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Title: 7th June 2010 Introducing BTEC H & Soc Care & Unit 11 The Impact of Diet on Health LO: To understand the way BTEC Health and Social care works and what will be expected of you over the next 3 years including GROUND RULES. To understand what constitutes


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7th June 2010 Introducing BTEC H Soc Care
Unit 11 The Impact of Diet on Health LO To
understand the way BTEC Health and Social care
works and what will be expected of you over the
next 3 years including GROUND RULES. To
understand what constitutes a balanced diet and
the current dangers related to health with people
eating unbalanced diets.
  • Starter
  • Get a pen/ pencil and some paper and your folder
    to lean on.
  • NOW Make 3 lists
  • 1 Your favourite foods 2 Healthy foods drinks
    3 Unhealthy Foods drinks

2
BTEC Health Social Care Diploma Level 2
3
Ground Rules
  • You do not enter the class room without the
    teacher.
  • You must come to lesson prepared to learn that
    means with the correct attitude (RESPECT)
    equipment.
  • YOU MUST TAKE OUT YOUR PEN and TURN YOUR CHAIR TO
    THE FRONT to listen at the start of the lesson eg
    YOU DO NOT LOG ON UNTIL the teacher gives you the
    permission to do so.
  • You are expected to try your best and complete
    all tasks.
  • Low level disruption and failure to do what you
    are asked leads to safe seating.
  • YOU ARE EXPECTED TO COMPLETE ALL HOMEWORK WHEN
    SET MEET ALL DEADLINES.

4
What foods do we need in our daily diet?
  • Watch the following clip
  • YouTube - You Are What You Eat - Jason and Jenny
    - Part 1 of 3

5
Different types of food we need
  • Vitamins and minerals What are they?
  • We find them in food like Fruit and vegetables.
    These foods are very good for us
  • Vitamins, minerals and fibre found in fruit and
    vegetables help protect the body from illnesses.
    ACTIVATION

6
Different types of food we need
  • Carbohydrates What are they?
  • We find carbohydrates in food like
  • Pasta, Potatoes, Rice, some fruit vegetables
    and bread
  • Carbohydrates give us the body fuel we need to
    work and play so they are very important for the
    body.
  • Carbohydrates fall into 2 groups Good and bad.
  • Good carbohydrates are things like brown rice,
    wholemeal bread and pasta etc/
  • Bad carbohydrates are things like white bread,
    pasta and rice.
  • You should try to have a good balance of
    carbohydrates and always a little more good than
    bad.

7
Different types of food we need
  • Protein What is it?
  • We find protein in foods like
  • Milk, Eggs, Fish, Meat, Cheese
  • Protein can help repair the body and it helps
    growth.

8
Different types of food we need
  • Dairy and fats What are they?
  • Dairy contains animal fats which we find in
    foods like butter, cheese and milk.
  • Fats can be split into Good and bad fats.
  • You can find good fats in nuts and oils such as
    olive oil.
  • Bad fats are found in chips, crisps and sausages.
  • Fats provides energy and carry some important
    vitamins. Good fats are important for the body
    in small doses, however, in the Western world we
    eat too much fat.

9
The Fat Content of Crisps
10
Sugars Salts
  • Lets be honest sugary foods can be very tasty
    indeed but they are NOT GOOD for you so we must
    keep sugary foods to a minimum otherwise you will
    become very unhealthy and perhaps overweight.

11
The following foods fit into a food pyramid but
in which order?
  • Protein (fish, meat alternatives)
  • Fats , sugars salts (sweets, crisps cakes)
  • Carbohydrates ( Bread, pasta potatoes)
  • Dairy Products (milk, butter cheese)
  • Fruits vegetables
  • Task 3
  • 1 In pairs try working out which goes with
    each food group.
  • 32 28 17 13 10
  • 2 Now design your food pyramid. (the less of a
    particular food will mean it will have much less
    space in the pyramid).
  • Please do this exercise in pencil just in case
    you get any wrong!
  • Demonstration

12
5 a Day ?
  • What does 5 a day mean?
  • Now give some examples of eating 5 a day.

13
On average a portion of fruit and veg is about
80gs.
  • 2 plums, satsumas, kiwi fruit or other similar
    sized fruit
  • 1/2 a grapefruit or avocado
  • 1 large slice of melon or fresh pineapple
  • 3 heaped tablespoons of vegetables, beans or
    pulses
  • 3 heaped tablespoons of fruit salad or stewed
    fruit
  • 1 heaped tablespoon of raisins or sultanas
  • 3 dried apricots
  • 1 cupful of grapes, cherries or berries
  • 1 dessert bowl of salad
  • 1 small glass (150ml) of pure fruit juice
  • 1 apple, banana, pear, orange or other similar
    sized fruit

14
Fibre and Water
  • Fibre and water are essential for a healthy diet
    as they both play an important part in aiding
    food to pass through your digestion system and
    thus keeping the bowels active and healthy.
    Everyone should try to drink at least 2 litres
    each day to help flush out their system.
  • Did you know?
  • There are at least 7 sugar cubes (10 teaspoons)
    in a regular sized can of fizzy drink!

15
The Big 3 Killers!
Fat (Hydrogenated oil)
Sugar (Sucrose/Glucose)
Salt (Sodium)
16
Whats bad about Fat?
  • Too much fat especially the bad saturated type
    - can raise cholesterol levels and could lead to
    heart disease. Can also lead to excess weight
    gain too. Obesity is a growing health problem
    in the UK.



17
Whats bad about sugar?
  • Too much sugar can lead to tooth decay and can
    contribute type 2 diabetes and to excess weight
    gain.



18
Whats bad about salt?
  • Too much salt can cause high blood pressure which
    can lead to stroke or heart attack.



19
Sodium or Salt?
  • Salt is made up of sodium and chloride and many
    food companies often list salt as sodium on the
    package (the harmful part). In order to work out
    the amount of salt in your food you must multiply
    the amount of sodium stated on the package by
    2.5.
  • THE GOVERNMENT RECOMMEMDS that no one should eat
    more than 6g of salt per day. Demonstration

20
The Problem
  • Many adults children in the UK eat a diet too
    high in sugar, salt and fats and low in vital
    nutrients. Children spend an average of nearly 2
    per day on snack food, 75 of their school packed
    lunches fail to meet government nutritional
    standards and 70 of them go without fruit and
    vegetables on a daily basis.
  • This poor nutrition can lead to overweight and
    obesity, which in turn can put adults health at
    risk and children at far greater risk of
    developing heart disease in later life.

21
RememberA Healthy Balanced Diet should include
  • WATER lots of it.
  • Carbohydrates 32 ( especially complex ones like
    brown rice, wholemeal bread and starchy
    vegetables)
  • Fruit and Vegetables 28 (vitamins)
  • Proteins 17 (meat, fish and pulses)
  • Dairy Fats 13 (mainly good fats olive oil and
    sunflower oil) this also includes your dairy
    products like cheese, milk, butter etc.
  • Sugars and salts 10 (a minimum of these ones
    please!)
  • Think about it- How healthy are you?
  • Homework Task
  • Over the next week you are to keep a food diary
    of everything you eat drink including snacks!

22
Plenary Quiz
  • Listen carefully you have to answer 10
    questions to answer and some have more than 1
    mark answers!
  • LO To understand the way BTEC Health and Social
    care works and what will be expected of you over
    the next 3 years including GROUND RULES. To
    understand what constitutes a balanced diet and
    the current dangers related to health with people
    eating unbalanced diets.

23
Q As Marks / 15
  • 1 What are you expected to do when you come into
    class? Pen and chair facing front eg NOT ON
    THE COMPUTER! (2)
  • 2 What is plagiarism and what is wrong with it?
    It is copying work from either another pupil, or
    source thus it is not your own work Plagiarism
    is illegal and could lose you your
    qualification. (2)
  • 3 How many Units must you complete to pass the
    Diploma in BTEC Health Social Care? 8 (1)
  • 4 What food group is the top of the food pyramid
    eg the one we should eat most of. Carbohydrates
    (1)
  • 5 Which food group provides us with vitamins
    minerals?
  • Fruit vegetables (1)
  • 6 What are the 3 biggest killers Fats, sugars
    salts (3)
  • 7 Chicken, fish and pulses ate all example of
    what? Protein (1)
  • 8 What fluid is essential maintenance of the body
    and how much daily is required? Water 2 litres
    (2)
  • 9 Which food group would cheese belong to?
    Dairy/Fats (1)
  • 10 What is the absolute maximum level of salt we
    should consume daily? 6g (1)

24
Main Task
  • Assignment 1
  • Context
  • The supervisor of your school kitchen is
    concerned about the choices children are making
    from the lunch menus. They are aware of national
    concern about the rise in obesity in children,
    and want to encourage all pupils to choose
    healthy options, not just cake and chips.
    They need a pack of materials that could be used
    in the school/college canteen to inform pupils
    about wise choices and to help inform the
    staff, to enable them to give pupils information
    and advice when choosing their lunches.
  • Learning outcomes
  • Investigate the dietary needs of individuals at
    different life stages.
  • Examine the effects of unbalanced diets on the
    health of individuals.
  • Investigate specific dietary needs of
    patients/service users.
  • Explore the principles of food safety and hygiene.

25
Assignment brief
  • Task 1 (P1, M1, D1)
  • 1 Research the components of a balanced diet at
    all life stages.
  • This should include nutrients, carbohydrates,
    proteins, fats, vitamins, fibre and water.
  • Make a wheel of life or timeline showing the
    different life stages and the components of a
    balanced diet needed at each life stage.
  • This should include diet of babies breast
    feeding, formula feeding, weaning
  • diets of children and adolescence components to
    support growth and high energy output, weight
    management diets of adults decreased energy
    levels, pregnancy, breast feeding, variation
    according to lifestyle, occupation, activity
    levels, weight management
  • 2 Prepare an A4 glossary sheet of definitions
    that could be placed by the till. You need to
    start your list with
  • intake
  • needs
  • dietary reference values
  • energy balance
  • nutrient deficiencies eg malnutrition.
  • 3 Draw a diagram/poster
  • on A3 paper explaining the balance of good
    health. This A3 sheet needs to be placed over the
    serving hatch in the canteen to enable staff to
    inform children about their choices of food at
    lunchtime.
  • 4 Prepare a set of reference cards for the
    canteen staff, explaining the components of a
    balanced diet and their food sources.
  • 4b On the reverse of each card explain how the
    components of a healthy diet can help an
    individual to maintain good health at different
    times in their life and why the components vary
    according to the life stage.
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