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d. Explain the scientific basis of each author's position. Dr. Lustig studies Ornish and Atkin’s diets as well as comparing them to others and studying their overall success rates to determine the effectiveness of each and in what way they are effective. He then used this to come to his own conclusion. Dr. Ornish conducted a study to show the correlation between diet and heart disease. He found that those put on the a majorly plant based diet with little fat and a moderate amount of carbohydrates were less likely to get worse and some even got better.
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e. Indicate whether you agree with one or both researchers or have a different opinion. Explain your rationale. (15 points) I agree with a little bit of both researchers. 2. Based on what you have learned in these studies, identify three guidelines for achieving optimal health. Then describe three barriers to practicing these behaviors. Use the table to guide your response. (6 points) Healthful behaviors Barriers to healthful behaviors Mental health Be aware of one’s own emotions and address them in an appropriate and timely manner. Have a support network to turn to and talk to if something is wrong. Denying negative feelings and ignoring it. Having no friends or having friends that don’t encourage you to be your best Physical health Eat in variety and watch how much you eat over consumed nutrients and under consumed nutrients so you can adjust. Exercise regularly to maintain health Stress eating, being too busy to eat, not eating right, only eat hamburgers / no diversity of nutrients. Not exercising Physical fitness Exercise regularly and do a variety of different routines to both keep your whole body in shape and to not lose interest in what you’re doing. Eat right for the exercises you are doing and make sure to consume enough. Don’t exercise and don’t eat right 3. Name a commonly underconsumed nutrient. Then describe a long-term consequence of poor diet.

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