There are extensive job openings for a nutritionist and they continue growing. Now, everyone wants to know the secret to lose weight a healthy way. Nutritionist have the answer. As a young student in high school, I’ve become interested to excel in the field of nutrition and become a nutritionist after I complete the requirements. A nutritionist helps everyone from families, large groups, and even hospitals and cafeteria’s to make healthy diets.
I provide an additional handout for parents to combat picky eating and empower families to make healthy food choices. I have also designed a “picture-graph” style coloring recipe guide to accompany each recipe and recommended serving
Smoking leads to a risk of developing mental and physical disease. This includes lung cancer, coronary heart disease and death through a stroke. Smoking also increases the chances of blood clotting. Nicotine also increases blood pressure and heart rate and thus the body's demand for oxygen, but carbon monoxide reduces the blood's ability to carry it. [IMAGE] Obesity can be self-inflicted by the following: · Eating too many calories · Lack of physical exercise · Environmental factors · Cultural factors · Metabolism factors Obesity can cause heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, hernias, varicose veins and gallstones.
One out of every three Americans face obesity and it’s caused mainly by the unhealthy foods that people consume daily. In fast foods, there are high levels of sugar and fat, which are the main causes of obesity. From these fats and sugars, calories are taken in and when they aren’t burned off, it is stored as extra fat, causing many to be overweight. Obesity is also the beginning of many other diseases and health problems. One would be type 2 diabetes.
"Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder on an overwhelming dread of becoming fat. The result of this unfounded fear is self-starvation and major weight loss. In addition, the undernourishment may cause hormonal disturbances, anemia, heart problems, brittle bones and many other problems, some of which are life-threatening ("Anorexia Nervosa," 1). Bulimia is an eating disorder that is psychological in origin and can have dire physical consequences. While anorexics starve themselves, bulimics binge on food and then purge by self-induced vomiting.
Because of the serious complication, the purposes of teaching plan for diabetes patient are to optimize blood glucose control, optimize quality of life, and prevent chronic and potentially life-threatening complications. Before beginning, it is important to have a list of goals and objectives that are formulated by the nurse. The goals for this teaching are the patient will verbalized understanding how to inject insulin and monitor the patient's blood glucose daily at home by her/him-self. Outcome determination is, therefore, a critical skill for successfully intervening with patients. Two behavioral Objectives for the teaching plan Within 30 minutes of teaching lesson, the patient will be able to injection insulin properly.
Henderson’s theory was to help each person obtain independence so each person could contribute to their own health or recovery. Nurses serve the patient and care for them until they are able to care for themselves. Henderson’s nursing theory is based on fourteen components of human need. Some of those needs are physiological, such as the need to eat and drink regular, breathe normally, eliminate body waste, move and maintain posture, sleep, keep body temperature within normal range, maintain clean and well-groomed body, and to dress appropriately. The spiritual component is to worship according to one’s faith.
With this community health nursing can be explained as a practice of taking care of the family from the child trough to the elderly on how to live a healthy and productive life, they provide a continuous service making sure that the physical and mental state of all individuals is good and also not prone to any chronic or risky diseases. Community health nurses are not restricted to the care of a particular age or diagnostic group. Contribution of all clients of health care are encouraged in the development of community activities that contribute to the promotion, education, and maintenance of good health. These activities require full health programs that pay special attention to socio-ecologic controls and specific populations at risk. Community health nurses are valued for their adaptive and ability to provide care in many ways, including community health clinics, churches, homeless shelters, and schools.
Because I was able to experience the business and clinical aspects of nutrition, I decided to get the foodservice experience of nutrition. Currently, I am the Student Manager Intern at Littlefield Patio Café. As a Student Manager Intern, I have created binders that are user friendly for new workers. The binders include the employees’ responsibilities, food preparations and recipes, customer service, food safety guidelines, and professionalism in the work field. This helped increase
The ‘Hungry for Success’ (2002) initiative was implemented in all schools in Scotland in 2003, with an aim to improve school meals. As children “become more independent they are increasingly responsible for making their own food choices as parental influence decreases” (Wardley et al., 1997:75). The objective of the initiative was to ensure that all pupils were encouraged to make informed decisions when eating within school. Healthier food choices were readily available to all children, therefore allowing children to choose healthier options. School menus were reviewed in order to provide better nutrition and children were offered salads and free fruit was available to all infants (Scottish Executive, 2005).