22 October, 11:49

Jane is an 8-year-old girl that weighs 56.5 pounds (25.6 kg), is 51 inches tall, and enjoys lots of outdoor activities. her total caloric intake is 1800 calories per day consisting of 80 grams of fat, 225 grams of carbohydrate, and 45 grams of protein. she likes vegetables and eats lots of fruit; the only food she truly dislikes is milk. what nutrient would be of most concern in her diet?

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1. 22 October, 12:50
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Dairy fat is lacking in her food

Explanation:

The average intake of calories for a child of 8 year must not be less than 1200 calories per day. Thus, Jane is getting sufficient calories. She is taking 80 grams of fat which is also sufficient. However, she lacks fats from dairy product such as milk. It is considered that a child of age 8 years must take at least 2 cups of milk or its equivalent each day.

Jane is taking sufficient carbohydrates intake as she is take 225 grams carbs everyday against the set standard of 130 grams per day.
2. 22 October, 13:29
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the answer to this question is 40