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Beefing up Q. I’m really skinny, and I try to eat huge amounts of food to gain weight, but it just doesn’t work. People make fun of me and call me anorexic, but I really do eat! Can you help me? indb 36 16/4/08 3:04:06 PM NUTRITION 101 A. Here’s the deal on gaining weight: junk food will plump you up, but that stuff lacks the nutrients your body needs. To gain weight safely, eat healthy snacks between balanced meals. You need to eat a little more, between 1260 and 2100 kilojoules (300 and 500 calories) a day, if you can.
Indb 59 16/4/08 3:04:11 PM GORGEOUS SKIN FOR TEENS Sneaky ways of saying sugar Dextrose Sucrose Glucose Galactose Maltose Fructose Lactose Table sugar Brown sugar Castor (superfine) sugar Glucose syrup Corn syrup Golden syrup High fructose corn syrup Fruit juice concentrate Mannitol Maple syrup Invert sugar Raw sugar Molasses Treacle Get sugar savvy Sugar comes in many forms and is sneakily disguised on many labels by manufacturers who want to make their products look less sugary. Don’t be fooled—check out the list on the left to acquaint yourself with all the different ways of saying one thing: sugar.
How? By making food your favourite four-letter word. indb 34 16/4/08 3:04:06 PM NUTRITION 101 The key nutrients Let’s get down to the basics. Your body needs to be fuelled by six types of nutrients every day: • • • • • • Protein Carbohydrates Fats Vitamins Minerals Water. Eating a healthy balance of the right types of protein, carbs and fat gives your body a ‘bank account’ of energy and nutrients to withdraw from on demand. Protein: your building blocks Protein is vital for your health, because it’s your body’s main building block.
Macworld April 2011 (USA) by Mac Publishing