Consider the following scenario: The General Secretary of the FDA has tasked you with developing an educational brochure on the nutritional needs for a specific stage of life. Due to the lack of knowledge about what is an appropriate diet, the public have asked for more information so they can educate themselves about nutrition and health.

Research your topicusingonline sources, such as the Food and Drug Administration or the U.S. Department of Agriculture; and local sources, such as farmers’ markets, for content and nutrition suggestion for the brochure.

Pick a stage of life and obtain faculty approval.

Infancy: Include information on breast and formula feeding pros and cons for both.
Childhood
Adolescent
Adults
Elderly

Create a 2-sided, tri-fold public service brochure, with appropriate images, to be printed in the Sunday edition of your newspaper. Include the following points:

Identify the nutritional needs for your specific stage of life and how to obtain them.
Identify health concerns or disease associated with poor nutrition with your stage.
Provide examples of good and bad nutritional choices.
Make recommendations for where readers might search for more information regarding nutrition.

Include criteria readers must use to determine credible sources of nutritional information.

Explain why it is important for readers to use these criteria when searching for information on nutrition and health.
Identify some common safety issues related to food purchase, storage, and preparation.
Describe some illnesses or problems the safety issues might cause, and ways to prevent these illnesses or problems.
Make recommendations for where readers might search for more information regarding food safety.

Include criteria readers must use to determine credible sources of nutritional information.
Explain why it is important for readers to use these criteria when searching for information on nutrition and health.

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