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Please answer all the questions and don’t include the questions on the essay. Th

Please answer all the questions and don’t include the questions on the essay. Thank you.
Barbara is a 72-year-old woman with a “Type A” personality who was diagnosed with a peptic ulcer more than 40 years ago. At that time, her doctor told her to follow a bland diet and eat three meals per day with three snacks per day of whole milk to “quiet” her stomach. She meticulously complied with the diet to the point of becoming obsessive about eating anything that may not be “allowed.” She lost 15 pounds by following the bland diet because her intake was so restricted. She recently began experiencing ulcer symptoms and has put herself back on the bland diet, convinced it is necessary in order to recover from her ulcer.
Barbara’s 1600-calorie My Plate plan calls for 1.5 cups of fruit, 2 cups of vegetables, 5 grains, 5 oz of meat/beans, 3 cups of milk, and 5 teaspoons of oils.
Yesterday, she ate the following:
Breakfast: 1 poached egg; 2 slices dry white toast; 1 cup whole milk
Morning Snack: 1 cup whole milk
Lunch: ¾ cup cottage cheese with½ cup canned peaches
Afternoon Snack: 1 cup whole milk
Dinner: 3 oz boiled chicken; ½ cup boiled plain potatoes; ½ cup boiled green beans; ½ cup gelatin
Evening Snack: 1 cup whole milk
1. What food groups is she undereating? Overeating?
2. What are the potential nutritional consequences of her current diet?
3. What other information would be helpful for you to know in dealing with Barbara?
4. Barbara clearly wants to be on a bland diet; what would you tell her about diet recommendations for PUD? What recommendations would you make to improve her symptoms and meet her nutritional requirements while respecting her need to follow a “diet”?

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Step 1: Using the following scenario, complete the case study. During Spring Br

Step 1: Using the following scenario, complete the case study.
During Spring Break, Angela, Bridgette, and Laura went to a small Mexican town near the Gulf of Mexico. On Friday night, the girls went to a restaurant. Angela and Bridgette shared a pizza with ground beef, refried beans, cheese, and some vegetable toppings. Laura ate a large portion of chicken fajitas. After dinner, Laura brought her leftover chicken fajitas back to the hotel and stored them in the room’s refrigerator. Saturday morning, the girls ate bagels and fresh fruit. For lunch, the girls stopped at a deli. Angela had a spinach salad with fresh strawberries, blueberries, and poppy seed dressing. Bridgette had a shrimp salad sandwich on a toasted multigrain roll. Laura had a bowl of seafood gumbo soup. The young women were having so much fun that evening, they didn’t have time for a sit-down dinner, so they each ate a hot dog from a street vendor. When they returned to the hotel later that evening, they were a little bit hungry, so they shared Laura’s chicken fajita leftovers after reheating them in a microwave. Between 3:00 and 5:00 a.m. on Sunday morning, Angela and Bridgette each woke up feeling nauseous and bloated. They spent most of Sunday sick with vomiting and diarrhea. Angela also had a very bad headache and chills. Laura felt fine, but she was stuck in the hotel room taking care of her sick friends all day.
Step 2: In a 1-2 page paper, discuss the following:
Determine what food(s) you think could have potentially been the source of Angela and Bridgette’s food-borne illness. Explain your reasoning.
Identify potential sources of food-borne illness for each of the meals the girls ate over the weekend.
Based on their symptoms, a suspected food source(s), and the time of onset, analyze which microorganism(s) were most likely to have been responsible for their illness. Use references to support your claims.
Discuss any precautions that Bridgette and Angela could have done differently to prevent developing a food-borne illness. Explain your answer.

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Nutrition Log Reflection 3 “You are what you eat.” Have you ever heard that? Alt

Nutrition Log Reflection 3
“You are what you eat.” Have you ever heard that? Although that saying is not exactly true, what we do eat does impact how we concentrate in class, work, perform in sports, and even affects our moods. The purpose of this activity is to deepen learning through reflective thinking. Follow these guidelines when completing this assignment:
Keep a log of the foods and drinks you consumed (breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks) from Monday through Friday (no weekends).
After reviewing your food log at the end of week 1, please answer the questions below:
How many days did you eat breakfast? __________
How many days did you eat at least 1 fruit? __________
How many days did you eat at least 1 vegetable? _________
How many days did you eat “junk food” (chips, candy, etc.)? ________
How many days did you drink soda? ______
How many total ounces of water did you drink per day? ______

At the end of the week, reflect on what you ate for the week. Rate your nutrition for that week on a scale from 1 – 10 (with 10 being the best). Support your answer with examples of why you gave yourself that rating. Describe ONE change you would like to make to your diet. Reflect on what went well and what could be improved. Be sure to write in complete sentences. A strong paragraph is at least 5 sentences.

Submission Instructions:
The paper is to be clear and concise and students will lose points for improper grammar, punctuation, and misspelling.
The paper should be at least 5 sentences (approximately 100 words) in length.

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Nutrition Log Reflection 3 “You are what you eat.” Have you ever heard that? Alt

Nutrition Log Reflection 3
“You are what you eat.” Have you ever heard that? Although that saying is not exactly true, what we do eat does impact how we concentrate in class, work, perform in sports, and even affects our moods. The purpose of this activity is to deepen learning through reflective thinking. Follow these guidelines when completing this assignment:
Keep a log of the foods and drinks you consumed (breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks) from Monday through Friday (no weekends).
After reviewing your food log at the end of week 1, please answer the questions below:
How many days did you eat breakfast? __________
How many days did you eat at least 1 fruit? __________
How many days did you eat at least 1 vegetable? _________
How many days did you eat “junk food” (chips, candy, etc.)? ________
How many days did you drink soda? ______
How many total ounces of water did you drink per day? ______

At the end of the week, reflect on what you ate for the week. Rate your nutrition for that week on a scale from 1 – 10 (with 10 being the best). Support your answer with examples of why you gave yourself that rating. Describe ONE change you would like to make to your diet. Reflect on what went well and what could be improved. Be sure to write in complete sentences. A strong paragraph is at least 5 sentences.

Submission Instructions:
The paper is to be clear and concise and students will lose points for improper grammar, punctuation, and misspelling.
The paper should be at least 5 sentences (approximately 100 words) in length.

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For the assignment, you will be filling out the Macronutrient Chart (see attache

For the assignment, you will be filling out the Macronutrient Chart (see attached) to assist you in synthesizing the content about carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids.
Charts and tables are tools we use in science to break down information analytically and present data in an organized manner. It is a beneficial strategy for learning about and organizing scientific material. Make sure that you are detailed, thorough, and specific in your responses. Explain yourself clearly. Do not list a word or brief phrase without explaining what it means. For example, if you list diabetes for carbohydrates, make sure you explain how carbs are associated with diabetes.

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2500 words s.1- Report (50%): Record everything you eat and drink over a period

2500 words
s.1- Report (50%):
Record everything you eat and drink over a period of 24-hours.
Analyse the nutritional content of your 24-hour dietary recall using Nutritics (do not use any other dietary assessment package). Look at all the macronutrients and choose three relevant micronutrients to focus on (you must justify your choices with appropriate references).
Compare the nutritional intake to appropriate UK Dietary Reference Values.
Write a scientific report about the adequacy of your days diet, how it compares to the appropriate dietary references values, how nutritionally adequate it was and how it could be improved.
Assessment Criteria:
Utilise relevant knowledge on energy and macronutrients.
Show evidence of independent study
Use correct academic writing style and give facts, recommendations, detail and examples as appropriate with correct Harvard referencing.
Marking criteria
Title (5%) Please choose an appropriate title for the report
Introduction (10%) Provide a short introduction (one or two paragraphs will be sufficient) to give some background detail and introduce the task.
Methods (15%) Explain the methods used to both collect (including whether amounts of food items were weighed or estimated) and analyse the dietary data (Nutritics) and compare them to appropriate dietary reference values. Also state which three micronutrients you choose to analyse and why you chose them.
Results (25%) In this section you need to include a copy of your 24-hour dietary recall and a table of your nutritional assessment. You can include the full Nutritics report as part of the appendices. You should include a short paragraph to give a desсrіptive summary of the main results within this section.
Discussion (25%) Use your knowledge of nutrition, health and physical activity issues to discuss the results and the adequacy of your diet. Compare the intake calculated for the nutrients with the appropriate UK dietary reference values. Did you meet macro and micronutrient recommendations? Could your diet be improved? Make appropriate recommendations to help improve your diet. What are the limitations of this method of dietary assessment?
Conclusions (5%) Give a concluding summary of your main findings, avoid giving new information
References (10%) Correct in text referencing, you should include a reference list of all sources you have used, using the LJMU Harvard referencing system.
Appendices (5%) Include the full Nutritics report to show you have correctly analysed your diet and any other relevant materials you have used that are not specified above.

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2500 words s.1- Report (50%): Record everything you eat and drink over a period

2500 words
s.1- Report (50%):
Record everything you eat and drink over a period of 24-hours.
Analyse the nutritional content of your 24-hour dietary recall using Nutritics (do not use any other dietary assessment package). Look at all the macronutrients and choose three relevant micronutrients to focus on (you must justify your choices with appropriate references).
Compare the nutritional intake to appropriate UK Dietary Reference Values.
Write a scientific report about the adequacy of your days diet, how it compares to the appropriate dietary references values, how nutritionally adequate it was and how it could be improved.
Assessment Criteria:
Utilise relevant knowledge on energy and macronutrients.
Show evidence of independent study
Use correct academic writing style and give facts, recommendations, detail and examples as appropriate with correct Harvard referencing.
Marking criteria
Title (5%) Please choose an appropriate title for the report
Introduction (10%) Provide a short introduction (one or two paragraphs will be sufficient) to give some background detail and introduce the task.
Methods (15%) Explain the methods used to both collect (including whether amounts of food items were weighed or estimated) and analyse the dietary data (Nutritics) and compare them to appropriate dietary reference values. Also state which three micronutrients you choose to analyse and why you chose them.
Results (25%) In this section you need to include a copy of your 24-hour dietary recall and a table of your nutritional assessment. You can include the full Nutritics report as part of the appendices. You should include a short paragraph to give a desсrіptive summary of the main results within this section.
Discussion (25%) Use your knowledge of nutrition, health and physical activity issues to discuss the results and the adequacy of your diet. Compare the intake calculated for the nutrients with the appropriate UK dietary reference values. Did you meet macro and micronutrient recommendations? Could your diet be improved? Make appropriate recommendations to help improve your diet. What are the limitations of this method of dietary assessment?
Conclusions (5%) Give a concluding summary of your main findings, avoid giving new information
References (10%) Correct in text referencing, you should include a reference list of all sources you have used, using the LJMU Harvard referencing system.
Appendices (5%) Include the full Nutritics report to show you have correctly analysed your diet and any other relevant materials you have used that are not specified above.

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You have been asked by your upper management to give a presentation on your poli

You have been asked by your upper management to give a presentation on your policies for recruitment, hiring, retention and labor. Your policies have been designed to fully comply with existing federal laws and follow current industry guidance, as documented by published credible research and federal regulations.
Review the assigned reading and other appropriate resources (limited to government regulations and scholarly research) to develop your policies. Create a PowerPoint® presentation of at least 6 slides that provide a general summary of the following areas:
Recruitment
Hiring
Retention
Labor Policies
Write a narration sсrіpt to accompany each slide and record your narration in PowerPoint. Introduce yourself on the title slide, saying your name, the date, and the title of your presentation. Your recorded presentation should be a minimum of 2 minutes and a maximum of 4 minutes.
Submit your narration sсrіpt, with the text for each slide clearly identified by a slide number heading, along with your list of references in APA style on a separate Word document.

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he CFS HLPE-FSN is looking for ad hoc experts to publish the report on: “Strengthe

he CFS HLPE-FSN is looking for ad hoc experts to publish the report on: “Strengthening urban and peri-urban food systems to achieve food security and nutrition in the context of urbanization and rural transformation”, to be to be launched in June 2024.

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Assignment: Students will be tasked with selecting a disease/disorder that affec

Assignment: Students will be tasked with selecting a disease/disorder that affects any part of the digestive tract. They will then provide a minimum of 500 words report that highlights the cause and severity of the disorder, how it affects the traditional function of the digestive tract and provides all viable treatments for the disorder.
Guidelines for Paper
Minimum 500 words, 12 pt font, 1” margins, double spaced
Must have a reference page in either MLA or APA format. Provide in-text citations.
Submit as a PDF file