12. Energy of Serbian salad πŸ‡·πŸ‡Έ

We cannot destroy or create energy in nature, it can be changed its form or transfer to another body – which is what the law of conservation of mass is about. Everything we eat and drink gives our body the energy it needs to function properly. That’s why we need to balance our diet and activities in order to make the best use of that energy. Calorie counting is a very popular method for controlling food intake, but it is also the subject of many debates as to whether it is good or not. A calorie is a unit of energy that we get from food or drinks, needed to be healthy, while counting calories is a method that monitors their daily intake through the food and drinks that we consume during the day. When you want to lose weight, you need to consume more calories than you consume, and when you want to gain weight, you need to consume more calories than you consume.

If you want to eat healthy, we suggest a Serbian salad made from tomatoes, fresh peppers, hot peppers, cucumbers, onions with a little salt and oil. There are 46.8 calories in 100 grams of Serbian salad. To burn those calories, you need to run for 4 minutes or swim for 6 minutes. We calculate these values based on knowledge from physics about potential and kinetic energy.

Energy of Serbian salad (lesson plan)

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