Mr. Jones (Vegetarian) 1500 Calorie Menu for day 1 Vegetarian diets can meet all the recommendations for nutrients. The key is to consume a variety of foods and the right amount of foods to meet the calorie needs. Nutrients that vegetarians may need to focus on include protein, iron, calcium, zinc and vitamin B12. Breakfast: German apple pancake, strawberries (1 cup), skim milk. Lunch: Leek, asparagus and herb soup or triple celery bisque, quinoa and black beans, orange (1large). Snack: apple, skim milk.
Dinner: Curried cashew burgers or no bake macaroni and cheese, orange, infused roasted green beans and peppers, roasted peaches.
Vitamin B12 deficiency can occur in vegetarian, because the best sources of the vitamin are animal products. Strict vegans (like Jones) are people who do not eat any animal products; including meat, eggs, or milk are at a greatest risk. A deficiency of vitamin B12 can lead to anemia; as the anemia worsen it may cause symptoms as weakness, tiredness, pale skin. Three nutritional recommendations for Mr. Jones are: Eat a variety of vegetables, especially dark green and red, orange vegetables, beans, and peas. Mr. Jones needs to choose a variety of protein foods, which include seafood, lean meat, poultry, and eggs. He needs to increase his physical activity and reduce time spent in sedentary behaviors. The food guidance for Mr. Jones; follow food safety recommendations when preparing and eating foods. Account for all foods and beverages consumed, and assess how they fit eaten pattern. Select eaten pattern that meets nutrient needs at an appropriate calorie level. Anticoagulation medication such as Warfarin act to reduce the overall production of blood clotting factors. Anticoagulants do not dissolve blood clots, but they prevent clots from getting bigger. Anticoagulants benefits are: They protect patients from heart attack and stroke. Ensure blood flows smoothly throughout the...
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