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Nutrition:Fad Diets Assessment

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Added on: 2023-04-18 05:16:22
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These days it's hard to open a magazine without reading about the next miracle weight loss program. But if these diets are so effective, why are there so many new ones?
There's no shortage of 'fad diets' around. These 'diets' may provide short-term results, but they are difficult to sustain and, ultimately, they deprive you of the essential
nutrients that your body needs to maintain good health.

  1. Select a FAD diet
     a.Discuss it's background or evolution
     b.Who developed the diet?
     c.Do the proponents/developers have any credentials?
  2. Identify the 'claims' made by the proponent of the diet
    a.Effects on body composition/energy balance/general well being
  3. Identify the target population/target group the FAD diet is aiming to influence
  4. Critically assess the diet through the lens of the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating, potential toxicities and deficiencies.
  5. Consider the cost, availability of foods and socio-cultural implications of the chosen FAD diet in relation to the identified target group.
  6. Identify the nutritional gaps, if any, and provide recommendations for the target group/population to ensure a healthy diet for optimal well being and performance is achieved.
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  • Posted on : April 18th, 2023
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