Directions: Highlight the food(s) that meet the description for carbohydrate content 1. Type of CHO Simple Simple/soluble/insoluble Complex/insoluble Simple/complex.

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Directions: Highlight the food(s) that meet the description for carbohydrate content 1. Type of CHO Simple Simple/soluble/insoluble Complex/insoluble Simple/complex. Simple Food Items ice cream/baked potato w/skin/apple w/peel/hamburger whole wheat toast/bacon/peach/bagel cornflakes/pudding/banana/All bran cereal bran flakes/orange juice/sugar/chocolate cookie white bread/all bran/egg white/apple juice Allison is a 52yo, female. Ht: 5’3″, wt: 165 lbs, frame: small. Nutrition related labs: glucose and cholesterol abnormal bruising. Normal capillary refill; eyes PERL. Reports waking several times during the night to use the restroom. Pt is a married, para legal at a local law firm. elevated; all other labs are WNL. Skin is pale, intact w/no are 2. Which component of the nutrition assessment is missing? 3. What is her healthy body weight range? Show Calculations. 4. What percent of her healthy body weight range is she? Show Calculations. 5. How would you categorize her weight? 6. Allison is diagnosed w/T2 diabetes. Current diet recommendation is an 1800 calorie diet to promote normal serum blood glucose values. If she consumes 50% of her total calories in the form of CHO, she should consume calories of CHO and grams of CHO. Show Calculations. 7. The current fiber recommendation for females is grams of fiber/day. Words English (US) 8. Prior to diagnosis she had the following for lunch in weight. Use the external link for the USDA in Moodle to determine the following: attempt to lose an Menu item large cola (44oz.) 1 ham & cheese Lean Pocket g CHO g fiber 1 cup raw spinach 2 tablespoons ranch dressing 9. Which component(s) of MyPlate is/are missing? 10. Provide recommendations to improve the lunch listed above.

 
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