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Adolescence is the second rapid growth period, which occurs for young people and girls, and many physical changes accompany growth. There are apparent differences from adolescent to adolescent in both the speed and quantity of “functional” physiological change.
The following Steps Should Be Taken into Account
Adolescents often have bad eating habits, so the role of home and school must be both necessary.
Adolescents often do not depend on their mothers for food but eat for. For the first time in their lives and are responsible for choosing what to eat.
There are differences between the “girl and boy” sexes in adulthood. With girls starting puberty from 10 to 12, while the onset of puberty for boys delays to 15 years.
Most girls who are adequately nourishing to cover their needs grow on. Their bodies a layer of fatty tissue that remains throughout life. While most boys grow more muscles.
Food develops personal emotions, and if he eats. Well and gets enough exercise and complete rest, he may have a positive feeling about his body and abilities.
Most adolescents view food as satisfying a temporal need such as hunger.
The need for more food to support growth during this period of life increases.
Adolescents girls need to eat more food early than boys because of their early arrival.
Males need more food than girls when they begin to grow. They significantly increase body structure and muscles. And males need more food or food to maintain their large muscles as activity increases during that period.
There may be a connection between the size of nutrient needs and the stage at which a teenager or adolescent is sexually developed. You should note that dietary need is significant when menstruation begins in girls, especially for the iron they lose on menstrual days.
The need for the iron element in food is more significant. It increases by a greater percentage at that stage when there is an increase in the size of the body muscles, “quantity or volume of blood and hemoglobin,” as the onset of menstruation in the girl increases her need for iron.
That calcium needs are almost parallel with the growth of the body muscles and the deposition of salts in developing bones.
You should note that what we have mentioned is that the needs are an authentic reflection of the average growth of adolescence. The boy may need more than 4000 calories. The girl may need less than 2000 calories taking into account all the differences of each individual.
– ADOLESCENTS USUALLY DO NOT HAVE ADEQUATE NEEDS FOR MINERAL ELEMENTS SUCH AS CALCIUM, IRON, AND ZINC, ALTHOUGH IMPORTANT, AS THEY GREATLY NEED TO COVER OR SUPPORT THE PERIOD OF RAPID GROWTH.
THE NEED FOR VITAMINS (THIAMINE-B1, B6-B2,”-D-A-C AND NISAINE) INCREASES BECAUSE OF THE NEED TO ORGANIZE MANY METABOLIC ACTIVITIES AND ACTIVITIES DURING ADOLESCENCE.
Proteins should account for 7 to 8% of the daily need for calory or 45 to 72 grams of proteins per day.