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Studies have shown that children who consume a breakfast that provides foods with a low glycemic index demonstrate better cognitive ability than those who either skip breakfast or eat foods with a high glycemic index.
- Using table 3.3 page 113 (3rd ed. textbook); pages 95 – 96 (4th ed) to develop a one-day nutritionally balanced menu for a school age child, using low glycemic index foods, with foods from all food groups included.
- Include the glycemic index score for each food. Since this menu should have low glycemic index foods, only include foods with a glycemic index score of 50 or below. Include the glycemic score for each food.
- Total calories for the day should be 1500 – 1800. Include calorie amount for each food individually. Show foods as meals.
- Be sure to indicate the serving size for each food, such as 1 cup, etc.
- Format; List food, amount of each food, calories, and glycemic score in columns, moving from left to right.
Here is a link that may be helpful. Glycemic Index Scores (https://watermark.silverchair.com/5.pdf?token=AQEC…) Scroll down to page 9. Be sure to use the column “GI (Glucose = 100)” in the last column on the FAR LEFT for the glycemic score for your foods.
I THINK IT IS BEST FOR YOU TO MAKE AN EXCEL AND DEVIDE IT INTO BREAKFAST, LUNCH, AND DINNER