The recommended daily intake of fat for a boy aged between 11 and 14 is 86g, including 27g of saturated fat. Girls of the same age have a daily recommended total of 72g of fat, including 23g of saturated fat. For children aged seven to 10, the recommended fat intake in 76.6g a day for boys, and 67.7g a day for girls.
Chart for 12 year child
He should take generated ceareal in morningand one glass milk
And in after noon he should take one type of pulserotione vegetable
And in evening one glass juice
And in night but light food likekhichdi... .
A balanced diet consists of carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins and minerals and also meets the daily caloric needs of the body. This means that 50% of your calorie needs should be derived from carbohydrates, 20% from protein and 30% from fats. Children should be provided daily with a diet consisting of all the above mentioned nutrients. This chart indicates what percentage each food group you should be providing to the children.
Balanced Diet Chart for Children
Table 1 - Nutrition Needs for Children
Read Table 1 below carefully and know what nutrients you should be providing your children. Get details:
Cereals and grains, etc.
Vitamins and Minerals
Various fruits and vegetables
Fish, meat and eggs
Fat and Sugar
Fatty foods, sugary sweets, etc.
Table 2 - Food Examples for Children
Table 2 displays some food examples with appropriate serving size and amount of serving per day. Parents can choose one food or two with smaller potion from each food category for their children.
1/2 -1 cup
1/2 -1 cup
1/2 -1 roll
Age 2-5 years, 4 servings
For school children, 5-9 serving
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A Healthy Diet for a 12-Year-Old
It may be a challenge to get your 12-year-old to eat healthy, but proper nutrition is essential for growth and development and peak performance in school. A healthy diet is about balance and variety. Instead of focusing on taking away unhealthy foods from your child, find nutritious foods that you child enjoys.
The USDA recommends 1,800 calories per day for an inactive 12-year-old male and 1,600 per day for an inactive female. Physical activity will increase calorie needs. However, it is not recommended that a 12-year-old count every calorie consumed. At this age, the focus should be on making calories count by choosing nutrient dense foods. Foods such as fruits and vegetables are nutrient dense because they provide a lot of nutrition for very few calories.
Fruits and VegetablesThe recommended amount of fruits and veggies for an active 12-year-old consuming 2,000 calories per day is 2 cups of fruit and 2 1/2 cups of veggies. These numbers can be overwhelming. A simpler way to achieve this goal is to fill half of every plate with fruits and veggies. If your child is a picky eater, add veggies into his favorite foods and serve fruit with fat-free pudding or yogurt as dessertMake at least half of your child's grain products whole grains. Whole grains are a good source of fiber and important vitamins and minerals. Instead of white bread, use wheat bread. Choose brown rice instead of white and look for cereals that have a whole grain listed as the first ingredient. The USDA recommends a total of 6 ounces of grain products per day on a 2,000-calorie diet.Dairy products
Dairy products are an important source of calcium and protein and your 12-year-old should be consuming 3 cups per day. Low-fat versions have the same amount of calcium as the full-fat versions without the excess calories and saturated fat. Use non-fat or 1 percent milk and low-fat yogurt and cheeses.Lean ProteinsA 12-year-old should consume 5 1/2 ounces of protein foods per day. Lean beef, pork, poultry, fish, beans, nuts, dried peas and seeds are examples of healthy protein sources. Offer seafood twice per week to provide heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids.
Foods that are high in added fats and sugars contain a lot of empty calories, meaning calories without nutrition. Limit these foods in your child's diet. Serve beverages such as milk, water or 100 percent fruit juice instead of sugar-sweetened beverages. Limit processed and fast foods that contain excess sodium. Foods that are high in sugar and fat should be a treat rather than a dietary staple.
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fruit mainly banana and apples
vegetables all types
butter or ghee
lots of water
Diet chart should always be balanced.
Explanation:Diet chart Breakfast - Almond and milk/ Bread and butter Lunch - Rice ,any pulses with salad /Chapatti and any vegetable with curd (optional). Snack -Milk and cereal . Dinner - Chappati and any vegetable with salad. This may help to balance your diet by having this. It is balanced because its get digested easily which helps to maintain our diet. Hope it helps. please follow me.
7am - glass of milk and a fruit
9pm- ice cream or a fruit like watermelon
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