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Write a paper describing the process of digestion of the burger and its ingredients, starting from the point of biting and chewing to elimination.

You are hanging out for the weekend in the backyard and BBQing. You decide you want to eat a turkey burger. The burger is done, you put in on a whole wheat bun, add mayonnaise, cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickles, and onions. Now you are ready to eat it. Write a paper describing the process of digestion of the burger and its ingredients, starting from the point of biting and chewing to elimination.

Make sure you include an introduction and conclusion in addition to discussing each part of the burger and how it gets digested at different parts of the body. Mention how the bread (starch), turkey (protein), mayonnaise & cheese (fat), and other components get digested in the mouth, stomach, small intestine, etc. For example: “As I bite the burger the salivary amylase starts breaking down the bread into smaller polysaccharides and the lingual lipase starts breaking down the fat from the turkey, cheese, and mayonnaise…” You can organize your paper by macronutrient (carb, protein, fat), or by organs (mouth, esophagus, etc.).

Use APA or AMA style for cover letter, citations, and references (as needed). Make sure to include ALL of the following terms. To make sure you do not miss any; you can bold, underline, and/or highlight them in your paper.
Mechanical Digestion
Chemical Digestion
Salivary glands
Salivary amylase
Lingual lipase
Starch
Epiglottis
Trachea
Esophagus
Peristalsis
Stomach
Hydrochloric Acid
Gastric Lipase
Pepsinogen and Pepsin
Chyme
Small intestine
Segmentation
Liver
Bile
Pancreas
Pancreatic amylase and lipase
Bicarbonate
Protease
Peptidases
Gallbladder
Glucose
Bile/bile acids
Amino Acids
Fatty Acids and Glycerol
Absorption
Brush border & Villi
Portal Vein
Lymphatic Vessels
Large Intestine or Colon
Elimination

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For a busy family trying to feed a 6-month-old, what advice would you give them on providing their infant with tasty, nutritious foods quickly.

1. What are the concerns found in the news report for infant baby food, and did this surprise you? What are other concerns/negatives to using premade baby food?
2. For a busy family trying to feed a 6-month-old, what advice would you give them on providing their infant with tasty, nutritious foods quickly.
3. What do you consider to be the 3 most important tips for parents starting to introduce complementary foods to their infant’s diet to ensure a smooth transition that promotes healthy eating habits and proper development of eating skills?

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Maggie and Mark are embarking on weight loss programs that include dietary changes and increased physical activity but have differing opinions on which is the best diet plan to use. Maggie chooses the 1,500 kcalorie/day Mediterranean Diet after reading about the health benefits conveyed by this diet. Mark is not fond of most vegetables and thinks that carbohydrate is the nutrient that causes weight gain and health issues. He believes that the Atkins 40 diet is a good fit for him because he can eat the “man food” he loves. Following is a one-day menu for Maggie and Mark.
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Question 1: Identify and describe the types of types of fats found in each meal and compare the predominant types of fat in each to determine whether there is a difference in the “quality of fat” for each diet. Is one meal healthier than the other when it comes to the fat content? Explain your conclusion. Support your answer with data, facts, key terminology, specific examples and other information drawn from the textbook and at least one other supplemental source.
Frank is retired and lives alone. He often meets friends for breakfast at his favorite restaurant where their specialty is biscuits and gravy. On the days that he doesn’t, Frank will grab a donut and coffee at a little café near his house. A typical lunch is a cheeseburger and French fries and dinner is often a frozen pizza. Frank also has a real sweet tooth and has cookies and pie from the local bakery on hand.
Question 2: Identify the type of fatty acid in Frank’s food choices that is a product of hydrogenation and explain how it impacts risk for cardiovascular disease. Include in your answer the effects this fatty acid has on blood cholesterol levels and how it compares with saturated fatty acids when it comes to risk for heart disease. Support your answer with data, facts, key terminology, specific examples and other information drawn from the textbook and at least one other supplemental source.
textbook info : https://ng.cengage.com/static/nb/ui/evo/index.html?snapshotId=3053667&id=1552513167&deploymentId=58246429959226680842083075&eISBN=9781337556224
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Grains

Tom and Jessica are best friends, but they couldn’t be more different when it comes to their diets. Tom spends a lot of time in the gym surrounded by body builders and has adopted a very protein-heavy diet, complemented by small amounts of vegetables and a vitamin/mineral supplement, which he now sells. Jessica has never liked the taste of meat and is now a vegan who eats only organic foods. She believes in a sustainable lifestyle and her vegan diet reflects that belief. Tom believes that Jessica would be healthier and have more energy if she would just use the vitamin/mineral supplement that he sells. He believes that his supplement provides the energy in his very low carbohydrate diet and is a good substitute for whole grains and fruit. He points to his body-building magazines as proof that his diet is healthy. Jessica’s family has always embraced a vegetarian, although not vegan, lifestyle. She believes that Tom’s lifestyle is not very healthy and provides him with information from several nutritional research studies on the importance of all food groups to good health. is healthy. Jessica’s family has always embraced a vegetarian, although not vegan, lifestyle. She believes that Tom’s lifestyle is not very healthy and provides him with information from several nutritional research studies on the importance of all food groups to good health.
Question 1: Are Tom’s beliefs that his vitamin/mineral supplement provides energy and is a good replacement for whole grains and fruits correct according to nutritional science and dietary guidelines? Why or why not? Include in your response specific data, facts, examples, key terminology and other information drawn from the textbook and at least one other supplemental source.
James is 20 years old and slightly overweight. He wants to shed some weight quickly and decides to try the new “Keto” diet because the protein-rich, high fat diet allows him to eat all of the foods he loves. For breakfast, James eats three fried eggs with three slices of bacon and coffee with heavy cream. For lunch, he consumes four slices of pepper-jack cheese rolled in four slices of roasted turkey and dipped in a mayonnaise-based sauce. For dinner, James cooks one cup of mushrooms in heavy cream and butter to make a sauce to pour over six ounces of chicken. He adds one cup of spinach on the side. He drinks water with his lunch and dinner.
Following are MyPlate goals for James:
Food Group
Goals
Grains
10.0 oz equivalents
Vegetables
4.0 cups
Fruits
2.5 cups
Dairy
3.0 cups
Protein
7.0 oz equivalents
Empty Calories
596 calories
Question 2: Using principles of scientific method, research the Keto Diet and explain to James whether this diet is a safe and long-term way to lose weight. Support your answer with data, facts, key terminology, specific examples and other information drawn from the textbook and at least one other supplemental source.
link to text book
https://ng.cengage.com/static/nb/ui/evo/index.html?snapshotId=3053667&id=1552513167&deploymentId=58246429959226680842083075&eISBN=9781337556224

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Only use clinical trials, peer reviewed scientific articles.

Scope out what is already known about the topic (explain the topic) and explain in detail by exploring the research available.
Get up to date with the current research
Set the scene and establish the importance of the research.
Find a gap in literature (what is missing and not known) , the issue at hand.
Only use clinical trials, peer reviewed scientific articles.
Studies involved in human trials only 18+
Method: Make sure study mentions how diagnosis is done or how the stage of type 2 diabetes was determined e.g; clinical diagnosis or blood test
Include insulin enhancing uptake, insulting regulating supplements and herbal extracts including the mechanism of action for example chromium and cinnamon.
Include how the research was conducted e.g: a literature search was conducted searching the following websites…
Include Eligibility criteria for method e.g: only papers published in the last 10 years were included to keep the search relevant.
Only papers published in English were included… etc.
Results: should include how the research was conducted, how many papers were reviewed and screened, how many qualified and how many were included in data synthesis (can include flow chart)

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I have provided complete task sheet please read it all carefully and write a pe

I have provided complete task sheet please read it all carefully and write a persuade evidence informed essay in 1000words with referencing style vancouver ,find research from database -PUBMED, meta analysis, systematic reviews, original research and govt documents ,AIHW, department of health, NHRMC, FSANZ,
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deal with anaemic women and how these are effective and also give 2 international examples of approaches to this strategy and their effectiveness ,