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Why We Eat? Campbells Hierarchy of Eating Needs!
Our Human Needs
How Does This Work?
Our Food Needs - Why Do We Eat? Campbell Hierarchy of Food Needs
1. Physical Needs
Physical Needs Basic Nutrients Calories - Energy for our bodies Maintaining daily body mass *** Most Basic Reason to Eat
2. Sensory Needs 1. Physical Needs 2. Sensory Needs
Sensory Needs Our 5 Senses: (Taste) Flavor (Eyes) Color (Touch) Texture (Smell) Aromas (Hearing) Sounds in the kitchen Ie. Smell of McDonalds
3. Social/Cultural Needs 1. Physical Needs 2. Sensory Needs 3. Social/Cultural Needs
Social/Cultural Needs Parties Holidays (ie. Thanksgiving Turkey) Coffee Breaks/Socials Team Meals Religious Gatherings (ie. Ramadan) Potlucks
4. Emotional Needs 1. Physical Needs 2. Sensory Needs 3. Social/Cultural Needs 4. Emotional Needs
Emotional Needs Security Comfort (Ie. Ice cream because we are sad) Boredom (Ie. Chips on the couch) Satisfaction
5. Food Symbolism 1. Physical Needs 2. Sensory Needs 3. Social/Cultural Needs 4. Emotional Needs 5. Food Symbolism
Food Symbolism Prestige Status (Ie. Lobster/steak dinner) Affection (Ie. Chocolate on V-Day) Comfort Sympathy
S.C.R.E.E.N. S - Social C - Cultural R - Religious E - Environmental E - Emotional N - Nutritional
Your Assignment UNIT 2: S.C.R.E.E.N. Assignment:
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Food Habits A Lifestyle Choice. Nutrition Understanding how the basic components of food (nutrients) work to nourish our bodies and sustain our health.
OFS Class. 1. Unique Foods Unique Foods 1. Taking responsibility for your own health is part of practicing?
Chapter 6 Part 2 Culture and Geography Emotions and Psychology Beliefs Health Concerns Appearance Taste and Odor.
Food Sensory How do you feel about the foods you eat?
Physical Health and Fitness. The Importance of Nutrition Why you need nutritious foods. Foods you eat are more likely to help you look your best and perform.
Sensory Evaluation of Food Chpt. 6 summary. Assignments Food Senses Lab PowerPoint Notes Vocabulary Word Search.
Food Choices/Culture BEFORE THE BELL 1. Get out a piece of paper.
The Food Pyramid Food in Your life. The Food Guide Pyramid.
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Nutrition for Health CHAPTER 10. BELLRINGER: How can the foods you choose affect your health? What food did you eat most recently and why did you choose.
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The Importance of Nutrition (1:38) Click here to launch video Click here to download print activity.
Science is Fun!. Unit 1 Me! Recognize the parts of the body.
Why did you chose that food? Health BenefitsTaste/LooksConvenience.
Yolanda Casas Kindergarten The sense of Sight Take one minute to look at these pictures. Cover your eyes. Try to name them.
Sensory Evaluation of Food Chpt. 6 summary. Objectives/Terms Describe sensory characteristics that affect food preferences Terms: Flavor, Garnish, Monosodium.
Eat Well – Live Healthy!. How much sodium do I need every day? The CDC recommends we not take in more than 1 teaspoon of salt each day.
Nutrition. Why Nutrition Matters? During your teen years, choosing the right foods in the right amounts will give your body the nutrients it needs for.
Objective: I can recognize influences on your food choices I can build positive self esteem and body image I can recognize eating disorders and problem.
Our senses We can use our eyes to see things Our senses We use our ears to hear.
Christa Richards Kennesaw State University. Georgia Performance Standards Kindergarten: Physical Science SKP1. Students will describe objects in terms.
Understanding Food Food Selection and Evaluation.
Influence on Food Choices. Activity You will be given a worksheet “Rating Influences on Food Choices” I will put on the screen different factors and you.
Making Healthy Food Choices Chapter 9. Why do you Eat? Boredom Boredom Stressed Stressed Out with Friends Out with Friends Watching TV Watching TV Sad.
Food Choices and Sensory Characteristics Chapter 1.
Characteristics of a Nutritious Diet. Objectives At the end of this lecture you will be able to: 1. Identify characteristics of a nutritious diet. 2.
Sensory Evaluation The human analysis of the taste, smell, sound, feel and appearance of food.
THE SENSES. SIGHT it's used to see The organ is the eyes It let us know the colors, sizes, shapes and distances Exposing the eyes to the right light Eating.
A can of soda contains 150 calories. How many calories would a person save by replacing two sodas a day with 2 bottles of water. (water has 0 calories)
MVP The key to eating healthy and eating right!. MVP “M” is for Moderation “V” is for Variety “P” is for Proportion.
OUR HUNGRY PLANET What we eat and why we eat it. Why We Eat what we eat Resources Psychological Physiological/ Biological Social Traditions Religion Cultural.
Defining Nutrition Nutrition is the science that investigates the relationship between the bodies physiological functioning and the essential elements/
INTRO TO NUTRITION AND PORTION SIZE. INTRO TO NUTRITION AND PORTION SIZES Target: I will be able to describe the ideal portion sizes Pg. 57 Why Do We.
How Do Our Senses Affect Food Choice?. Sensory Evaluation Evaluating foods using each of our five senses:
Science Foundation The Human Body. We have talked a lot about nature and how nature is science. Did you know that our bodies are science too?
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4.01 C Individual Food Choices and Influences 1. 2 How do we use food? S sss Nutrition to maintain the functions of the body. Enjoyment to satisfy the.
Nutrition. Introduction What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word “nutrition”? Does this differ when you hear the word “food”?
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