Evaluate How the Nutritional Plan Might Improve the Health of the Chosen Individual
In order to avoid that I gave her a breakfast that are high in fiber along with foods that she likes. The tables are both shown below: After Before Being without food during the night, our brain and muscles need energy and fuel to function. And the glucose in the food (as well as the vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber, and protein) is how we get this energy. With this rush of nutrients and glucose to our brains we are better able to concentrate, focus, be productive, and be in better spirits. There are no major health issues by not eating breakfast.
I have already listed a few benefits to eating breakfast, but there are more benefits, such as: Eating high-energy foods for breakfast could help to boost short-term memory * People who rarely eat breakfast consume more fat and fewer nutrients like calcium, potassium and fiber than regular breakfast-eaters and “often” breakfast-eaters * A study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that breakfast-skippers are more likely to have worse cholesterol levels and insulin sensitivity than breakfast-eaters * Eating a breakfast that’s high in fiber and carbohydrates could help you feel less tired throughout the day, While changing the individuals diet, made a few changes that could make the individuals diet healthier. They were the following: * From fried chicken to boiled or oven chicken * White pasta and rice to brown pasta and rice * I added vegetables, which were streamed to maintain its nutrients While changing the individual’s diet, I also focused on the preparation. When making food, preparation is key, the preparation of the food determines whether the food is healthy or not.
By making food that has a lot of vegetable oil; it won’t be as healthy as making food with olive oil, for that reason. The type of preparation I changed was the type of oil being used by the individual and excluding any type of frying. Instead of frying I added other types of methods like boiling, using the oven and steaming vegetables. The preparation differentiates weather the food will be 500 calories or 1000 calories. In order to improve the individual’s diet I made sure to eliminate vegetable oil because there has been recent evidence conducted that any amount vegetable oil, is unhealthy for our body. As it the polyunsaturated fats in vegetable oil can cause many health problems, including heart disease.
However by using olive oil within the recommended limit, is healthier to our body as olive oil is nature’s storehouse of many healthful nutrients like vitamins A, E, D and K. Other nutrients found in olive oil are: * Magnesium-rich chlorophyll encourages formation of healthy red blood cells. * Squalene, a precursor to phytoesterols, helps reduce acidity. * Phytoesterols (in the form of beta-sitosterol) assists in preventing cholesterol absorption. * Caffeic and gallic nutrients stimulate the flow of bile which helps alkalise food coming out of the stomach, reducing stress on the pancreas. * Phenolic compounds protect against fermentation of fats and cholesterol, and may promote higher production of fat-digesting enzymes in the pancreas. Cycloartenol lowers the amount of cholesterol in free circulation and increases excretion of bile to mop up excess acidity and increase alkalinity of the food coming out of the stomach. Olive Oil has been shown to have beneficial effects on virtually every aspect of body function, development and maintenance, including brain development, bone structure, digestion, aging process, the condition of skin and hair, metabolism, and on plaque formation in the blood vessels. There were a number of foods that I introduced to the individuals diet in order to create a healthy balanced diet. Most importantly I added a range of foods and made the tweaked the previous foods the individual had also as you can see below from the before and after: After Before
By making simple changes like white pasta and rice to brown pasta and rice, and instead of frying the chicken boiling it or using other methods as suggested. Focusing on the lifestyle, there has been a number of changes they were the following: Days| Exercise| Sitting | Sleep| BMI| Monday | None| 7 hours| 9 hours | 18. 2 | Tuesday| None| 7 hours| 13 hours | 18. 2 | Wednesday| None| 7 hours| 9 hours | 18. 2 | Thursday| None| 7 hours| 9 hours | 18. 2 | Friday| None| 7 hours| 9 hours | 18. | Saturday | None| 7 hours| 8 hours | 18. 2 | Sunday | None | 7 hours| 9 hours| 18. 2 | Before Days| Exercise| Sitting | Sleep| BMI| Monday | Long distance walking| 3 hours | 8 hours| 18. 2 | Tuesday| Long distance walking| 3 hours | 8 hours| 18. 2 | Wednesday| Netball| 3 hours | 8 hours| 18. 2 | Thursday| Long distance walking| 3 hours | 8 hours| 18. | Friday| Football | 3 hours| 8 hours | 18. 2 | Saturday | Long distance walking| 3 hours| 8 hours | 18. 2 | Sunday | Long distance walking | 3 hours | 8 hours | 18. 2 | After It’s visible that the individual doesn’t do much exercise apart from walking to and from school, which isn’t much. For that reason I asked her the type of exercise she interested in but she will also do such as: long distance walking which is walking for about 30 min a destinations and other sports that she enjoys like football and netball.
They are both the individuals two favourite sport, by giving her these sports she will be more dedicated to exercising because if I gave her two sports she doesn’t like she wouldn’t be as motivated. We also focused on other aspect like the amount of hours she sits down during the day; the recommended amount is 3 hours which I also recommended for the individual however that is not including the time she is at school. The individual sleeps between 8-13 hours and it is recommended to sleep 8 hours a day for that reason I will stick to the recommended amount. By successfully changing the individual’s diet and lifestyle I believe that she will live a healthier life style.