TDA 2.14 1.1 Children need to be given a balanced diet which conforms to their cultural, ethnic and religious beliefs. A balanced diet consists of vitamin, minerals, water, protein, fats, carbohydrates and fibre. It is made up of different portions of nutrients these are:- 2 portions of protein obtained from meat 2 portions of protein obtained from dairy foods 5 portions of fruit and vegetables 1 and a half pints of fluid. There are two main functions of nutrients theses are to provide the body with material for growth and repair and to provide the body with energy. The nutrients are and help the body by :- Carbohydrates:- these are a source of energy as are fats and proteins they provide fibre that is good for maintaining children's bowels.
Foods made from milk that retain their calcium content are part of the group 2) Identify sources of essential nutrients • Carbohydrates - fruits, breads and grains, starchy vegetables and sugars • Protein – meat, fish, cheese, tofu, beans, lentils, yogurt, nuts, and seeds • Fat – omega-3-rich foods like fish, walnuts and vegetable-based oils • Vitamins –citrus fruits, strawberries and peppers • Minerals –bananas, potatoes and tomatoes. • Water – water , vegetables, fruit, meat, fish, eggs, soups 3) Explain the role of essential nutrients for health • Carbohydrate - supplies energy ,assists in the utilization of fats • Protein - helps build and repair body tissue, helps build antibodies • Fat - supplies energy, aids in the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins • Vitamins - Vitamins help to regulate chemical reactions in the body • Minerals - contains calcium and magnesium are important for bone structure, and
Vegetables have very good nutrients so when picking vegetables one should choose a variety of colors to get a variety of nutrients. Vegetables Lower blood pressure; reduced risk of heart disease, stroke, and probably some cancers; lower risk of eye and digestive problems; and a mellowing effect on blood sugar that can help keep appetite in check. Last but not least is my grain intake. My grain intake is the equivalent to 5.4 ounces and my recommended amount of grain intake is 6 ounces. I need a little more grain consumption to meet my recommended amount.
Unit 672 Promote nutrition and hydration in health and social care settings Hazel Marsh 1.1 There are main food groups which an individual must include in their diet in order for it to be balanced, they consist of; * Fruit and vegetables * Bread, rice, potatoes, pasta, and other starchy foods * Meat, fish, eggs, beans, and other non-dairy sources of protein * Milk and dairy foods * Food and drinks high in fat and/or
As well as maintaining a good relationship with the individual. 2. Encourage the individual to select suitable options for food and drink Suitable food and drink should be encouraged according to the individual’s dietary needs. For example, an individual with type 2 diabetes needs to consume enough starchy and carbohydrate rich food to keep his blood glucose levels high enough to avoid suffering hypoglycemia (When the bloody glucose level drops below 4 mmol/L). In this case, food such as Potatoes, rice and sugary foods/drinks such as jelly and lucozade will be encouraged.
Vitamins help keep the human body healthy as well as allowing it to function properly. Vitamins are considered an essential nutrient that the body needs because the body cannot produce them. Vitamins enter the body orally to be digested by the body for use. There are many types of vitamins that do certain things for the body. They also have certain solubility that helps classify them into two categories; fat-soluble and water-soluble.
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* Water – water , vegetables, fruit, meat, fish, eggs, soups 3) Explain the role of essential nutrients for health * Carbohydrate - supplies energy ,assists in the utilization of fats * Protein - helps build and repair body tissue, helps build antibodies * Fat - supplies energy, aids in the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins * Vitamins - Vitamins help to regulate chemical reactions in the body * Minerals - contains calcium and magnesium are important for bone structure, and iron is needed for our red blood cells to transport oxygen * Water - Water helps to control our body temperature, carries nutrients and waste products from our cells, and is needed for our cells to function. 4) Evaluate the impact of poor diet on health and wellbeing Poor nutrition can impair daily health and wellbeing; reduce the ability to lead an enjoyable active life and causes disease and problems such
In addition, it is vital to avoid too much cholesterol, salt, and sugars in order to maintain a healthy body (“Healthy Weight,” 2012). I start off my day by eating a nutritious breakfast. This usually consists of low-fat Greek yogurt, combined with healthy cereal low in sugar, such as Raisin Bran or Frosted Mini-Wheat, and a banana. For lunch, I like to have a salad with soup. The salad provides plenty of vegetables high in nutrients, and the soup fills up
It increases the amount of calcium absorbed from the small intestine and helps form and maintain bones. Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant, protecting vitamins A and C, red blood cells and essential fatty acids from destruction. Vitamin K plays an essential role in normal blood clotting and helps promote bone health (Anderson, 2007). Without sufficient amounts of vitamin K, hemorrhaging can occur. Since the client’s MAR states that he has Lovenox every 12 hours, he is at risk for vitamin K deficiency.