the protein you eat.
T - F Sugar drains your energy.
T - F Fruit juices are a delicious, healthy energy source.
T - F Eating right means not eating bad foods.
T - F To avoid retaining water, only drink water when you're thirsty.
T - F To lose weight and get healthier, skip meals.
T - F The longer you exercise, the better.
T - F If you're active and exercise, it matters less what you eat.
T - F Having more muscle gives you more energy.
T - F When making healthy eating choices, seeing the word "salad" is always a plus.
T - F If you have more energy, it means you don't need as much sleep.
(Why is it that even though we know some of the more obvious false ones are false, we still act as if they were true?)