The effects of preventing cancer: Diet, physical, activity, obesity and related cancer risk (Barnoya, J. Elder, J. P., Gallegos-Carrillo., K. & Stern, M. C. 2019), a convenience sample of 200 female, ages 18-25 years, were selected in Houston, TX from Texas Southerland for the prevention of cancer for 1 year during the months of June 2021- June 2022, to educate cancer patients on how dietary can prevent cance

The effects of preventing cancer: Diet, physical, activity, obesity and related cancer risk (Barnoya, J. Elder, J. P., Gallegos-Carrillo., K. & Stern, M. C. 2019), a convenience sample of 200 female, ages 18-25 years, were selected in Houston, TX from Texas Southerland for the prevention of cancer for 1 year during the months of June 2021- June 2022, to educate cancer patients on how dietary can prevent cancer by using descriptive stats of comparative measures associated with dietary changes and health outcomes like changes in weight, weight loss was measured using the BMI calculator ( CDC, 2020), the participants use the BMI calculator once every 6 months, if BMI is less than 18.25 is passing for healthy weight, but anything greater than 25.0 is failing using the Intrapersonal Transtheorectical Model.

 

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The effects of preventing cancer: Diet, physical, activity, obesity and related cancer risk (need formal name of the program you are using for educating the participants with a reference)(Barnoya, J. Elder, J. P., Gallegos-Carrillo., K. & Stern, M. C. 2019), a convenience sample of 200 female, ages 18-25 years, were selected in Houston, TX from Texas Southerland for the prevention of cancer for 1 year during the months of June 2021-(we are already in June 2021; select future dates)  June 2022, to educate cancer patients on how dietary (what?) can prevent cancer (you are not measuring for cancer)  by using descriptive stats of totals and percentages comparative measures (spelling) associated with dietary changes and health outcomes like changes in weight, weight loss (changes in weight and  loss are not  good research measurements and very controversial; why not use the BMI measurement but find a reliable one with a reference) was measured using the BMI calculator (must state formal name of BMI calculator and what type as there are lots of different BMI measurement instruments)  ( BMI does not measure weight loss; it measures body composition of the amount of fat to muscle) ( CDC, 2020), the participants use the BMI calculator once every 6 months( most effective BMI measurements require someone else to do the measurements; why every 6 months? why not do a pre-test before and post test afterwards?),(what kind is used ) if BMI is less than 18.25-?  is passing for healthy weight, but anything greater than 25.0  or > is failing using the Intrapersonal Transtheorectical Model. (how are measurements recorded? who records them? )

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