- Department of Community Medicine ACME Pariyaram

Report
Dr Ubaid N P
60 kgs
18-29 yrs,
Ht- 1.73mt
BMI- 20.3
Free from diseases
Physically fit for active work, on each working day,
engaged in 8 hrs work
 Involved in mod. Activity
 Spends 8 hrs in sleeping, 4-6 hrs sitting & moving about,
2 hrs in walking and in active recreation or household
duties.
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18-29 yrs, 55 kgs, non pregnant, lactating
Ht- 1.61 mt
BMI- 21.2
Free from diseases
Physically fit for active work, on each working day,
engaged in 8 hrs work
 Involved in mod. Activity
 Spends 8 hrs in sleeping, 4-6 hrs sitting & moving
about, 2 hrs in walking and in active recreation or
household duties.
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Lifting not more than 10 pounds at a time
Usually sitting with occasional walking or standing
Standing and walking –total 2 hrs or less per 8 hrs
Sitting- 6 hrs per 8 hrs on work days
Males- teacher, executive, priest, barber, retired
personnel, peon.
 Females- teacher, tailor, executives, housewives
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3 or more days of vigorous activity of at least 20 min
per day
20-50 (9.1-22.7 kg) pounds of force is exerted
5 or more days of 20-50 pounds intensity work or
walking for at least 30 min per day
5 or more days of any combination of walking,
moderate or vigorous intensity activities
Males-agricultural, labourer, carpenter, mason, welder,
coolie, driver, weaver etc
Females-maid servant, basket maker, weaver,
agricultural labourer
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7 or more days of any combination of walking,
moderate, or vigorous intensity activities
Vigorous intensity activities on at least 3 days
100 pounds or more lifting occasionally or 50 or
more pounds of force frequently.
Males- stone-cutter, black smith, mine worker,
wood cutter
Females- stone cutter
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Diet which contain a variety of food in
quantities and proportions that meet the
requirement of energy , amino acids, vitamins
and minerals for maintaining health and
general well bieng.
Food item
Quantity
Energy in Kcal
Protein in gm
1
Cereals
100 g
350
10
2
Pulses
100 g
350
20
3
Green leafy vegetables
100 g
20
NIL
4
Other vegetables
115 g
25
1-2
5
Fruits
100 g
50
2-3
6
Roots/tubers
100 g
100
2-3
7
Banana
100 g
100
1-2
8
Coconut
100 g
150
1-2
9
sugar
100 g
400
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10
oils
100 g
900
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FOOD ITEM
QUANTITY
ENERGY (KCal)
PROTEINS
FAT
1
Meat
100 g
200
20 g
3.6 g
2
Fish
100 g
100
10 g
2.4 g
3
Egg
100 g
170
13 g
13 g
FOOD ITEM
(100ml)
ENERGY
(KCal)
LACTOSE
(g)
PROTEIN
(g)
FAT (g)
CALCIUM
(mg)
1
Cow ‘s milk
60
3.2
3
4
120
2
Buffalo's milk
110
4.3
5
8.8
210
3
Human milk
60
7.4
1
3.4
28-30
4
Goat’s milk
72
3.3
3.3
4.5
170
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Energy from cereals should comprise 70% of
the total energy requirement (it should not
exceed 75 %)
Cereal protein: Pulse protein = 5: 1
All vegetables should not exceed 150g
Fats should not exceed 15% of the total
calories (5% from sugar, 5% from saturated
fat and 5% from unsaturated fat)
Minimum intake of milk should be 100 ml
Food should be palatable
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Calculate the diet for a person requiring 2400
Kcal energy per day?
FOOD ITEM
QUANTITY
ENERGY (KCal)
PROTEIN (mg)
Cereals
480
1680
48
Pulses
48
168
9.6
GLV
150
30
NIL
Sugar
30
120
NIL
Oil
27
240
NIL
Milk
100
60
3
Banana
100
100
1
2498 KCal
61.6 mg
TOTAL
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EXERCISE 2:
Calculate the diet for a man who does heavy
work and requires 3490 Kcal energy per day?
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EXERCISE 3
Calculate the diet for a woman who does
sedentary work and requires 1900 Kcal
energy per day?

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