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Personal Healthy Living Plan Mildred Martinez
Sound Nutritional Habits September 25, 2013 | Food Eaten | How Much Eaten | Breakfast | Cereal | 1 bowl | Lunch | Rice, | 1 cup | Dinner | soup | 1serving | Snacks | Doritos | 1bag |

September 26, 2013 | Food Eaten | How Much Eaten | Breakfast | Cup Noodles | 1 cup | Lunch | Sushi | 7 pieces | Dinner | Yakisoba | 1serving | Snacks | Almonds | 1 bag |

September 27, 2013 | Food Eaten | How Much Eaten | Breakfast | Banana | 2 pieces | Lunch | Kfc Chicken | 2pieces | Dinner | Milk | 2 Glasses | Snacks | Sushi | 10 pieces |

Based on what Canada’s Food Guide says is important to eat on a daily basis, I think I should eat more fresh fruits and more servings of vegetables.
Regular Exercise Routines
I walk from No. 4 road to No. 5 road every weekend; it takes 45minutes in total every day, and sometimes I have a part-time Job Cleaning with 2-3hours after school. This means that I meet the daily physical activity (DPA) requirement of 150 minutes of physical activity per week.
The difficulties I encounter sometimes are that my schedule becomes too busy, since I have to complete school work on top of the daily physical activity I get body aches.
Personally, exercise does not only help me stay fit, but it also develops a handful of skills, not just physically but also mentally. It disciplines to focus on whatever I do, and it also helps me manage my time more wisely.
Emotional Health Management
There are few hassles in your life. Make sure, though, that are not trying so hard to avoid problems that you shy away from challenges.
Stress Test Score: 06
I manage my emotions positively by trying to analyze the situations I am in and thinking about the consequences of my every action or by listening to music while quietly thinking about the situation for a few hours. And sometimes I don’t…...

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