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Unformatted text preview: Nutritional Needs
Men vs. Women Infants Diets consist mainly of Breast Milk or Formula Dry/Infant cereal Vegetables Fruit Juice (9-12 months) Meats (9-12 months) Teenagers
BOYS: GIRLS: 2200-3200 Calories/Day 10-30%Proteins 45-65% Carbs 25% Fats 1300mg of Calcium 38 Grams of Fiber No more than 1500mg of Sodium 1800-2400 Calories/Day 10-30% Proteins 45-65% Carbs 1300 milligrams of calcium 26 Grams of Fiber No more than 1500mg of Sodium Adults MEN: 3000 Calories/day 700-800mg of Calcium/day 8mg of iron/day 65g of Protein/day 38g of fiber/day WOMEN 2400 Calories/day 1,000mg of Calcium/day 18mg Iron/day 52g of Protein/day 25g of fiber/day Women During Pregnancy 300 more calories/day 9 ounces of grains 4 ounces of this should be in whole grains 3 cups of Vegetables 2 cups of fruits 3 cups of Milk 6-7 ounces of meats and beans Older Adults Men 2300 Calories/day 800mg of Calcium/day 8mg of iron 60g of protein per day 30 grams of fiber/day Women 1900 Calories/day 1200mg of Calcium/day 6-8mg of iron/day 47g of protein/day 21g of fiber/day References Mayo Clinic. (2011). Teen Help. Retrieved from http://www.teenhelp.com/teen-health/teen-nutrition.html Grosvenor, M. B., & Smolin, L. A. (2006). Nutrition Everyday Choices. Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Tsang, G. (2007). Health Castle. FDA. Retrieved from http://www.healthcastle.com/nutrition_men_women.shtml USDA. (2011). My Pyramid . Retrieved from http://www.mypyramid.gov/mypyramidmoms/index.html ...
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