Instructions https://youtu.be/coGdI1qaZ8M After watching the video about Social

Instructions

After watching the video about Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) and answering the interactions within the PlayPosit bulb, discuss SDOH from a diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice viewpoint. Use an example from one of the six common domains of SDOH (economic stability, neighborhood, education, food, community/social support, and health care system) to form your response.
Diversity: Who is or isn’t represented when we discuss social determinants of health, and what can we do about it? How do we change it?
Equity: What are some assumptions made around social determinants of health?
Inclusion: Who is or isn’t included? What can we do so that the environment is more welcome for everyone, focusing on those particularly excluded?
Justice: Choose one of the following: 1. public policy, 2. institutional practices, or 3. cultural messages, and discuss what is needed to achieve and sustain equity when we discuss social determinants of health.
Be sure to thoroughly form your answers, addressing each of the topics above, and provide examples. How does this relate to what was discussed in our weekly lesson?
Success Criteria
You’ll earn full credit by doing the following.
Creating a post that follows the instructions. Be sure to choose one domain from the Social Determinants of Health: Healthcare system

You can choose from these two topics: 1. the modes of action of immune checkpoin

You can choose from these two topics:
1. the modes of action of immune checkpoint inhibitors such as nivolumab and ipilimumab, with particular attention to interactions with the intestinal microbiome
2. the evolving therapeutic options for oestrogen-driven breast cancer and the intersection between metabolic disorders and breast cancer progression

Nutritional Analysis Students are required to complete a nutritional analysis ex

Nutritional Analysis
Students are required to complete a nutritional analysis exercise. The student will conduct an
analysis of a 24 hour period to include macronutrients, vitamins, and minerals. Information will
be organized in a table format to include: food list for 24 hours, total nutritional value of each item,
and recommended daily allowance, risks of deficiency, and recommended changes. Students will
then need to write a three page paper reflecting on their intake of foods including cultural
influences and plans to improve and or maintain good nutrition. The paper must be typed with 1”
margins, double spacing and a 12 point Times Roman font. The following guidelines will be
utilized to grade the paper:

Nutritional Analysis Students are required to complete a nutritional analysis ex

Nutritional Analysis
Students are required to complete a nutritional analysis exercise. The student will conduct an
analysis of a 24 hour period to include macronutrients, vitamins, and minerals. Information will
be organized in a table format to include: food list for 24 hours, total nutritional value of each item,
and recommended daily allowance, risks of deficiency, and recommended changes. Students will
then need to write a three page paper reflecting on their intake of foods including cultural
influences and plans to improve and or maintain good nutrition. The paper must be typed with 1”
margins, double spacing and a 12 point Times Roman font. The following guidelines will be
utilized to grade the paper:

Learning Goal: I’m working on a nutrition multi-part question and need guidance

Learning Goal: I’m working on a nutrition multi-part question and need guidance to help me learn.Top 6 carbohydrates Sources Hello to all the viewers, how are you? I have made a blog on the 6 best sources of protein. whose topic is the 6 best sources of carbohydrates which you can include in your diet, No matter whats your purpose is. whether you want to lose weight, or you want to gain weight or you want to build muscle. You can include any of these sources into your daily diet. I will talk about sources during the blog, but before that, I want to talk about something else. That is, by eating carbohydrates, we get fat. Our body fat percentage increase, this didn’t happen at all. Because in 1g carbohydrates you get 4 calories the same, in 1g protein you get 4 calories that means whether you eat carbohydrates or protein you will get the same amount of calories. But yes when you start eating too much and consume more calories And your body doesn’t need that much, which means the excess calories you intake that’s converted into fat. Nowadays many people started crash diets, low carbs diets and Many more types of fancy diets have come into the market which people are following I am not against any, but I like to tell you that carbohydrates are the fuel of your body. This is, for all the work you do throughout the day carbohydrates provide you with the energy you need for that. So If you keep the carbohydrates low for a very long time, then it can affect your overall body functioning And my experience is that when we keep avoiding and do not consume carbohydrates for a long time. Then our brain functioning is also get affected. Even you should take care of your calorie requirement throughout the day, 50 to 55 percent of it should come from carbohydrates. But this does not mean that you start eating artificial sugar. or pizza, burgers, soft drinks, don’t eat such things. Even you should choose good sources of carbohydrates for yourself But you should be careful at what quantity you consume and at what time. Now Let’s see what those best sources can be. 1st source Sweet potato Our first source is sweet potato. Due to which it provides us energy to your bodies for a long period. This is an important source of vitamin A which keeps our immunity strong And you will get plenty of fiber in it so that your gut will be healthy. It is a very good antioxidant and with 100g of sweet potato, you will get around 26g of carbohydrates.But sweet potato is not available in many seasons, then you can eat normal potatoes also, It is also equally good. 2nd source is oats Our 2nd source is oats, This is the healthiest whole grain on the planet, yes And it is also a great source of complex carbohydrates Again In which you will get a good amount of fiber And people who eat oats have good heart health. Because it decreases your bad cholesterol. Also, it controls your sugar level. So it is a very good source for diabetic people. In this, you will get a good amount of vitamins and minerals wwhi9ch will keep your health good. In 100g of raw oats, you will get 68g of carbohydrates And you can take it in breakfast or pre-workout But those who want to have pre-workout should eat 2 hours before So that it gets digested easily and provides energy while working out, By the way, there are many different oats brands available in the market But I prefer DISANO OATS, which I have been using for a long time And I like their quality. 3rd source is rice Our 3rd source is rice. White rice or brown rice. I will make a dedicated blog on this topic as of now just remember both rice is good to consume. People who have digestion problems should eat white rice. And if you want to know my personal preference I always prefer white rice. And second, it’s easy to digest. And in rice, you will get magnesium, iron, and b vitamins. In 100g of raw rice, you will get 80g of carbohydrates And If you want to know the best time to eat it, then you can eat it at lunch or you can take it post-workout also. 4 source is Quinoa Our fourth source is Quinoa, Generally, we do not eat Quinoa but we should eat it because in it along with carbohydrates, you will also get protein in good. In 100g of Quinoa along with 64g of carbohydrates, you will get also get 12 to 15g protein. This is why it is a complete food. In it, you will get vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, rich in fiber And the best part is it is naturally gluten-free. 5th source is Banana Our 5th source is Banana, In a medium-size banana, you will get 25 to 27g of carbohydrates approximately. The specialty of bananas is they easily get digested and provide you with instant energy. And it also keeps you full for a long period. However, it is not like that y get plenty of potassium in bananas. Due to this, your water Retention decreases So those people who want to gain weight can eat 2-3 bananas And those who want to lose weight can also eat bananas. My suggestion is if you go to sleep after eating a banana at night, Then your water retention will be decreased. This means no matter what’s your purpose banana is good for your health. 6th source is chapati Our sixth and last source is whole wheat chapati. Now a lot of people will say that our trainer has forbidden, In the fitness industry also a lot of people say we should not eat chapati. But I believe that this is no abstinence in eating chapati. We can eat chapati because chapati is such a popular food We have been eating wheat in every house of any country since childhood. If you eat roti, you will not have harm from it. Even it will provide you energy and the functioning of your body will be better, In the normal size, chapati is made in our homes. You will get 13 to 15g of carbohydrates. The best part about chapati is it is diabetic friendly And nowadays so many types of bread started coming into our homes On which is written whole wheat 100%. That’s why I am telling you to avoid bread and choose chapati But yes you have to eat keeping the quantity in the mind. You can eat chapati in either in lunch or at dinner So, this was our today’s belong. Hope you guys liked the best blog 6 sources of carbohydrates.
Requirements: So I have complete the answer in very short format. Thanks

Module 01 Content •Healthcare professionals would be thrilled if individuals mad

Module 01 Content
•Healthcare professionals would be thrilled if individuals made decisions about what to eat based on a solid knowledge of what constitutes a “healthy diet.” Unfortunately, that is not typically the case. Many people do not know what constitutes a healthy diet. There are also those who do know but make less healthy choices for several reasons.

The food choices that people make are influenced by a variety of factors. Factor-categories include, but are not limited to, environmental cues, socioeconomic realities, cultural/religious beliefs, and the availability of foods in the community.
In a 3-page paper, written in APA format using proper spelling/grammar, address the following:

1.Explain what nutrition is and why it is important.
2.Describe the characteristics of a healthy diet and provide supporting examples.
3.Identify at least two (2) factors (other than culture) that can impact a person’s food choices and provide a specific example for each.
4.Research a culture (e.g., ethnic, religious, dietary) where specific food restrictions are dictated and address the following:
5.Describe the restrictions.
6.Explain how the restrictions could make it difficult for an individual to achieve a healthy diet.
7.What dietary alternatives could be incorporated to overcome the dietary restrictions?
8.Cite at least 3 credible references and present the resources in APA format on the References page.
9.For information about researching a topic and assessing the credibility of resources, consult the resources below.

Part A—explore one (1) of the following professional organization’s websites, de

Part
A—explore one (1) of the following professional organization’s websites,
depending on your major
Nutrition Option
Association for Nutrition and Foodservice
Professionals at http://www.anfponline.org
Part
B—respond to the following questions as it relates to the organization you have
selected
What
is the cost of student membership?
Describe
three (3) benefits of student membership.
Identify
opportunities for professional involvement:
a.
Nutrition Option students—access the “students” tab and
select the “Chapter directory by state” and select NY. Review the invitation to
“Join/Volunteer to be on the New York ANFP Board of Directors!”
1.
Which
opportunity matches your interests, experience (if any) and career goals?
2.
Explain
the benefits of volunteering.
Explore
the organization’s entire website.
a. Identify
2 areas that you find most interesting/useful, and why?

Completed meal nutrients report Used website to analyze 24 hours of food and dri

Completed meal nutrients report
Used website to analyze 24 hours of food and
drink intake such as :https://cronometer.com/
similar
website or phone app https://www.myfitnesspal.com/food/diary/
in the settings pick nutrients to track
Discussed macro and micro nutrient deficits
and overages
Discussed only Macro nutrients or
Micronutrients but not both
Discussed the importance of macro and
micronutrients but did not specify deficits or overages
Discussed both the social and cultural
factors that influence
Discussed social or cultural factors but not
both
Discussed both food choices and exercise
choices that can improve health
Discussed general good nutrition but not
specific foods or an exercise that could correct specific deficits

Many people, athletes included, use ergogenic aids or supplements. Go to the fol

Many people, athletes included, use ergogenic aids or supplements. Go to the following website, British Journal of Sports Medicine and read the IOC’s latest on supplements. If you cannot access the article from the web, a PDF version is attached to this discussion.
This week, we will discuss ergogenic aids and/or supplements. From the list below, select one ergogenic aid/supplement. You must pick one of the ergogenic aids listed below. Do not use an ergogenic aid/supplement someone else has chosen. Once you have found an ergogenic aid/supplement, go to the Week 6 discussion and see if anyone has posted that ergogenic aid/supplement. If the ergogenic aid/supplement is not present, then open a new thread and type the ergogenic aid/supplement in the thread’s title box. This task will reserve that ergogenic aid/supplement for you. You can add the required initial discussion information any time before the expected due date. To add your discussion after posting your supplement title, select edit thread.
Now go to the APUS online library and find one published, peer-reviewed research article in a journal on that particular ergogenic aid. Do not use Muscle Magazine or a similar magazine because these are for the lay public and are not peer-reviewed. The journal article you select should be a research study that shows how your selected ergogenic aid/supplement affects athletic performance, positively or negatively.
A research article is not a review article. A research article reports the results of a research study. You can tell the difference between a research article and a review article because a review article summarizes several research studies.
Looking for a peer-reviewed research article?
If you cannot find a research article in the APUS online library, go to the following website: PubMed. In the search bar at the top, enter the ergogenic aid you selected.
Your initial discussion thread should contain the following information:
State the ergogenic aid in the subject line.
State your selected ergogenic aid.
Provide the reference for your selected article using the format shown below.
Describe how your particular ergogenic aid enhances athletic performance.
Describe the study methods, design, and results so the class can understand the conclusions.
State the study conclusions.
Evaluate the article. For example, does the study make appropriate conclusions from its data? Was the study designed correctly to address the hypothesis?
Discussion Guidelines
Before you post your discussion, you will need to submit in the assignment area to be checked by turnitin.com. You do this by writing your discussion in Word document and then uploading it in the assignment area under the assignment titled, “Discussion 6 checking,” where it will automatically be checked, and a score generated. I suggest you leave your reference list out of the file you submit for Turnitin.com to check and add it back when you post your discussion. Your originality index or score should be less than 15%. If it is greater than 15%, rewrite your discussion, submit it again in the assignment area, and check the %. Keep doing this until your % is less than 15 and then post your discussion in the discussion. Please note, it can take 24 hours for the second submission to be checked, and the score returned. If you do not check your post, then I will take points off.
Be sure to cite your reference(s) in the body of your thread. Reference examples are provided below. APA is the best to follow.
Journal article: Fine, M. A., & Kurdek, L. A. (1993). Reflections on determining authorship credit and authorship order on faculty-student collaborations. American Psychologist, 48, 1141–1147.
Book: Nicol, A. A. M. & Pexman, P. M. (1999). Presenting your findings: A practical guide for creating tables. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Book chapter: O’Neil, J. M., & Egan, J. (1992). Men’s and women’s gender role journeys: Metaphor for healing, transition, and transformation. In B. R. Wainrib (Ed.), Gender issues across the life cycle (pp. 107-123). New York: Springer.
List of Ergogenic Aids
Antioxidants
Arginine
Aspartates
Aspirin
Avena sativa
Bee pollen
Beta-alanine
Beta-glucans
Beta-hydroxy beta-methyl butyrate (HMB)
Beet juice
Boron
Bovine colostrum
Branched-chain amino acids
Caffeine
Calcium
Carnitine
Chitosan
Choline
Chromium
Coenzyme Q10 (ubiquinone)
Coenzyme Q12
Collagen
Conjugated linolenic acid
Creatine
Curcumin
Folic acid
Gelatin
Ginseng
Glucosamine
Glutamine
Glycerol
Green tea
Guarana (herbal caffeine)
Inosine
Iron
Leucine
Lipoic acid
Konjac fiber
Ma huang (herbal ephedrine)
Magnesium
Marijuana
Niacin
Nitrate
Omega-3 fatty acids
Phosphates
Probiotics
Polyphenols, for example, quercetin
Pycnogenol
Pyruvate
D-Ribose
Selenium
Sodium bicarbonate
Tart cherry juice
Tribulus Terrestris
Tryptophan
Tumeric
Vanadyl sulfate
Vitamin B1 (thiamin)
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)
Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)
Vitamin B15 (dimethylglycine)
Vitamin C
Vitamin E
Vitamin D
Yohimbine
Zinc

Module 01 Content •Healthcare professionals would be thrilled if individuals mad

Module 01 Content
•Healthcare professionals would be thrilled if individuals made decisions about what to eat based on a solid knowledge of what constitutes a “healthy diet.” Unfortunately, that is not typically the case. Many people do not know what constitutes a healthy diet. There are also those who do know but make less healthy choices for several reasons.

The food choices that people make are influenced by a variety of factors. Factor-categories include, but are not limited to, environmental cues, socioeconomic realities, cultural/religious beliefs, and the availability of foods in the community.
In a 3-page paper, written in APA format using proper spelling/grammar, address the following:

1.Explain what nutrition is and why it is important.
2.Describe the characteristics of a healthy diet and provide supporting examples.
3.Identify at least two (2) factors (other than culture) that can impact a person’s food choices and provide a specific example for each.
4.Research a culture (e.g., ethnic, religious, dietary) where specific food restrictions are dictated and address the following:
5.Describe the restrictions.
6.Explain how the restrictions could make it difficult for an individual to achieve a healthy diet.
7.What dietary alternatives could be incorporated to overcome the dietary restrictions?
8.Cite at least 3 credible references and present the resources in APA format on the References page.
9.For information about researching a topic and assessing the credibility of resources, consult the resources below.