Professional Practice In Health, Well-Being And Social Care : Report

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Professional Practice InHealth, Well-Being And SocialCare
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1Background of project................................................................................................................1Research Methodology................................................................................................................2Gantt chart...................................................................................................................................3TASK 2............................................................................................................................................4Resources....................................................................................................................................4Research investigation................................................................................................................5Data Variables.............................................................................................................................6TASK 3............................................................................................................................................7Evaluation of research.................................................................................................................7Data presentation.........................................................................................................................8Recommendation.......................................................................................................................11CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................11REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................13
INTRODUCTIONIn order to live a healthy life it is necessary that proper food is taken so that the level ofnutrition in our body is maintained. Every food that is provided in the market offer some or theother nutrition (Richards, Campenni and Muse-Burke, 2010). It is necessary that those productwhich are claiming a particular level of nutrition in them should offer the same to the customers.In the given study it will be discovered that what is the level of quality of UK products whichoffers these claims in comparison to those which do not guarantee or claim any nutrition(CINAHL Databases, 2017).Different methodology will be utilised in order to collect therelevant data and than interpretation of same will be done using different tools. The datacollected will be than communicated supported with recommendation on the subject matterwhich will further assist user in understanding the topic in more detail. This report is based onTASK 1Background of projectIt is observed that different food products obtain nutrition claims against them this bringsatisfaction to the customer who is purchasing the same. It is due to the reason that when acompany claims that their products has particular ingredients than there are very rare chancesthat the claim is not true(Concepts of Mental and Social Well-bein. 2010). This is due to thereason that in that case case can be done against tat particular organisation. This research reportwill revolve around the topic how does the food products hat claim to be nutritious are actuallyserving the motive or the assertion are fake. Those product which do not offer claim against themare considered to be less effective as they contain less amount of energy and their healthinesslevel is also low. With the increase in food culture issues related to health related problems hasraised to a great level (Beddoe, 2010). Therefore, it is necessary that awareness is created amongthe society regarding nutritious food which will be possible if its benefits over non nutritiousfood will be highlighted.IntroductionFor the following study the article which is chosen to study is that 'How many food itemsin the UK carry health and nutrition claims, and are they healthier than those that do not? Inorder to collect the relevant information to the subject matter use of both qualitative andquantitative data is done using primary and secondary methods of research so that all the1
required data can be presented.Through the research report it can be identified that what foodproducts are better weather those which claim to be nutritious or those with do not claim. It is animportant topic for conducting the study as health is the prime matter of concern in the chosenscenario.Aim –To analyse the impact of food items that claim to be nutritiousObjectives– To analyse the quantity of food products that claim to be healthier and comparisonof same with those who do not.Research QuestionsDoes the food containing health related claim are better from thosewho do not containthe same ?What is the quantity of food whichoffers nutrition claims in different stores?What is the advantage of using the product with nutrition claims?Research MethodologyResearch approach is a sort of process that has been utilized by the investigator sogeneral point and destinations can be accomplished in more powerful way (Creek and Lougher,2011). On the premise of this, look into inquiries can be settled with the goal that general effectof promoting exercises on the organization's execution can be recognized. Some of thesemethodologies and procedures are as per the following:Research outline: A proper research configuration approaches has been utilized by theanalyst with the goal that general comprehension of the advertising exercises can be expanded. Aportion of the diverse outline systems are as per the following enlightening, logical, relationship.Here, in this study data collection from primary and secondary is utilized so that inside and outcomprehension can be expanded.Research approach: There are two sorts of research methodologies, for example,inductive and deductivein which inductive is an appropriate or effective tool.Therefore,inductive approach has been utilized by the scientist with the goal that speculations can becreated on the premise of the perception.In fact it is an effective technique of reasoning isdescribed as a derivation of general principles from particular observations, though few sourcesare not satisfied with this usage. Inductive reasoning is seen as a uncertain for example;probability theory, Dempster-shafer theory with norms for inferences like Bayes' rule. Apartfrom this it does not believe on universals holdings.2
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