Does the menu selected provide adequate amounts of protein, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals?

Does the menu selected provide adequate amounts of protein, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals?

Does the menu selected provide adequate amounts of protein, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals? 150 150 Peter

REQUIREMENTS

Introduction

Introduction includes the:

· Purpose of the presentation

· Age group

· Cultural focus

Current Menu Analysis

Analyze menus based on the following criteria & Provide rationales for your analysis.

Identify:

· Healthy/unhealthy menu selections

· Appropriate for nutritional requirements of age group

· Influence of cultural and regional food practices

Consider:

· Does the menu selected provide adequate amounts of protein, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals?

· Over the course of a Lunch menu (Group Cronometer Report), are individuals provided with a balanced diet?

· Does this diet allow for differences in dietary patterns related to the culture or age group selected?

Create Sample Menu

Create a replacement menu providing healthier choices for each menu analyzed including the following:

· Age considerations

· Potential health concerns

· Cultural influences

· Regional patterns

· Nutritional components of your food choices

· Include two references that support your choices on the slides.

Compare Menus 

· Compare original menus with the corresponding replacement and explain how the replacement menu offers better nutritional options while still reflecting specific cultural choices.

· Provide New Cronometer Nutrient Report for new replacement menu to compare menus

· Include two references that support your choices on the slides.