entire family is overweight and her father was diagnosed with diabetes past month. Her uncle had been suffering from diabetes since he was eight years old. Clara fears that if she does not change her diet she may develop diabetes as well.
On an average day Clara eats two jelly doughnuts for breakfast, chicken nuggets for lunch and sweet and sour sauce and a large soda for lunch, and goes to the drive-through to grab a super-sized burger, fries, and a large cola. She usually snacks on jellybeans during the day and is always sipping on a cola.
Clara is concerned about her diet and decides to ask her friend Mary, nutrition major, for advice. Mary gives Clara some suggestions. First she tells Clara that, while her diet is very high fat, it is also very high carbohydrate. ?I should try that diet advertised on TV. If I cut all carbohydrates I can lose 50 lbs in this month!? Clara announces. Mary rolls he dyes. Mary explains that complex carbohydrates are good, but too much simple sugar is not. Mary tells Clara that she should snack on fresh fruits instead of jellybeans, and eat more starch and fiber. Plain baked potatoes (instead of fries) and fortified cereals (instead pf high fat doughnuts) would be a lot healthier. Small changes like these could improve her diet dramatically.
Try not drinking so much soda,? Mary suggests. ?Bottled water or a glass of milk would be much more beneficial.? ?I can?t drink milk!? Clara says. ?Last time I had a glass of milk my stomach hurt for hours. I think I?m lactose intolerant since it runs in the family.?
Clara thanks Mary for the advice and goes home to plan a healthy new diet.
ANSWER THE QUESTIONS:
1. Diabetes clearly runs in Clara?s family. Her Uncle has Type ___diabetes and
her father has Type ___. How do Type I and Type 2 diabetes differ?
2. What form of diabetes is Clara at risk of? What is putting her at risk?
3. Clara thinks she can?t drink milk because she is lactose intolerant. How might Clara include milk and milk products in her diet?
4. If Clara does not want to give up soda entirely, but still consume less sugar, she could drink diet sodas. What are the pro and cons of this switch?
5. Clara discoveries that a lot of her kcalories come from carbohydrate. She initially decided to eliminate all carbohydrate from her diet, but Mary tells her that this is a pour decision. Why?
6. Although there may be the same amount of sugar in fruit as some candies why is fruit a much better choice for Clara?
7. Mary suggests eating more fiber. How would this be beneficial in Clara?s case?
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