1. Below you will find 3 folders. One for Billie, one for Charles and one for Sterling.  In each one you will get information about a young person. The information will include a case study worksheet, Daily Food Log and an Intake vs Goals Diet & Wellness report from MindTap’s D&W,  lifestyle choices, and  family history. All of this information is relevant and should be considered in your answers.

Scenario: Billie

Billie is 16 years old and in generally good health. Her weight is normal for her height, and she watches her calorie intake to keep it that way. She participates in extracurricular activities in school, including chorus. Her main physical activity is a gym class once a week. She enjoys spending time with her friends, especially playing video games in her bedroom. She knows it’s not a great habit, but recently she has started smoking a few cigarettes each day. Both of her parents (aged 39 and 42) are also in good health. Her mother’s parents (aged 62 and 66) live nearby, and she spends a lot of time with them. They are also healthy and physically active, although her grandfather has started joking about how his wife seems to be “shrinking” and getting shorter every year. Her father’s dad is still living, but her father’s mom passed away recently after complications from hip surgery.

 

Billie is at risk for osteoporosis. Billie’s Daily Food Log and Intake vs Goals report is attached.

 

List 2 risk factors that Billie cannot change List 2 lifestyle risk factors that she can change 2 dietary risk factors 2 foods or beverages that she can add to her regular diet to reduce her risk
 

 

     
 

 

     

terling’s Worksheet, Intake vs. Goals Report & Food Log

Sterling’s Worksheet, Intake vs. Goals Report & Food Log

COPY AND PASTE THE WORKSHEET BELOW & ANSWER THE QUESTIONS

SUBMIT COMPLETED WORKSHEET IN THE SUBMISSION SECTION

 

 

Sterling is a 30-year-old College graduate. Currently he works for the Federal Government as program analyst. During the pandemic Sterling was promoted, so work has been extremely busy. Despite working from home, he has  had little time to cook or exercise. During his annual physical, the doctor reported that he had gained fifty pounds. Sterling wondered if it came from the beer, he drank one every evening. Sterling exercises about an hour on Saturday & Sunday. He used to exercise daily when he was a college athlete. His lab work and blood pressure were not the best either. The doctor counseled him and referred him to the nutritionist. Sterling shared that his father suffered a heart attack at age 50 and his mother has hypertension, he realizes that his risk for cardiovascular disease is high. He described a typical a 1-day dietary intake with the nutritionist.

  1. Complete the table below to give Sterling some basic starting information and advice to reduce his risk for Cardiovascular disease (CVD).                                                 Use your textbook as your reference.
  Current values that put him at risk for CVD What are the recommended values to reduce these risks for CVD? List 1 specific lifestyle change for each value that might help Sterling reduce these risks for CVD.
BMI 33    
Cholesterol 280    
LDL 150    
HDL 30    
Triglycerides 200    
Blood Pressure 160/100    
Exercise
  1. minutes/week
   
Alcohol Intake 12 oz beer/ daily    

 

  1. Complete the table below with some specific dietary changes Sterling can make right away to reduce his risk of cardiovascular disease.
  Sterling’s Typical Diet  
Morning

meal & snack

2 scrambled eggs with cheddar cheese 2 healthy diet changes you can propose.

 

3 slices bacon
2 slices white toast w/ margarine
1 cup whole milk
 
1 apple
16.9  ounces water
Afternoon meal & snack 6 ounces ground beef patty on Bun 2 healthy diet changes you can propose.

 

1 ounce provolone cheese
Mayo/Mustard
Caesar Salad with Croutons
¼ cup Caesar dressing
12-ounce Pepsi
 
16.9 ounces water
1 bag of Microwave popcorn
Evening

meal & snack

6-ounce grilled chicken breast 2 healthy diet changes you can propose.

 

1 Baked potato w/ sour cream  & margarine

& bacon bits

½ cup Broccoli
16 ounces Sweet Tea
1 slice chocolate cake
1cup vanilla ice cream
16-9 ounces water
12-ounce Beer

 

terling’s Worksheet, Intake vs. Goals Report & Food Log

Sterling’s Worksheet, Intake vs. Goals Report & Food Log

COPY AND PASTE THE WORKSHEET BELOW & ANSWER THE QUESTIONS

SUBMIT COMPLETED WORKSHEET IN THE SUBMISSION SECTION

 

 

Sterling is a 30-year-old College graduate. Currently he works for the Federal Government as program analyst. During the pandemic Sterling was promoted, so work has been extremely busy. Despite working from home, he has  had little time to cook or exercise. During his annual physical, the doctor reported that he had gained fifty pounds. Sterling wondered if it came from the beer, he drank one every evening. Sterling exercises about an hour on Saturday & Sunday. He used to exercise daily when he was a college athlete. His lab work and blood pressure were not the best either. The doctor counseled him and referred him to the nutritionist. Sterling shared that his father suffered a heart attack at age 50 and his mother has hypertension, he realizes that his risk for cardiovascular disease is high. He described a typical a 1-day dietary intake with the nutritionist.

  1. Complete the table below to give Sterling some basic starting information and advice to reduce his risk for Cardiovascular disease (CVD).                                                 Use your textbook as your reference.
  Current values that put him at risk for CVD What are the recommended values to reduce these risks for CVD? List 1 specific lifestyle change for each value that might help Sterling reduce these risks for CVD.
BMI 33    
Cholesterol 280    
LDL 150    
HDL 30    
Triglycerides 200    
Blood Pressure 160/100    
Exercise
  1. minutes/week
   
Alcohol Intake 12 oz beer/ daily    

 

  1. Complete the table below with some specific dietary changes Sterling can make right away to reduce his risk of cardiovascular disease.
  Sterling’s Typical Diet  
Morning

meal & snack

2 scrambled eggs with cheddar cheese 2 healthy diet changes you can propose.

 

3 slices bacon
2 slices white toast w/ margarine
1 cup whole milk
 
1 apple
16.9  ounces water
Afternoon meal & snack 6 ounces ground beef patty on Bun 2 healthy diet changes you can propose.

 

1 ounce provolone cheese
Mayo/Mustard
Caesar Salad with Croutons
¼ cup Caesar dressing
12-ounce Pepsi
 
16.9 ounces water
1 bag of Microwave popcorn
Evening

meal & snack

6-ounce grilled chicken breast 2 healthy diet changes you can propose.

 

1 Baked potato w/ sour cream  & margarine

& bacon bits

½ cup Broccoli
16 ounces Sweet Tea
1 slice chocolate cake
1cup vanilla ice cream
16-9 ounces water
12-ounce Beer