Evaluate How the Nutritional Plan Might Improve the Health of the Chosen Individual.

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D2: Evaluate how the nutritional plan might improve the health of the chosen individual.
There were a number of the things about the individual’s diet that I noticed firstly she doesn’t like change as she is consistent with each food she eats which is not necessarily a bad but in order for her to have a balanced diet she needs to eat a variety of foods.
However the individual hardly ever ate breakfast which isn’t good for her as she will feel tiered throughout the day. In order to avoid that I gave her a breakfast that are high in fiber along with foods that she likes. The tables are both shown below:

After Before

Being without food during the night, our brain and muscles need energy and fuel to
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There were a number of foods that I introduced to the individuals diet in order to create a healthy balanced diet. Most importantly I added a range of foods and made the tweaked the previous foods the individual had also as you can see below from the before and after:

After Before

By making simple changes like white pasta and rice to brown pasta and rice, and instead of frying the chicken boiling it or using other methods as suggested.
Focusing on the lifestyle, there has been a number of changes they were the following: Days | Exercise | Sitting | Sleep | BMI | Monday | None | 7 hours | 9 hours | 18.2 | Tuesday | None | 7 hours | 13 hours | 18.2 | Wednesday | None | 7 hours | 9 hours | 18.2 | Thursday | None | 7 hours | 9 hours | 18.2 |

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