Choose one of the following
Think of an athlete or sport. Select a vegetarian diet and design a menu to accommodate the nutrition needs of an athlete. Provide a 1 day menu, including 3 meals and 2-3 snacks.
As a class, please also try to represent all four types of menu options listed below.
This needs your creativity and you should **not** simply use a menu you find on the internet.
Try to develop a menu that you might actually eat.
You do not need to write in sentences for this (you may list out the menu).
Make sure you include all relevant details, including serving sizes.
There are some added resources within the week 3 content area. In addition you can go to the Gatorade Sports Science Institute (http://www.gssiweb.org/en)
Vegetarian Nutrition Dietetic Practice Group Website (http://vegetariannutrition.net)
Vegetarian Resource Group (http://www.vrg.org/journal/vj2010issue1/2010_issue1_vegan_teen_athlete.php)
This needs your creativity, and you should **not** simply use a menu you find on the internet.
Try to develop a menu that you might actually eat. You do not need to write in sentences for this (you may list out the menu). Make sure you include all relevant details, including serving sizes.
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The Mediterranean Diet continues to be touted as a method to manage a number of chronic diet related diseases. Review the diet and design a daily meal plan that would accommodate the goals set by the diet. Remember – you can consume animal based meat products so your meal does not have to be vegetarian but also recommends a much higher volume of olive oil and healthy fats so be sure to include healthy fats into your plan. (http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/in-depth/mediterranean-diet/art-20047801 )
An introduction to Nutrition(Attached)- Read Sections: 5-6.6: p. 233-332