• Describe the RDAs for proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, as well as any other important vitamins and minerals you feel, should be highlighted for an individual with your selected dietary restrictions or requirements.
  • Suggest specific foods and serving sizes that will help the individual meet their RDAs while considering their dietary or health issues.
  • Recommend 23 substitutions the individual should make in regard to their dietary restrictions or health issue. Describe why they are healthy substitutions. For example, you might suggest kidney beans instead of chicken for a vegetarian because kidney beans have comparable protein levels for equal weight.
  • Suggest a daily or weekly activity plan to help the individual meet activity needs while still being healthy and balanced.
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