Diet and Lab Values

Discussion: Diet and Lab Values

Ebook attached below: Nutritional Foundations and Clinical Applications: A Nursing Approach 7th Edition


Diet and Lab Values
Proteins have many functions within our bodies. List the functions, and explain why proteins are crucial to growth and maintenance.

Why are the protein diets of children different from adults?

Mark, a single father of a 2-year-old son, Jacob, stops every morning at a local fast food restaurant to pick up breakfast for himself and his son on their way to daycare. Mark says, “I don’t have time to cook in the mornings, and I can’t feed Jacob anything I would ever make at home any cheaper than this! Besides, he really loves these sausage and egg sandwiches, and at least I can get him to eat them!” Mark has a family history of diabetes, as well as hyper- lipidemia. At his next physical, Mark learns that his lipid panel is as follows: total cholesterol 245 mg/dl, LDL 180 mg/dl, and HDL 35 mg/dl.

What is the significance of this blood work?

What should his lipid profile look like, and as the nurse in Mark’s physician’s office, how would  you

educate him?

APA format (6th ed.) and is free of errors

Grammar and mechanics are free of errors free of Plagiarism

References: Use your book or Nurse journals and  articles with 5 years old

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