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P5 Prepare and present dietary guidelines for a selected sports performer, providing suitable daily meal plans over a two-week period.

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´╗┐BOURNVILLE SCHOOL PE DEPARTMENT BTEC First Diploma in Sport Unit 4 Preparation for Sport P5 Prepare and present dietary guidelines for a selected sports performer, providing suitable daily meal plans over a two-week period. Task 9a Scenario: As a Sports Captain identify and explain how the body uses the following nutrients. Give two example foods for each nutrient. Remember to use your notes taken during lessons and write answers in your own words. Name of Performer: Ruth Green Chosen Sport: Football Nutrients NAME OF NUTRIENT Describe how the body uses it. (P5) 2 example foods Carbohydrates It provides the body with energy and it break carbohydrates into glucose. Simple sugar: jam and sugar. Complex sugar: pasta and bread. Fat It provide the body with fuel to keep going and it also absorb vitamin A, D and E. Saturated fats: cheesy and milk. Unsaturated fats: fish and nuts. Protein To provide the body with the building material for growth and repair of body tissues. Plant protein: soya and lentils. ...read more.

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of milk toast and 1 glass of orange juice Boiled sweet potatoes and salad and 2 glasses of water Pasta with chicken curry and sweet corn and red bull High levels of carbohydrates to store glycogen powerade Thursday Pre competition 1 pot Yogurt and 1 banana and a cup of tea Digestive biscuit and 2 cheese sandwich and 1 glass of lemonade Mashed potatoes with bangers and salad and 2 glasses of water and yogurt High levels of carbohydrates to store glycogen powerade Friday Pre competition Porridge and One pot yogurt and grapes and 1 cup of coffee and toast 2 Turkey sandwich and 1 packet of crisps and 1 glass of fruit juice Boiled rice with fried chicken with salad and soup with sweet corn and 2 glasses of water High levels of carbohydrates to store glycogen powerade Saturday During event Cornflakes and 1 pot of yogurt and grapes and a toast with a little bit of butter and 1 glass of frit juice 1 pot of noodles and two glasses of fruit juice and 2 glasses of water. ...read more.

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and isotonic drinks Powerade Saturday During event Cornflakes and 1 pot of yogurt and grapes and a toast with a little bit of butter and 1 glass of frit juice 1 pot of noodles and two glasses of fruit juice and 2 glasses of water. Boiled rice with vegetable soup and baked chicken and salad and 2 glasses of water. High levels of carbohydrates to store glycogen water Sunday Post competition Porridge and toast and 1 glass fruit juice and milk. 4 Jaffa cakes and 2 glasses of water and egg and cress sandwich. Baked potatoes with salad and backed beans and 2 glasses of water. High complex in carbohydrates and isotonic drinks River Dunns nutrient Scenario: To encourage your team-mates to eat more healthily explain the examples provided in P5. You should include timing of food intake in relation to Pre or Post Competition and During Event. M4: Explain dietary guidelines and meal plans. Task 10: Within Task 9b explain why such nutrients are important to consume during Pre, Post or during the event. Please type in different font so the explanation is clear. ...read more.

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