Listen do whatever you need to do for this paper and chart to just make it sound like it was done correctly. For the part of the family history my family does have something with diabetes. The chart is a must have with the summary. I really need this so please do good.
Pick a week, do not pick a week that you are on a diet.
There are charts telling you the Estimated Energy Requirements (EER), Adequate Intakes (AI) and Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA). You will need to use these to get an idea of how much you should eat and drink.
Try looking for the charts or something close to it that you think will do.
You are going to Do a 5 day chart of what you eat and drink. When you list a drink other than water, dont name the drink, just list how much you have 12 oz, 16oz, ect. Then look at the chart and list all the entries needed for that drink.
List the food item, quantity, energy/calorie, protein, carb, fiber, fat, calc, sodi and vit. C. Put in chart form.
Total each day of each item. ( I will not accept a chart with a small amount of calories eaten, example under 750 a day everyday nor a chart with the same foods eaten every day, example water, taco and apple, water taco and apple, water taco and apple.)
Compare your totals with the RDA and compare how you eat each day. See if there is a pattern of a certain type of food that you consume or the lack of.
Refer back to your family health history that you prepared Week I, Write a summary (1 page) of possible health problems you have now or may encounter in the future. When looking at both the chart and your history what could you change to improve your health.