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Please answer the following questions relevant to this case study. 1. Using the format of the Australian Dietary Guidelines, identify whether James’s daily eating patterns are meeting the guidelines relevant to him. James daily eating patterns does not meet the guidelines relative to her. Amber does not select amounts of nutritious food and drinks to meet her energy needs. 2. Using the Eat For Health Educator Guide (found in the additional resources), suggest how James could change his habits to achieve healthy dietary patterns. James needs to eat a variety of nutritious foods from five groups every day, needs to improve on consuming more vegetables including different types and colours, and legume,beans , fruit, grain foods such as amaranth,arrowroot,buckwheat,cassava,millet,quinoa,rice,sorghum, soy ,tapioca which are all gluten free options. James needs more dairy including milk, yoghurt, cheese and or their alternatives, aswell as eating more lean meats such as Fish and chicken. Consuming more gluten free carbohydrates throughout the day will help James when it comes to exercise and speed up his recovery. 3. Should you refer James to an allied health professional? If so, to whom and why? Yes, I would recommend to he going to see a nutritionists so that he can get the knowledge and help with assisting him to be able to reach his daily requirements with as many gluten free options as possible. Case Study 4 Linda is a 21-year-old student in her final year at university. She is also a very talented distance runner and is hoping to qualify for the next Olympic Games in the marathon. Linda's goal is to meet the qualifying standard in the next 12 months, so she has increased her training load and intensity to help achieve this. Between her increased training volume and her studies for university, her diet has not been a priority, and she is seeking guidance on how to modify her diet to support her training and lifestyle goals. An example of her daily diet includes having Nutri Grain cereal for breakfast with semi-skimmed
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milk, followed by cheese and ham sandwiches for lunch, and pasta for dinner. She tries to drink 1.5 litres of water each day, but also has three or four black coffees each day. Linda prepares her own food, but at times, she forgets to put the milk back in the fridge after using it in the morning. She regularly arrives home in the afternoon and only then puts the milk back in the fridge. Please answer the following questions relevant to this case study. 1. Using the format of the Australian Dietary Guidelines, identify whether Linda’s daily eating patterns are meeting the guidelines relevant to her. Linda daily eating patterns does not meet the guidelines relative to him. Olly does not select amounts of nutritious food and drinks to meet her energy needs. 2. Using the Eat For Health Educator Guide (found in the additional resources), suggest how Linda could change her habits to achieve healthy dietary patterns.
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  • Fall '19
  • Nutrition, Australian dietary guidelines, Linda Alex

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