monographs of foods

monographs of foods

Order Description
P?????????????????????resent two (2) monographs of foods chosen from the following list: ? Ginger ? Garlic ? Turmeric ? Flaxseed Please refer to the assessment brief and marking rubric for more details. 1.use apa 6th for in-text catations & referencing 2. 11 recent (no older than 10 years) evidence-based journal articles are to be cited throughout each of the monographs. 3. Ensure the following information is included in the monograph (?????????????????????these may be used as headings and subheading throughout the monograph): ? Botanical Name ? Edible Parts ? History and traditional, medicinal uses ? Key nutrients (including macro and micro nutrients, and phytochemical constituents) ? Mechanisms of Action and Therapeutic Benefits ? Cautions, Toxicity and Interactions (including drug and food interactions, any potential allergies, etc.) ? Buying and Storage Recommendation?????????????????????s

Instructions:
The importance of consuming a minimally processed, whole food diet is increasingly recognized for maintaining optimal health and preventing disease. Whole foods can be used as a therapeutic tool for clinical application.
Through examining both historical and contemporary research, students are to present two (2) monographs of foods chosen from the following list:
? Ginger
? Garlic
? Turmeric
? Flaxseed
A monograph is a collection of evidence-based research, presented as a formal piece of writing similar to a report; which focuses on one topic (in this case, an individual food). Therefore, it is important that it includes appropriate headings and subheadings which reflect the areas of focus throughout the monograph.
As per report format, the information needs to be written and presented using complete sentences and paragraphs. The use of dot points should be limited to sections where information can simply be listed, for example the phytochemical / nutrient constituents. Tables and diagrams can be included, however please note that these are considered within the allocated word count.
All information must be referenced using the approved APA referencing style (do not referencing only at the end of a paragraph); and given the nature of a monograph, a minimum of 10 recent (no older than 10 years) evidence-based journal articles are to be cited throughout each of the monographs.
Each monograph should be 750 words in length (+/- 10%), and include an introduction and conclusion. The reference section should be presented at the end of each monograph, rather than combing the two at the end of the entire assessment.
Ensure the following information is included in the monograph (these may be used as headings and subheading throughout the monograph):
? Botanical Name
? Edible Parts
? History and traditional, medicinal uses
? Key nutrients (including macro and micro nutrients, and phytochemical constituents)
? Mechanisms of Action and Therapeutic Benefits
? Cautions, Toxicity and Interactions (including drug and food interactions, any potential allergies, etc.)

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