Table Of Contents:. Introductions………….....2. Method…………………..…..3.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS: INTRODUCTIONS………….....2 METHOD…………………..…..3 DIETARY ANALYSIS…….…...4 DISCUSSION……………….....6 PREDICTIONS……………….…7 RECOMMENDATIONS……….8 CONCLUSION……………….…9 SOURCES……………………..10 APPENDICES………………...11 1) Introduction Obesity is a health crisis which is defined as “the abnormal accrual of body fat, usually 20% or more over an individual’s ideal body weight.”1 Obesity is a commonly expressed disease that heavily impacts a great deal of Australians. Approximately 63% of Australian adults are overweight or obese.2 The number of obese adults has increased by a dramatic 10% from 1995. This has a direct correlation to dietary and exercise behaviours, and can be related to the Ottawa…show more content…
Not accumulating the recommended nutritional dietary needs or appropriate daily physical activity, can account to health issues, like obesity. Not achieving these needs can be directly affected by the Ottawa charter. Definitions: 1) Hypertension is high blood pressure. 2) Diabetes mellitus is a condition in which the pancreas no longer produces enough insulin or cells stop producing insulin, causing a lack of energy consumption for cells. 3) Hyperlipidaemia is an excess of fats or lipids in the blood. 2) Method My Fitness Pal was used to gather data on my 5-day meal plan. It provided, my personal statistics compared to the recommended nutritional proportions (RDI). My breakfast, lunch and tea was imputed into the system for 5-days and out putted the graphs. These results will be analysed below. 3) Dietary Analysis My current dietary behaviours consist of having an above the recommended daily averages in categories, like saturated fat, protein, kilojoules and carbs. This can be caused by poor nutritional choices. My nutritional behaviours can be affected by the lack Developed personal skills and a lack of a supportive environment. One of my weaknesses is my saturated fat levels, having high levels of saturated fats is caused though the consumption of saturated fats,
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