Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Nutrients: Problem based learning Done by: Joel Tan (3I1) Doron Loh (3I1)

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Nutrients: Problem based learning Done by: Joel Tan (3I1) Doron Loh (3I1)"— Presentation transcript:

1 Nutrients: Problem based learning Done by: Joel Tan (3I1) Doron Loh (3I1)

2 Target group Students in academic EP3 such as Mediatech, Chess, EC3 etc.

3 Dietary needs (Lunch) 800 Calories 17 g of Protein g of Fat (20 g of saturated fat) 434 mg of calcium and 4 mg of Iron g of fiber g of Vitamin C and 2 mcg (67 IU) of Vitamin D

4 Stall 1 (Coffee and bread) Students are often busy and have little time to eat. Therefore, they choose their food based on the shortest queue (Stall 1).

5 The meal The meal usually comprises of 2 ham and cheese sandwiches

6 Nutritional value 398 Calories 20 g of Protein 14 g of Fat (7.4 g of saturated fat) 156 mg of calcium and 2.44 mg of Iron 1.8 g of fiber 0g of Vitamin C and 0.5 mcg ( 17IU) of Vitamin D

7 Evaluation Dietary needsValueMealValue Calories800Calories398 Protein17gProtein20g Total Fat20-32gTotal Fat14g Saturated Fat20gSaturated Fat7.4g Calcium434mgCalcium156mg Iron4gIron2.44g Fiber10-11gFiber1.8g Vitamin C12-13gVitamin C0g Vitamin D2mcg (67IU)Vitamin D0.5 mcg ( 17IU)

8 Evaluation It is clear that the meal does not satisfy the nutritional needs of the students. It only provides sufficient protein

9 Our meal We suggest that the school further stagger Recess and Lunch times to allow all or almost all the students to eat a proper meal such as the Economical rice which will definitely provide sufficient nutrition.


Download ppt "Nutrients: Problem based learning Done by: Joel Tan (3I1) Doron Loh (3I1)"

Similar presentations


Ads by Google