Calcium 1st Year Home Economics

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Ceist 1:Outline 10 sources of calcium.

Ceist 2. Discuss the deficiencies associated with a diet lacking in Calcium.

Ceist 3. State the RDA of Calcium.

Ceist 4. Design a balanced dinner for a growing teenager who needs to increase their intake of Calcium.

5 thoughts on “Calcium 1st Year Home Economics

  1. Ceist 1. Cheese,milk,yogurt,green leafy vegetables,tinned fish,sardines,Fortified soymilk (Not all soymilk is a good source of calcium, so it’s best to check the label,,soybeans,Fortified cereals such as Total, Raisin Bran, Corn Flakes (They have a lot of calcium in one serving, Fortified orange juice.
    Ceist 2. Rickets,Osteoporosis,Osteomalacia.
    Ceist 3.
    Table 1: Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs) for Calcium [1]
    Age Male Female Pregnant Lactating
    0–6 months* 200 mg 200 mg
    7–12 months* 260 mg 260 mg
    1–3 years 700 mg 700 mg
    4–8 years 1,000 mg 1,000 mg
    9–13 years 1,300 mg 1,300 mg
    14–18 years 1,300 mg 1,300 mg 1,300 mg 1,300 mg
    19–50 years 1,000 mg 1,000 mg 1,000 mg 1,000 mg
    51–70 years 1,000 mg 1,200 mg
    71+ years 1,200 mg 1,200 mg
    * Adequate Intake (AI)

    Ceist 4.
    Menu
    ***
    Starter.
    Goats cheese with a side of salad.
    ***
    Main Course.
    Creamy spinach and bacon pasta.
    ***
    Desert.
    Apricot and Custard Ice-cream.

  2. Ceist 1:down below are some sources witch contain calcium
    * dark leafy greens are very high in calcium e.g watercress,curly kale and dandelion greens
    *low fat cheese is also very hing in calcium e.g mozzarella nonfat and cottage cheese
    *low fat milk and yogurt have lots of calcium in theme e.g nonfat milk and nonfat yogurt
    *fortified soy products e.g tofu
    *fish canned e.g sardines
    *fortified orange juice
    * some fruit have some calcium in it e.g dried figs
    *soybeans
    *raisin brain
    *corn flakes

    Ceist 2: rickets ,osteomalacia and osteoporosis
    Ceist 3:
    Table 1: Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs) for Calcium [1]
    Age Male Female Pregnant Lactating
    0–6 months* 200 mg 200 mg
    7–12 months* 260 mg 260 mg
    1–3 years 700 mg 700 mg
    4–8 years 1,000 mg 1,000 mg
    9–13 years 1,300 mg 1,300 mg
    14–18 years 1,300 mg 1,300 mg 1,300 mg 1,300 mg
    19–50 years 1,000 mg 1,000 mg 1,000 mg 1,000 mg
    51–70 years 1,000 mg 1,200 mg
    71+ years 1,200 mg 1,200 mg

    Cesit 4: ***** menu*****
    Starter: salad starter with kale,garlic,arugula,broccoli, and mustard greens
    Main course:dolphin potatoes cooked in a cream withe sauce and garlic
    Desert: cheese board

  3. Q1

    1. Cheese

    2. Yogurt

    3. Milk

    4. Sardines

    5. Dark leafy greens like spinach, kale, turnips, and collard greens

    6. Fortified cereals such as Total, Raisin Bran, Corn Flakes (They have a lot of calcium in one serving.)

    7. Fortified orange juice

    8. Soybeans

    9. Fortified soymilk (Not all soymilk is a good source of calcium, so it’s best to check the label.)

    10. Enriched breads, grains, and waffles
    Q2 rickets,osteoporosis,osteomalacia
    Q3
    0–6 months👶200 mg 200 mg
    7–12 months👦* 260 mg 260 mg
    1–3 years 👧700 mg 700 mg
    4–8 years👦 1,000 mg 1,000 mg
    9–13 years👱 1,300 mg 1,300 mg
    14–18 years👩 1,300 mg 1,300 mg 1,300 mg 1,300 mg
    19–50 years👨 1,000 mg 1,000 mg 1,000 mg 1,000 mg
    51–70 years 👵1,000 mg 1,200 mg
    71+ years👴 1,200 mg 1,200 mg
    Q4
    Starter-cheese board🍱
    Main course-creamy spinach and bacon pasta 🍲
    Desert-a strawberry cheese cake🍓🍰

  4. Q1

    1. Cheese

    2. Yogurt

    3. Milk

    4. Sardines

    5. Dark leafy greens like spinach, kale, turnips, and collard greens

    6. Fortified cereals such as Total, Raisin Bran, Corn Flakes (They have a lot of calcium in one serving.)

    7. Fortified orange juice

    8. Soybeans

    9. Fortified soymilk (Not all soymilk is a good source of calcium, so it’s best to check the label.)

    10. Enriched breads, grains, and waffles
    Q2 rickets,osteoporosis,osteomalacia
    Q3
    0–6 months👶200 mg 200 mg
    7–12 months👦* 260 mg 260 mg
    1–3 years 👧700 mg 700 mg
    4–8 years👦 1,000 mg 1,000 mg
    9–13 years👱 1,300 mg 1,300 mg
    14–18 years👩 1,300 mg 1,300 mg 1,300 mg 1,300 mg
    19–50 years👨 1,000 mg 1,000 mg 1,000 mg 1,000 mg
    51–70 years 👵1,000 mg 1,200 mg
    71+ years👴 1,200 mg 1,200 mg
    Q4
    Starter-cheese board🍱
    Main course-creamy spinach and bacon pasta 🍲
    Desert- Crunchy Apple custard 🍏

  5. Q.1
    1. Cheese
    2. yoghurt
    3. Fortified cereals such as Total, Raisin Bran, Corn Flakes (They have a lot of calcium in one serving.)
    4. Fortified orange juice
    5. Soybeans
    6. Soy milk
    7.sardine
    8.orange juice
    9.corn flakes
    10.waffles

    Q.2
    osteomalacia,Osteoporosis, rickets.

    Q.3
    0–6 months200 mg 200 mg
    7–12 months* 260 mg 260 mg
    1–3 years 700 mg 700 mg
    4–8 years 1,000 mg 1,000 mg
    9–13 years 1,300 mg 1,300 mg
    14–18 years 1,300 mg 1,300 mg 1,300 mg 1,300 mg
    19–50 years 1,000 mg 1,000 mg 1,000 mg 1,000 mg
    51–70 years 1,000 mg 1,200 mg
    71+ years 1,200 mg 1,200 mg

    Q.4
    ★MENU★
    Starter:glass of milk and salad with bacon, tomato and lettuce (wraps and cheese are optional)
    Main course:jug of ice water and sliced lemons,pizza and cheesy garlic bread
    dessert:strawberry cheese cake with a side of yogurt

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