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In growing age wholesome nutrition is required for an overall growth. In teenage not only physical abilities grow but also mental faculties develop. All the physical activities either in the form of sports or athletics may go in vain if proper diet is not provided to the teenagers. Balanced diets rich in all necessary dietary ingredients and food groups are required in alternation for a balanced teenage growth. Diet Clinic is offering special diets for teenagers, so that they may get maximum benefit in this growing age which helps them in long run.
Teenage is the time when body is changing very fast. There are many hormonal changes taking place and in this time it is very important to pay extra attention to our body. Their diet must contain those elements which sustain growth and promote good health.
Teenagers must be fed healthily as they need proper nutrients because they are in growing age. The right food can help them in their proper growth. Unfortunately, many teenagers fail to have balanced diet and that affects their growth and health.
At Diet Clinic, we understand the teenage needs and their minds regarding the foods selections. But we help them with their primary dietary. Their foods must be full of energy and nutrients. They need the right amount of calories in their diet - that includes a lot of fruits, vegetables and starchy food and protein rich foods like milk and dairy foods.
Foods high in fat, particularly saturated fat, sugar or salt, should only be eaten in small amounts or not very often.
They need to reduce the intake of sweets/ chocolates or fatty snacks as they can be encouraged to choose a variety of foods on the basic food groups:
Milk, cheese, yoghurt, soya beans, tofu and nuts – these are good sources of calcium, which is needed for healthy bones and teeth.
Breakfast cereals and margarine that have added vitamins and oily fish - these are good sources of vitamin D, which helps to keep a good supply of calcium in the blood
Meat (particularly red meat), fish, pulses, green vegetables and cereals with added vitamins – these are rich sources of iron, which is needed for healthy blood.
At least two portions of fish a week, one of which should be oily - fish is a good source of protein, vitamins and minerals and it is low in saturated fat. Oily fish are also a rich source of omega 3 fatty acids.
Young men can have up to four portions of oily fish a week, but young women should avoid having more than two portions of oily fish a week.
Drink eight to ten glasses of fluid a day.
Eat regular meals, including breakfast, as it can provide essential nutrients and improve concentration in the mornings. Choose a fortified breakfast cereal with toned milk and fresh whole fruit / juice.
Take regular exercise, which is important for overall fitness and cardiovascular health, as well as bone development.