Personal Food Diary Guidelines
The purpose of this assignment is to increase self-awareness of the student by analyzing personal nutritional intake and activity routine throughout the course. In turn, the student will be able to help others modify their diet and activity, and improve overall wellness. An examination of a personal food and activity assessment will provide the student with essential data from which to change their health and wellness behaviors.
This assignment enables the student to meet the following course outcomes:
CO #1 Assess whether nutritional intake provides basic nutrients for optimal health and wellness. (PO #1, PO #2)
CO #2 Describe nutritional needs for optimal health and wellness
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| Family History | 10 | 10% | Discusses risk of disease related to family history, and identifies any additional risk factors pertaining to individual and potential health concerns. | Analysis of personal lifestyle on Body Systems | 40 | 40% | Completed the concept map with personal good & bad habits and potential effects of each practice (Good AND Bad). Four (4) good and four (4) poor habits are identified and analyzed. Provides literature support through citations in APA format as evidence of analysis. | Goals for Health & Wellness Improvement | 20 | 20% | Lists two (2) short term and two (2) long-term goals (SMART Goals) that will be implemented to improve your health and wellness. | Takeaways (Summary) | 10 | 10% | Summarizes two (2) lessons learned from this assignment and demonstrates how each has impacted personal health & wellness. Discuss how they will (or will not) impact current/future nutritional and exercise habits. | Total | 100 | 100% | | Grading Rubric Assignment Criteria | Outstanding or Highest Level of Performance A (92–100%) | Very Good or High Level of PerformanceB (84–91%) | Competent or Satisfactory Level of PerformanceC (76–83%) | Poor, Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of PerformanceF (0–75%) | Analysis of current diet & activity20 points | Does not just state the facts (i.e., “I didn’t take in enough Vitamin C.”), but includes the implications of the deficit/excess. Includes citations for sources