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Personalized Nutrition and Exercise Plan Tammy Patterson Axia College of University of Phoenix SCI/241 The Science of Nutrition Patricia Thomas October 14, 2007

2 Personalized Nutrition and Exercise Plan The health/nutrition problem I am addressing is the need for me to lose thirty pounds that I have been hanging on to since the birth of my son four years ago. I feel that I need to get down to a healthier weight. I hope this nutrition/exercise plan will help me to accomplish this goal. I think that getting to a healthier weight will give me more energy as well as lower my risk for several age-related diseases such as Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and some types of cancers. My plan may take up to six months to complete. After I have accomplished my goal, I will continue my healthier diet and exercise regimen to help maintain my healthier weight and have more energy. The first step at the beginning of any nutrition/fitness program should be a visit to a family physician for a complete physical. After my physical, I will discuss my health/nutrition goal to lose excess weight and get back in shape with my physician. We will discuss exercise options such as cardio and strength training. I have the benefit of a home gym. That will make my exercise regimen easier especially that the winter months are almost here. I will start a journal to log…...

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