SCI241 Week 7 CheckPoint Lifespan Nutritional Needs Presentation

SCI241 Week 7 CheckPoint Lifespan Nutritional Needs Presentation

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Unformatted text preview: Different Nutrition Needs Mark Watson Overview 1. Nutritional Needs: Infants and Teenagers Adults and Pregnant Women 2. Man and Woman Nutritional Needs’ Comparison at Different Life Stages Nutrition: Infants and Teenagers Infant nutrition: Growth , development and activity Nutrient requirements: Protein, fat, carbohydrates, iron and vitamin D Teenage smart choices: Breakfast, snack, and calcium Balanced diet: Milk, vegetables, and fruits Nutrition: Adults and Pregnant Women Adults and Older Adults: Fluids and fiber, calcium, B12, and vitamin D. Older Adults: Increase fluids and antioxidant nutrients Pregnancy: Increased calorie, protein, vitamin and mineral needs Food choices: grains, fruits and vegetables Nutrition Needs of Men and Women for each stage of life Men’s nutrition Women’s nutrition Energy and protein needs: Infants­1000 cal/day, 12 g/day Teenagers­1800 cal/day, 20 g/day Adults­3200 cal/day, 52 g/day Energy and protein needs: Infants­1000 cal/day, 12 g/day Teenagers­1600 cal/day, 20 g/day Adults­2300 cal/day, 48 g/day Conclusion Lifespan Nutritional Requirement Men and Women­Different Needs References References Grosvenor, M. B., & Smolin, L. A. (2006). Nutrition: Everyday choices. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Nutrition and Well­Being A to Z. (2007) Infant Nutrition. Retrieved May 1, 2008, from http://www.faqs.org/nutrition/Hea­Irr/Infant­N ...
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