1) S: Karen wants to lose weight but she is a very busy mother
O: Karen is 55 tall, weighs 170 pounds and she weighed 135 pounds when she got married
A: Karen is not getting the nutritional requirements she needs in order to be healthy. She only makes
1. Marthas possible cues to eating have to do with both external cues and internal cues. She states
that because the house is empty, it is very hard for her to get involved in outside activity.
However, when she steps out to run errands, she rewards herse
1. The stage of change that the client is in is the contemplation stage because he is aware
there is a problem as indicated by his physician so he made an appointment with a
dietician. However, when the dietician asked him if he knew about the different f
Are these GOOD or BAD? Why? What would improve them?
Student will know what a carbohydrate is. (bad)
-Students will know what carbohydrates are, where they are found and why they are so important in the
Understand healthy food options (bad)
Five Day Food Plan Tracker
Student Name: Diet Assigned: Low Sodium Diet
Use this form to record your intake for the 5 days of the assignment.
-2 unseasoned boiled
eggs eaten whole
-Glass of water
Scrambled eggs with
Low Sodium Diet
The low sodium diet that was given to me was extremely hard to follow. I never knew how much salt I
consume on a daily basis until I tried this diet. Normally, my breakfast and lunch each contain a teaspoon
of salt and my dinner usually co