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What makes muscles grow? - Jeffrey Siegel
We have over 600 muscles in our bodies that help bind us together, hold us up, and help us move. Your muscles also need your constant attention, because the way you treat them on a daily basis determines whether they will wither or grow. Jeffrey Siegel illustrates how a good mix of sleep, nutrition and exercise keep your muscles as big and strong as possible.
The BtN Mental Health Special features three stories about specific mental health challenges that affect children; stress, bullying and body image. After each story, a forum of kids will talk about their feelings, thoughts and concerns regarding each challenge, before a children's counselling expert will give some tips and guidance.
The Truth About Improving Your Mental Health (2021)
Staying calm when the world is in crisis is no easy task. Clinical psychologist Professor Tanya Byron teams up with former England footballer Alex Scott, sharing strategies to improve our mental health.
FIND OUT WHAT'S IN YOUR FOOD:
Jimmy the enterprising farmer turned food producer turns his attention to kids' party food. Fish fingers and pink marshmallows are on the menu.An essential tool is a power saw for the fish shapes.The soft and fluffy marshmallows reflect nothing of the ingredients going in them - such as pig's skin and trotters.Jimmy also visits a factory where they produce 15,000 mini rolls an hour. He wants to learn how they roll them all without cracks.
'Michael Mosley goes on a journey to discover the truth about exercise, revealing the latest scientific discoveries about how the human body responds to a workout and why people respond differently. He also finds out that, in order to get the most out of exercise, the right type of exercise, at the right time and in the right place needs to be taken into account.
An African-American high school football coach struggles to build a championship team while facing racism within and without the school. Based on actual events in Virginia in 1971, the film shows the power of sport to overcome serious social issues.
Description: Amberley and Gilly are in Japan on their way to compete in the Nagasaki Speed Eating competition where competitors chow down on curry and soup in record time. Will it be weird enough to be named the world's wackiest sport?|Minimum age: aus 9 ---EPG---