CU1527 support children and young people at meal or snack time. 1.1 Outline the nutritional requirements of a healthy diet for young children and young people Children and young people are under doing a lot of growth and development therefore they need a lot of carbohydrates to give them energy, all children are energetic so it is crucial that children have plenty. They also need a variety of minerals and vitamins to help their bodies function properly. Children also need to have fibre, they don’t need huge amounts but they do need some to keep healthy, however fibre does play a big part in their diet. Fibre keeps the digestive system flowing, decreasing constipation.
Gina confirmed the baby’s gender at the routine ultrasound check provided in the 16th week, which is a baby girl. The doctor did not give an ultrasound check after they confirmed the baby’s gender. Gina also did blood tests in each trimester, a glucose tolerance test in the 24th week, and belly measurements in each visit. Gina’s obstetrics and gynecology doctor was very nice; the doctor also can speak mandarin so she can communicate her needs and
1.1 Outline the nutritional requirements of a healthy diet for children and young people The nutritonal requirements of a healthy diet for children and young people include: vitamins, minerals and protein, mixed with fibers which dont include salt and sugar. This ensures that the childs body is getting the correct amount of healthy foods. 1.2 Describe examples of healthy meals and snacks for children and young people For healthy meals and snacks for children we could provide lots of choice. Lots
Livina Ekwes Assignment – Unit 1.1 Task 1 (assessment criteria 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3): * Food and nutrition can impact on the health and development of children. * Produce a fact sheet to promote understanding of the impact of food and nutrition on children’s health and development. 1. What is meant by healthy eating? Healthy Eating is about making food choices that will provide the body with what it needs to keep healthy.
Her fibre intake was too low in her one day diet, which is not good for her healthy. In order to improve for better healthy diet of her fibre intake she is now consuming foods that her rich in fibre such as: chicken, beans, cereals, bread, and vegetable. We can notice that she has every day in her diet fruits, which is good for her bowls movements, those products will help her in maintaining a good healthy diet and prevent for certain diseases, such as: rheumatism (in cases of low intake of calcium products), heart attack if the blood is not circulating well because the brain is not getting enough sugar to send and receive massages and the body cannot function well and cause cut off in circulation and dizziness (a lot of people who uses gym ends up collapsing because of lack of glucose in the body). Also Samantha had consumed a lot of protein which is not good for the body, it will be broken to amino-acids which later on will be
That tells you she was so hungry, she would risk going to jail to get food. To add to soup kitchens problems, they’re often unsanitary. Dirt and such could stain the walls and basically anything to be found in the building. It’s a last resort place but in reality, it’s a resort to many. Meals in soup kitchens don’t follow very good health guidelines either.
The things I did not like about the pizza is that it sits under a heat lamp all day and it is not fresh. There is never enough pizza sauce on the pizza and it taste like I’m eating just cheese and bread. The cheese on the pizza is atrocious because when you put something under a heat
Proper nutrition starts at home and parents need to learn how they can improve the quality of their children’s nutrition and instill the good habits that will ensure they have the greatest chance for a healthy, successful future. We all want our children to grow up happy and healthy, but we also have busy life-styles and find it all too easy to hit the drive-through before soccer practice or toast a pop-tart to eat on the way to school. We know our kids have access to school lunch, but we can’t always rely on that to be as healthy as we’d like it to be, and we really can’t guarantee that they will eat it. There are so many ads for junk food and fast food and sugary, chemical laden sodas out there, it can be hard to keep kids eating healthy. Children’s bodies are still growing and their brains are still developing, so it is critical that we make sure they are getting the nutrition that they need and develop healthy habits now.
In the past, it is believed, that when, mothers breast feed babies, the next food is water. But now, mothers are advised not to include water in diet of babies but breast feed them exclusively for six months. We forget that apart from water being a vehicle that has 70 per cent body weight, it also has healing properties. Also, herbal extracts, from leaves,
“More than 70 percent of obese adolescents retain their overweight and obese condition even during their adulthood” (What Are Children Munching On?). Giving children not much of a choice but to consume these foods is setting them up for failure. Repeated lunches of this sort changes diets and can cause heart disease. These diseases may occur currently, under ones nose, or even further along in ones life like a silent sneak attack of sickness. Students need to be well rested and well focused to truly succeed in schools.