Write a reflection of how your readings and assignment for the week have enabled

Write a reflection of how your readings and assignment for the week have enabled you to meet the AACN DNP Essential: II.2b / VIII.7. Also, note if your learning has contributed to your knowledge of other key DNP Essentials.
The reflection should be written in a narrative format and give insights into your professional experiences, analyzing how the weekly topic contributes to your professional growth as it relates to the aligned Essentials and the Course Learning Outcomes for this week
APA format, references if needed

 

 

I will need to explain the paper in detail to the writer. I already have the int

I will need to explain the paper in detail to the writer. I already have the intro completed and know what direction I want the paper to take. I will provide an outline so the writer will be able to get to work quickly and now have to start from scratch. The most important aspect of this assignment is that the writer will have to read 8 short research articles in detail to be able to write this paper. The paper is a Systematic Review of the effect of gardening experiences on fruit and vegetable consumption in adolescents using the 8 articles provided. If the writer knows of or needs to add articles to enhance the paper, he/she can! Just not more than two additional ones.

 

 

Please watch this video walk through for how to complete this assignment: Dietar

Please watch this video walk through for how to complete this assignment: Dietary Analysis Part II Overview
Step 1: Creating a Profile
1. Go to the following website: https://cronometer.com/ IMPORTANT: Instructions below apply to the web-based Cronometer application. Do NOT use the mobile device App.
2. Click on Sign Up for Free in the middle of the screen.
Create your profile by entering your school email and password (8 characters).
Next, enter your sex, birth date, height, and weight. For females, leave as normal unless you are pregnant or lactating, which can be selected from the drop down menu.
Click the check box to agree to Terms of Service and click Create Account at the bottom of the screen.
3. Once you have entered the Cronometer site, click on SETTINGS at the top of the screen. Once you open SETTINGS, you will see a drop down for PROFILE. It is here you will see your ACTIVITY LEVEL. Also, the email settings are in the SETTINGS then ACCOUNT tab.
Under email, be sure to uncheck any checked boxes. Leaving these boxes checked results in promotional emails from Cronometer. Cronometer is not endorsed by UMGC, and we do not support any fad diet information that may be sent to you.
4. Staying in Profile, using the drop down menu, adjust your Activity Level to the appropriate selection based on your habits and lifestyle. Clicking on Activity Level can provide guidance on which activity level is appropriate for your lifestyle.
Note: for this project, do not link your Cronometer account with any fitness tracking devices as it may alter the accuracy of your results for this project.
Step 2: Using the Food Database
1. To begin entering your foods for Day 1, ensure you are under the Diary tab at the top of the screen.
2. Select the appropriate calendar date. It is highly recommended that you enter all three food diaries at once, using consecutive days on the Cronometer calendar (even if your log days were not consecutive), and use dates closest to today’s actual date. Because we are using the free version of the site, reports can only be done for the last 7 days so you will be unable to get a report for the days you enter if they are more than 7 days away. It’s not a problem to edit the dates in this way–it will not impact your results.
3. Click on Add Food at the top of the screen. Type the first food from your food log into the search bar and click Search. Select the food item that best matches the food you ate in the Search Results.
4. Choose the amount that you consumed at the bottom of the search box. Use the drop menu to select the most appropriate serving measurement and enter the number of servings. If less than 1 serving, use a decimal to indicate the percentage of one serving consumed. Click on Add Serving.
Note: Do not include any supplements into your food diary as you are doing an assessment of your dietary intake only.
5. If you need to delete a food item from your diary, simply right click on the food item and select Delete Selected Items.
6. Continue Steps 1-3 for all food items for your Day 1 Food Diary.
7. After you have entered all food and drink items for the first day, click on the gear found at the top right of the screen. Select “Mark Day Complete”.
8. Repeat for Days 2 and 3 by changing the date in the calendar. Again, ensure dates are consecutive in the Cronometer calendar; are within a 7-day window; and are as close to today’s date as possible.
Step 3: Obtaining Your Nutrition Report
1. Once you have entered all of your foods into the Diary for all three days and marked all three days as complete, you need to create your nutrition report to analyze your average intake of nutrients over the three days. Click on the Trends tab at the top of the screen. Select Nutrition Report.
2. At the top, select the parameters for your search [see screenshot below]. Ensure your 3 days are included in the last 7 days as the free version of this site only allows for averages from the last 7 days.
Select include today only if one of your three days was entered on today’s date in the Cronometer calendar.
From the drop down menu, select “Completed Days” instead of the default “All Days”. This will ensure your report is accurate and includes values for only days in which food was entered.
Do not include supplements in this report.
3. After your report is generated, take a screen shot of your Nutrition Report to show all nutrient values from Nutrition Report dates at the top down to Zinc You will likely need to take two screen shots in order to include the required data. [See sample screenshot below]. This step must be done as it is a requirement that you turn this in with the analysis.
Cronometer will give you two numbers for calories: Calories Burned and Energy
Energy: This is the amount of estimated calories consumed based on the foods you entered.
Calories Burned: This is the amount of estimated calories your body used based on your height/weight/activity level.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE ARE SIMPLY ESTIMATES BASED OFF OF A MATHEMATICAL EQUATION.
These values are not an indicator of health or nutritional status– this is only a snapshot of one day, one meal and is not intended to diagnose any deficiencies. If you have concerns about your nutritional status, please feel free to contact me personally or another healthcare professional prior to making any drastic dietary changes or adding supplements.
4. Open this file to complete the rest of the assignment. Using the Nutrition Report above, fill in the Average Eaten columns of Tables 1 and 2 of the file you just opened. In order to complete the information needed for Tables 1 and 2, please use the values in 1st column rather than the information in the Target % columns. Note that the values for macronutrients (carbs, fat, protein) are in grams and not kcals. You will need to convert grams to kcals as prompted by the tables.
Your Target values will still be determined based on Step 3: Obtaining Your Nutrition Report (Number 5 in the instructions).
Do NOT use information from the sections that are crossed out on the image below.
For remaining macronutrient components and the micronutrients, use the Nutrition Report tables to obtain the information to fill remaining average intakes for Tables 1 and 2.
Using the screenshot below as an example (vitamins in this case), you will use the 1st column values rather than the red/yellow/green bar values in the 2nd column.
5. Finish Tables 1 and 2 in the document you downloaded by using the following resources for Target or RDA/AI Nutrient values.
Macronutrients: Use the AMDRs that you learned about in your text for Target values. These can be found in their respective chapters in the text (Chapters 4, 5, and 6).
Micronutrients: Use the link below for RDA/AI values for all vitamins and minerals except Vitamins A and D. For Vitamins A and D, the units from Cronometer do not match the RDA/AI units found in the link below. While this is the most recent publication for RDA/AIs, presently IUs are the preferable measurement for vitamins A and D. As a result, Cronometer provides their results in IUs for these two vitamins. Use the following reference:
Vitamin A – RDA 3000 IU for males
RDA 2,333 IU for females
Vitamin D – RDA 600 IU for males and females
Here is a detailed reference for Dietary Reference Intakes for all vitamins and macronutrients, which will benefit the analysis portion of your paper.
The link for these values can be found by clicking here: DRI Values
You will NOT use the EAR (Estimated Average Requirements) values. You will be using the RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance) values specific for your sex and gender.
Step 4: Analysis Questions
Answer Questions 1-9 in the file you downloaded above based on your results in Tables 1 and 2. Use complete sentences and ensure proper grammar and spelling. You will need to utilize the DRI Values link in order to complete the RDA columns AND Question #8 regarding Tolerable Upper Limits. The Tolerable Upper Limits values can be found in the DRI Values link.
You will need to access the Tolerable Upper Limits page (found in the same document as the DRI Values) in order to complete Question 8. Please utilize this link: Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs): Estimated Average Requirements for Groups (usda.gov) as the link provided in the Questions 1-9 document may not always authorize user access.
2. In order to calculate the EER equation (question #2 on the Word document you have downloaded in order to complete this assignment), you will need your PA value (physical activity). Use the following PA levels for your equation based on your gender and activity level:
Men
1.0 for sedentary
1.11 for low active
1. 25 for active
1.48 for very active
Women
1.0 for sedentary
1.12 for low active
1. 27 for active
1.45 for very active
Step 5: Submission
The following should be submitted as attachments when you have completed this part of your project:
1. Nutrition Report screen shots (as .doc or .pdf file)
2. Completed Analysis to include tables and answers to diet analysis questions (found here) (as .doc or .pdf file; File extension .docm may not upload properly to Assignment folder)

 

 

Read the following article: https://www.endocrineweb.com/conditions/type-2-diabe

Read the following article: https://www.endocrineweb.com/conditions/type-2-diabetes/type-2-diabetes-causes
Write short responses.
List indicators of a reliable website.
List any red flags of quackery.
How reliable is this information?
What advice would you share with a friend with diabetes?
Reminder of the red flags:
What are red flags of quackery?
Promises of quick and easy remedies
Claims that sound too good to be true
Scare tacticsAttacks on conventional scientists and medical practitioners
Statements about the superiority of natural dietary supplements
Testimonials and anecdotes
Promotes benefits but overlooks risks
Vague, meaningless, or scientific-sounding terms
Simplistic conclusions
Sensational statements without citing references or sources
Recommendations based on a single study
Information not supported by scientific evidence
Sensational or frightening descriiptions of commonly eaten foods
References to natural cures
Dramatic generalizations
Disclaimers, usually insmall or difficult to read print

 

 

I provided you with an example on a different topic I need the format of power p

I provided you with an example on a different topic I need the format of power point to be exactly like this please.
PLEASE have the explanation and the easiest way of explaining the power point under the note section. Because I need to present this to my advisor. I have to know what I’m talking about. So for each slide explain in the note section underneath it please. thanks.

 

 

Instructions For this assignment, analyze the diet of the athlete you are assign

Instructions
For this assignment, analyze the diet of the athlete you are assigned then answer the questions. For each athlete, in addition to the foods the scenario clearly, there may be a few foods you may need to interpret. Don’t worry; there is no right or wrong for the foods you interpret and modify; you will be graded on your answer to the questions.
To analyze the athlete’s diet, use any diet analysis program or app. Your analysis must include the following nutrients: total calories, protein (g), carbohydrate (g), dietary fiber, total sugars, total fat, calcium, potassium, sodium, iron, vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, folate, thiamin, riboflavin, and niacin. If you need help finding a diet analysis program, contact your instructor.
Questions to answer: For the case you were assigned, answer the following questions. Your response must be at least 500 words.
Which nutrients do not meet the DRI in the athlete’s diet?
Which nutrients were excessive?
What foods would you suggest the athlete add to their diet to increase their intake of the low nutrients?
What foods would you suggest the athlete remove from their diet to minimize their intake of excessive nutrients?
Based on what you have learned from Nancy Clark’s guidebook, should the athlete redistribute the foods they are eating during the day?
In the assignment area, submit the following:
Diet analysis showing the foods the athlete ate and the nutrient analysis
Your report in a Word document with the answer to the questions above.
Case 2:
Kay is an aspiring Division 1 college 800 m track athlete who is 5’5″ and weighs 120 lbs. She has read various nutrition books with the hope of finding the ideal diet for her sport. From her reading, she has learned that fats yield more calories per gram than carbohydrates. In addition, she knows that dietary proteins are needed to help her muscles recover from training and additionally can be used for energy. She is now convinced that one of the popular high-fat, high protein, low carbohydrate diets are her best choice. Here is what she is eating.
Breakfast
Bacon
Eggs fried in bacon with canola oil added
Tomatoes
2-hour workout
Snack
Olives
Lunch
Chicken salad with olive oil and feta cheese
Snack
Gouda cheese chunks
Dinner
Salmon cooked in olive oil
Asparagus cooked in butter

 

 

Included is an essay that needs to only be revised to meet the professors critic

Included is an essay that needs to only be revised to meet the professors critic.
Professors critic:
While the text and older info on the internet points to salt as the reason for hypertension, it has been discovered in the last 15 years that INSULIN RESISTANCE is the initial driver of HBP. Watch this video and then see how you can integrate the content we have covered about what foods elevate insulin and cause insulin resistance.

 

 

You will discuss how diet plays an important role in preventing Diabetes and can

You will discuss how diet plays an important role in preventing Diabetes and cancer. Include the prior knowledge gained in Milestone 1 about the causes of Insulin Resistance and inflammation leading to cellular changes as they relate to the macronutrient distribution of the diet, the differences in how macronutrients affect hormonal response, and the cellular changes from industrial processed seed oils in processed food and oil based food preparation techniques. Why is obesity so closely related to the development of the most common forms of cancer – breast and colon?

 

 

You will discuss how diet plays an important role in preventing Diabetes and can

You will discuss how diet plays an important role in preventing Diabetes and cancer. Include the prior knowledge gained in Milestone 1 about the causes of Insulin Resistance and inflammation leading to cellular changes as they relate to the macronutrient distribution of the diet, the differences in how macronutrients affect hormonal response, and the cellular changes from industrial processed seed oils in processed food and oil based food preparation techniques. Why is obesity so closely related to the development of the most common forms of cancer – breast and colon?

 

 

You will discuss how diet plays an important role in preventing Diabetes and can

You will discuss how diet plays an important role in preventing Diabetes and cancer. Include the prior knowledge gained in Milestone 1 about the causes of Insulin Resistance and inflammation leading to cellular changes as they relate to the macronutrient distribution of the diet, the differences in how macronutrients affect hormonal response, and the cellular changes from industrial processed seed oils in processed food and oil based food preparation techniques. Why is obesity so closely related to the development of the most common forms of cancer – breast and colon?