Unit 4: Tutorial Exercise
A 190 lbs male who is 57 and has a BMI of 29.9 and percent body fat of 26%. He set a
goal of a 26 BMI.
(a) Calculate his desirable weight in lbs.
(b) Calculate the goal body fat percentage.
Unit 2: Tutorial exercise
1) Draw the suggested food pyramid; specify the nutrients provided by the food groups in different
level of the pyramid.
2) Draw your own food pyramid base on your daily intake of different food groups.
3) Name THREE nutrient def
Unit 1: Tutorial exercise
1) Describe fats, proteins and carbohydrates and their functions
2) Name the best type of fat, protein and carbohydrates and their source
3) Identify the recommended dietary intake of fat, protein and carbohydrates.
4) Suggest th
Body composition and
What Is Body Composition?
The ratio of fat tissue to lean body mass
(muscle, bone, and organs)
Usually expressed as percent body fat
Important for measuring health ri
Healthy Dietary Guidelines
Good food, bad food approach
foods as good or bad
Promotes dichotomous thinking.
Dichotomous thinkers make judgments in
terms of either/or, black/white, all/ none,
Unit 2: Food Pyramid and
1.Rice, pasta, cereals and
of starch and energy for our body
E.g. plain rice, brown rice, red rice, noodle
Chose the low f
CGE13204 Food and Health
The course aims to develop students understanding of the key elements in human
nutrition and their impact on health and lives. It provides them with a better
understanding of the relationship between nutrients and hea
Unit 3: Basal metabolism
and Energy balance
The Concept of Energy Balance
What Is Energy Balance
and Why Is It Important?
Energy balance is achieved when the kilocalories
consumed equal the kilocalories expended
Health problems a
Unit 3: Tutorial Exercise
Alexander weighs 150 lbs and is moderately active student (He goes to gym 4
(a) Calculate his total energy expenditure (TEE) by considering his basal
metabolic rate, physical activity and energy used for digestion