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Please create an ADIME for my case study patient. I will attach the ADIME templa

Please create an ADIME for my case study patient. I will attach the ADIME template below to follow. I will also give you the case study information on the patient to create the ADIME.

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Nutrition

Using the article posted below, as well as an article that you find on your own,

Using the article posted below, as well as an article that you find on your own, answer the questions below in your blog.
Papakostas GI, Cassiello CF, Iovieno N. Folates and S-Adenosylmethionine for Major Depressive Disorder. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry. 2012;57(7):406-413. (Article: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/070674371205700703 (Links to an external site.))
What is SAM and what is it’s function?
Do you think supplementation with SAM would beneficial in the treatment of depression and/or anxiety? Explain why or why not
What could be some of the challenges/benefits for doing so?
What are some other nutritional inventions for depression and/or anxiety?
NOTE: Blog posts should be between 350 and 500 words to keep readers engaged.
Make sure to include at least 1 image and citations for your information

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Nutrition

This semester we have recorded what you eat and then discovered what you are rec

This semester we have recorded what you eat and then discovered what you are recommended to eat. Now it is time to summarize all that information to see the ‘big picture’, so to speak.
In a Word document, you must answer the following:
Overall, how would you describe your eating habits? What stood out to you on the day you recorded? For example, is there always one main reason you eat or the same foods are eaten each day, etc.
Do you think recording what you eat more often would have any effect on your eating habits? If so, how?
Now compare what you “should be” eating vs. what you do eat. What areas are you doing well on? What areas are you not doing so well on? What changes could you make to align the two more?
How much of an importance is eating nutritious foods to you? Has this assignment changed that importance in any way? If so, how? If not, why not?
Please read the rubric thoroughly the see formatting, page number length, and other requirements in order to earn full credit for this paper.
CriteriaRatingsPts
Cover Page
view longer description
3 pts
Excellent
Meets all requirements.2 pts
Good
Missing 1-2 requirements.1 pts
Fair
Missing 3-4 requirements.0 pts
Poor
No cover page./ 3 pts
Meets Formatting Requirements
view longer description
4 pts
Excellent
Meets all requirements.3 pts
Good
Is missing one formatting requirement.2 pts
Fair
Is missing two formatting requirements.1 pts
Poor
Is missing three formatting requirements.0 pts
Very Poor
No formatting./ 4 pts
Meets Page Requirements
view longer description
4 pts
Excellent
Is 2 full pages with no extra spacing.3 pts
Good
Is 2 full pages with extra spacing or just short of 2 full pages.2 pts
Fair
Is 1-1.5 pages long.1 pts
Poor
Is no more than 1 page.0 pts
Very Poor
Is less than 1 page./ 4 pts
Questions Answered
view longer description
6 pts
Excellent
All 3 questions are answered thoroughly and thoughtfully.5 pts
Very Good
Answers all questions, though one answer is not very thorough or thoughtful.4 pts
Good
Answers all questions, though two answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.3 pts
Fair
Does not answer all the questions or three answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.2 pts
Poor
Does not answer all the questions or all answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.1 pts
Very Poor
Very short, poorly answered questions.0 pts
No Effort
No effort was given in properly answering the questions./ 6 pts
Grammar/Spelling
view longer description
3 pts
Excellent
Grammar and spelling is exceptional.2 pts
Good
Grammar and/or spelling is lacking in 2-3 places.1 pts
Fair
Grammar and/or spelling is lacking in multiple sentences.0 pts
Poor
Extremely poor and unprofessional writing./ 3 pts
Provides Thorough Reflection
view longer description
5 pts
Excellent
A clear and thorough reflection is provided that shows the learning process the student went through over the course of the semester.3 pts
Good
While reflective, the student fails to ‘connect the dots’ on material learned in the course and diet analysis assignment.0 pts
Poor
Student does not connect all four assignments throughout the paper and/or does not reflect much at all./ 5 pts

Categories
Nutrition

This semester we have recorded what you eat and then discovered what you are rec

This semester we have recorded what you eat and then discovered what you are recommended to eat. Now it is time to summarize all that information to see the ‘big picture’, so to speak.
In a Word document, you must answer the following:
Overall, how would you describe your eating habits? What stood out to you on the day you recorded? For example, is there always one main reason you eat or the same foods are eaten each day, etc.
Do you think recording what you eat more often would have any effect on your eating habits? If so, how?
Now compare what you “should be” eating vs. what you do eat. What areas are you doing well on? What areas are you not doing so well on? What changes could you make to align the two more?
How much of an importance is eating nutritious foods to you? Has this assignment changed that importance in any way? If so, how? If not, why not?
Please read the rubric thoroughly the see formatting, page number length, and other requirements in order to earn full credit for this paper.
CriteriaRatingsPts
Cover Page
view longer description
3 pts
Excellent
Meets all requirements.2 pts
Good
Missing 1-2 requirements.1 pts
Fair
Missing 3-4 requirements.0 pts
Poor
No cover page./ 3 pts
Meets Formatting Requirements
view longer description
4 pts
Excellent
Meets all requirements.3 pts
Good
Is missing one formatting requirement.2 pts
Fair
Is missing two formatting requirements.1 pts
Poor
Is missing three formatting requirements.0 pts
Very Poor
No formatting./ 4 pts
Meets Page Requirements
view longer description
4 pts
Excellent
Is 2 full pages with no extra spacing.3 pts
Good
Is 2 full pages with extra spacing or just short of 2 full pages.2 pts
Fair
Is 1-1.5 pages long.1 pts
Poor
Is no more than 1 page.0 pts
Very Poor
Is less than 1 page./ 4 pts
Questions Answered
view longer description
6 pts
Excellent
All 3 questions are answered thoroughly and thoughtfully.5 pts
Very Good
Answers all questions, though one answer is not very thorough or thoughtful.4 pts
Good
Answers all questions, though two answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.3 pts
Fair
Does not answer all the questions or three answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.2 pts
Poor
Does not answer all the questions or all answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.1 pts
Very Poor
Very short, poorly answered questions.0 pts
No Effort
No effort was given in properly answering the questions./ 6 pts
Grammar/Spelling
view longer description
3 pts
Excellent
Grammar and spelling is exceptional.2 pts
Good
Grammar and/or spelling is lacking in 2-3 places.1 pts
Fair
Grammar and/or spelling is lacking in multiple sentences.0 pts
Poor
Extremely poor and unprofessional writing./ 3 pts
Provides Thorough Reflection
view longer description
5 pts
Excellent
A clear and thorough reflection is provided that shows the learning process the student went through over the course of the semester.3 pts
Good
While reflective, the student fails to ‘connect the dots’ on material learned in the course and diet analysis assignment.0 pts
Poor
Student does not connect all four assignments throughout the paper and/or does not reflect much at all./ 5 pts

Categories
Nutrition

This semester we have recorded what you eat and then discovered what you are rec

This semester we have recorded what you eat and then discovered what you are recommended to eat. Now it is time to summarize all that information to see the ‘big picture’, so to speak.
In a Word document, you must answer the following:
Overall, how would you describe your eating habits? What stood out to you on the day you recorded? For example, is there always one main reason you eat or the same foods are eaten each day, etc.
Do you think recording what you eat more often would have any effect on your eating habits? If so, how?
Now compare what you “should be” eating vs. what you do eat. What areas are you doing well on? What areas are you not doing so well on? What changes could you make to align the two more?
How much of an importance is eating nutritious foods to you? Has this assignment changed that importance in any way? If so, how? If not, why not?
Please read the rubric thoroughly the see formatting, page number length, and other requirements in order to earn full credit for this paper.
CriteriaRatingsPts
Cover Page
view longer description
3 pts
Excellent
Meets all requirements.2 pts
Good
Missing 1-2 requirements.1 pts
Fair
Missing 3-4 requirements.0 pts
Poor
No cover page./ 3 pts
Meets Formatting Requirements
view longer description
4 pts
Excellent
Meets all requirements.3 pts
Good
Is missing one formatting requirement.2 pts
Fair
Is missing two formatting requirements.1 pts
Poor
Is missing three formatting requirements.0 pts
Very Poor
No formatting./ 4 pts
Meets Page Requirements
view longer description
4 pts
Excellent
Is 2 full pages with no extra spacing.3 pts
Good
Is 2 full pages with extra spacing or just short of 2 full pages.2 pts
Fair
Is 1-1.5 pages long.1 pts
Poor
Is no more than 1 page.0 pts
Very Poor
Is less than 1 page./ 4 pts
Questions Answered
view longer description
6 pts
Excellent
All 3 questions are answered thoroughly and thoughtfully.5 pts
Very Good
Answers all questions, though one answer is not very thorough or thoughtful.4 pts
Good
Answers all questions, though two answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.3 pts
Fair
Does not answer all the questions or three answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.2 pts
Poor
Does not answer all the questions or all answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.1 pts
Very Poor
Very short, poorly answered questions.0 pts
No Effort
No effort was given in properly answering the questions./ 6 pts
Grammar/Spelling
view longer description
3 pts
Excellent
Grammar and spelling is exceptional.2 pts
Good
Grammar and/or spelling is lacking in 2-3 places.1 pts
Fair
Grammar and/or spelling is lacking in multiple sentences.0 pts
Poor
Extremely poor and unprofessional writing./ 3 pts
Provides Thorough Reflection
view longer description
5 pts
Excellent
A clear and thorough reflection is provided that shows the learning process the student went through over the course of the semester.3 pts
Good
While reflective, the student fails to ‘connect the dots’ on material learned in the course and diet analysis assignment.0 pts
Poor
Student does not connect all four assignments throughout the paper and/or does not reflect much at all./ 5 pts

Categories
Nutrition

This semester we have recorded what you eat and then discovered what you are rec

This semester we have recorded what you eat and then discovered what you are recommended to eat. Now it is time to summarize all that information to see the ‘big picture’, so to speak.
In a Word document, you must answer the following:
Overall, how would you describe your eating habits? What stood out to you on the day you recorded? For example, is there always one main reason you eat or the same foods are eaten each day, etc.
Do you think recording what you eat more often would have any effect on your eating habits? If so, how?
Now compare what you “should be” eating vs. what you do eat. What areas are you doing well on? What areas are you not doing so well on? What changes could you make to align the two more?
How much of an importance is eating nutritious foods to you? Has this assignment changed that importance in any way? If so, how? If not, why not?
Please read the rubric thoroughly the see formatting, page number length, and other requirements in order to earn full credit for this paper.
CriteriaRatingsPts
Cover Page
view longer description
3 pts
Excellent
Meets all requirements.2 pts
Good
Missing 1-2 requirements.1 pts
Fair
Missing 3-4 requirements.0 pts
Poor
No cover page./ 3 pts
Meets Formatting Requirements
view longer description
4 pts
Excellent
Meets all requirements.3 pts
Good
Is missing one formatting requirement.2 pts
Fair
Is missing two formatting requirements.1 pts
Poor
Is missing three formatting requirements.0 pts
Very Poor
No formatting./ 4 pts
Meets Page Requirements
view longer description
4 pts
Excellent
Is 2 full pages with no extra spacing.3 pts
Good
Is 2 full pages with extra spacing or just short of 2 full pages.2 pts
Fair
Is 1-1.5 pages long.1 pts
Poor
Is no more than 1 page.0 pts
Very Poor
Is less than 1 page./ 4 pts
Questions Answered
view longer description
6 pts
Excellent
All 3 questions are answered thoroughly and thoughtfully.5 pts
Very Good
Answers all questions, though one answer is not very thorough or thoughtful.4 pts
Good
Answers all questions, though two answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.3 pts
Fair
Does not answer all the questions or three answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.2 pts
Poor
Does not answer all the questions or all answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.1 pts
Very Poor
Very short, poorly answered questions.0 pts
No Effort
No effort was given in properly answering the questions./ 6 pts
Grammar/Spelling
view longer description
3 pts
Excellent
Grammar and spelling is exceptional.2 pts
Good
Grammar and/or spelling is lacking in 2-3 places.1 pts
Fair
Grammar and/or spelling is lacking in multiple sentences.0 pts
Poor
Extremely poor and unprofessional writing./ 3 pts
Provides Thorough Reflection
view longer description
5 pts
Excellent
A clear and thorough reflection is provided that shows the learning process the student went through over the course of the semester.3 pts
Good
While reflective, the student fails to ‘connect the dots’ on material learned in the course and diet analysis assignment.0 pts
Poor
Student does not connect all four assignments throughout the paper and/or does not reflect much at all./ 5 pts

Categories
Nutrition

This semester we have recorded what you eat and then discovered what you are rec

This semester we have recorded what you eat and then discovered what you are recommended to eat. Now it is time to summarize all that information to see the ‘big picture’, so to speak.
In a Word document, you must answer the following:
Overall, how would you describe your eating habits? What stood out to you on the day you recorded? For example, is there always one main reason you eat or the same foods are eaten each day, etc.
Do you think recording what you eat more often would have any effect on your eating habits? If so, how?
Now compare what you “should be” eating vs. what you do eat. What areas are you doing well on? What areas are you not doing so well on? What changes could you make to align the two more?
How much of an importance is eating nutritious foods to you? Has this assignment changed that importance in any way? If so, how? If not, why not?
Please read the rubric thoroughly the see formatting, page number length, and other requirements in order to earn full credit for this paper.
CriteriaRatingsPts
Cover Page
view longer description
3 pts
Excellent
Meets all requirements.2 pts
Good
Missing 1-2 requirements.1 pts
Fair
Missing 3-4 requirements.0 pts
Poor
No cover page./ 3 pts
Meets Formatting Requirements
view longer description
4 pts
Excellent
Meets all requirements.3 pts
Good
Is missing one formatting requirement.2 pts
Fair
Is missing two formatting requirements.1 pts
Poor
Is missing three formatting requirements.0 pts
Very Poor
No formatting./ 4 pts
Meets Page Requirements
view longer description
4 pts
Excellent
Is 2 full pages with no extra spacing.3 pts
Good
Is 2 full pages with extra spacing or just short of 2 full pages.2 pts
Fair
Is 1-1.5 pages long.1 pts
Poor
Is no more than 1 page.0 pts
Very Poor
Is less than 1 page./ 4 pts
Questions Answered
view longer description
6 pts
Excellent
All 3 questions are answered thoroughly and thoughtfully.5 pts
Very Good
Answers all questions, though one answer is not very thorough or thoughtful.4 pts
Good
Answers all questions, though two answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.3 pts
Fair
Does not answer all the questions or three answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.2 pts
Poor
Does not answer all the questions or all answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.1 pts
Very Poor
Very short, poorly answered questions.0 pts
No Effort
No effort was given in properly answering the questions./ 6 pts
Grammar/Spelling
view longer description
3 pts
Excellent
Grammar and spelling is exceptional.2 pts
Good
Grammar and/or spelling is lacking in 2-3 places.1 pts
Fair
Grammar and/or spelling is lacking in multiple sentences.0 pts
Poor
Extremely poor and unprofessional writing./ 3 pts
Provides Thorough Reflection
view longer description
5 pts
Excellent
A clear and thorough reflection is provided that shows the learning process the student went through over the course of the semester.3 pts
Good
While reflective, the student fails to ‘connect the dots’ on material learned in the course and diet analysis assignment.0 pts
Poor
Student does not connect all four assignments throughout the paper and/or does not reflect much at all./ 5 pts

Categories
Nutrition

This semester we have recorded what you eat and then discovered what you are rec

This semester we have recorded what you eat and then discovered what you are recommended to eat. Now it is time to summarize all that information to see the ‘big picture’, so to speak.
In a Word document, you must answer the following:
Overall, how would you describe your eating habits? What stood out to you on the day you recorded? For example, is there always one main reason you eat or the same foods are eaten each day, etc.
Do you think recording what you eat more often would have any effect on your eating habits? If so, how?
Now compare what you “should be” eating vs. what you do eat. What areas are you doing well on? What areas are you not doing so well on? What changes could you make to align the two more?
How much of an importance is eating nutritious foods to you? Has this assignment changed that importance in any way? If so, how? If not, why not?
Please read the rubric thoroughly the see formatting, page number length, and other requirements in order to earn full credit for this paper.
CriteriaRatingsPts
Cover Page
view longer description
3 pts
Excellent
Meets all requirements.2 pts
Good
Missing 1-2 requirements.1 pts
Fair
Missing 3-4 requirements.0 pts
Poor
No cover page./ 3 pts
Meets Formatting Requirements
view longer description
4 pts
Excellent
Meets all requirements.3 pts
Good
Is missing one formatting requirement.2 pts
Fair
Is missing two formatting requirements.1 pts
Poor
Is missing three formatting requirements.0 pts
Very Poor
No formatting./ 4 pts
Meets Page Requirements
view longer description
4 pts
Excellent
Is 2 full pages with no extra spacing.3 pts
Good
Is 2 full pages with extra spacing or just short of 2 full pages.2 pts
Fair
Is 1-1.5 pages long.1 pts
Poor
Is no more than 1 page.0 pts
Very Poor
Is less than 1 page./ 4 pts
Questions Answered
view longer description
6 pts
Excellent
All 3 questions are answered thoroughly and thoughtfully.5 pts
Very Good
Answers all questions, though one answer is not very thorough or thoughtful.4 pts
Good
Answers all questions, though two answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.3 pts
Fair
Does not answer all the questions or three answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.2 pts
Poor
Does not answer all the questions or all answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.1 pts
Very Poor
Very short, poorly answered questions.0 pts
No Effort
No effort was given in properly answering the questions./ 6 pts
Grammar/Spelling
view longer description
3 pts
Excellent
Grammar and spelling is exceptional.2 pts
Good
Grammar and/or spelling is lacking in 2-3 places.1 pts
Fair
Grammar and/or spelling is lacking in multiple sentences.0 pts
Poor
Extremely poor and unprofessional writing./ 3 pts
Provides Thorough Reflection
view longer description
5 pts
Excellent
A clear and thorough reflection is provided that shows the learning process the student went through over the course of the semester.3 pts
Good
While reflective, the student fails to ‘connect the dots’ on material learned in the course and diet analysis assignment.0 pts
Poor
Student does not connect all four assignments throughout the paper and/or does not reflect much at all./ 5 pts

Categories
Nutrition

This semester we have recorded what you eat and then discovered what you are rec

This semester we have recorded what you eat and then discovered what you are recommended to eat. Now it is time to summarize all that information to see the ‘big picture’, so to speak.
In a Word document, you must answer the following:
Overall, how would you describe your eating habits? What stood out to you on the day you recorded? For example, is there always one main reason you eat or the same foods are eaten each day, etc.
Do you think recording what you eat more often would have any effect on your eating habits? If so, how?
Now compare what you “should be” eating vs. what you do eat. What areas are you doing well on? What areas are you not doing so well on? What changes could you make to align the two more?
How much of an importance is eating nutritious foods to you? Has this assignment changed that importance in any way? If so, how? If not, why not?
Please read the rubric thoroughly the see formatting, page number length, and other requirements in order to earn full credit for this paper.
CriteriaRatingsPts
Cover Page
view longer description
3 pts
Excellent
Meets all requirements.2 pts
Good
Missing 1-2 requirements.1 pts
Fair
Missing 3-4 requirements.0 pts
Poor
No cover page./ 3 pts
Meets Formatting Requirements
view longer description
4 pts
Excellent
Meets all requirements.3 pts
Good
Is missing one formatting requirement.2 pts
Fair
Is missing two formatting requirements.1 pts
Poor
Is missing three formatting requirements.0 pts
Very Poor
No formatting./ 4 pts
Meets Page Requirements
view longer description
4 pts
Excellent
Is 2 full pages with no extra spacing.3 pts
Good
Is 2 full pages with extra spacing or just short of 2 full pages.2 pts
Fair
Is 1-1.5 pages long.1 pts
Poor
Is no more than 1 page.0 pts
Very Poor
Is less than 1 page./ 4 pts
Questions Answered
view longer description
6 pts
Excellent
All 3 questions are answered thoroughly and thoughtfully.5 pts
Very Good
Answers all questions, though one answer is not very thorough or thoughtful.4 pts
Good
Answers all questions, though two answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.3 pts
Fair
Does not answer all the questions or three answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.2 pts
Poor
Does not answer all the questions or all answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.1 pts
Very Poor
Very short, poorly answered questions.0 pts
No Effort
No effort was given in properly answering the questions./ 6 pts
Grammar/Spelling
view longer description
3 pts
Excellent
Grammar and spelling is exceptional.2 pts
Good
Grammar and/or spelling is lacking in 2-3 places.1 pts
Fair
Grammar and/or spelling is lacking in multiple sentences.0 pts
Poor
Extremely poor and unprofessional writing./ 3 pts
Provides Thorough Reflection
view longer description
5 pts
Excellent
A clear and thorough reflection is provided that shows the learning process the student went through over the course of the semester.3 pts
Good
While reflective, the student fails to ‘connect the dots’ on material learned in the course and diet analysis assignment.0 pts
Poor
Student does not connect all four assignments throughout the paper and/or does not reflect much at all./ 5 pts

Categories
Nutrition

This semester we have recorded what you eat and then discovered what you are rec

This semester we have recorded what you eat and then discovered what you are recommended to eat. Now it is time to summarize all that information to see the ‘big picture’, so to speak.
In a Word document, you must answer the following:
Overall, how would you describe your eating habits? What stood out to you on the day you recorded? For example, is there always one main reason you eat or the same foods are eaten each day, etc.
Do you think recording what you eat more often would have any effect on your eating habits? If so, how?
Now compare what you “should be” eating vs. what you do eat. What areas are you doing well on? What areas are you not doing so well on? What changes could you make to align the two more?
How much of an importance is eating nutritious foods to you? Has this assignment changed that importance in any way? If so, how? If not, why not?
Please read the rubric thoroughly the see formatting, page number length, and other requirements in order to earn full credit for this paper.
CriteriaRatingsPts
Cover Page
view longer description
3 pts
Excellent
Meets all requirements.2 pts
Good
Missing 1-2 requirements.1 pts
Fair
Missing 3-4 requirements.0 pts
Poor
No cover page./ 3 pts
Meets Formatting Requirements
view longer description
4 pts
Excellent
Meets all requirements.3 pts
Good
Is missing one formatting requirement.2 pts
Fair
Is missing two formatting requirements.1 pts
Poor
Is missing three formatting requirements.0 pts
Very Poor
No formatting./ 4 pts
Meets Page Requirements
view longer description
4 pts
Excellent
Is 2 full pages with no extra spacing.3 pts
Good
Is 2 full pages with extra spacing or just short of 2 full pages.2 pts
Fair
Is 1-1.5 pages long.1 pts
Poor
Is no more than 1 page.0 pts
Very Poor
Is less than 1 page./ 4 pts
Questions Answered
view longer description
6 pts
Excellent
All 3 questions are answered thoroughly and thoughtfully.5 pts
Very Good
Answers all questions, though one answer is not very thorough or thoughtful.4 pts
Good
Answers all questions, though two answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.3 pts
Fair
Does not answer all the questions or three answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.2 pts
Poor
Does not answer all the questions or all answers are not very thorough or thoughtful.1 pts
Very Poor
Very short, poorly answered questions.0 pts
No Effort
No effort was given in properly answering the questions./ 6 pts
Grammar/Spelling
view longer description
3 pts
Excellent
Grammar and spelling is exceptional.2 pts
Good
Grammar and/or spelling is lacking in 2-3 places.1 pts
Fair
Grammar and/or spelling is lacking in multiple sentences.0 pts
Poor
Extremely poor and unprofessional writing./ 3 pts
Provides Thorough Reflection
view longer description
5 pts
Excellent
A clear and thorough reflection is provided that shows the learning process the student went through over the course of the semester.3 pts
Good
While reflective, the student fails to ‘connect the dots’ on material learned in the course and diet analysis assignment.0 pts
Poor
Student does not connect all four assignments throughout the paper and/or does not reflect much at all./ 5 pts