Section 9.3 Guidelines for Healthful Eating Nutrition for
Section 9.3 Guidelines for Healthful Eating Nutrition for Individual Needs Objectives Examine how diabetics, vegetarians, people with food sensitivities, and athletes can meet their nutritional needs. Slide 1 of 19 Section 9.3 Guidelines for Healthful Eating
Diets for Diabetics Diabetes is a disease with dietary requirements that can help people manage their condition. Eating tips for diabetics Eat balanced meals and snacks on a regular schedule. Monitor your carbohydrate intake. Control your weight. Get regular exercise.
Slide 2 of 19 Section 9.3 Guidelines for Healthful Eating Vegetarian Diets A person who does not eat meat is called a vegetarian. Some vegetarians, called vegans, eat no food from any animal source. Because vegetarians exclude certain foods from their
diets, they need to plan their food choices carefully Slide 3 of 19 Section 9.3 Guidelines for Healthful Eating Benefits of a Vegetarian Diet lower BMI lower risk of heart disease lower blood pressure
lower risk of type 2 diabetes Slide 4 of 19 Section 9.3 Guidelines for Healthful Eating Slide 5 of 19 Section 9.3 Guidelines for Healthful Eating
Food Sensitivities People with food sensitivities, which include food allergies and food intolerances, may require special diets. Slide 6 of 19 Section 9.3 Guidelines for Healthful Eating Food Allergies
A food allergy is a response by your immune system to the proteins in certain foods. About one percent of the population has some kind of food allergy. Slide 7 of 19 Section 9.3 Guidelines for Healthful Eating Food Intolerances
A food intolerance is an inability to digest a particular food or food additive. Food intolerances are more common than food allergies. Slide 8 of 19 Section 9.3 Guidelines for Healthful Eating Slide 9 of 19
Section 9.3 Guidelines for Healthful Eating Healthy Diets for Athletes Athletes need a well-balanced diet with the recommended amounts of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Slide 10 of 19
Section 9.3 Guidelines for Healthful Eating Calorie Intake Athletes need to consume extra calories to fuel their higher level of physical activity. Athletes must have a healthy diet because physical activity burns more calories. The more you burn the more you must take in. Slide 11 of 19
Section 9.3 Guidelines for Healthful Eating Fluid Intake During competition, athletes should drink plenty of fluids. How much water athletes need depends on the duration and intensity of the competition and weather factors. Slide 12 of 19
Section 9.3 Guidelines for Healthful Eating Carbohydrate Loading Carbohydrate loading is the practice of greatly increasing carbohydrate intake and decreasing exercise on the days immediately before a competition. For marathon runners or other endurance athletes, carbohydrate loading may help supply needed energy. Examples: Pasta, potatoes, bananas
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