Having a good outlook on life and always looking for the good in a situation can benefit your heart.

There are many habits that you can have to be healthier and happier. This includes the things we eat and the daily hygiene habits we have. You may have heard the old saying "You are what you eat!", but not fully understood what it means. If you consume foods that are good for your body, your body will remain in good health and most likely improve. If you munch on foods that are bad for you regularly, this will have a negative influence on your body. You need to spend some time understanding what foods are good and bad for you. The best guide is to stay away from foods that are high in salt, sugar, and fat content. Foods that contain high levels of those substances are harmful for you and your growth.

What we eat does have a high impact on our health, but there are many other things that contribute to our overall wellbeing. Some of main habits to consider are regular exercise, reading, drinking water, staying social, and keeping a positive mindset. These all need to be part of your normal routine. Just because you went out for a jog or read a book a month ago, does not necessarily mean it is part of your routine. You should create a healthy routine that you enjoy for yourself. Maybe instead of jogging an hour every two weeks, walk for 10 minutes every day. Instead of reading a book a couple of times a year. Read for 5-10 minutes a day. Being consistent in all these areas is the key to maintaining a healthy lifestyle that will maximize your health. These worksheets will discuss many things that we should be aware of to maintain a safe and healthy environment for our bodies. We show you how to read food labels and make good decisions when decided what to eat. Students will learn about how diet affects our likelihood to fight off infections and lessen our chances of turning genetic diseases off. We will explore tooth care and healthy habits. Those habits including exercise and how regular physical activity can benefit our bodies.

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Printable Health Worksheets

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Reading Nutrition Labels

An average woman needs 2,000 calories a day to maintain a healthy weight. An average man needs 2,500 calories a day to maintain a healthy weight. Based on the number of calories in one serving of this product, would you consider this a healthy food? Why or why not?

Healthy Teeth

Look at each row of teeth. Put a check mark on the line next to the mouth with the healthy teeth. Put an X on the line next to the mouth with the unhealthy teeth.

Healthy Week Bingo Card

Think about the different ways you have made healthy decisions this week. Complete the bingo card.

Health Problems

What's wrong? Circle the correct answer.

Healthy or Not?

Would you consider each meal healthy or not? Explain your answer in the box.

General Health Facts

What is the difference between eating refined white sugar (added sugar) and eating a piece of fruit?

How to Brush Your Teeth

Read how to brush teeth properly. Pretend your pencil is a toothbrush and practice brushing the teeth.

Taking Care of Your Teeth

Cut and paste the pictures of healthy choices under the healthy mouth. Cut and paste the pictures of the unhealthy choices under the unhealthy mouth.

What Do You Know about Sugar?

The average American consumes 3 pounds (or 6 cups) of sugar in one week.

Can a Healthy Diet Reduce Cancer Risk?

When old cells, which normally die, grow uncontrollably and form new, abnormal cells instead, it is called cancer. Cancers can occur anywhere in the body.

QUESTIONS: Can a Healthy Diet Reduce Cancer Risk?

Can you improve your health my taking one or two supplements that contain individual, isolated phytonutrients?

Benefits of Exercise

Complete this crossword puzzle to answer the benefits of exercising regularly.

Healthy Foods

Circle the foods that are healthy.

Healthy Habits Weekly Checklist

Notch off when you do these things.

Healthy Habits Word Search

Find the health-related words in the puzzle.


Tiny creatures that can make our bodies sick are called germs. Germs are so tiny that you cannot see them without a microscope. There are different kinds of germs. bacteria can cause infections like ear infections, sore throats (tonsillitis or strep throat), cavities, and pneumonia.

Germs Questions

Name two ways you can help prevent the spread of germs. How do most germs spread?