Eec 4731 module 8

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Eec 4731 module 8

  1. 1. Module 8: Childrens EatingFAST FOOD RESTAURANT: MCDONALD’S HEALTHY FIVE DAY MEAL PLAN
  2. 2. Popular Meal Choice 1 Kid’s Meal: Chicken Calories: Cholesterol: Protein: 10g McNuggets (4 nuggets) 460 25mg Calories Sodium: Vitamin A: With Apple Slices, from Fat: 820mg 240IU 150 French Fries (kids), and Apple Juice. Total Fat: Total Carbs: Vitamin C: 17g 67g 158mg Meal Nutritional Value: Saturated Dietary Calcium: Fat: 3g Fiber: 2g 140mg Trans Fat: Sugars: 37g Iron: 1mg 0g
  3. 3. Popular Meal Choice 2 Kid’s Meal: McDouble Calories: Cholesterol: Protein: 33g (Cheeseburger) 740 75mg Calories Sodium: Vitamin A: With Apple Slices, from Fat: 1180mg 780IU French Fries (kids), 300 and Milk (1%). Total Fat: Total Carbs: Vitamin C: 33g 78g 103mg Meal Nutritional Value: Saturated Dietary Calcium: Fat: 12g Fiber: 5g 560mg Trans Fat: Sugars: 22g Iron: 4.5mg 1.5g
  4. 4. Popular Meal Choice 3 Meal: Big Mac Calories: Cholesterol: Protein: 30g (Cheeseburger) 1150 75mg Calories Sodium: Vitamin A: With French Fries from Fat: 1390mg 360IU (medium) and Soda 430 (medium Coca-Cola) Total Fat: Total Carbs: Vitamin C: 48g 155g 10mg Meal Nutritional Value: Saturated Dietary Calcium: Fat: 13g Fiber: 8g 280mg Trans Fat: Sugars: 69g Iron: 5.5mg 1.5g
  5. 5. Healthier Choice for Meal 1 Kid’s Meal: Chicken Calories: Cholesterol: Protein: 17g McNuggets (4 nuggets) 330 35mg Calories Sodium: Vitamin A: With No French Fries, from Fat: 490mg 500IU 130 Milk (1%), and Apple Slices (2 servings) Total Fat: Total Carbs: Vitamin C: 14g 32g 192mg Meal Nutritional Value: Saturated Dietary Calcium: Fat: 3.5g Fiber: 1g 370mg Trans Fat: Sugars: 18g Iron: 0.5mg 0g
  6. 6. Healthier Choice for Meal 2 Meal: Caesar Salad with Calories: Cholesterol: Protein: 27g Grilled Chicken 190 70mg Calories Sodium: Vitamin A: With a bottle of water from Fat: 50 580mg 8050IU Meal Nutritional Value: Total Fat: 5g Total Carbs: Vitamin C: 10g 21mg Saturated Dietary Calcium: Fat: 3g Fiber: 4g 190mg Trans Fat: Sugars: 5g Iron: 2mg 0g
  7. 7. Healthier Choice for Meal 3 Meal: Grilled Chicken Calories: Cholesterol: Protein: 35g Club Sandwich (with 740 75mg No Bacon and No Mayonnaise Dressing) Calories Sodium: Vitamin A: from Fat: 920mg 380IU 170 With French Fries Total Fat: Total Carbs: Vitamin C: 19g 106g 10mg (small) and a Sweet Tea (small). Saturated Dietary Calcium: Fat: 5g Fiber: 6g 300mg Meal Nutritional Value: Trans Fat: Sugars: 44g Iron: 4mg 0g
  8. 8. Health Menu: Day 1 (Guidelines for Ages 6-12) Breakfast: Banana ( 1/2 cup), Whole Wheat Toast (1 slice), and Milk (1 cup). Lunch: Cold Dry Cereal ( 3/4 cup) with Milk (1 cup), Yogurt (8 oz.), and Fruit Juice (3/4 cup). Dinner: Salmon (2 oz.), Rice (1/2 cup), Carrots (3/4 cups), and Milk (1 cup). Snack 1: Fruit Juice ( 3/4 cup) and Cheese (1 oz.). Snack 2: Raspberries (3/4 cup) and Yogurt (4oz.).
  9. 9. Health Menu: Day 2 (Guidelines for Ages 6-12) Breakfast: Cold Dry Cereal (3/4 cup) with Milk (1 cup), and Apple Juice (1/2 cup). Lunch: Scrambled Egg (1 egg), Whole Wheat Toast (1 slice), Apples (3/4 cup), and Milk (1 cup). Dinner: Black Beans / Cooked Dry Beans (1/2 cup), Rice (1/2 cup), Corn (3/4 cup), and Milk (1 cup). Snack 1: Cornbread (1 serving) and Grape Juice (3/4 cup). Snack 2: Hazelnut Butter/Nutella™ (2 tbsp.) on Whole Wheat Toast (1 slice).
  10. 10. Health Menu: Day 3 (Guidelines for Ages 6-12) Breakfast: Blueberries (1/2 cup), Oatmeal/Hot Cooked Cereal (1/2 cup), and Milk (1 cup). Lunch: Whole Wheat Toast (1 slice) with Peanut butter (4 tbsp.) and Bananas (3/4 cup), and Milk (1 cup). Dinner: Chicken (2oz.), Pasta (1/2 cup), Butternut Squash (3/4 cup), and Milk (1 cup). Snack 1: Walnuts (1 oz.) and Apples (3/4 cup). Snack 2: Cheese (1 oz.) and Biscuit (1 serving).
  11. 11. Health Menu: Day 4 (Guidelines for Ages 6-12) Breakfast: Apples (1/2 cup), a Muffin (1 serving), and Milk (1 cup). Lunch: Grilled Cheese (made with 2 oz. of Cheese and 1 slice of Whole Wheat Bread), Carrots (3/4 cup), and Milk (1 cup). Dinner: Miso (2 oz.), Noodles (1/2 cup), Spinach (3/4 cup), and Milk (1 cup). Snack 1: Muffin (1 serving) and Orange Juice (3/4 cup). Snack 2: Almonds (1 oz.) and Tangerine (3/4 cup).
  12. 12. Health Menu: Day 5 (Guidelines for Ages 6-12) Breakfast: Strawberries (1/2 cup), Cornbread (1 serving), and Milk (1 cup). Lunch: Broccoli (3/4 cup) with Cheese (2 oz.), Biscuit (1 serving), and Milk (1 cup). Dinner: Grilled Chicken (2 oz.), Bread Roll (1 serving), Green Beans (3/4 cup), and Milk (1 cup). Snack 1: Oatmeal/Hot Cooked Cereal (1/2 cup) with Peaches (3/4 cup). Snack 2: Peas (1/4 cup) and Carrots (3/4 cup).
  13. 13. Make Eating Health Foods Fun • INVOLVE THE CHILDREN IN THE COOKING PROCESS(SAFELY AND AGE APPROPRIATE) • ALLOW CHILDREN TO HELP PLAN THE MEALS • CREATE PRETTY FOOD ART (EXAMPLE: SMILE FACES) • MODEL HEALTH FOOD HABITS (EXAMPLE: EAT WHAT YOU ARE FEEDING THE CHILDREN)
  14. 14. Resources• Textbook: Health, Safety, and Nutrition for the Young Child (7th Edition) By Lynn R. Marotz• McDonald’s Meal Builder Website: Http://www.mcdonalds.com/us/en/food.html

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