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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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BCAA, Caffeine, Beetroot Juice, Black pepper, Cannabis For each substance (1. BC

BCAA, Caffeine, Beetroot Juice, Black pepper, Cannabis
For each substance (1. BCAA, 2. Caffeine, 3. Beetroot Juice, 4. Black pepper, 5. Cannabis), answer the questions below.
Reminder: answer the questions to apply to the athletic population. Bullet points are preferred.
• Does it Work, yes/ no for what and How much of an effect does it have (i.e. % increaase)
• How does it work? (physiology)
• How long does it last
• Consequences or side effects
• IOC/ WADA/ NCAA restrictions
• How much to take (relative, not absolute)
• When to take
• Best Brands/ specific type
• Other special considerations (storage, delivery, etc.)

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Have you thought about the link between sleep disorders, inflammation and chroni

Have you thought about the link between sleep disorders, inflammation and chronic disease? There is fantastic evidence linking sleep disorders to a rise in inflammatory cytokines and an increased risk for chronic pathologies such as cardiovascular disease. A 56 year old male patient presents with sleep apnea (in which he uses a CPAP machine), cardiovascular disease (diagnosed 6 years ago) and joint pain. He read on the internet that Hops is effective for sleep apnea. His brother who has a similar condition was prescribed L-trytophan (at a dose of 4 grams/day) which he insists is effective. The patient comes to you (the nutritional expert) wondering which advice he should take from either of these two questionable sources. Considering the inflammatory mediators that we have covered over the last two weeks in lecture, make a case for your side of this debate to illustrate why it is the preferred treatment option.
PLEASE WRITE THE DEBATE SIDING WITH L-TRYPTOPHAN!

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Part 1 – Describe and Explain in detail one of the following disorders (anorexia

Part 1 – Describe and Explain in detail one of the following disorders (anorexia, bulimia, anemia, rickets, celiac disease, high blood pressure, diabetes) Include information on the disorder, what causes it, signs and symptoms, treatment for the disorder. This is to be one page double spaced.
Part 2 – I am a celebrity chef hired to work for a Michelle Obama. Write about Michelle and include why she is famous, if she travels, her social habits and her nutritional preferences. This is to be one page double spaced.
Part 3 – Prepare a daily menu for Mrs. Obama which includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack for 3 days using the MY PLATE system. One page for each day. Include the calories and nutrients for each meal as well as the daily calorie total. The menu should be creative. The website choosemyplate.gov can be used as a guide and for recipes.
* Reference sheet must be in APA format.
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The title of this course includes “personalized nutrition”. You might have heard

The title of this course includes “personalized nutrition”. You might have heard of another term “precision nutrition”.
Please explain your understanding of the two terms. For example, do you feel they are synonyms? Make sure to explain your rationale.
These two websites have some good information and can help you have a quick start.
The US National Library of Medicine: Precision Medicine
https://medlineplus.gov/genetics/understanding/precisionmedicine/
Harvard University/The Nutrition Sources: Prevision Nutrition

Precision Nutrition


Cite at least one peer-reviewed article in AMA format to support your post.

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Personal Statement: The letter should be in the business format of your choice a

Personal Statement: The letter should be in the business format of your choice and, at a minimum, include the date, address, salutation, and closing signature. The letter must be 1-2 pages in length, word-processed, size 12 font, and double-spaced with one-inch margins. Following the business letter format, address the letter to the program director. Include the following information in the personal statement:
1. Describe your reasons for selecting dietetics as a profession.
2. Describe why you think you will be an effective dietitian.
3. Why is EMU your school of choice?
Personal information about myself:
School: Currently at Eastern Michigan University applying for a Dietetics program.
Experiences: I was interested in Health and diet and nutrition because of family cancer history. My uncle was diagnosed with colon cancer as well as my grandmother. My dad has cholesterol and blood pressure problems. My mom and I both suffer from digestive problems. I was diagnosed with Gastroparesis in High school which caused alot of symptoms such as vomiting, weight loss and alot of pain. I couldn’t eat many things and was put on a strict liquid and pureed diet. That made me realize the importance of nutrition and what we put in our body. Most of my life (starting from high school) revolved around doing alot of research and experimenting with food in order to try to get better and improve my gastroparesis. This sparked my interest and I developed alot of knowledge in nutrition. I think my experiences would help me connect with many people who struggle throughout the same things. My experiences would make me into a better dietitian because I developed a strong passion to helping people understand the importance of nurturing our body and taking care of our diet, and not following myths and diet trends that tend to do more damage than good. EMU university would be a good choice because in Michigan, there arent many universities that offer a dietetics program except for 2 in my area. I chose EMU because it is known to have a good program and I can be on campus rather than online.

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Have you thought about the link between sleep disorders, inflammation and chroni

Have you thought about the link between sleep disorders, inflammation and chronic disease? There is fantastic evidence linking sleep disorders to a rise in inflammatory cytokines and an increased risk for chronic pathologies such as cardiovascular disease. A 56 year old male patient presents with sleep apnea (in which he uses a CPAP machine), cardiovascular disease (diagnosed 6 years ago) and joint pain. He read on the internet that Hops is effective for sleep apnea. His brother who has a similar condition was prescribed L-trytophan (at a dose of 4 grams/day) which he insists is effective. The patient comes to you (the nutritional expert) wondering which advice he should take from either of these two questionable sources. Considering the inflammatory mediators that we have covered over the last two weeks in lecture, make a case for your side of this debate to illustrate why it is the preferred treatment option. Be sure to take into consideration all of the information you know about this patient

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For recipe just use stuff like steak, avacado, grilled chicken, eggs, sour dough

For recipe just use stuff like steak, avacado, grilled chicken, eggs, sour dough bread for sandwiches, ground beef, cheeses, fruits, raw honey, whole milk, etc.