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Scurvy: Vitamin C Rickets: Vitamin D Weak teeth and bones: Vitamin D Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Q4: State the five Australian Dietary Guidelines. Guideline 1: Choose the right amount of nutritious foods and beverages. Guideline 2: Eat from the five food groups every day. Guideline 3: Limit unhealthy foods and drinks. Guideline 4: Encourage, support and promote breastfeeding. Guideline 5: Care for your food. Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Q5: Based on Guideline 1, explain how amounts of food required differ between these groups of people. Name: SITHCCC018 - Assessment Version: 2018.1 Last Reviewed: January 2018 Page|7
SITHCCC018 - Student Assessment Children and adolescents Enough nutritious food and physical activity for normal growth and development. Adults Enough nutritious food to meet your personal energy needs (but not so much that you gain too much weight). Older Australians Enough nutritious food and physical activity to keep weight and muscles strong. Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Q6: Identify the five (5) food groups from which you can get the ingredients that meet our basic nutritional needs.
Q7: List two (2) food sources for each nutrient.
Q8: Explain the differences in culinary characteristics between the following types of vegetarians.
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Q9: Which two (2) types of vegetarian might a Hindu customer be? Name: SITHCCC018 - Assessment Version: 2018.1 Last Reviewed: January 2018 Page|8
SITHCCC018 - Student Assessment 1. Vegans 2. Lacto-vegetarians Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Q10: Which meals would suit a customer who requires kosher food? Why are the other two meals unacceptable?

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