Jordan is a 14-year-old middle school student who weighs 275 pounds and is 56 tall. Over the past 2 years, he has gained 60 pounds, has begun to withdraw from social activities, and has avoided other students due to bullying from others his age about his weight/appearance. Lately, Jordan has been missing a great deal of school too, particularly on the days he has gym. Jordans parents are both average in height and weight. Jordans mother says that he just takes after his grandfather William, who was a husky man, and died of a sudden heart attack at the age of 44. She says, We just have fat genes in the family; you cant do anything about that! He has been told he has no willpower, or is weak, and that he needs to change his lifestyle, eat less, and exercise more. Jordan says I go for a couple days without eating, but then I get so hungry that I could eat the couch! Jordan has recently been diagnosed with gallbladder disease and has symptoms that typically occur after eating that include mild pain in the midepigastric region, radiating to the right upper quadrant of the abdomen and right subscapular area of the body. You are the nurse assigned to Jordan. Question: Continue with the nursing process for a bit. In terms of implementation, discuss priority strategies that include education on appropriate food intake and body utilization. How will you promote healthy food choices for wellness and healing ??