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Plan A Balance Diet

SMJK CHUNG LING | SCIENCE FORM 2 PBS ASSESSMENT
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Lee Wei Peow

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A Balanced
In this presentation, you'll learn :
Importance Of Eating Nutritious Food
Ways To Practice Good Eating Habits
A Balanced Diet For Male Teenagers
Distribution Of Food To The Needy
Eating Habits Conform To Cultural Practices And Religious Belief
Importance Of Eating Nutritious Food
Weight Control
Heart Health
Blood Sugar Control
Disease Prevention
Decrease Cancer Risk
A Balanced Diet For Male Teenagers
Balanced Diet takes an important role in our daily life especially teenagers. Below are some useful information :
Examples Of Balanced Diet
A healthy balanced diet for teenagers should include:

at least five portions of a variety of fruit and vegetables every day meals based on starchy foods, such as potatoes, bread, pasta and rice (choose wholegrain varieties when possible)
some milk and dairy products (choose low-fat options where you can)
some foods that are good sources of protein, such as meat, fish, eggs, beans and lentils.

Teenagers shouldn’t fill up on too many sugary or fatty foods, such as crisps, sweets, cakes, biscuits, and sugary fizzy drinks. These foods tend to be high in calories but contain few nutrients.
Distribution Of Food To The Needy
To improve the nutritional status of needy children and adults, lots of organizations all over the world has been distributing FOC foods to the needy as part of helping them. Examples are beside here.
Ways To Practice Good Eating Habits
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Average Energy Requirements for a 14-years old boy
According to a report on 2011, the average energy requirements for boys aged 14 years old a day is:
Eating Habits Conform To Cultural Practices And Religious Belief
Reference
Eat Regular Meals

Eating three balanced meals a day should be normal. Skipping
meals results in out-of-control hunger and a tendency to
snack, oftentimes on unhealthy foods. Children can plan a light
or heavy snack if they know when the next meal will be served.
Reduce salt intake

Asian cuisine makes liberal use of salt, soya sauce, fish
sauce and fermented fish or prawn. Use them sparingly
during cooking and avoid putting them on the dinner
table. Many alternative herbs and spices, such as
tamarind, garlic, calamondin, vinegar and pepper, can
liven up flavour just as well. 
http://www.nhs.uk/livewell/goodfood/pages/healthyeating.aspx
How To Have A Balanced Diet - NHS Choices
Plan A Balance Diet
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Go for healthy snacks
Fiber-rich foods like fruits or oat cakes are better snacks than
potato chips, while carbonated and sugary drinks should be
replaced with low-fat or skimmed milk, juices and water. 
...Is made when all the cream (milkfat) is removed from the whole milk.
Meanwhile, whole milk that is half-skimmed is known as Semi-Skimmed Milk.
Advantages
Advantages
It contains less fat than whole milk, which means that many nutritionists and doctors recommend it for people who are trying to lose weight or maintain a healthy weight.
Trend
Trend
Skim milk tends to have a slightly watery flavor, which some consumers do not enjoy.
Some...
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Calculations
You may calculate how much Calories you should intake during your meals to maintain your current weight, to loose weight or to gain weight by using Daily Calorie Calculator provided by AllNutritionals.com
11,000kJ /2629kcal
kilojoules
kilocalories
If...
So...
I'm
MALE
I'm
162 cm
in height
I'm
50 kg
in weight
I'm
14 years-old
I'm a
lightly active
person
To Loose Weight By 1 kg Per Week, I Should Consume...
To Gain Weight By 1 kg Per Week, I Should Consume...
Calories :
2015.48 cal
Carbohydrates (55%) :
1108.51 cal
=
277.13 gm
Proteins (15%) :
302.32 cal
=
75.58 gm
Fats (30%) :
604.64 cal
=
67.18 gm
To Maintain My Current Weight, I Should Consume...
Calories :
915.47 cal
Carbohydrates (55%) :
503.51 cal
=
125.88 gm
Proteins (15%) :
137.32 cal
=
34.33 gm
Fats (30%) :
274.64 cal
=
30.51 gm
Calories :
3115.48 cal
Carbohydrates (55%) :
1713.51 cal
=
428.38 gm
Proteins (15%) :
467.32 cal
=
116.83 gm
Fats (30%) :
934.64 cal
=
103.84 gm
MUSLIMS
HINDUISM
BUDDHISM
Which ingredients are forbidden?
Pork, lard or any porcine substance
Gelatine from animal source which is not halal
Meat that is not slaughtered in the prescribed Islamic way
Meat coming from a lawful animal which died before slaughter
Blood (direct or indirect)
Any food or drink with alcohol in it (all intoxicant and hazardous drinks)
Any human substance or part
All carnivorous animals and birds of prey
Some non halal additives (E numbers like E120, E441, E542 etc)
Is there a link with vegetarianism?
All types of fruit and vegetable (when grown naturally and not genetically modified) are recommended to consume in Islam. Grapes, dates, figs, pomegranate, pulse and cereal are also commended. Honey and olive oil are prescribed as medicinal.

Having said all this, the Prophet said “the master of all foods is the meat” Meat is a highly nutritious diet, as doctors testify. There is no prohibition to be vegetarian in Islam, but any practicing Muslim will come across meat on many Islamic occasions when meat is provided. For example, the sacrifice of sheep and distribution to the poor at the end of Hajj (pilgrimage). It should also be noted that it is not obligatory to eat meat in Islam.
Food For The Poor
Which ingredients are forbidden?

Meat
Fish
Poultry
Eggs

Although some Hindus may occasionally eat meat, almost all avoid beef.
In addition, strict practitioners also abstain from:

Garlic
Onions
Mushrooms that
Any alcohol
Tea and coffee (obtaining caffeine)
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Food For All
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Every Friday, the organisation will lend out their helping hand to the guests at their weekly Spiritual programme.

Additionally, as nowadays more supermarkets are donating vegetables and fruits, FFA was pleased as this will reduce their expenses, thus increases its recycling initiatives.


More information, visit foodforall.org.uk
Is there a link with vegetarianism?
Most Hindus follow a balanced vegetarian diet. In the Mahabharata it explains “meat-eating has a negative influence on existence, causing ignorance and disease.” It explains, “a healthy vegetarian diet is sattvic, i.e., under the influence of goodness, able to increase purity of consciousness and longevity.”
Which ingredients are forbidden?
Meat and fish are not eaten by many people in the Theravada and Mahayana schools of Buddhism. Some believers in both Theravada and Mahayana are vegans, and some particularly from China and Vietnam do not eat onion, garlic or leek either - referring to these as the ‘five pungent spices.’

Buddha advised the monks to avoid eating ten kinds of meat for their self-respect and protection: humans, elephants, horses, dogs, snakes, lions, tigers, boars and hyenas.
Is there a link with vegetarianism?
The first Precept is often interpreted as ‘do not harm,’ and many Buddhists choose to be vegetarian as a result of this precept. One basic tenet of Buddhism is that of reincarnation and the belief that animals can be reincarnated as humans and vice versa. As a result, Buddhists do not kill animals, and many do not eat meat or fish because this is considered to be bad for their karma. Buddhism and Jainism are the main religions who give utmost importance to Ahimsa (non- violence) and so there is a relationship with vegetarian belief in Buddhism.
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Nutrition & Diet Therapy
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