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  • KidsHealth presents "How the Body Works,"

  • with Chloe and the Nurb.

  • Oh, how I love it when the fair comes to town.

  • Me too.

  • There are so many rides.

  • The Immune System Bouncy Castle, the Nose Tornado,

  • oh, the Tunnel of Lungs.

  • Oh, whoa, look at this silly looking guy.

  • I think we're in the Hall of Mirrors.

  • Amazing.

  • Look at me in this one.

  • There are a lot of people here with a lot of different body

  • shapes.

  • Why is everyone so different?

  • They're not conveniently Nurb or Chloe shaped.

  • It's your genes that help determine your body shape

  • and size.

  • These jeans make me look like a rock star.

  • Not those jeans, the genes I'm talking about

  • are the ones passed down to you from your parents.

  • Those genes are in every cell of your body.

  • Genes are instructions that tell your body

  • what color your eyes will be, how tall you'll be,

  • and lots of other stuff.

  • Oh, I get it.

  • We end up looking like the people in our family.

  • Usually, but if you're talking about how much people weigh,

  • genes aren't the only thing.

  • Your weight has a lot to do with how much you eat

  • and how active you are.

  • So what you're born with and what you do with it.

  • Exactly.

  • To really understand weight, you need to know the formula:

  • Energy in minus energy out equals your weight.

  • Your body takes energy in when you eat, like so.

  • Food and most drinks contain units

  • of energy called calories.

  • Calories are bad though, right?

  • The book on dieting I'm reading, "Calories

  • Are the Most Evil Thing on the Planet,"

  • seems to hint strongly at that.

  • No, Nurb, your body needs calories to keep

  • it working the way it should.

  • Your body needs calories to do important stuff

  • like breathing, keeping your heart beating and digesting

  • food, and growing.

  • Kids needs calories to grow.

  • I'm done growing, at least in an upward direction.

  • Right.

  • When we're done growing, we don't need as many calories.

  • We also burn calories when we're active and move around a lot,

  • like so.

  • Wait up!

  • The trick of it is the balance between calories you eat

  • and the calories you burn.

  • Oh, you mean energy in minus energy out equals your weight.

  • Right.

  • You want to eat enough calories, but not

  • more than your body needs.

  • What does you body do with the calories it doesn't use?

  • Your body takes those extra calories

  • and turns them into fat.

  • Everyone has some fat, but a person who has too much fat

  • may not be as healthy as he or she could be.

  • Interesting.

  • So what's the right amount to weigh?

  • There isn't one right weight.

  • People come in different shapes and sizes.

  • Two people can weigh different amounts and still be healthy.

  • Ask your doctor if you're concerned about your weight.

  • He or she can help.

  • I will ask when I go for my next checkup.

  • Oh, look, a seesaw ride.

  • This is a perfect example of balance.

  • You don't want to eat too much and you

  • don't want to sit around too much, because then you

  • won't get enough exercise.

  • You want to eat the right amount of calories

  • and be active every day.

  • I get it.

  • Hey, where are you going?

  • No sense being at the fair and not

  • enjoying some of this fabulous food.

  • Sure, it's OK to have a treat at the fair.

  • But on most days, you should eat a variety of healthy foods.

  • Sure thing.

  • I'll have the mega jumbo twist cone.

  • Have you ever heard of portion control?

  • OK, the smaller one.

  • And the fizzy soda drink.

  • How about a water instead?

  • That's the best drink to drink most of the time.

  • OK, water it is.

  • Oh, look, Nurb.

  • It's my favorite healthy food arcade game, Flying Food.

  • Nurb, do you know how to eat a variety of healthy foods?

  • Sure, you want to eat from all the food

  • groups: the cotton candy group, the corn dog group, the ice

  • cream group.

  • Nurb, the five food groups are fruit,

  • grains (especially whole grains like whole wheat bread,

  • brown rice, or oatmeal) protein (like meat, fish, eggs, nuts,

  • or beans) vegetables, don't forget some dairy

  • (like milk, cheese, or yogurt).

  • OK, your turn, Nurb.

  • What do I do?

  • Get something from each of the five food groups on the plate.

  • Hurry up!

  • OK, let's start with oatmeal.

  • Whole grains.

  • Next, I'd like some yogurt.

  • That would splat nicely.

  • Great job.

  • You've got dairy.

  • Now let's go for protein.

  • Time for some fish.

  • Only two left.

  • What are they?

  • Uh, fruits and vegetables.

  • I'd like some grapes and some broccoli.

  • You did it, Nurb.

  • Thanks, Chloe.

  • I think I'm getting the hang of this healthy eating stuff.

  • You sure are.

  • How far you've come.

  • I know, I know.

  • Chloe, do you smell that?

  • What is it, Nurb?

  • They've got fried chicken, fried candy bars, fried fries!

  • How to choose, how to choose!

  • And yet, when I think of it, I'm not exactly hungry right now.

  • You have learned so much in a short time.

  • Right you are, Chloe.

  • Hey, let's ride one more ride.

  • Something scary?

  • Just a little teacup ride.

  • Sounds good.

  • Huh, not scary at all.

  • Whoa!

  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

KidsHealth presents "How the Body Works,"

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