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A Days Sample Diet Plan for a Five Year old Child

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Author : Pooja

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Namrita is a five year old daughter of a government Officer. She attends Nursery school from 0900 hrs to 1200 hrs. She takes a packed mid morning tiffin to school which she likes to eat while playing around. Her entire family is vegetarian in their food habits. A day's diet for her is planned below:

Personal Data

Age5 years
GenderFemale
Socio-economic StatusMIG
Food HabitsVegetarian

Recommended Dietary Allowances

Energy1690 kcals
Protein30 g
Vitamin A400 g retinol
Iron18 mg

Sample Menu Plan

Meal Menu
Early MorningMilk
BreakfastCheese Toast
Mid-Morning (packed tiffin)Rava idli
 Pear
LunchChanna Curry
 Boiled Rice
 Carrot & Cucumber salad
 Mint Raita
Evening TeaBanana Shake
 Bread Roll with Sprouts filling
DinnerPotato Paneer Curry
 Dry Tindas
 Chapattis
 Cabbage Kheer

 

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