[CT257.5] Understand how issues of public concern may affect the image and delivery of services in the sector The public may affect the image and delivery of service as the public concern may be raised through media coverage on the tv and through press correspondents. [CU1527.1] Know the principles of healthy eating for children and young people Assessment Criteria The eat well plate shows the different types of food we need to eat and in what proportions to have a well-balanced and healthy diet. Children and young people need to have a correct balance of nutrients and food for them to develop and grow properly. The right balance helps to improve their concentration, builds up their strength and gives plenty of energy. 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.
Vilsack feels by reforming and changing the school meal menu into healthier choices that it will in fact ensure a more nutritious and healthy effect on children. Tom Vilsack feels by teaching children the right things, starting with meal intake, will give them a healthy start on life. The second
As the ageing population continues to grow, the dependency ratio will continue to rise and there the ratio of workers to dependents in unbalanced. There are less people to support those that are dependent both financially, through taxes perhaps, and socially. To combat this, Governments could increase taxes so that there was more funding to support the elderly, as in pay for their residential and medical care, but this would cause disputes among taxpayers. An alternative to this would be to revoke pension and service rights or by introducing a cost, which would exclude elderly people that belonged to the proletariat. Marxist would suggest that introducing a higher tax or introducing costs for welfare support would be society’s way of extending the oppression of the proletariat, keeping them poor and preventing revolution to form a communist
Working out can help you maintain a wide range of motion and maintain good balance, flexibility and coordination, which means you can stay away from injuries even as you grow older. Aside from exercise, increasing your calcium intake also help in strengthening your bones. Eat foods that are high in calcium (such as milk, yoghurt, cheese and dark, leafy green vegetables) and take supplements that contain this important mineral. Poor Visual and Auditory
Mortality Rates As the medicinal industry becomes more advanced, life quality drastically improves. There are many causes to why mortality rates in the 1500’s were low but there are also multiple factors that helped changed the mortality rates to the way it is currently. Mortality rates of today have decreased vastly compared to the 1500's mortality rates in Europe. “A mortality rate is a measure of the frequency of occurrence of death in a defined population during a specified interval.” There are sub categories in mortality rates, such as crude, cause-specific, age-specific, infant mortality rates, and much more. During the 1500’s in Europe, one in every three or four children born died before the age of 15.
Attention Getter: Have you ever thought about what it would be like if our bodies aged but not our brains after a certain time? II. Other: Just like the rest of our bodies, our brains will change with age. III. According to the Alzheimer’s Society, Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia.
However she was affected by nurture as it was her state of bringing which defined what kind of food Jasmin ate while she was growing up, for example a healthy diet with all the right vitamins means she was affected as she was healthy. As Jasmin found herself through the years the way she determined her appearance was also affected, this is ensuring that her daily balanced diet eaten and her health checks are maintained as she continues to enjoy her life and the reflection would be seen in her skin and general outlook. Intellectual: It can be easily said that she did not inherit her ability to be smart, as she grew older she expanded her knowledge, this is all due to her socialisation, her primary and secondary socialisation was well so it affected her to do better. Her progress and achievement in school led her to university and pursing her law degree. Due to her nurture, her environment it would make no difference of her achievements.
Since your child is still learning, it is much easier for them to learn valuable eating habits while they are still young. (5)“Making healthier eating habits for your child now will benefit them in the future.” Having a balanced school lunch with fruits and vegetables will make them more used to these types of foods now and they will stay lean and fit in the future. Showing a child how to eat healthier is a great way for them to learn life style ways and can prevent many health complications due to unhealthy
“Our children are our future.” Childhood obesity will continue to influence the next few generations with knowledge of the BMI criteria associated health issues with the now called disease America could live a healthier happy life. With the information of how obesity effects children and how food has a deciding factor of weight gain one can now seek treatment for obesity and effectively use preventive care to lead a healthy life and continue to enjoy their daily activities for a brighter future. The facts tell a story that only one truly seeking to be happy and healthy will