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1 Developed By Anju Mehta Chanderkanta BALANCED DIET

2 target group CLASS: SEVENTH AND EIGHTH

3 LEARNING OBJECTIVES After interacting with this software,the students will be able to : define balanced diet identify different food groups appreciate the importance of balanced diet select their own diet pattern

4 What is balanced diet ? Is it eating variety of foods? YES !! But it isn t the whole story nutrients It is to eat food which supply variety of nutrients

5 carbohydrateproteinfat vitaminsminerals water roughage + + + + + Balanced diet = (in correct proportions) +

6 Why is balanced diet important for health ? Balanced diet physical development Emotional development Mental development Good health

7 How to achieve a balance diet? Food pyramid To achieve a balanced diet select foods from five basic food groups of FOOD GUIDE PYRAMID Food at the bottom of the food pyramid should be eaten most often. Foods on the top should be eaten in small amounts pulses

8 Food pyramid Food at the bottom of the food pyramid should be eaten most often. Foods on the top should be eaten in small amounts pulses

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10 These food groups are :- 1. cereals 2. pulses and legumes 3. milk and meats products 4. fruits and vegetables 5. fats and sugar

11 cereals carbohydrates Vitamin B complex Best source of :

12 Pulses and legumes Good source of: protein Vitamin B complex

13 protein fat Vitamin B2 calcium phosphorus sodium magnesium Good source of: Milk and meat products

14 Fruits and Vegetables calcium iron roughage vitamin C vitamin B vitamin A Good source of:

15 Fats and sugar Good source of: Energy (Jaggery is rich source of iron) Essential fatty acids

16 Carbohydrates Carbohydrates-energy yielding component of food classified on the basis of number of sugar units Carbohydrates are the compounds containing carbon, hydrogen and oxygen di- saccharides contains two carbohydrate units e.g. sucrose, lactose. polysaccharides And more …... contains more than two carbohydrate units e.g. starch, pectin contains one carbohydrate unit e.g. glucose, fructose. galactose mono saccharides

17 carbohydrates * Main source of energy

18 * Fights infection * Helps in growth and development *provides energy * Regulates various body functions *Helps in clotting of blood *catalyse digestion *Carries different substance from blood to various tissues protein

19 *Provides energy *Cushions various vital organs *Helps in absorption of fat soluble vitamins *Constituents of various hormones *lubrication *supply essential fatty acids fat

20 Water *Regulates body temperature *Helps in removal of body waste *Solvent in many biochemical processes *Carry nutrients to the body cells *Act as lubricants in joints

21 roughage PREVENTS OBESITY PREVENTS HEART ATTACK PREVENTS BOWEL CANCER LOWERS THE BLOOD FATS PREVENTS TOOTH DECAY REGULAR INTAKE OF FIBRE KEEPS YOU HEALTHY

22 What is the right amount to take? Cereal group make the base of pyramid * the recommended daily servings are 6 to 11. One serving can be 1/2 cup rice, 1 chapati, 1 slice of bread, 1 small muffin Vegetable form half of second level of the pyramid *the recommended daily serving are 3 to 4 one serving can be 1cup raw leafy greens,3/4 cup vegetable juice,1/2 cup cooked vegetables

23 Fruits make up the other half of this level *the recommended daily serving are 2 to 3 one serving can be 3/4 cup fruit juice,1 apple,peach,orange or other fruit,a wedge of melon,1/2 cup canned fruits Milk and meat group makeup half of third level of the pyramid. *the recommended daily serving are 2 to 3 one serving can be1cup of low fat milk or yoghurt, 1 egg, 75 g of cooked meat, poultry or fish

24 Pulses and legumes forms the other half of this level *the recommended daily serving are 2 to 3 one serving can be 1 cup of cooked whole pulses or dals Fats, oils and sugar are the final group at the top of pyramid. These foods should be eaten sparingly because they are generally high in calories and salt, and provide little of nutrients.

25 Now about YOU ….. Of course, you are getting your share of cereals,milk,dals …. You sure do eat all the health foods. How you wish they were present in your pizza, coke and potato chips, are they?

26 ACKOWLEDGEMENT foods and nutrition by I.C.M.R. Mr. V.K. Sodhi,Senior Lecturer,S.C.E.R.T. Internet sites: www.Indiadiets.com www.foodandfacts.com www.Sanjeevkapoor.com


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