Study Guide 484 Lecture Part 2The ultimate goal of collecting dietary information is to determine the nutrient contentof food that is consumed and then compare this to the standard guidelines appropriate for that individual Twenty- Four hr recall (pg.45): same as notes Food frequency (pg.45): same as notesObservation of food intake-calorie countMost accurate Excellent opportunity to assess patients' understanding of any dietary interventions and to teach specific nutrition information such as portion control strategies or nutrient content of the meal.2. Nutrition DiagnosisThe direct link between nutrition assessment and nutrition intervention. NOT a medical diagnosis A nutrition diagnosis is written in terms of a client's problem for which nutrition related activities provide the primary intervention - the goal of nutrition care is to improve the health and nutritional status of the client by impacting the underlying cause of the nutritional problem. Nutrition diagnosis and care focus on the nutritional issues that may be consequences of or contribute to the diseases. Nutrition diagnostic terms are grouped into three domains1.Intake(NI)- Domain that contains standardized nutrition diagnostic in terms that actually describe the problem related to intake of energy, nutrients, fluids, oral diet, etc.. (excessive, inadequate )2.