Carbohydrates

Carbohydrates are the basis of our power, and its main function is to provide energy to the body. In addition, carbohydrates contain protein that is needed to repair and build tissues. This group is composed of cereals, legumes and vegetables floury, and it is advisable consume of 6 to 11 servings a day, depending on the caloric needs of each person. Some examples of products in the Group of carbohydrates are: cereals: include rice, corn, wheat, oats and those derived from them, such as: tortillas, bread, pasta and cereal box. This kind of food does not include those that contain lots of sugar and fat as pastries, the cakes and cookies. Legumes: are those products such as beans, lentils, chickpeas, cubaces, peas and soybeans, among others. Floury vegetables: here include vegetables such as potato, nampi, yams and reinhoud.

Also bananas and pejibayes, among others. Seeds: include peanuts, for example Cashew, pumpkin, macadamia, sesame seeds and walnuts. Perhaps you will find that it is very easy to consume foods from this group, but beware!, there is a large part of our population that eats an excess of carbohydrate-rich foods, the problem is that they are mostly called simple carbohydrates that provide many calories to our body as in the case of sugar, syrup, soda, honey, jelly, jelliesalcoholic beverages and others. Yes! all those things that we like so much and is not ill eat from time to time, contain a high percentage of fat and sugar. If you are trying to lose weight, you should avoid them. To get the fiber you need, choose several servings a day of food compounds of whole grain such as whole wheat bread and whole grain cereal.

The Fall

Caologia, a new social science start this epistemological approach with the words of Briggs and Peat 14 scientific chaos refers to an underlying interconnect that manifests itself in seemingly random events. The science of chaos focuses on hidden models, in the nuances, in the sensitivity of things and in the rules about how the unpredictability leads to new … Scientific culture that one hundred years dominates us each time with greater intensity some would say that we are even their prisoners sees the world in terms of analysis, quantification, symmetry and mechanisms. Chaos allows us to free ourselves from such limitations. If we can appreciate the chaos, we can begin to see the world as a stream of animated models with sudden turns … the idea is applied from medicine and the economy, until the war, social dynamics, or theories on how they are formed and change organizations. Chaos is ceasing to be a scientific theory to become a cultural metaphor. In terms of metaphor, the chaos encourages us to question some of our most cherished beliefs and urges us to ask questions about reality.

For one increasingly larger number of people, the world is perceived as a place where chaos is growing and this has increased along with the increase in the rhythm of the pace of change. For others, chaos does not exist and the chaos that manifests itself in things natural order, as in the fall, they perceive it as orderly and natural deterioration of the cycle of nature. But it is always possible to find the chaos within the order, but to do this we should inform our perception with new investigation of the environment or with a deeper knowledge of human nature, and thus, be able to perceive order within apparent chaos. The caologia emerges as a new discipline which, having as background the impressive development of quantum physics and its principle of indetermination or uncertainty, as well as mathematics that underlie it and emerge from it; It has experienced an accelerated development pose a series of knowledge that are beginning to be applied in diverse disciplines such as physics, biology, astronomy, geography, medicine and more recently in the social sciences.

Proposal Curricular Global

The goal is to know how all this affects to their learning. Qualitative and quantitative estimation of the functional organization of the capabilities of the student. Through the various medical, logopedicos, psychological and school reports prior to determining the level of curricular competences, the psychologist should carry out the corresponding valuation context school and institution classroom: the aim is to analyze the relationship student/teacher/fellow, analysis of educational practice: methodology, strategies, set level to students, support that the student account school: Assessment of the institutional response to the needs of the student, distribution of times, spaces, training and cooperative work of teachers, family background and SOCIAL assessment of the context of the student etc: should assess how they affect different people around him and variables that can influence the educational process. The child must have a continuum between the two, i.e., there must be a constant interaction between family, school, and social context with an assessment of the opportunities and real deficiencies present to detect possible negative inferences. You have to know what kind of affective relationships exist in your environment, family expectations, autonomy granted responsibilities, etc at the family level, the student, it is important to know the degree of structure, directivities, predictability, as well as the degree of perception of the child by those around him (anxiety, assimilation, frustration, blaming). Equally important will be to make this assessment from the observation detail in real interactive contexts. To make ratings appropriate, considering that each student has their own times, strategy is to establish a pace appropriate to their particularity and need.

Proposal Curricular Global aspects General of the adaptation Curricular according the N.E.Es. students, must be a curricular adaptation (accommodation or adjustment of the educational offer common to its possibilities and needs). We will depart from the base that the method of intervention will have as main characteristic a focus of social interaction, learning base and structuring of the personality of the students.