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       An appropriate diet is one that is both adequate and balanced. It should recognize individual variations such as age and stage of development, taste preferences, and food habits. It also reflects the availability of foods, socio-economic conditions, storage and preparation facilities and cooking skills.

       The task of planning nutritious meals centers on including the essential nutrients in sufficient amounts along with appropriate energy and amounts of protein, carbohydrate, fat, cholesterol and salt.

Diet planning for a Normal Individual

  • For Vegetarian diet:
    Milk - 300 ml.
    Dal, well cooked - 45 gms.
    Cereal - 180 - 200 gms.
    Vegetables - 400 - 500 gms.
    Fruit  - 2 no.
    Vegetable juices - 150 ml.
    Butter / vegetable oil - 20 gms.
    Sugar - 20 - 25 gms.
     

  • For Non - Vegetarian diet:
    Milk - 300 ml.
    Egg/ Meat / Fish / Poultry - 75 - 100 gms.
    Dal - 15 gms.
    Cereals - 180 - 200 gms.
    Vegetables - 400 - 500 gms.
    Fruit - 2 no.
    Vegetable Juices - 150 ml.
    Butter / vegetable oil - 20 gms.
    Sugar - 20 - 25 gms.

 

Diet planning for Vegetarian people

 

Time

Diet

Morning

6.00a.m.

1cup of Tea

Breakfast

9.00 a.m.

1 cup milk + 1 bowl poha / Upma / cornflakes / bread - 2 slices / Idli - 2 no./ dosa - 1 no. + 1 fruit

Lunch

12.00 p.m.

2 chapattis + 1 bowl vegetables + 1 cup Dal / pulse preparation + 1 bowl Rice + 1/2 cup salad + 1 cup curd 

Snacks

4.00 p.m.

1 cup tea + 2 no. khakra / vegetable sandwich (2 slices of bread) / 2-3 biscuits / 1 bowl bhel

Late Evening

6.00 p.m.

1 glass fruit juice / 1 bowl soup with nuts

Dinner

9.00 p.m.

2 chapattis + 1 bowl vegetables + 1 cup Dal + 1 bowl Rice / pulao / biryani + 1 cup curd / raita 

 

Diet planning for non-vegetarian people

      

Time

Diet

Morning

6.00a.m.

1 cup of Tea

Breakfast

9.00 a.m.

1 cup milk 1 egg sandwich / 1 bowl poha / Upma / cornflakes / 2 idlis / 1 dosa + 1 fruit

Lunch

12.00 p.m.

2 chapattis + 1 bowl vegetables + 1 bowl dal / pulse preparation + 1 bowl rice + 1/2 cup salad + 1 cup curd 

Snacks

4.00 p.m.

1 cup tea + 2 no. khakras / 2-3 biscuits / 1 bowl bhel / dhokla 2-3 pieces

Late Evening

6.00 p.m.

1 bowl soup / 1 glass fruit juice

Dinner

9.00 p.m.

2 chapattis + 1 bowl vegetables + 1 bowl Fish curry / chicken curry + 1 bowl rice + 1 bowl raita / curds

 

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