William H Turner Technical Nutritional Needs with a Medical Condition Paper


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William H Turner Technical Arts High School

Question Description

Topic: Addressing Nutritional Needs with a medical condition

An in-depth evaluation of both objective and subjective data related to an individual's food and nutrient intake, lifestyle, and medical history.

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  • Minimum 3 references within 5 years
  • (1 must be course text)

  • Include: Pathophysiology, Nutritional Needs for assigned disease process, How Nutrition contributes to improving their disease process and health outcomes, educational needs of the patient (including foods from food group/mineral, vitamins), food supplements, and any special diet as it relates to their condition.
  • Topics include: Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus, Crohn’s disease, Thyroid disorders, low BMI, high BMI, Cancer, Cystic fibrosis, AIDS, Anorexia Nervosa, Hepatitis B, CAD.
  • APA formatted paper, 3 pages excluding title page and reference page.
  • Minimum 3 references within 5 years
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    Running Head: NUTRITION NEEDS


    Nutrition Needs


    Nutrition Needs

    The human body needs to be properly nourished for it to function normally. In a bid to
    achieve it’s physical and biological roles such as movement, growth, reproduction, and ability to
    fight diseases the body needs nutrients such as minerals. According to Flint (2019), there are two
    subcategories namely macronutrients and micronutrients, the human body is able to absorb
    important nutrients such as vitamins, proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. In case the above
    nutrients are slowly consumed, the human body is defined to be malnutrition whereas
    hyperalimentation occurs when the human body is oversupplied with nutrients.
    Combined with adequate physical activity, a balanced diet is important since it aids in
    one achieving general health. With a well-maintained weight, the chances and risks of being
    diagnosed with a chronic disease are low. Moreover, eating nutritious foods helps the body to
    detox and create new cells which fight disease-causing microorganisms hence staying away from
    sicknesses. In an instance where an individual feeds junk or nun nutritious foods, the individuals
    are likely to become malnourished. M...

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