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Using the following Case Study, create a meal plan. Jackie is a healthy women. She is 45

Using the following Case Study, create a meal plan. Jackie is a healthy women. She is 45

Assignment 5.1: Case Study
Step 1: Using the following Case Study, create a meal plan.

Jackie is a healthy women. She is 45 years old and 5’7″ tall. Jackie’s current weight is 160 lbs. She exercises 4-5 times per week but is struggling to meet her goal weight. Jackie is seeking your clinical advice to lose 15 lbs in 3 months. Her target weight goal is 145 lbs.

Write a basic meal plan for your client. (At least 4 days of food plan to help Jackie get started)

Include how many calories each day she will need to consume to lose 1-2 lbs each week. I expect actual numbers you can back up (what are the specific numbers for our client Jackie? I have attached some help)
Calculate her complete macronutrient breakdown including; total carb consumption, total fat consumption, total protein consumption
Explain the rationale for all of your choices (The chapter 10 slides will help especially 21-34) What is her energy requirement to stay the same (EER)?. How many calories does she have to reduce to get to her goal? Please remember Jackie is your client not a dietitian or nutritionist.
Step 2:

After you complete the assignment, save a copy for yourself in an easily accessible place and submit to your instructor using the dropbox.

Step 1: Pull out your food journal (Assignment 2.1)

Using your own diet analysis, set up a dietary consultation as if you were with a client. The client may be fictional or yourself

Create a clear goal for your “client”. Weight loss or weight gain. It can be a made up goal or one that you have for yourself.
Analyze your diet by looking at the food entries in the and exercise over the duration of your journal (Are there too many carbs? Too few calories? Too much junk food? ) . Where is your client now and how can you optimize their health SPECIFICALLY! I need the details.
Some things to include:

Determine any dietary suggestions to get your client to their goal. What are the changes you suggest to get them to their ideal weight.
Does the client (or you) eat more or less over the weekend?
Does the client (or you) eat more or less during the week?
Do your exercise patterns change during the week compared to the weekend?
Does the macronutrient content (Fat, Protein, and Carbohydrates Percentages) work towards the overall goal for yourself or your “client”? If yes, Explain why. If no, How can you improve to meet the nutritional goal?
Based on your Food log, clients body composition, and overall health goal- determine if the goal was realistic to achieve. If yes, explain why. If not, how would you help them to create a realistic goal.
When might you check or reassess your client to see if your plan is working?
Your food/life changes recommendations paper should be a minimum of 2-3 pages in length total, properly cited reference page, 12 point font

Create a Food Journal Portfolio

Step 2:

Include:

Title page
Personal Food Journal (from week 2)
Food Journal Analysis
Food Recommendations for a fictional client or yourself
Reference Page
All components to your portfolio must be presented in essay style format, include properly cited reference page, title page, and 12 point font

Step 3: Save and Submit your assignment

After you complete the assignment, save a copy for yourself in an easily accessible place and submit to your instructor

Step 1: Track your food over the course of a minimum of 5 days either directly in the app or on paper.

Oct 28: Wednesday

Breakfast: 1 cup of coffee with vanilla creamer and sugar: calories 86, carbs 16, fat, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 0, sugars 12, fibers 0

yogurt: calories 91, carbs 16, fat 0, protein 5, cholest 5, sodium 80, sugars 10, fibers 0,

english muffin: calories 120, carbs 25, fat 1, protein 4, cholest 0, sodium 200, sugars 1, fibers 1

Lunch: turkey egg salad: calories 240, carbs 12, fat 11, protein 22, cholest 135, sodium 670, sugars 6, fibers 3

Italian salad dressing: calories 80, carbs 4, fat 7, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 340, sugars 4, fibers 0

coke zero: calories 0, carbs 0, fat 0, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 40, sugars 0, fibers 0

Dinner: two bottles of water: calories 0, carbs 0, fat 0, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 0, sugars 0, fibers 0

chicken alfredo: calories 206, carbs 5, fat 13, protein 19, cholest, sodium 635, sugars 2, fibers

garlic bread: calories 217, carbs 24, fat 11, protein 4.4, cholest 0, sodium 0, sugars 1.2, fibers 0

Oct 29: Thursday

Breakfast: 1 cup of coffee with vanilla creamer and sugar: calories 86, carbs 16, fat, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 0, sugars 12, fibers 0

one handful of honey roasted nuts: calories 170, carbs 10, fat 14, protein 4, cholest 0, sodium 0, sugars 6, fibers 2

 

Lunch: 1 cup of pineapple juice: calories 172, carbs 47, fat 0.6, protein 1, cholest 0, sodium 59, sugars 41, fibers 0.9

tuna salad: calories 383, carbs 14, fat 22.9, protein 29.7, cholest 44, sodium 807, sugars 6, fibers 0.1

1 bottle of water: calories 0, carbs 0, fat 0, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 0, sugars 0, fibers 0

Dinner: pineapple coconut smoothie: calories 120, carbs 0, fat 0, protein 0, cholest, sodium 250, sugars 0, fibers 0

1 bottle of water: calories 0, carbs 0, fat 0, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 0, sugars 0, fibers 0

banana with a scoop of peanut butter: calories 150, carbs 14, fat 9, protein 13, cholest 0, sodium 0, sugars 14, fibers

Oct 30: Friday

Breakfast: 1 cup of coffee with vanilla creamer and sugar: calories 86, carbs 16, fat, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 0, sugars 12, fibers 0

Italian salad dressing: calories 80, carbs 4, fat 7, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 340, sugars 4, fibers 0

Lunch:  Southwest salad: calories 290, carbs 28, fat 8, protein 27, cholest 70, sodium 650, sugars 11, fibers 7

Italian salad dressing: calories 80, carbs 4, fat 7, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 340, sugars 4, fibers 0

1 cup of pineapple juice: calories 172, carbs 47, fat 0.6, protein 1, cholest 0, sodium 59, sugars 41, fibers 0.9

Dinner:

curry chicken: calories 231, carbs 0, fat 5, protein 43, cholest 0, sodium 0, sugars 0, fibers 0

rice: calories 216, carbs 0.6, fat 5.3, protein 6.3, cholest 211, sodium 139, sugars 0.6, fibers 0

green beans: calories 31, carbs 7, fat 0.2, protein 1.8, cholest 0, sodium 6, sugars 3.3, fibers 2.7

coke zero: calories 0, carbs 0, fat 0, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 40, sugars 0, fibers 0

1 bottle of water: calories 0, carbs 0, fat 0, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 0, sugars 0, fibers 0

Oct 31: Saturday

Breakfast: 1 cup of coffee with vanilla creamer and sugar: calories 86, carbs 16, fat, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 0, sugars 12, fibers 0

Lunch: 2 bottles of water: calories 0, carbs 0, fat 0, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 0, sugars 0, fibers 0

Southwest salad: calories 290, carbs 28, fat 8, protein 27, cholest 70, sodium 650, sugars 11, fibers 7

Italian salad dressing: calories 80, carbs 4, fat 7, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 340, sugars 4, fibers 0

Dinner: curry salad: calories, carbs, fat, protein, cholest, sodium, sugars, fibers

diet lipton green tea: calories 0, carbs 0, fat 0, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 80, sugars 0, fibers 0

ice cream: calories 250, carbs 25, fat 15, protein 4, cholest 20, sodium 80, sugars 21, fibers 1

Nov 1: Sunday

Breakfast: 1 cup of coffee with vanilla creamer and sugar: calories 86, carbs 16, fat, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 0, sugars 12, fibers 0

yogurt: calories 91, carbs 16, fat 0, protein 5, cholest 5, sodium 80, sugars 10, fibers 0,

english muffin: calories 120, carbs 25, fat 1, protein 4, cholest 0, sodium 200, sugars 1, fibers 1

Lunch: diet lipton green tea: calories 0, carbs 0, fat 0, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 80, sugars 0, fibers 0

Dinner: celery/carrot sticks: calories 66, carbs 14.6, fat 0.6, protein 1.5, cholest 0.9, sodium 241.3, sugars 6.5, fibers 4

honey garlic wings: calories 670, carbs 1, fat 40, protein 78, cholest 365, sodium 310, sugars 1, fibers 1

1 bottle of water: calories 0, carbs 0, fat 0, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 0, sugars 0, fibers 0

1 cup of lemonade: calories 200, carbs 50, fat 0, protein 0, cholest 0, sodium 20, sugars 70, fibers 1

Give me a little summary of what you learned about your own diet from this. It does not have to be long just thoughtful. Real observations, what would I say about your diet habits.

During the few days of logging my diet, I realized that I do need to incorporate more exercise within my schedule, despite my busy schedule. Also trying to eat an overall balance diet even while on the go.  By doing the few alterations this will put me on track for weight loss as I desire.

 

 

 

These are the two clues to help with 5.1 Assignment

Jackie wants to lose 15 lbs. in three months. We need to know the daily calorie intake

To lose 1 lb. she needs to burn 3500 calories.

15 lb. x 3,500 calories= 52,500 calories

15 lb. / 12 weeks = 1.25 lb. to lose per week

1.25 lb. x 3500 calories = 4, 375

2,480 x 5 = 12,400 calories burned per week

12,400 – 4,375 = 8,025 calories

8,025 calories / 7 days =

Does this make sense? Can you take it from here? How many calories should she consume for the next 12 weeks?

Using the following Case Study, create a meal plan. Jackie is a healthy women. She is 45

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