Insoluble non-starch polysaccharides includes: wheat, corn, rice. Vegetables and pulses. Soluble non-starch polysaccharides includes: apples, citrus fruits and oats. Non starch polysaccharides an important component of a healthy balanced diet obtained from vegetables and cereals. Sugars: sugars occur naturally in food, such as milk fruit or can be added as well if you wish.
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
Outcome1 1) Define the main food groups * Fruits - The fruit food group encompasses a wide range of fresh fruits and fruit products, including dried, frozen and canned fruit, and 100 percent fruit juice. * Vegetables - Any vegetable or 100% vegetable juice counts as a member of the Vegetable Group. Vegetables may be raw or cooked; fresh, frozen, canned, or dried/dehydrated; and may be whole, cut-up, or mashed. * Grains - Any food made from wheat, rice, oats, cornmeal, barley or another cereal grain is a grain product. Bread, pasta, oatmeal, breakfast cereals, tortillas, and grits are examples of grain products.
Fluids are balanced in blood and tissue. Food sources; bananas, sweet potato, avocado, and prune, tomato, orange juice. Milk, yogurt, dry beans, fish, beef, pork, and nuts. • Zinc; is need for development and growth. It helps keep the immune system, is important in healing wounds and helps with other nutrients in the body.
Vitamins A, D, E, and K are fat soluble. (Young & Anderson, 2008) Vitamin A plays an important role in many bodily functions such as bone growth, cell division, reproduction, vision, and gene expression. The eyes and skin, as well as mucus membranes in the nose, mouth throat and lungs also require vitamin A for moisture. Good sources of vitamin A include dairy products, liver, and fish. Beta carotene, which is found in fruits and vegetables, can be converted by the body into vitamin A.
Unit 4222-672 Promote nutrition and hydration in health and social acre setting Outcome 1 Understand what makes up a balanced diet 1) Define the main food groups • Fruit • Vegetables • Meat or pulses • Cereals • Dairy • Fats • Sugar 2) Identify the sources of essential nutrients • Carbohydrates can be found in foods such as fruit, vegetables, whole wheat products, potatoes, rice, cereals, pasta, bread etc • Proteins can be supplied through meats, poultry, fish, dairy products, pulses, Soya bean etc • Fats can be founding substances such as olive oil, nuts, lean meat and fish etc • Vitamins (A, B, C, D, E and K) can be found in fruit, vegetables, and dairy products. •
Whole cottonseed adds high energy, protein, and fiber, while wheat millrun provides high energy. The steam rolled, ground corn is a high-energy feedstuff that is more easily digestible due to its processing, which also serves to stimulate ruminal microbial protein synthesis. Peas are a source of high crude protein, soybean meal provides high protein quality with high undegradable intake protein. Animal fat increases the energy in the diet, limestone as a source of calcium, and salt to provide sodium and chloride. Sodium bicarbonate is a buffer to avoid digestive upsets by keeping the ruminal pH at an optimal level.
1. n 2. n 3. y 4.y 5.y 6.y 7.n 8. y 9.n 10.y 11.y 12y 13.y 14.n 15.y 16.y 17.n 18.y 19.y Total number of “yes” answers _____13_(marginal)____ CHART 2: Dietary habits rating scale| Score|Rating| 18-19|Very good| 15-17|Good| 13-14|Marginal| 12 or less|Poor| List foods consumed, amount (cups, tsp, etc) calories, food servings (bread/cereal, fruit/vey, milk/meat and fat/sweet) and the Estimated meal calorie %( protein, fat, complex carbohydrates, & simple carbohydrates- should total 100%) Total each category per meal and then give yourself a daily total. Refer to page 341 & 342. Day 1 Breakfast: Cup of fruit 53 calories 2 cups of water Eggs 71 calories Sausage 90 calories Lunch: 2 cups of water Turkey / ham wrap 294 calories Cup of fruit 53 calories Cup of salad w/ tbsp. ranch 37 calories Slice of bread 69 calories Dinner: 2 cups of water Baked chicken (thigh) 141 calories Cup of fruit 53 calories Cup of salad with light ranch 37 calories Slice of bread 69 calories Snack: no snacks Daily total: 967
Sugar Is soluble in water. Glucose and fructose are the sugar, Starch Is Insoluble in water and mostly found In rice, wheat and potato. Excess carbohydrate In the body Is stored In the liver In the form of glycogen. Cellulose maintains healthy digestive system. Fats- The fats are the compounds of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.
Example; dark leafy greens, avocado, bread, pasta and breakfast cereal, Milk, cheese, yogurt, soybeans, firm tofu, liver, meat, poultry, fish and seafood. Water is an important nutrient that is needed in the body (75%) seventy five percent of the body’s weight is due to water, which is essential to the many function it perform in the body, water regulate the body temperature, lubricates joints, moistens tissues such as those in the mouth, eyes and nose, protects the body organs and tissues; help dissolve minerals and other nutrients to make them accessible to the body. Water help lessens the burden on the kidneys and liver by flushing out waste products, it also carries nutrients and other oxygen to the cells.