Client Name (Initials)
Nutrition Assessment
Biochemical Data, Medical Tests and Procedures
Anthropomentric Measurements
Medical Diagnosis:
Ht: 5'5"
UBW: 130#
% UBW:102%
125 ± 10%: 115-135
Adjusted Body Weight:
22 BMI category:
Physical Exam Findings/Clinical Observations
Food and Nutrition History
25 yrs Food Allergies:
Previous Medical History (PMH)/Medications/Supplements
Clarinex (prescribed)
Echinacea purpurea 500 mg 2x/d (OTC)
Vitamin C tablets 500 mg 1x/d (OTC)

Social History
lacto-ovo vegetarian for 1
lives alone & cooks most
exercises via walking 3 x/wk
for about 20 min/day

Nutrition Diagnosis
related to frequent consumption of high-fat cheeses & dairy Signs/Symptoms
related to frequent consumption of high calorie items such as cheese & starches Signs/Symptoms
caloric intake of 522 kcal more than estimated needs & 102%UBW Etiology
related to food & nutrition knowledge deficit Signs/Symptoms
consumption of Echinacea purpurea & Vitamin C supplements w/ Clarinex Nutrition Intervention
Nutritional Needs
33 kcal/kg based on ______ kg actual/adjusted/ideal weight Protein:
0.8 g/kg based on ______ kg actual/adjusted/ideal wt or % total Nutrition Prescription
To follow Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes (TLC) diet (25%-35% of total calories from fat & no more than 7% from saturated fat & less than 200 mg of dietary cholesterol per day. At least 3 servings of mono fats.) Intervention # 1
To achieve goal of 25%-35% of total calories from fat & no more than 7% from saturated fat & less than 200 mg of dietary cholesterol per day. At least 3 servings of mono fats.
Intervention # 2
To achieve adequate caloric intake of 2000 kcal/d to maintain usual weight Adapted from Supp Line 2007;29(6):12-23.
Intervention # 3
Nutrition Monitoring and Evaluation
Indicator: What will be measured? How often?
Criteria: What is the standard or goal that
the indicator will be compared against?

For example: energy intake; 3 times/week
For example: amount of calories needed
re-assess fat & mono fat intake in 1 month #1 consume at least 3 foods rich in mono fats; aim for 25% calories from total fat (w/ no more than 7% from saturated fats); no more than 200 mg dietary cholesterol re-assess caloric intake & weight in 1 month#2 consume about 2000 kcal/day; aim for 130 lbs no Echinacea purpurea nor Vitamin C supplements Signature:
Excessive energy intakeExcessive oral food/beverage intakeInadequate fluid intakeExcessive fluid intakeExcessive bioactive substance intakeIncreased nutrient needsExcessive fat intakeInappropriate intake of fats (specify)Excessive protein intakeExcessive carbohydrate intakeInappropriate intake of types of carbohydrate (specify)Inadequate fiber intakeInadequate vitamin intake (specify)Inadequate mineral intake (specify)Swallowing difficultyAltered nutrition-related laboratory values (specify)Food-medication interactionOverweight/obesityFood-and nutrition-related knowledge deficitNot ready for diet/lifestyle changeDisordered eating patternUndesirable food choicesPhysical inactivityMalnutrition Modify distribution, type, or amount of food and nutrients within meals or at specified timeMedical food supplements type: commercial beverageVitamin and Mineral SupplementsBioactive Substance SupplementNutrition-Related Medication ManagementInitial/brief nutrition educationComprehensive nutrition educationTheoretical basis/approach: Cognitive-behavioral therapyTheoretical basis/approach: Health Belief ModelTheoretical basis/approach: Transtheoretical model/stages of changeStrategies: Motivational InterviewingStrategies:Goal settingStrategies:Self-monitoringCoordination of other care during nutrition care: team meeting


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