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B1 Part 1 B1 Lesson 1&2 Healthy Diet B1 Lesson 4 Balance of the intake of energy expended
Year 9

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B1.1.1 Keeping Healthy B1 Lesson 3 Factors affecting metabolic rate and health
c Metabolic rate – The rate at which all the chemical reactions in the cells of the body are carried out Describe factors that affect the metabolic rate, eg the rate varies with the amount of activity you do and the proportion of muscle to fat in your body.
d Inherited factors affect health, eg metabolic rate and cholesterol level. Explain how inherited factors can also affect our health; these include metabolic rate and cholesterol levels.

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c) The rate at which all the chemical reactions in the cells of the body are carried out (the metabolic rate) varies with the amount of activity you do and the proportion of muscle to fat in your body. Metabolic rate may be affected by inherited factors.
d) Inherited factors also affect our health; for example cholesterol level.

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LinksEdit

  • The Big Picture - interesting info on diet and digestion including animations

References to lessons and resources in commercial schemesEdit

Nelson ThornesEdit

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