What happens to the food we eat? If the body adjusts o digest each food that we eat, why can it react so differently to different foods? What is the difference between food intolerance and food allergy? What disorders are related to digestion?
Some conditions could be prevented but as they develop some times there is little to do or ot is very expensive to return the patient to a normal status. But. let's think about the most common causes of death and costs. Diabetes, some preventable cancers, obesity. These are ranked among the most common causes of morbidity and mo
How does a Nutrition course changed the perception of nutrition and the importance of nutrition in nursing? What do you think is the most significant learning from a Nutrition course?
Lifecycle of Pre-School Children: What are some current nutritional issues, such as obesity or malnutrition that might Pre-Schoolers? How does fitness affect the health of Pre-Schoolers? Is this relationship between fitness and health different from other age groups? Explain your answer. Please provide a "Journal Articl
Do you think vegetarian diets are practical and nutritious alternatives to the typical American diet? Do vegetarian diets lack nutrients? Be sure to back up your opinion with verifiable facts from research.
Case Study: Diet for a Patient with Atherosclerosis Jack Sprat is a 55-year-old gentleman who underwent coronary artery bypass graft to treat atherosclerosis. He returns to his internist's office where you work as a nurse practitioner. Jack reads a lot of books and watches movies about fast foods, saturated fat, and cholester
Dietary modifications - What modifications might you make to replace choices in your fast-food meals with vegetables, fruits, meat and meat alternatives, or grains? - If you chose fruit juice instead of whole fruit, what might happen to the fiber content in your diet? If you chose purchased fruit juice instead of whole f
I need help in finding a recently to published nursing or nutrition research article on any topic and answer the following questions: What did the researchers study? Why is this research question important? What did the study find? What do the results mean? What are the weak points, or study limitations to cons
Discuss the causes and possible nutritional consequences of lactose intolerance. How common is this condition? What ethnicities are most likely to be affected? What nutrient recommendations would you give to someone who can tolerate some dairy? What would you say to someone who cannot tolerate any dairy at all?
Please choose 2 foods, (ie.Cherios-lower Cholesterol), herbs, any food or drink -that you want to talk about the supposed benefits and claims of helping our health and wellbeing by taking these. Pick 2 foods you've possibly tried and thought would "Help" you. Think about if it really has helped the way they claim it will.
Case Study "Teenager With Celiac Disease Part A: Read Janie's case study and then complete the following tasks: Write a nutrition action plan for Janie on coping with Celiac disease. What are the things that Janie will need to be careful about as she goes about her regular life? Try to determine at least seven points th
Choose a healthcare facility and create a report about the facilityâ??s policies and procedures for tracking patients with nutritional risks. Can you please assist me with the following information: How does your facility screen patients for nutritional risk? What nutritional risk criteria are used to trigger a refe
Consider the following dietary risk factor for heart disease: a diet high in saturated fats and low in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Also consider the fact that billions of dollars are spent each year on food advertisements exhorting Americans to eat more junk foods. Taking the above mentioned factors into account, respo
1. Visit the campus bookstore, a library, or area bookstore and locate atleast five vegetarian resources including cookbooks. Reference each resource, noting the number of pages, whether it is soft cover or hard cover, and the price (if known). Compile a list of vegetarian resources. I 2. Look at protein supplements -P
What are the nutritional needs for older adults (65+), introduction & conclusion? What guidelines are recommended to this group for achieving and maintaining physical fitness? What is the long-term outlook for this group in terms of longevity and quality of life?
1. How might insufificient or excessive amounts of protiens, carbohydrates, fats, or fibers contribute to one's health? Be specific and provide examples. 2. What are some current nutritional issues, such as obesity or malnutrition, that might result from a fast food diet? 3. What three facts do you find particularly intere
The following exercise will give us some insight into why we need to eat a certain amount and types of food, who designed the Pyramid and the role of the nutrients found in the various servings of foods we are required to consume! After reading the information provided in the website links, please answer the following questio
Recorded intake of protein, carbohydrates, and lipids a. Which foods in your recorded daily intake provide protein? Which provide carbohydrate? Which provide lipids? b. Review how your recorded protein, carbohydrate, and lipid intake compares with the recommendations of the DRI. If your recorded protein-carbohydrate-fat
Discuss specific nutritional choices that an individual can make to reduce his/her chances of getting heart disease
What are some of the major functions of macronutrients? What are some prime sources of macronutrients?
Which of these products would be the healthiest? Make sure you explain your answer fully. Product (A) Product (B) Serving Size 1oz 1.5oz Calories 150 165 saturated Fat
What does it mean to have a balanced diet? What tips or techniques would you suggest for ensuring a proper balance?
Identify and describe three fitness habits How could these habits improve one's health? Identify and describe three nutritional habits How could these habits improve one's health? Discuss how each habit would promote healthy weight Discuss how each habit would benefit one's health in general
(1)Distinguish between vitamins and minerals; compare vitamin molecules (as a group) with minerals (as a group) and their sources for humans. (2)The small intestine is the major site of digestion and absorption of nutrients. Where do the enzymes used in this process come from, and why are they available on demand?
Read the attached Case Study and the readings assigned for this week. Write a paper that includes the following elements: 1. A brief summary of the case, including a description of the subject (demographic and health data), social history, presenting problem(s) 2. Your professional recommendations 3. How you would fee
What are the nutritional needs at an infant stage in life?. Supplements, foods, etc. Please provide proper references and cites properly format. If you are using a book, please provide chapter, paragraph and/or page number(s) Also, when providing references, please make sure I am allowed or able to retrieve thos
Jack Sprat is a 55 year-old gentleman who underwent coronary artery bypass graft to treat atherosclerosis. He returns to his internist's office where you work as a nurse practitioner. Jack reads a lot of books and watches movies about fast foods, saturated fat, and cholesterol. He asks for your opinion of what is the best diet f
Imagine that your best friend from childhood just discovered s/he has type 2 diabetes. Your friend calls you and says, "Hey, I know you're studing nutrition now and I need some advice here. I' really scared about what this mean for me, and I need help getting ready for a follow-up appointment with my doctor, I know nutrition is
Imagine there has been a drastic rise in food-borne illness in the city in which you live. The public lacks the knowledge about proper food safety to prevent these problems and they also do not know how to find accurate nutritional information to educate themselves about nutrition and health. · Create a public service bulle
If someone presents him or herself as a nutrition expert, how would you evaluate his or her credentials and the information he or she provides? How would you respond to nutrition information provided by a lay person (family member, friend, colleague, fellow student) that you know is debatable or false? What sources do yo