Food and Fitness

Final project/ exam

Definition of dietary need

pressure in your arteries is too high, measured by numbers.

Common symptoms

Headache, shortness of breath, nose bleed. Sometimes there are no symptoms.

Foods to stay away from

Fast food, bacon, whole milk

Foods beneficial to the client

Grilled fish, chicken and eggs

Long term effects

Damage to heart and arteries, can cause a heart attack.

Duration of ailment

Yes, it can go away with a healthier diet.

7 day food plan for the client

Day 1 Breakfast: Whole wheat English muffins. With orange juice.

Lunch: Chopped salad with thousand island dressing, cauliflower, broccoli, carrots, red onion, radish, romaine greens, cucumber and tomato. With water

Dinner: Seared salmon, with blueberry balsamic bliss and quinoa. With water.

Day 2 Breakfast: Half a cantaloupe with 1 cup of greek yogurt. With almond milk.

Lunch: Veggie sandwich at subway that is toasted with lettuce, tomatoes, banana peppers, spinach, onions and cucumbers.

Dinner: Seafood at a steak house or grilled fish or chicken

Day 3 Breakfast: Dry cereal with tea

Lunch: Tomato and peach salad with balsamic vinegar, walnut oil, fresh lemon juice and black pepper.

Dinner: Veggie burger with whole wheat buns and grilled vegetables.

Day 4 Breakfast: Scrambled egg whites with grilled veggies and ricotta cheese with milk.

Lunch: Market salad

Dinner: Cooked pasta with juice.

Day 5 Breakfast: Polenta with berry puree.

Lunch: Veggie and bean soup.

Dinner: Easy chicken tacos with green and red bell peppers, no salt, mexican seasoning and a bag of uncooked chicken in a sauce pan.