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PDHPE Asessment Task

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Tom Nevell

on 1 May 2011

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Breakfast is often labelled as ‘the most important meal of the day’. This is because it is the first meal you in the day and it is the basis of your nutrition throughout the day. Skipping breakfast is bad for your body. Don’t eat until you are up and fully alert. 'Very little digestion occurs when you are sleeping, and the system is still very sluggish when you first wake up,' says nutritionist and author Patrick Holford. You should at least half an hour before food will mean you are less likely to experience digestive problems. Dinner
Dinner is probably the biggest meal of the day, and is imperative in getting a good night’s sleep, it is the end of the day and this food has to last throughout the whole time while you are asleep. Dinner is also the time where you get some more specific nutrients such as iron. It is recommended that you eat red meat three times a week for dinner as this is a great source of iron and helps your blood.
Snacks are very tempting foods in between meals. It is important that these are kept to a minimum and are healthy. Bad choices like biscuits, ice cream, chocolate and lollies can have a negative effect on your body. Good choices are muesli bars, fruit, vegetables and milk. Snacks are a great way to stop hunger between meals.

Lunch is often seen as a ‘dietary black hole’, this is because a lot of the time, we fill lunch with fast food and huge portions. Places like MacDonald’s, KFC and Hungry Jacks can provide a very quick, easy, cheap, fast and tasty option for lunch. However, a bad lunch such as these fast food outlets can ‘wreck your mood and bring on cravings’ says nutritionist Sarah Robbins, whereas a healthy lunch can set you up for a high-energy afternoon.
PDHPE Assesment 1
Tom Nevell
Year 9 Breakfast

8:00 am
Uncle Toby's Traditional Oats with 1/2 cup of milk

Energy: 765 kj (7.5% Daily Intake)

Fat: 6.7 g (10% Daily Intake) Lunch

1:00 pm
Ham and Cheese Sandwich and a whole tomato

Energy: 1500 kj (16% Daily Intake)

Fat: 15.5 g (24% Daily Intake)

7:00 pm
Spaghetti Bolognaise

Energy: 2520 kj (28% Daily Intake)

Fat: 16 g (22% Daily Intake) Snacks

11:00 am
2 x Uncle Toby's Crunchy Apricot Muesli Bar

Energy: 700 kj (8% Daily intake)

Fat: 4.4 g (6% Daily intake) Snack

4:00 pm
Garden Salad (Dressing)

Energy: 420 kj (5% Daily Intake)

Fat: 8g (12% Daily Intake) Dessert

8:30 pm
Fruit Salad

Energy: 525 kj (5% Daily Intake)

Fat: 0.1 g (0% Daily Intake) My athlete is a 16 year old basketball player. He is 185 cm tall and is 70 kg, this affects his energy and fat intake, as he is quite big for his age he needs more energy to get him through a basketball game. In one basketball game, which goes for approximately 1 hour, he will burn 2352 kilojoules. It is important that he keeps his body hydrated during this time, as basketball is played indoors in summer, it can get very humid and you can loose alot of sweat. He can keep his body hydrated by bringing a water bottle to the game and filling it up more at halftime. In the lead up to the game, he should eat foods with alot of energy to keep him going. URL: http://www.5min.com/Video/Important-Components-of-Lunch-and-Dinner-236976468

Important Components of Lunch and Dinner

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Healthy Lunch Makeovers

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Ideas for a 24 hour Mean Plan

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