What did you learn? I learned that when you put all your attention on 1 thing you work very fast and efficient because when you multitask you need 2 layers of consciousnesses. I realized that I what I thought would take a long time was done really fast because I always think of the worst to come.
What went well? I got through everything really quick and didn’t need any retakes. Everything went to plan and I was able to get everything done and get some feedback at the end.
What would you do differently if you were able to do this again? I would arrange more things to do because I expected that I would need to do retakes. I would also change the I-movie a bit because I forgot to add a title at the beginning and end. I also didn’t introduce everything that well and it looked like I just threw all the work together.
Link to powerpoint(below)
Pre sugar free week food consumed:
- Grapefruits and Oranges
- Cucumber, Lettuce and Carrots
- Milk and cheese
Sugar free week food:
- Whole wheat Bread
- Grapefruits and Oranges
- Cucumber, Lettuce and Tomatoes
- Milk and cheese
Sugar free week reflection:
We did the sugar free week because we wanted to try and eat healthy, we learned that sugar is very bad for you too it is very unhealthy for you and it also has many negative side effects. It is as addictive as a drug so you have to limit sugar consumed. Next time I do something like this I will take into account many non sugar foods because lots of foods that taste good will have sugar or honey etc to make them taste better. Next time I do this I will also be more careful with what I do because often times I eat something with no sugar that isn’t actually healthy and normally I like to eat healthy and no sugar because it is easy to do so and it will make your body more healthy. It was pretty easy in general because I absolutely hate sugar though I don’t think that is the case for a plentiful of other people… Some people just hate sugar like me while other will crave it. Honestly it looked like torture for lots of people, I don’t know what they were doing but they seemed to be sneakily consuming sugar. I literally watched kids drink ice tea and eat donuts.
After doing this 1 week no sugar challenge I have started to realize that I don’t even need sugar in my diet. Normally I don’t even eat sugar unless I want to eat chocolate which has nothing to do with my diet it is just a snack. I don’t think that I need to change lots of things just need to change my habit of eating lots of chocolate because chocolate tastes very good to me.Nothing really needs to change in my diet. For food sometimes I eat cereal when I am in a super rush but normally I just eat bread for breakfast and a sandwich for lunch and more bread for dinner and occasionally I eat rice. Back home I always eat whole wheat bread because it is healthy and being healthy is good for you if you want to be fit. At home there are many choices because I can choose what I want to eat and what will be bought but at school I can’t control anything because everything is provided by the school. School food might taste good but you don’t know what is inside the food and the choices are very few. Lots of the items are unhealthy or they revolve around sugar like ice tea or sweet drink and fried chicken. All in all not much needs to be changed because realistically the food choices are good. The sweet and unhealthy food just makes you want to eat them when you can choose to eat healthy food.
This week has been pretty good and I think that if every week was like this then life would still be very normal. I don’t really care because lots of fruits are also really sweet. The no sugar week should also be more healthy though because even thought it is no sugar you can eat deep fried chicken which is basically as bad as sugar. There are also somethings that are very high in fat and unhealthy things but you can eat them because there is no sugar in them… I think that it defeats the purpose of being healthy if you stop sugar but don’t stop eating junk foods.
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