IN 2 paragraph answer the question for the case study
Maria Fuentes, a 30-year-old Ecuadorian American, has a follow-up appointment related to type 2 diabetes mellitus, which was diagnosed 2 weeks ago during an annual physical assessment.
Her primary language is Spanish, while her English skills are good; she has difficulty understanding complex medical terminology.
Ms. Fuentes is 158 cm tall, weighs 80 kg (body mass index [BMI] 32), and eats a diet high in fats and starches. Her blood glucose levels at home have been elevated.
Maria has a history of obesity and peripheral vascular disorder. Current vital signs are temperature 37.0 C tympanic, pulse 88 beats/min, respirations 18 breaths/min, and blood pressure 142/90. Medications include an oral hypoglycemic, plavix, and a daily vitamin.
Ms. Fuentes tells the CHN that she is going to have a holiday dinner at her brother’s house and the whole family will be there. She conveys concern about being able to follow her diet plan while eating with the entire family.
Q.1 What could the CHN do to help this patient?
Q.2 How might Ms. Fuentes plan for family dinners in her diet plan