Case study 1.2010 - NUFS 124 Mid-term exam 2010 Karen is a...

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NUFS 124 Mid-term exam 2010 Karen is a soccer player for a NCAA, division I college. This is her second year in college, is a pre-med student, a 4.0 GPA student, and somewhat of an introvert, as described by her teammates. She has been referred to you, the sports nutritionist, by her athletic trainer secondary to a recent stress fracture. She has been sick three times this year with reoccurring colds/flu. When you asked in her initial session about her eating, she denied any difficulty, stating she thought her diet was good. But she was quite thin and admitted having recently lost some weight as a result of running in addition to her scheduled practice sessions. When further questioned, she admitted she had become a vegetarian this school year, primarily consuming grains and vegetables. A 24-hr recall suggested she only ate 1150 calories in a day, although accuracy was difficult to determine because of her avoidance of the topic and hesitation to recall her intake. She indicated she ate specific foods at specific times but the variety was limited, eating the same 3 or 4 foods most of the time. She told you that when she wakes in the morning, on occasion she finds that she was up eating in the middle of the night but has no recollection of the incident. She only knows
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Case study 1.2010 - NUFS 124 Mid-term exam 2010 Karen is a...

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