GCSE level School biology notes: Diet, exercise, reducing risk from non-communicable diseases
KEEPING HEALTHY - Diet and Exercise
Balanced nutritious food intake and doing some regular aerobics to help reduce the risk from some non-communicable diseases, obesity indexes, effects of diet deficiencies
Sub-index for this section on diet and exercise for good health
See also Respiration - aerobic and anaerobic
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