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Case Study – Fats and Heart DiseaseThis assignment supports:Module Objective 4:Recall the guidelines for fat intake including the AMDR and DRI for total fat, EFAs, saturated fat, cholesteroland trans fat ;5:Identify the major food sources of the different types of fats, including the essential fatty acids, saturated fats, andtrans fats; 7:Name risk factors for heart disease and dietary changes that reduce the risk of heart diseaseCourse Objectives 1:Analyze the basic nutrients needed for a healthy diet; 2. Apply principles of basic nutrition to individualsA case study is a description of an actual situation involving a decision, a challenge, an opportunity, aproblem or an issue faced by a person or persons.The case requires the reader to step figuratively intothe position of a particular decision maker, specifically to identify, analyze, and to propose solutions to theproblem using analysis of the situation, data analysis and research tools.Case studies in this Nutritionand Health course will utilize scenarios with dietary implications. Students will focus on correctassessment of current patient diet and potential health consequences arising from that particular diet.Nutritional advice and creating balanced diets for various patients will be included. Learners will useinformation provided in the case documents, in the course materials and from scholarly, high-levelreferences.Task:Read the following case study and answer the questions as completely as possible.Use yourtextbook, notes and narrated presentations.Include complete rationales for your answers.You mayneed to perform additional research to answer some of the questions.Citations will be in standard APAformat.Due in the appropriate D2L ASSIGNMENTS Dropbox folder by the date listed in the course

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