Individual Food Choices and Influences

Individual Food Choices and Influences

Individual Food Choices and Influences 4.01C Individual Food Choices and Influences 1 How do we use food? Nutrition Comfort

to maintain the functions of the body. soothe you. S Wellness to affect ones sss well being. Entertainment To entertain us

Is how we use food for/to Family and social ties to bring us together Enjoyment to satisfy the senses.

Adventure new experiences. 2 4.01C Individual Food Choices and Influences What influences food choices? Individual Influences ? 4.01C

Individual Food Choices and Influences 3 Main reasons why we eat what we eat INTERNAL EXTERNAL Psychological Physiological (physical)

Cultural Situational/social Media Economy Environment Technology PPB4.01c_Individual Food Choices and Influences 4 Physiological Influences

How does your body tell you it needs food? 5 Physiological Influences: eat because we are hungry (we need food to keep going) Gender/Age- calories & nutrients Health Wellness- sick= not hungry poor eating= poor health diabetes= little or no sugar

o Activity levels-active or couch potato? Psychological influences- we eat because of our appetite Appetite is our desire to eat foodWant it because we see it Psychological influences- we eat because it makes us FEEL better (appetite) Stress Emotions Culture and Customs Racial, religious and social groups that

practice similar traditions. o Dietary laws Muslims and Jews consider pork unclean. Fish is eaten during Lent. Traditions o o o

Thanksgiving Easter Christmas 9 Social/Situational Factors Stages of the family life cycle: kids moved out & only mom and dad live at home? Family Schedules: home tonight or have a game? Peer Groups: friends eat at the ballgame Financial Resources o

Family Budget- end of month or payday? Knowledge and Skills o Culinary Skills- do you know how to make something and can you make it? 10 Lets Review. Food Choices include: o o

o o o o o Nutrition Wellness Enjoyment Family and social ties Comfort Entertainment Adventure 4.01C

Individual Food Choices and Influences 11 Food influences affect food selection through: o o o o Physiological factors Psychological factors

Cultural factors Situational factors 4.01C Individual Food Choices and Influences 12 4.01I External Influences 4.01I External Influences 13

Media Print (Newspaper) Radio (Commericals) Television ( ) Popular press (magazines, cook books) Internet (allrecipes.com, foodnetwork.com)

Economic Influences Price Foods availability Supply and Demand Cost of Gas 4.01I External Influences

15 15 Environmental Influences Ecological factors o Climate issues (rainfall amounts, drought, early frost) o Land availability o Local Agriculture Technological Influences Food Processing- shelf stable foods Food Preparation- microwaves, convection ovens, cockpot/slow cooker, bread machine

Additives- adding nutritional value & quality to the food Page 10 Why Do Eat? 9/2 Complete the worksheet (#1-10) matching reasons for eating with situations. Find 3 magazine pictures that illustrate an internal or external influence on food choices. USING A GLUE STICK (NOT TAPE), attach your 3 pictures to a

piece of white paper. Label which influence goes with each picture and whether it is an internal or external influence.

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