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
BTEC LEVEL 3 EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE Unit 21: Nutrition P1 - Concepts Food enables your body to work functionally, grow and repair itself. Its main duty is to nourish and maintain the health of one both mentally and physically. The type of food eaten can affect the efficiency of these processes. It can be consumed in any form, a solid or liquid substance and can be taken into the body via the mouth, by tube or intravenously. Diet consists of the types of food eaten regularly and consumed by a person and the dietary habits of that individual.
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
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.
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. •
This tells you what percentage of the calories you consumed came from each of the energy-yielding nutrients (protein, carbohydrate, fat) as well as the non-nutrient, alcohol. You will find this information on your profile page. 1.The US Dietary Goals are: Calories from protein: 12-20% Calories from carbohydrate: 45-65% Calories from total fat: 20-35% My Average intake was: Calories from protein: 12% Calories from carbohydrate: 39.8% Calories from total fat: 48.2% B. Discuss how your average daily intake of protein,
Macro nutrients are the structural, energy providing parts of food they are required in small amounts by the body. Macro nutrients include carbohydrates, lipids and proteins. Micro nutrients include trace elements, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytochemicals. Micro nutrients are only required in small amounts in the body but, they are essential for metabolic processes like breaking down carbohydrates within the body. The quality and quantity of the nutrients in food can differ greatly and is dependent on the types of food a person eats and also the quality of the food.
http://www.divavillage.com/article_archive.php?id=33324§ion_name=§ion_id= Current Health Paper- “Nutrition tip: Stressed? Diet changes can help” In this article, by Anita Marlay, it teaches about the link between our diets and stress. These are both things that we have talked about in class before about these topics. First Marlay describes different foods that are great stress minimizers. Most of the foods listed are the healthy aliments that are found on the food plate.