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Year 10 B1 Lesson 3 Factors affecting metabolic rate and health B1 Lesson 5 Pathogens and aseptic technique
Year 9

Learning outcomes and Specification referenceEdit

B1.1.1 Keeping Healthy B1 Lesson 4 Balance of the intake of energy expended
b A person loses mass when the energy content of the food taken in is less than the amount of energy expended by the body. Analyse and evaluate claims made by slimming programmes and products
e Regular exercise improves your health. Evaluate information about the effect of lifestyle on development of diseases.

Full Specification TextEdit

b) A person loses mass when the energy content of the food taken in is less than the amount of energy expended by the body. Exercise increasesthe amount of energy expended by the body.
e) People who exercise regularly are usually healthier than people who take little exercise.

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  • AQA Progress check B1.1.1. [1]
  • AQA Progress check B1.1.1 answers [2]

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