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Q: 5.1 Identify balanced meals, snacks and drinks for children in their early years, following current government guidance on nutritional needs?
A: Within the welfare requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage there is a requirement that, where children are provided with meals, snacks and drinks, they must be healthy, balanced and nutritious. [ However, even with proper guidance it is clear that there is a need for training on infant and toddler nutrition for all practitioners in childcare settings, to help them to interpret
guidelines for the production of nutritionally balanced meals and snacks. ..........Healthy eating for under-fives differs significantly from that for school-age children and adults. For growth, young children need a plentiful source of energy from carbohydrates and fats, alongside protein, vitamins and minerals. This can be achieved by ensuring that, every day, children eat from the four main food groups: bread, cereals and potatoes fruit and vegetables milk and dairy foods meat, fish, eggs and vegetarian proteins (eg beans, pulses, soya). .............. ]
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User: 5.1 Identify balanced meals, snacks and drinks for children in their early years, following current government guidance on nutritional needs?

Weegy: Within the welfare requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage there is a requirement that, where children are provided with meals, snacks and drinks, they must be healthy, balanced and nutritious. [ However, even with proper guidance it is clear that there is a need for training on infant and toddler nutrition for all practitioners in childcare settings, to help them to interpret guidelines for the production of nutritionally balanced meals and snacks. ..........Healthy eating for under-fives differs significantly from that for school-age children and adults. For growth, young children need a plentiful source of energy from carbohydrates and fats, alongside protein, vitamins and minerals. This can be achieved by ensuring that, every day, children eat from the four main food groups: bread, cereals and potatoes fruit and vegetables milk and dairy foods meat, fish, eggs and vegetarian proteins (eg beans, pulses, soya). .............. ]
sujaysen|Points 3730|

User: 5.2 Recognise why it is important to follow carer’s instructions in respect of their child’s food allergies or intolerances?

Weegy: The carer will be aware of the particular food allergies or intolerances so it is vital that anybody who has to give that child a meal or snack is knowledgeable not only about what not to give them, [ but also what to do if they are inadvertently given something. e.g. if there was nuts in a product that you didnt know about and the child was allergic to nuts then you would need to know what to do for them. ]
Grasscarp|Points 309|

User: 5.3 Identify the dietary requirements of different cultural or religious groups

Weegy: World religions, foods practices and restrictions, and rationale for behavior Type of religion Practice or restriction Rationale Buddhism ?Refrain from meat, [ vegetarian diet is desirable ?Moderation in all foods ?Fasting required of monks ?Natural foods of the earth are considered most pure ?Monks avoid all solid food after noon Eastern Orthodox Christianity ?Restrictions on Meat and Fish ?Fasting Selectively ?Observance of Holy Days includes fasting and restrictions to increase spiritual progress Hinduism ?Beef prohibited ?All other meat and fish restricted or avoided ?Alcohol avoided ?Numerous fasting days ?Cow is sacred and can?t be eaten, but products of the ?sacred? cow are pure and desirable ?Fasting promotes spiritual growth Islam ?Pork and certain birds prohibited ?Alcohol prohibited ?Coffee/tea/stimulants avoided ?Fasting from all food and drink during specific periods Eating is for good health ?Failure to eat correctly minimizes spiritual awareness ?Fasting has a cleansing effect of evil elements Judaism ?Pork and shellfish prohibited ?Meat and dairy at same meal prohibited ?Leavened food restrictedFasting practiced ?Land animals that do not have cloven hooves and that do not chew their cud are forbidden as unclean (e.g., hare, pig, camel) ?Kosher process is based upon the Torah Mormonism ?Alcohol and beverages containing caffeine prohibited ?Moderation in all foods Fasting practiced ?Caffeine is addictive and leads to poor physical and emotional health ?Fasting is the discipline of self-control and honoring to God Protestantism ?Few restrictions of food or fasting observations ?Moderation in eating, drinking, and exercise is promoted God made all animal and natural products for humans'enjoyment ?Gluttony and drunkenness are sins to be controlled Rastafarianism ?Meat and fish restricted ?Vegetarian diets only, with salts, preservatives, and condiments prohibited ?Herbal drinks permitted; alcohol, coffee, and soft drinksprohibited ?Marijuana used extensively for religious and medicinalpurposes ?Pigs and shellfish are scavengers and are unclean ?Foods grown with chemicals are unnatural and prohibited ?Biblical ]
wisbest|Points 1868|

User: 5.4 Describe methods of educating children and adults in effective food management?

Weegy: It is important for carer and for parents to understand how much food a child actually needs over the course of a day. [ Too much food can cause overweight for children even if it is ?healthy?, similarly, to lacking food intake can cause children to be underweight. A good plan to help parents know how much food should be given to children is to prepare a table or chart sample for each day?s food and work out its overall calorie content using food labels. It?s helpful to see how much food children of different ages may require rather than just being told how many calories they need. It is also important for carer to be aware that ?healthy drinks? such as smoothies and fruit juices can be high in calories and so should be limited.It is now thought helpful for parents to be advised early by professionals to notice if that their children are either under- or overweight. Interestingly, few parents notice that that their young children are becoming overweight or underweight and often don?t realize it because of the way they think about how cuddly their child are. Parents of children over 3 years old need to realise that children should begin to look quite slim and by the age of 4 years the healthy profile of children is that they should look lean. There are now plenty of websites and leaflets from variety of organisations that can help parents understand what healthy weight is for their children. Using that website to identify if their children?s weight is not at the expected level for their height, it is also important that young children are not made aware of any problems as this can lead to emotional issues with food later in life. ]
Marvel2|Points 63|

User: 6.1 Demonstrate how to support children’s personal care routines, showing respect to the child and using opportunities to encourage learning and development?

Weegy: Effective Practice : Provide flexible resources that can be used in many different ways to facilitate children's play and exploration. [ These might include lengths of plastic guttering, tubing and watering cans near the sand and water play areas; lengths of fabric and clothes pegs in a box; large paintbrushes and buckets near the outside tap; boxes, clothes horses, old blankets and tablecloths to make dens and shelters. Observe children's play and help children to join in if they find it hard to be included, but watch and listen carefully before intervening. Find out how children play at home and value different cultural approaches to play. Value play which is based on people such as superheroes who may mean a lot to children, even if you do not appreciate them yourself! Tell and read stories and encourage children to act them out. .............. ]
sujaysen|Points 3731|

User: 6.2 Explain the regulations concerning management of medicines and how these interpreted in the work setting?

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