First, using the ABCDs of nutritional assessment, write a brief nutritional assessment that includes: An analysis of Sally's anthropometrics. Include % desirable body weight, % weight change, and BMI. The significance of her biochemical data. Do her lab values indicate optimal blood sugar control? 2. Now that you have analyzed Sally's objective data, list the indicators of potential nutritional problems (nutritional risks). For each nutritional problem, list one intervention that could be tried. 3. Using the Exchange lists for meal planning (loacted in the Appendix), or food labels, estimate the number of grams of total carbohydrates in each of Sally s meals. 4. Explain to Sally how she can count the total carbohydrate intake for herself. Be specific: will she need measuring cups, etc.? How can she use the exchange lists? How should she read a food label to get grams of carbohydrates? 5. Using her 24-hour recall, explain to her how to determine the amount of NovoLog to take with her meals.
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