The Role of Macronutrients in Health and its functions

This is a paper that focuse on the Role of Macronutrients in Health and its functions. The paper also contains various information on the structure of the paper.

The Role of Macronutrients in Health and its functions

W‌‌‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍ord count: between 1450 words and 1620 words (intext-citations and subheadings included) Reference list and title page not included (in word count) APA style for citing and referencing research. Please see more information on referencing here https://library.laureate.net.au/research_skills/referencing Make sure to remember to use apa 6th edition style referencing Students should use at least five (5) reputable resources in their report. (you already have 3 add another 3 please) also the 3 you already have please make sure u use them. discuss all of the following macronutrients listed below. It’s a WORD REPORT not essay.

Define and describe the macronutrients in terms of: • The composition of the macronutrients • •? The biological functions • •? Dietary sources • •? Recommended Daily Intake (RDI) • •? Factors contributing to states of excess • •?

The Role of Macronutrients in Health and its functions

Factors contributing to states of insufficiency and deficiency • •? Signs and symptoms For: • Lipids • Protein • Carbohydrates The teacher has said the intro should be about 200-250 words (she said the intro of the draft was excellent, so just add more information make sure clear and concise) talk about background, purpose of report and overview etc. Teacher also said conclusion should be about 150 words give strong summary and final comment. How to Write a Report (follow this if you find this helpful) The purpose of writing a report is to present information which can be described or analysed.

The key differences between writing a report and an essay; are that an essay provides opportunity for exploration of ideas which can be expanded on in a lot more detail. A report on the other hand is more prescriptive in its structure and the language that is used. This means that your writing style needs to be concise and clear. Reports are broken up into headings and subheadings, can include tables, graphs and diagrams. The following is a basic report structure which can be used to successfully complete this assessment task.

Introduction

This section requires you to provide background information on the topic you have chosen to investigate (including historical context, surrounding changes in our understanding), the purpose of your report, and what information your report will contain. This section is to be ‌‌‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍written in complete sentences and paragraphs. It does not to contain any dot point information or tables, graphs and diagrams. The majority of these sections should be written in complete sentences and paragraphs however, you can include graphs, diagrams and tables that may be appropriate. Ensure that you title these clearly, in the correct way, and reference using the APA system where necessary. Tables, graphs and diagrams can also be in an appendix at the end of your report, and when doing this. Generally, information presented in this format does not count towards your overall word count.

Conclusion This section brings together all of the information that you have presented in your report, and links back to your introduction any information that adds value to our overall understanding of the topic. This section does not introduce or discuss any new information specifically, and like the introduction, will be written in complete sentences and paragraphs. No tables, graphs, diagrams or dot points. follow this marking criteria also: A sophisticated understanding of the topic. Has addressed all of the key concepts in detail and demonstrated a capacity to add insight and further understanding to the concepts explored.

Expertly written and adheres to the academic genre. Demonstrates a sophisticated flow of ideas which engages and sustains audience’s interest. Demonstrates expert use of high quality, credible and relevant sources, which develop and support ideas in a sophisticated manner. Extensive evidence of reading beyond key texts. There are no mi‌‌‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍stakes using APA referencing style.

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