The difference between a boundary-focused approach and a relationally-oriented approach

What is the difference between a boundary-focused approach and a relationally-oriented approach (as per Combs & Freedman) in therapy? 2. Under what conditions would you do the following (by answering these questions, you are starting to self-assess and design “policies” for your practice–some of which you might include in your contract with your client):

Accept gifts from clients?
Barter?
Buy your client’s services or products?
Become business partners?

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Carbs, Culture, and Diabetes

Write a short discussion including at least 2 references.

In this discussion, you will consider the following information prior to responding with your post.

In order to fully understand Hannah’s situation, please first answer the following:

When are carbohydrates good for us?
What are “good” versus “bad” carbohydrates?
When are they not good for us or our bodies?
What chemistry is involved in their breakdown, usage, and storage?

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Soluble fiber

Explain how soluble fiber lowers blood cholesterol, and list at least 3 foods high in soluble fiber:

Describe the health benefits of omega 3 fatty acids, and list at least 3 foods high in these.

Describe the health benefits of monounsaturated fats, and list at least 3 foods high in these.

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Nutrition plays an essential role in supporting fitness and exercise

Nutrition plays an essential role in supporting fitness and exercise. If you increase your level of physical activity, your need for nutrients and calories will also increase. In addition, the foods you eat before and after you exercise will have an impact on your performance during the physical activity and on your recovery afterward.

Perform some library research, and in a 2-3 page paper written in APA format using proper spelling/grammar, address the following:

Describe the importance of pre- and post-exercise nutrition choices. Provide examples of foods that are appropriate selections for each category.
Explain how foods and nutrients (including fluids and electrolytes) help improve a person’s performance during physical activity and their recovery afterward.
Consider your responses to items 1 and 2 above, and suggest an appropriate nutritional plan for a physically active person. Be sure to explain what the person should consume in an average day to support their caloric and nutritional needs.

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Diet Therapy Considerations for People Living with HIV/AIDS

For this discussion you will review “Living well with HIV/AIDS – A manual on nutritional care and support for people living with HIV/AIDS” http://www.fao.org/docrep/005/y4168e/y4168e00.HTM

Then respond to the following:

  1. What are three diet therapy considerations that must be made for people living with HIV/AIDS?
  2. Why is it important for them to adhere to these dietary requirements?
  3. What may happen if they don’t?
  4. What two strategies can you use to facilitate adherence?

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Diet Therapy Considerations for People Living with HIV/AIDS

Review “Living well with HIV/AIDS – A manual on nutritional care and support for people living with HIV/AIDS” http://www.fao.org/docrep/005/y4168e/y4168e00.HTM

Then respond to the following:

  1. What are three diet therapy considerations that must be made for people living with HIV/AIDS?
  2. Why is it important for them to adhere to these dietary requirements?
  3. What may happen if they don’t?
  4. What two strategies can you use to facilitate adherence?

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Food/fluid restrictions

The purpose of the patient/family teaching project is to develop and implement a teaching plan for a geriatric patient utilizing teaching learning principles.
• Objectives: By the conclusion of the presentation, the students will be able to:
o State the various indications for a specified diet
o Explain the scientific rationale for a prescribed diet
o Describe food/fluid restrictions appropriate for diet or food/fluids encouraged to meet nutritional needs?
o Describe how to present a short nutritional teaching plan to a patient& family with cultural differences.
o Apply current research related to the nutrition topic.
• Requirements:
o Utilize teaching experience rubric for essential criteria.

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Brown rice-based meal.

compare your favorite soda and a brown rice-based meal.
Walk the foods through the GI tract: what happens to them in the mouth, stomach, small intestine. What does the pancreas do? et cetera…
Exactly what types of sugars do they contain?
Specifically what enzymes are involved in breaking down each sugar?
Do these foods contain fiber?
Which one absorbs faster into the bloodstream? What is the glycemic index of each?
Which one spikes the blood sugar?

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TED-Talk- Marketing Food to Children

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bop3D7-dDM&feature=emb_logo
Question: Considering the social determinants of health, do you think commercial-free initiatives will change marketing building in the schools?

What are the Pros and Con
Malnutrition: A Hidden Epidemic in Older Adults

Question: Who should be responsible for addressing hunger and food insecurity? (private, public or civic responsibility)
If Private why?
If Public why
Healthy Aging with Nutrition
Question: What can we as a society do to assure older adults stay healthy?
Give 3 samples and explain

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