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1. Final Project: Personalized Nutrition and Exercise Plan Describe briefly a current health problem or nutritional need that you are experiencing, or a health or nutrition problem you can foresee experiencing because of your family history. o There are several health problems and nutritional needs that are common in my family. My nutritional need however, is not family related and is stress induced. I currently have low iron and am underweight. I say that my being underweight is stress induced as I have a hard time eating or even keeping my food down when I do eat while being stressed. Since I have a hard time eating during this time, I have become underweight and I have developed low iron. Develop a realistic nutrition and exercise plan to summarize in a 1,400- to 1,750- word paper. Use insights from the MyPyramid Plan Web exercise, the plan must be plausible enough to be initiated within the next 30 days and continued throughout your life. The Recommended Dietary Allowances, Recommended Dietary Intakes for my age group and gender is that I need to take in 2000 calories a day, as I am a 28- year-old female that is 5’1. I also, need to be active 30-60 minutes a day. I need to take in 6 oz of grains, 2.5 cups of vegetables, 2 cups of fruits, 3 cups of milk and 5.5 ounces of meat and beans a day. My plan on MyPyramid.gov has stated the above. Include the following: o Identification of the health and nutrition problem that may be targeted I currently have low iron and am underweight. I say that my being underweight is stress induced as I have a hard time eating or even keeping my food down when I do eat while being stressed. Since I have a hard time eating during this time, I have become underweight and I have developed low iron.
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