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1 Biology Nutrients PBL Lim Yuan Wei 3S308 Neo Ren Kai Edward 3S312

2 Agenda Objective –Target Audience –Target store Analysis of dietary needs Analysis of nutritional values of meals Proposed meal –Ingredients –Nutritional Values –Comparison

3 Objective Target Audience –Athletes, sportsmen from Hwa Chong Institution –Aged 13 – 16 Target store –Hwa Chong Canteen’s Noodle store

4 Analysis of dietary needs Athletes –Require lots of energy From fats and carbohydrates Teenagers –At critical growth stage Require proteins, vitamins Also require calcium and other minerals

5 Analysis of nutritional values of meals Food name Serving size/g Energy/ kcal Protein/gFat/g Carbohydrates /g Beehoon, fish slice, soup Lor mee Noodles, fish ball, dry Noodles, fish ball, soup Noodles, mushroom and minced pork, dry Noodles, mushroom and minced pork, soup Noodles, prawn, dry Noodles, prawn, soup

6 Analysis of nutritional value of meals Food nameAnalysis Beehoon, fish slice, soup too low on fats and too high on protein. 26% protein, 20% fats, 54% carbohydrates athletes may not have enough energy for exercise as fats are needed for long duration exercise and to excess stored carbohydrates (glycogen) Lor meehas about just nice the amount of fats and carbohydrates. However, it is a little high on protein. (1%) 16% protein, 26% fats, 56% carbohydrates amount is negligible, and with some adjustments to this noodles, this meal would be a good choice.

7 Analysis of nutrional value of meals Food nameAnalysis Noodles, fish ball, dry too low on fats and too high on protein. 20% protein, 20% fats, 60% carbohydrates athletes may not have enough energy for exercise as fats are needed for long duration exercise and to excess stored carbohydrates (glycogen) Noodles, fish ball, soup too low on fats and too high on carbohydrates. 11% protein, 7% fats, 71% carbohydrates athletes who eat this noodle will not have energy to last for very long as carbohydrates burn relatively a lot faster than fats.

8 Analysis of nutritional value of meals Food nameAnalysis Noodles, mushroom and minced pork, dry too low on carbohydrates and too high on fats. 19% protein, 28% fats, 53% carbohydrates High amount of fats may affect athletes performance as there is an optimum level of fats that does not affect the health of people. fats burn slowly, athletes who eat this cannot do high intensity exercise. Noodles, mushroom and minced pork, soup high on protein and low on carbohydrates. 11% protein, 41% fats, 45% carbohydrates Though protein can be used to replace carbohydrates if the dietary lacks carbohydrate, it is not ideal as an energy fuel. Proteins are mainly used to repair muscles and tissues during exercise.

9 Analysis of nutritional value of meals Food nameAnalysis Noodles, prawn, dry slightly high on protein and low on carbohydrates. 18% protein, 25% fats, 57% carbohydrates Though protein can be used to replace carbohydrates if the dietary lacks carbohydrate, it is not ideal as an energy fuel. Proteins are mainly used to repair muscles and tissues during exercise. Noodles, prawn, soup too low on fats and too high on protein. 26% protein, 6% fats, 68% carbohydrates As such, athletes may not have enough energy for exercise as fats are needed for long duration exercise and to excess stored carbohydrates (glycogen).

10 Proposed Meal Ipoh Hor Fun, containing: –150g of Hor Fun –10g of Beansprouts – 6-8 strips of chicken – 2 Stalks of vegetable – 3 Mushroom – Gravy

11 Proposed Meal Nutritional Values Food Name Serving Weight (g) Energy (kcal) Protein (g) Fats (g) Carbohydrates (g) Ipoh Hor Fun

12 Proposed Meal Comparison –Fits the recommended nutritional intake for teenage athletes better than other dishes –Cheaper in cost –Might be harder to prepare

13 References on.htmlhttp://www.fuelthemind.com/health/nutrition/sports_nutriti on.html bohydrates.htmhttp://sportsmedicine.about.com/od/sportsnutrition/a/Car bohydrates.htm htmhttp://sportsmedicine.about.com/od/sportsnutrition/a/Fat. htm ein.htmhttp://sportsmedicine.about.com/od/sportsnutrition/a/Prot ein.htm

14 Thank you Questions?


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