Nutritional Work Sheet
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Nutritional Work SheetUniversity of Phoenix Material Shamika Bean
Nutritional Study Worksheet
Resource: University of Phoenix Library and the Internet
Select one of the following topics to research:
• Coffee or caffeine
• Low-fat diets
• Low-carb diets
• Other nutrition topic approved by your instructor
Research your topic using 2 nutrition articles that discuss your topic, but provide opposing viewpoints. Use the Internet, the University Library, or the search links provided in the Week 2 Electronic Reserve Readings to locate the articles.
Write 50- to 200-word responses to each of the following questions based your findings. Use your own words and provide examples to support your answers.
1. What topic did you choose? Discuss the position of each of the two articles you selected.
The topic I chose was eggs. Incredible edible egg site gives you 12 facts of why eggs are nutritional and they are pro eggs and also gives you the myths of eggs. Health.Harvard.edu gives you the nutritional facts as well and then they give you the down side of eggs, but also saying that eggs are not as bad as people say they are for reason of the cholesterol the eggs possess.
2. What health claims are stated in the articles, such as drinking coffee every day will lower one’s risk for cancer?
According to http://www.health.harvard.edu/press_releases/egg-nutrition, eggs are a good source of nutrients. One egg contains 6 grams of protein and some healthful unsaturated fats. Eggs are also a good source of choline, which has been linked with preserving memory, and lutein and zeaxanthin, which may protect against vision loss.
According to http://www.incredibleegg.org/health-and-nutrition/heres-to-your-health, a recent study showed that eating eggs for breakfast can help overweight dieterslose more weight, lower the body mass index, and shrink their waist line more than a person that eats a bagel for breakfast. Also people that ate eggs...