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Physical Requirements

A balanced diet must contain carbohydrate, protein, fat, vitamins, mineral salts and fibre. It must contain these things in the correct proportions.

  1. Carbohydrates-Provide a source of energy
  2. Proteins-Provide a source of materials for growth and repair.
  3. Fats-Provide a source of energy and contain fat soluble vitamins.
  4. Vitamins-It provides resistant towards the infectious diseases.
  5. Mineral salts-It is required for healthy teeth, bones, muscles etc
  6. Fibre: It is required to help your intestines function correctly, it is not digested.




Many of the health problems that adolescents face are linked to their activities and habits. Adolescents are active – during play, exploring the world, carrying out science experiments, at home - and these activities bring them in contact with dirt, germs and chemicals. They need to be aware of the harm that these can cause and how simple measures like washing hands repeatedly can help prevent, (sometimes fatal), diseases like typhoid, cholera, worm infestation etc. from spreading.


The risk of diarrhoeal infection that causes one child death every 30 seconds globally can be reduced by 47 per cent by the simple process of washing hands with soap.

Developing good habits related to sleep cycle, nutrition and cleanliness are also likely to have positively impact on their academic performance.

Benefits of Exercise

Everyone can benefit from regular exercise. Kids who are active will:

  • have stronger muscles and bones
  • have a leaner body because exercise helps control body fat
  • be less likely to become overweight
  • decrease the risk of developing type 2 diabetes
  • possibly lower blood pressure and blood cholesterol levels
  • have a better outlook on life

Children involved in School activities

Teenagers playing sports in a team

Students in NCC (National Cadet Corps)

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