Personalized Nutrition and Exercise Plan


Describe briefly a current health problem or nutritional need that you are experiencing, or a health or nutrition problem you can foresee experiencing because of your family history(Diabetes). Using insights from the ―MyPyramid Plan‖ Web exercise, the Recommended Dietary Allowances, Recommended Dietary Intakes for your age group and gender, and information from readings, develop a realistic nutrition and exercise plan to summarize in a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper. The plan should be plausible enough to be initiated within the next 30 days and continued throughout your life.
ï‚· Include the following:
o Identification of the health/nutrition problem that will be targeted (Diabetes)
o Four nutritional or physical exercise goals
o Actions taken to meet each goal
o Anticipated setbacks or difficulties and approaches for overcoming them
o Outcomes by which to measure success
o Evidence of the plan’s effectiveness in addressing the identified problem or need
o Evaluation of potential health risks that may develop if the plan is not implemented
ï‚· Address how your plan may be adjusted to fit your changing nutritional needs as a result of age(19), pregnancy(no) (if applicable), or changes in physical capabilities (none). Be sure to include information on physical activities, and how they may be altered to accommodate different seasons of the year and changes.


Personalized nutritional and exercise plan is an important tool towards achievement of individual health. Nutritional and exercise plan details food intake and indulgence in physical exercise with an aim of achieving a particular health goals. This plan is tailored towards individual health status. For example, the plan may be aimed at reducing or adding individual body weight or they may be aimed at   reducing individual risk to complications emanating from a wide range of nutritional related diseases like diabetes.  Personalized plans are specific to the individual since they correspond with individual body parameters and health condition.