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“…A healthy diet must be: (i) complete, since it must provide all the nutrients the body needs; (ii) balanced, since the nutrients must be proportionate (carbohydrates-CHO: 55-60% of the total kcal per day; fats: 25-30%; and proteins: 12-15%), and include drinking 1.5-2 L of water a day; (iii) sufficient, since the amount of food must be adequate to keep the weight in the normal range and, in children, achieve proportional growth and development; (iv) adapted to age, sex, height, physical activity carried out, work carried out by the person and their state of health; (v) varied, since it will contain different foods from each of the groups (dairy, fruits, vegetables, cereals, legumes, meat and poultry or fish, among others) to guarantee all the necessary nutrients [58][59][60][61].…”
Section: Healthmentioning
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“…A healthy diet must be: (i) complete, since it must provide all the nutrients the body needs; (ii) balanced, since the nutrients must be proportionate (carbohydrates-CHO: 55-60% of the total kcal per day; fats: 25-30%; and proteins: 12-15%), and include drinking 1.5-2 L of water a day; (iii) sufficient, since the amount of food must be adequate to keep the weight in the normal range and, in children, achieve proportional growth and development; (iv) adapted to age, sex, height, physical activity carried out, work carried out by the person and their state of health; (v) varied, since it will contain different foods from each of the groups (dairy, fruits, vegetables, cereals, legumes, meat and poultry or fish, among others) to guarantee all the necessary nutrients [58][59][60][61].…”
Section: Healthmentioning