Life Stages Nutrition Presentation

reate a 15- to 20-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation discussing the nutritional needs during a person’s different life stage, select one life stage with faculty approval (infant, preschool, childhood (elementary school age) teenager, adulthood, pregnancy, elderly, and individuals with chronic diseases (cancer, diabetes, renal failure …). Include the following in your presentation:

 Define nutrient, energy, and fluid needs during the selected life stage.
 Identify nutrients needs during the life stage and how these nutrients can be obtained.
Provide good and bad choices nutritional choices.
 Identify physical activity recommendations during the life stage.
 Discuss the health concerns or diseases associated with poor nutrients during the life stage
Provide a list resources that can assist in making healthy choices, including one local resource.
Speaker notes that detail the implications of each slide (online only)
A reference slide with citations in APA format
Clip art

Include speaker notes that detail the implications of each slide.
Include a reference slide with citations in APA format.
Include clip art.
Include video supporting your presentation (life stage)
The Classroom participation is required in this course. Your instructor will award points based on your level of participation. Completing your readings and assignments prior to class helps prepare you for active participation in classroom discussion. will be used for this assignment.
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