For example: A Service user cannot understand a menu when It is present in a list form , so we could help them make their choice by getting images of meals they would be presented with to eat. Also try to explain the importance of a healthy diet. If the dilemma was to be a reoccurrence or become a bigger issue at meal times, it would be a good idea to report it to the NIC or the service users case manager to then discuss other options available with the chef. 2. Each service user is different and they all like/ dislike different foods.
Becoming depressed can make them feel like they want to be on their own most of the time therefore becoming socially isolated can also affect the nutritional needs as they don’t feel like eating and most likely wont. 1.4 Explain the importance of recognising and meeting individuals personal and cultural preferences for food and drink. It is very important to recognise what an individual likes to eat and drink and what they don’t like. If you don’t recognise these you are not meeting their preferences and that will cause them to not eat and drink instead of realising that it is something they don’t like. When you know what they do like you can always assure that there is always something available.
Tibi has really low self esteem, and she doesn’t laugh and have fun anymore. She is addicted to not eating, and she’s obsessed with losing her weight. 2. It can be social problems or something like that. If you have a bad relationship to your parents or somone you care about.
This was done by reading labels and checking fat, salt and sugar content and also by selecting diabetic foods and fresh foods. Sometimes she will still select sweets and then I will explain the consequences of this to her diabetes. So ways to resolve difficulties or dilemmas about the choice of food and drink is about re-educating individuals about what is good and that there are also others choices. 1.4 I would seek additional guidance about an individuals choice of food and drink by speaking to others such has the district nurse, dietician and family this would be done if I had concerns that an individuals diet was compromising their health. For example if my client had high cholesterol and chose to continually eat saturated fatty foods.
An individual can sometimes be reluctant, or refuse to eat certain types of food which may have been noted in their care plan as a requirement for their condition. For example when an individual needs to have a diabetic diet, a weight-reduction diet or gluten-free diet, if an individual is having swallowing difficulties, in such situations if someone is determined to ignore medical advice and to follow a different diet, I would report this to my manager and it may be discussed among the care team and the medical staff. If the individual has full mental capacity to understand the consequence and still ignore medical advice, it’s their
It can make people eat not healthy food or under eat. It can damage their health and self-esteem. It is anorexia nervosa when people under eat. In this situation people try to keep their weight as low as possible and want to be as skin as possible. People with this disorder usually eat low calorie diet, and make starving themselves.
If it came down to people getting really deep into what they are eating and what it’s doing to their body they would be eating hardly anything. In conclusion, tuna consumption does have potential health consequences. However, people should take into consideration that those possible effects, such as the problems the author’s daughter encountered, are very rare. If consumers stopped buying and eating everything that was affiliated with a bad personal experience of someone somewhere in the world, then they would have nothing to consume. Entire parts of the economy would not exist and there would be much bigger problems than just some mercury hurting a very small portion of the population.
When completing an assessment for Andrea, it should heavily consider biological, family and cultural considerations to justify her diagnosis as well as her treatment plan and goals. Andrea’s relationships amongst peers, friends and her ex-husband may have become triggers for her maladaptive behaviors such as her binge eating. Andrea reported being bullied and frequent arguments with her mother about her excessive eating. During her adolescence, Andrea does not report binge eating but does express she would “nibble throughout the day”; her lack of feeling accepted by her peers and mother may have help developed her cognitive distortions and become a future antecedent to her binging episodes. This consideration would help breakdown the emotional significance behind her marriage and divorce as another trigger to her eating
This will stop discrimination because it means that everyone is getting a choice about what they want to eat. Also there may be a diabetic who does not want to stick to their sugar free diet and this could affect them and make them ill. To overcome this problem you should try to give them advice and tell them the consequences if they don’t stick to their diet. If they still want to no longer stick to it then you can’t tell them what to do, you have to respect their
Many people can skip meals and lose sleep because they get so caught up into it which can affect their health. They can also drift away from their family because online dating has consumed all of their daily activities. Although there many other negatives to online dating, these are just a couple to show the affects it has. If anyone does decide to find love online I hope he/she knows the consequences it can