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Medical nutrition therapy j refers to the use of specific nutrition services to treat an illness, injury or condition. It consists of two phases: nutrition assessment and nutrition therapy. Nutrition assessment j is the evaluation of nutritional status through measurements of food and nutrient intake and evaluation of nutrition- related indicators such as anthropometric measurements, physical findings and laboratory test results. Nutrition therapy j refers to interventions used in the treatment of a disorder of illness and includes diet therapy, nutrition counseling, and/of the use of specialized nutrition therapies such as supplementation with nutritional or medical foods and nutritional support through enteral or parenteral methods. Health j is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity (WHO definition). The maintenance of health involves preventive, diagnostic, curative and restorative measures on an individual or community. Illness j is a deviation of bodily functions from the normal or usual well-feeling and its perception is both physiological and psychological. Dietetics j the combined science and art of regulating the planning, preparing and serving of meals to individuals of groups under various conditions of health and disease according to the principles of nutrition and management, with due consideration for economic, social, cultural and psychological factors. Diet therapy j the branch of dietetics that is concerned with use of food for therapeutic purposes. Dietitian j translator of nutritional principles for any individual or group in health or in illness. Diet technician j an individual who has completed a degree in nutrition-dietetics but not take the board examination is qualified as diet technician. He/She can perform nutrition screening and other nutrition services under the direction of a registered nutritionist-dietitian.

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10. Diet j refers to food and drink regularly consumed according to a regimen of time and amount. It may be normal or g specialh (sometimes called g therapeutich ) 

What are the useful tools in the study of diet therapy?        Recommended energy and nutrient intakes(RENI tables) Food guide pyramid Exchange list system Food composition tables Physiologic standards of height Weight Blood and urinary components and equivalent weights and measures 

What are the steps in nutritional care services?  Assessment and screening

Nutritional assessment involves the collection of various types of dataanthropometric measurements, biochemical tests, clinical observations, and dietary intake to get a complete picture of a patientf nutritional health. s  Monitoring All patients should be reassessed or monitored at appropriate intervals. Some patients in hospital intensive care units require continuous monitoring. Other patients require reassessment daily  Counseling All patients should be evaluated for nutritional counseling. The assumption that a patient is not expected to be discharged and therefore is not entitled to education is un ustified. Educating the patient about nutritional concerns helps the patient assume responsibility for his or her own care, thus promoting self esteem and a sense of worth.
 

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Submitted to: Miss Carmel Corro

Submitted by: Joy Allecar M. Miro
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Medical nutrition therapy ¼ refers to the use of specific nutrition services to treat an illness, injury or condition. It consists of two phases: nutrition assessment and nutrition therapy. Nutrition assessment ¼ is the evaluation of nutritional status through measurements of food and nutrient intake and evaluation of nutrition- related indicators such as anthropometric measurements, physical findings and laboratory test results. Nutrition therapy ¼ refers to interventions used in the treatment of a disorder of illness and includes diet therapy, nutrition counseling, and/of the use of specialized nutrition therapies such as supplementation with nutritional or medical foods and nutritional support through enteral or parenteral methods. Health ¼ is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity (WHO definition). The maintenance of health involves preventive, diagnostic, curative and restorative measures on an individual or community. Illness ¼ is a deviation of bodily functions from the normal or usual well-feeling and its perception is both physiological and psychological. Dietetics ¼ the combined science and art of regulating the planning, preparing and serving of meals to individuals of groups under various conditions of health and disease according to the principles of nutrition and management, with due consideration for economic, social, cultural and psychological factors. Diet therapy ¼ the branch of dietetics that is concerned with use of food for therapeutic purposes. Dietitian ¼ translator of nutritional principles for any individual or group in health or in illness. Diet technician ¼ an individual who has completed a degree in nutrition-dietetics but not take the board examination is qualified as diet technician. He/She can perform nutrition screening and other nutrition services under the direction of a registered nutritionist-dietitian. Diet ¼ refers to food and drink regularly consumed according to a regimen of time and amount. It may be normal or ˆspecial‰(sometimes called ˆtherapeutic‰)

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What are the useful tools in the study of diet therapy? Recommended energy and nutrient intakes(RENI tables) Food guide pyramid Exchange list system Food composition tables Physiologic standards of height Weight Blood and urinary components and equivalent weights and measures

y What are the steps in nutritional care services?  Assessment and screening Nutritional assessment involves the collection of various types of data- anthropometric measurements, biochemical tests, clinical observations, and dietary intake to get a complete picture of a patient‡s nutritional health.  Monitoring All patients should be reassessed or monitored at appropriate intervals. Some patients in hospital intensive care units require continuous monitoring. Other patients require reassessment daily  Counseling All patients should be evaluated for nutritional counseling. The assumption that a patient is not expected to be discharged and therefore is not entitled to education is unjustified. Educating the patient about nutritional concerns helps the patient assume responsibility for his or her own care, thus promoting self esteem and a sense of worth.

Assignment in nutrition

Submitted to: Miss Carmel Corro Submitted by: Saira Shade Gallogo
Definition of terms:

o Medical nutrition therapy j refers to the use of specific nutrition services to treat an illness, injury or condition. It consists of two phases: nutrition assessment and nutrition therapy. o Nutrition assessment j is the evaluation of nutritional status through measurements of food and nutrient intake and evaluation of nutritionrelated indicators such as anthropometric measurements, physical findings and laboratory test results. o Nutrition therapy j refers to interventions used in the treatment of a disorder of illness and includes diet therapy, nutrition counseling, and/of the use of specialized nutrition therapies such as supplementation with nutritional or medical foods and nutritional support through enteral or parenteral methods. o Health j is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity (WHO definition). The maintenance of health involves preventive, diagnostic, curative and restorative measures on an individual or community. o Illness j is a deviation of bodily functions from the normal or usual wellfeeling and its perception is both physiological and psychological. o Dietetics j the combined science and art of regulating the planning, preparing and serving of meals to individuals of groups under various conditions of health and disease according to the principles of nutrition and management, with due consideration for economic, social, cultural and psychological factors. o Diet therapy j the branch of dietetics that is concerned with use of food for therapeutic purposes. o Dietitian j translator of nutritional principles for any individual or group in health or in illness. o Diet technician j an individual who has completed a degree in nutritiondietetics but not take the board examination is qualified as diet technician. He/She can perform nutrition screening and other nutrition services under the direction of a registered nutritionist-dietitian. o Diet j refers to food and drink regularly consumed according to a regimen of time and amount. It may be normal or g special (sometimes called g erapeutic ) t
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Recommended energy and nutrient intakes(RENI tables) Food guide pyramid Exchange list system Food composition tables Physiologic standards of height Weight Blood and urinary components and equivalent weights and measures 

What are the steps in nutritional care services?  Assessment and screening Nutritional assessment involves the collection of various types of data- anthropometric measurements, biochemical tests, clinical observations, and dietary intake to get a complete picture of a patientf nutritional health. s  Monitoring All patients should be reassessed or monitored at appropriate intervals. Some patients in hospital intensive care units require continuous monitoring. Other patients require reassessment daily  Counseling All patients should be evaluated for nutritional counseling. The assumption that a patient is not expected to be discharged and therefore is not entitled to education is un ustified. Educating the patient about nutritional concerns helps the patient assume responsibility for his or her own care, thus promoting self esteem and a sense of worth.
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Submitted to: Miss Carmel Corro Submitted by: Jairis Kristine P. Malinao
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Medical nutrition therapy ² refers to the use of specific nutrition services to treat an illness, injury or condition. It consists of two phases: nutrition assessment and nutrition therapy.  Nutrition assessment ² is the evaluation of nutritional status through measurements of food and nutrient intake and evaluation of nutrition- related indicators such as anthropometric measurements, physical findings and laboratory test results.  Nutrition therapy ² refers to interventions used in the treatment of a disorder of illness and includes diet therapy, nutrition counseling, and/of the use of specialized nutrition therapies such as supplementation with nutritional or medical foods and nutritional support through enteral or parenteral methods.  Health ² is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity (WHO definition). The maintenance of health

involves preventive, diagnostic, curative and restorative measures on an individual or community.  Illness ² is a deviation of bodily functions from the normal or usual well-feeling and its perception is both physiological and psychological.  Dietetics ² the combined science and art of regulating the planning, preparing and serving of meals to individuals of groups under various conditions of health and disease according to the principles of nutrition and management, with due consideration for economic, social, cultural and psychological factors.  Diet therapy ² the branch of dietetics that is concerned with use of food for therapeutic purposes.  Dietitian ² translator of nutritional principles for any individual or group in health or in illness.  Diet technician ² an individual who has completed a degree in nutrition-dietetics but not take the board examination is qualified as diet technician. He/She can perform nutrition screening and other nutrition services under the direction of a registered nutritionist-dietitian.  Diet ² refers to food and drink regularly consumed according to a regimen of time and amount. It may be normal or ´specialµ(sometimes called ´therapeuticµ) 

What are the useful tools in the study of diet therapy?        Recommended energy and nutrient intakes(RENI tables) Food guide pyramid Exchange list system Food composition tables Physiologic standards of height Weight Blood and urinary components and equivalent weights and measures 

What are the steps in nutritional care services?  Assessment and screening Nutritional assessment involves the collection of various types of dataanthropometric measurements, biochemical tests, clinical observations,

and dietary intake to get a complete picture of a patient·s nutritional health.  Monitoring All patients should be reassessed or monitored at appropriate intervals. Some patients in hospital intensive care units require continuous monitoring. Other patients require reassessment daily  Counseling All patients should be evaluated for nutritional counseling. The assumption that a patient is not expected to be discharged and therefore is not entitled to education is unjustified. Educating the patient about nutritional concerns helps the patient assume responsibility for his or her own care, thus promoting self esteem and a sense of worth.

Assignment in nutrition

Submitted to: Miss Carmel Corro Submitted by: Ana Marie V. Busa

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