According to your calculation or according to the BMI chart, what is your Body Mass Index?

See instructions below:
Please include pictures or animation on all parts.
The book is principles of nutrition fifth edition.
Part A:
Ch 10 Reflection Assessment
Please turn to page 345 in your textbook. You will find the BMI chart to estimate your body mass index using the graph. Page 346 gives you the math equation to calculate your BMI using a more quantitative formula, if you chose.
Using the text box or word document option, please answer the following questions.
What are the 6 points of definition of what a healthful weight is? (page 344)
According to your calculation or according to the BMI chart, what is your Body Mass Index? What does it mean in terms of the five weight categories?
Explain what the limitations are to using the BMI chart? Why is the BMI chart used?
What are at least 3 methods to determine your body composition and what are their limitations? page 348
Part B:
Ch. 10 Fad Diet
After reading pages 361 and 362 in your textbook, please explain why fad diets do not work long term. What are some of the health concerns when trying or staying on a fad diet? RAther than a fad diet, what are some quick tips in modifying your behaviors related to food that can used long term? (page 367)
Has there been a fad diet you have tried in the past that didn’t work out? If so, what did you try and why do you think it didn’t work? If you haven’t tried a fad diet, do you know of anyone that has? If so, do you know what fad diet?
Part C:
Building Healthy Lifestyles: Chapter 11 Overcoming Obstacles
Everyone has certain obstacles that interfere with work out time. Using the text entry box or word document option list 4 main obstacles of physical activity that impede your progress AND at least 2 solutions to each obstacle that would work best or you. Explain why these would be your best solutions. Page 390 has some quick tips to increasing physical activity.
If you do not complete all parts of this assignment, you will not receive full credit.
Lack of Time Obstacle
Look at my schedule and maybe do 10 min increments throughout the day at least 3 times a day (30 mins)
multitask by reading while on an exercise bike.
These are the best solutions for lack of time because I get so busy throughout the day, I figure working out wouldn’t fit into my busy schedule. Finding 10 min increments is easier than to find a 30 min gap in my day and reading while on a bike allows me to get some work done as I am exercising.
Again, this is just an example. Many of you will have your own obstacles to overcome. Please use the text box or word document option to submit your assignment.
Part D:
Building Healthy Lifestyles: Chapter 11 Make Your Program
Simply stating “I want to lose weight” is too broad. SMART goals should be: Specific, Measurable, Achievable/attainable, Results-focused/realistic and Timely.
An example of a good SMART goal is: “I will go on a walk on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays around my neighborhood for 20 minutes in order to lose 3 lbs by August 23 20222.
Using the text box or word document option please create a SMART goal for yourself. This can be a weight loss goal, a weight gain goal, a diet improvement goal etc. You can use your behavior change contract from week 1 but use the SMART acronym to improve your goal setting.
What is the FITT principle and how does the FITT principle relate to SMART goals? The above example states that Monday, Wednesday and Friday will be days to work out, that is considered the frequency. When creating your SMART goal, state the FITT.

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