What contributions do meats and milk products make to the day's fiber total? What advice about fiber would you give to someone who emphasizes meat and milk products at each meal? How would you tell him or her to change his or her diet? What foods would you tell him or her to include in his or her diet?
Why is your protein intake within a recommended range important? What are the effects of too much protein? What happens if you consistently eat too little protein?
If you chose to drink fruit juice instead of to eat whole fruit, what would happen to the fiber content of your diet? If you chose to drink purchased fruit juice instead of to eat whole fruit, what would happen to the calorie content of your diet?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 8:56 pm ad1c9bdddf
What contributions do meats and milk products make to the day's fiber total?
Meats and milk products do not have fibre content. They are deficient of fibres. Only a few meat products have very low fibre content ranging from 0.3 to 1.3 g/100 g.
What advice about fiber would you give to someone who emphasizes meat and milk products at each meal?
It usually contains the recommended amount of fibre intake of 10 gm crude fibre or 50 - 60 gm of total fibre per day. Therefore, people should not depend totally on meat and milk products. They should include cereals, pulses, fruits, and nuts in their diet.
How would you tell him or her to change his or her diet?
It would be advised to limit use of meat products to no more than one serving of one of these per week and add cereals, pulses, fruits etc in his diet.
What foods would you tell him or her to include in his or her diet?
The person should include meatless meals in his diet including skim milk, cereals, pulses, fruits, nuts etc.
|The following points should be considered:
1. Choose low-fat and reduced fat ...
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America is a fat nation in which almost 2/3rds of all Americans are overweight. This national weight problem is causing a variety of severe health problems in both adults and children. For example, four percent of adolescents now have Type II diabetes (which typically never effects youths).
Among the reasons for this problem are the decline of the family dinner, the popularity of computers/videogames, increased technology (reducing movement), increased food processing that adds sugar (sugar is the number one food additive which is now included in foods such as bread, lunchmeat, canned vegetables, and mayonnaise), and consumers eating out more. Whatever the reason, Americans are now eating 500 more calories a day now than they were back in 1984.
Several actions of marketers are contributing to this problem. First, many fast food restaurants now offer super-size portions. McDonald's original meal of a 12 ounce Coke, small fries and a hamburger provided 590 calories while their supersize Extra Value Meal of a Quarter Pounder with Cheese, supersize fries and drink is a 1,550 calories. Restaurants have found that its more profitable to make larger portions. By bundling meals, restaurants sell more and consumers feel they are getting a greater value. Second, junk food is now sold everywhere, particularly in schools. Third, food companies spend tremendous amounts on advertising, $1.54 billion annually promoting prepared, processed, and convenience foods.
Discuss some of the ethical issues brought up by this article. How about the consumer's responsibility?
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