Question: No SIM 12:58 PM @ * 100% Done: Project-FALL 2018 – Section V (1 of 4) Instructions: 1. Based on y…


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No SIM 12:58 PM @ * 100% Done: Project-FALL 2018 - Section V (1 of 4) Instructions: 1. Based on your BMI result and the overall results of your diet analysis, provide a clear statement that appropriately assesses your current state of health. The statement must be supported with a written justification that specifically uses your BMI value and the data from your calculated AVERAGED intakes obtained during your initial diet analysis. 2. Review the specified nutrients that were compared in Part 1B and identify one (1) nutrient intake value that represents a potential problem area. (eg. low calcium levels, high cholesterol levels etc.). If values for the specified nutrients are all good, then review the overall copy of your averaged nutrient report and identify another problem area. Consult your instructor if no problem areas are identified 3. Conducting Research: Now research the potential health effects (both short term and long-term) of your identified problem nutrient area as wel as ways to manage/prevent/reverse potentially adverse conditions related to your problem; also research in particular lifestyle changes that could be implemented (dietary and/or physical) to improve the problem. Additionally from your research determine one (1) dietary change you can reasonable implement based on your findings to improve the identified problem area. Take notes of your findings. These notes do not need to be included in your submission 4. Draft a testable hypothesis related to your proposed change. You will be able to improve on your hypothesis in Part 2B. Use the if-then format (eg. If..... 5. Using all the information gathered in 2-4 above, submit a 1/2-1 page (1-1.5 spacing, 12 pt. font) summary of your findings (with in-text-citation used and a work cited reference list provided); Use a min. of three (3) references. Specifically incorporate your identified problem area, your proposed dietary change(s) and your hypothesis in your summary. The required referencing format for this and the ENTIRE PROJECT IS CSE- CITATION SEQUENCE (SE-CS) format. DUE DATE Part 2A: Section V: Thurs. 11th Oct. 2018 (See Rubric below) TO BE SUBMITTED (Use Rubric along with instructions as your guide) a. Statement that assesses overall health with required justification. b. Written summary with appropriately cited researched findings as specified above (2A-5) and that includes your identified problem nutrient area, your proposed dietary change and your DRAFT testable hypothesis. (Use the if... then... format for your hypothesis [10] c. In text citation and a minimum of three (3) references required. (In text citation and a complete reference list in CSE-C-S) format IS REQUIRED for all references used in Part 2A. Plagiarism in Part 2A will result in a ZERO for this section Rubric for Part 2A: points Max Worth 15

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No SIM 12:58 PM @ * 100% Done: Project-FALL 2018 – Section V (1 of 4) Instructions: 1. Based on your BMI result and the overall results of your diet analysis, provide a clear statement that appropriately assesses your current state of health. The statement must be supported with a written justification that specifically uses your BMI value and the data from your calculated AVERAGED intakes obtained during your initial diet analysis. 2. Review the specified nutrients that were compared in Part 1B and identify one (1) nutrient intake value that represents a potential problem area. (eg. low calcium levels, high cholesterol levels etc.). If values for the specified nutrients are all good, then review the overall copy of your averaged nutrient report and identify another problem area. Consult your instructor if no problem areas are identified 3. Conducting Research: Now research the potential health effects (both short term and long-term) of your identified problem nutrient area as wel as ways to manage/prevent/reverse potentially adverse conditions related to your problem; also research in particular lifestyle changes that could be implemented (dietary and/or physical) to improve the problem. Additionally from your research determine one (1) dietary change you can reasonable implement based on your findings to improve the identified problem area. Take notes of your findings. These notes do not need to be included in your submission 4. Draft a testable hypothesis related to your proposed change. You will be able to improve on your hypothesis in Part 2B. Use the if-then format (eg. If….. 5. Using all the information gathered in 2-4 above, submit a 1/2-1 page (1-1.5 spacing, 12 pt. font) summary of your findings (with in-text-citation used and a work cited reference list provided); Use a min. of three (3) references. Specifically incorporate your identified problem area, your proposed dietary change(s) and your hypothesis in your summary. The required referencing format for this and the ENTIRE PROJECT IS CSE- CITATION SEQUENCE (SE-CS) format. DUE DATE Part 2A: Section V: Thurs. 11th Oct. 2018 (See Rubric below) TO BE SUBMITTED (Use Rubric along with instructions as your guide) a. Statement that assesses overall health with required justification. b. Written summary with appropriately cited researched findings as specified above (2A-5) and that includes your identified problem nutrient area, your proposed dietary change and your DRAFT testable hypothesis. (Use the if… then… format for your hypothesis [10] c. In text citation and a minimum of three (3) references required. (In text citation and a complete reference list in CSE-C-S) format IS REQUIRED for all references used in Part 2A. Plagiarism in Part 2A will result in a ZERO for this section Rubric for Part 2A: points Max Worth 15

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