Jaspreet kaur, a nurse lives with her parents in Punjab. Briefly explain any four factors which would influence her selection of foods. Tell her four reasons why she should plan meals for her family.
Define meal planning. Why is it important to plan meals for a family? Give two reasons. Mention four factors to be considered while planning meals for an infant.
Meal Planning: To provide daily nutritional requirements to all the family members at an appropriate time is called meal planning.
Reasons for meal planning:
Points to be considered for infants meal:
Meera is a lactating mother, who has been served potato pakoras and Imli chutney for evening tea. Analyse this meal and modify it to meet her nutritional needs. Justify the modification with the appropriate reason.
Analysis: Food is not suitable for her keeping in mind her stage. It is a fried dish which may cause chemical irritation in Gastrointestinal track.
Pakora: Besan chilla with spinach, paneer added in it as stuffing.
Imli Chutney: Mint, chutney, coriander chutney, groundnut or coconut chutney adds more Vitamin A and iron.
A family has been served moong dal, boiled rice , potato and carrot bhajia and chapati for lunch. Evaluate the adequacy of this meal to suit the requirements of a lactating mother and the suitability for a member suffering from diabetes. Support you answer with adequate reasons
|Moong dal||Add some spinach.||Dietary fiber, Iron, Vitamin A, D, C,.|
|Boiled Rice||Mix Vegetables||Folic acid, zinc|
|Potato||Plain Potato||Spicy foods create burning sensation in the digestive system and keep blood sugar levels in healthy ranges.|
|Carrot bhajia||Less spicy||Rich in sugar, healthy fiber with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.|
|Chapati||Sorghum roti (Diabetes)
Paustik roti (Lactating mother)
|Rich in dietary fibre, Gluten-free and contains and contains antioxidants.
Protein, fibre, carbohydrates.
Compare any five features of Monthly Income Scheme(MIS) and National Savings Certificate(NSC).
|Features||Monthly Income Scheme (MIS)||National Saving Certificate (NSC)|
|i. Interest||Less rate of interest or 7.8%||Higher Interest or 7.9% / 8.1%|
|ii. Max. Limit||Limit of 4.5 lakh in single /9 lakh in joint account||No limit of investment|
|iii. Time of Investment||Money can be invested in multiple accounts over a period of time||Investment to be done once in lump sum|
|iv. Minimum deposit||Rs. 1500/-||
|vi. Premature withdrawal||Can withdraw money before 3 years with penalty||Cannot withdraw before the stipulated time.|
|Tax rebate||No tax rebate||Tax rebate|
|Loan Facility||No loan facility given||Can avail loan against it.|
|Interest available||Interest given on monthly basis||Facility not available|