Menus for Special Dietary Requirements

Menus for Special Dietary Requirements

Q1:   What dietary trend or regime did you base your research on?

The dietary trends the research is based is on clean and rich food. Nowadays, people avoid processed foods, sugar, artificial additives, oil and fried food etc. for maintaining healthy living.

The healthy living is maintained by the people by following healthy diet chart and eating whole grains, protein, fruits, vegetables as well as organic foods. At the same time, it has identified that diabetes and obesity disease are enforcing people to control their dietary requirements and follow proper diet plans (Tilman and Clark, 2014).

In addition, people with obese and diabetes requires sufficient amount of fibres by controlling the sugar intake. On the other hand, cultural requirements also play an important role in following the dietary trends.

Moreover, the research has been carried for collecting the information about the obesity and diabetic problems faced by the customers in order to satisfy the basic necessity. The information has been gathered from various nutritionists, doctors, friends, family etc to develop in-depth information about the relevant study (Cross et al., 2013). The dietary regime such as Keto diet is followed by most of the people and is good to maintain healthy living.

Q2:   What are the strengths and weakness of the dietary trend or regime?

Elimination:

The strength of the dietary regime helps in eliminating the deficiency associated with vitamin A. In addition, reduction of dietary trend also affects the medical concern of an individual and creates savoir health issues.

Liver cleansing:

The liver cleaning helps the reducing the weight, building immune system as well as assist in boosting the energy of an individual (Bird et al., 2014). On the other hand, liver cleansing leads to headache, depression and mood swings.

Low carbohydrate:

The strength of Keto diet is that it is followed by most of the people by in-taking low carbohydrates and is prepared with the help of balanced mixture of fat and protein, which is required by the people to sustain on healthy principles. On the other hand, vegetarian people prefer low carbohydrate vegetables as an effective option (Jiang et al., 2016). On the other hand, the weakness associated with low carbohydrate is mainly affected to various problems such as headache, constipation, low blood sugar etc.

Low fat and low cholesterol:

The benefits of low fats has many advantages such as it helps in reducing the weight as well as assists in burning the extra fats in the body. On the other hand, the weakness associated with low fats is associated with risk of heart diseases because it affects the cholesterol level of individual body. The low cholesterol helps in reducing the chance of plaque formation in the body of an individual in arteries. Moreover, low cholesterol sometimes results in various serious medical issues that lead to lethal outcomes.

Low kilojoule:

The insulin level of individual is maintained with the help of low kilojoule and acts as an indicator for preventing the body from harmful diseases such as heart diseases, stroke and gallbladder disease. On the other hand, low kilojoule can results into lack of vitamins and mineral and creates deficiency of zinc in the body.

Q3:   Liaise with other professionals. Would this dietary trend or regime be suitable for a child? Why? Why not?

The Keto diet is effective for the children who are suffering from the disease of epilepsy. The Keto diet is helpful in managing the seizures problems and facilitates in curing the disease. At the same, if the children’s are not suffering from any disease than it is recommended to them not to follow such types of diet plan (Galbraith‐Emami and Lobstein, 2013). It is because it is important for them to in- take several diet options due to the growing stage and the requirements of nutritional energy for prospering better future.

Q4:   Liaise with other professionals. Would this dietary trend or regime be suitable for a pregnant or lactating woman? Why? Why not?

It has been recognised that the Keto dietary regime is not effective for the pregnant or lactating women and is not much advisable to them. It is because sufficient amount of vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates, fats etc are essential to the pregnant or lactating woman to maintain their health parameters (Lucas et al., 2014). At the same time, lack of proper nutrition diet in the pregnant ladies will creates saviour problem and risk to them as well as to their babies. Thus, it is necessary to maintain the energy level among pregnant or lactating woman with the support of proper health chart and planning.

Q5:   Liaise with other professionals. Would this dietary trend or regime be suitable for an older Australian? Why? Why not?

It has been identified that dietary regime will be effective for an older Australian person till to a certain age parameter. It is because dietary regime can be helpful in making balance in several diseases for an older person. But at a same time, it will not be effective for the much older person because of various health problems such as digestion problem (Lawrence et al., 2013). The older people are not able to digest heavy food material due to weak digestion system that results into several health issues.

Q6:   Liaise with other professionals. Would this dietary trend or regime be suitable for an athlete?

It has been evaluated that dietary regime will not be effective for an athlete to perform well in the sports and adventures activity. It is because athletes requires sufficient amount of carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, minerals and others necessary diet nutrition to maintain energy in the body (Fister et al., 2015). The athletics due to tough and challenging daily routine has to follow effective diet chart.

Q7:   Liaise with other professionals. Would this dietary trend or regime be suitable for an obese person? Why? Why not?

It has been recognised that dietary trend is effective for an obese person but, at the same time, it is noticed that they must fulfil the guidelines mentioned by the physician. It is because the physician guidance will help the obese person to take care of the body (Askegaard et al., 2014). In addition, it is essential for the obese person to control and take appropriate steps to measure their weight. Moreover, the diet must not be followed blindly as it may result into several health problems.

Menus for Special Dietary Requirements

References

Askegaard, S., Ordabayeva, N., Chandon, P., Cheung, T., Chytkova, Z., Cornil, Y. and  Kristensen, D. B. (2014) Moralities in food and health research. Journal of Marketing Management, 30(17-18), pp. 1800-1832.

Bird, M. J., Thorburn, D. R. and Frazier, A. E. (2014) Modelling biochemical features of mitochondrial neuropathology. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-General Subjects, 1840(4), pp. 1380-1392.

Cross, W. F., Baxter, C. V., Rosi-Marshall, E. J., Hall, R. O., Kennedy, T. A., Donner, K. C., … and Yard, M. D. (2013) Food‐web dynamics in a large river discontinuum. Ecological Monographs, 83(3), pp. 311-337.

Fister, I., Ljubič, K., Suganthan, P. N. and Perc, M. (2015) Computational intelligence in sports: challenges and opportunities within a new research domain. Applied Mathematics and Computation, 262, pp. 178-186.

Galbraith‐Emami, S. and Lobstein, T. (2013) The impact of initiatives to limit the advertising of food and beverage products to children: a systematic review. Obesity Reviews, 14(12), pp. 960-974.

Jiang, Z., Zhang, X., Yang, L., Li, Z. and Qin, W. (2016) Effect of restricted protein diet supplemented with keto analogues in chronic kidney disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis. International urology and nephrology, 48(3), pp. 409-418.

Lawrence, G., Richards, C. and Lyons, K. (2013) Food security in Australia in an era of neoliberalism, productivism and climate change. Journal of Rural Studies, 29, pp. 30-39.

Lucas, C., Charlton, K. E. and Yeatman, H. (2014) Nutrition advice during pregnancy: do women receive it and can health professionals provide it?. Maternal and child health journal, 18(10), pp. 2465-2478.

Tilman, D. and Clark, M. (2014) Global diets link environmental sustainability and human health. Nature, 515(7528), pp. 518-522.

 

 

 

 

 

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