report diet analysis

Humanities

BIOL1400

Macomb Community College

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Hello , I have some work to do about diet analysis , I did explain everything below , and i attached the example that you have to review .

i had done diet analysis #1 and #2 which's (food list, bar graph, recommendations) . please look at them then you can make up for Diet analysis report #3.

Report requirement :

Step #3:Complete an analysis of your food intake (from steps “a” to “f”)based on the bar graph report from Step #2: Submit this step is on 02/07 (Time: By 11:59 PM)Instructions: You need to prepare this in a Word document by creating a table format with one row. Please follow the sample from Canvas as a guide for how the analysis needs to be completed. You will lose points for not completing your analysis as suggested. Again, use your own words to do your analysis.a. Evaluate your calorie intake: State your intake value (actual amounts with units) of total calories State whether you met/ exceeded or did not meet the recommendation. State what you will do if you have met less than 70 % of your calorie intake. Give long term health risks of low caloric intake. (Use your understanding from Chapter 2) Give two health consequences of excessive calorie consumption.b.Evaluate your protein intake : State your intake value (actual amounts with units) of protein compared to the DRI goal. Indicate whether or not your intake meets the DRI recommendation. State what you will do if you have exceeded the protein intake level and give any long term health risks associated with excessive intake.(Use your understanding from Chapter 6) Give two protein sources.c.Evaluate your Carbohydrate intake : State your intake value (actual amounts with units) of carbohydrates compared to the DRI goal. Indicate whether or not your intake meets the DRI recommendation. Explain what is more important: The grams/amounts of carbohydrates consumed versus the type or quality of carbohydrates we choose to eat. (Use your understanding from Chapter 4) Give two complex carbohydrate sources.

Page3d.Evaluate your dietary fiber intake: State your intake value (actual amounts with units) of dietary fiber compared to the DRI goal. Indicate whether or not your intake meets the DRI recommendation. State what you will do to meet the necessary level of dietary fibers and why it is important to meet that by stating some health benefits. (Use your understanding from Chapter 4) Give two dietary fiber sourcese.Evaluate your saturated fat intake : State your intake value (actual amounts with units) of saturated fat. State whether you met/ exceeded the AHA recommendation. State two food sources of saturated fatin your dietand what you will do to incorporate healthier fats. Give two health consequences of saturated fat.f.Evaluate your water intake: State your intake value (actual amounts with units) of water compared to the DRI goal. Indicate whether or not your intake meets the DRI recommendation. State what you will do to meet the need if you have not met the DRI goal. State two dangers of not drinking enough water

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Bar Graph Report The Bar Graph Report displays graphically the amount of the nutrient consumed and compares that to the dietary intake recommendations. Profile Info Day(s): 2021 Jan 13, Jan 15 (All) Activity Level: Sedentary (Strive for an Active activity level.) Normal is 18.5 to 25. BMI: 20.1 Weight Change: Lose 2 lb per week Nutrient Value Basic Components Calories Calories from Fat Calories from SatFat Protein (g) 442.07 Best not to exceed 2 lbs per week. DRI Goal Percent 0 844.64 52 % 211.20 236.50 89 % 79.06 76.02 104 % 23.06 42.46* Protein (% Calories) Carbohydrates (g) Carbohydrates (% Calories) Total Sugars (g) Dietary Fiber (g) Soluble Fiber (g) InSoluble Fiber (g) Fat (g) 20.86 54 % 20.11* 104 % 33.69 116.14 29 % 30.49 55.00 55 % 11.82 22 % 23.47 26.28 Fat (% Calories) Saturated Fat (g) Trans Fat (g) 47.78 28.00 89 % 171 % Mono Fat (g) 6.19 9.38 Poly Fat (g) 4.90 8.45 66 % 58 % Cholesterol (mg) Water (g) Vitamins 242.76 300.00~ 81 % Vitamin A RAE (mcg) Vitamin B1 Thiamin (mg) Vitamin B2 Riboflavin (mg) 13.81 ^ 2.65 0.18 1.06 8.78 8.45~ 104 % 0.05 1,401.21 2,700.00 52 % 290.84 700.00 42 % 0.19 1.10 18 % 0.52 1.10 48 % 50 100 150 Vitamin B3 Niacin (mg) Vitamin B6 (mg) 5.38 14.00 38 % 0.36 1.30 28 % Vitamin B12 (mcg) Vitamin C (mg) 0.64 2.40 26 % 5.33 75.00 7% Vitamin D - mcg (mcg) Vitamin E - aToco (mg) Folate (mcg) Minerals 1.17 15.00 8% 1.29 15.00 9% 86.43 400.00 22 % Calcium (mg) Iron (mg) Magnesium (mg) Phosphorus (mg) Potassium (mg) Sodium (mg) Zinc (mg) 170.19 1,000.00 2.77 18.00 17 % 15 % 66.19 310.00 21 % 290.59 700.00 42 % 577.34 2,600.00 22 % 516.49 2,300.00~ 22 % 1.78 8.00 22 % Other Omega-3 (g) Omega-6 (g) Alcohol (g) 0.61 + 4.24 + 0.00 Caffeine (mg) 111.34 * Protein is not adjusted for endurance/strength athletes at an Active or Very Active activity level. ^ Total Sugars includes those naturally occuring in food and added sugars. ~ This value is a recommended consumption limit, not a goal. + There is no established recommendation for Omega-3 and Omega-6. Food List Report The Food List report displays a simple list of foods that you have entered, along with their calorie values. Profile Info Day(s): 2021 Jan 13, Jan 15 (All) Activity Level: Sedentary BMI: 20.1 Weight Change: Lose 2 lb per week (Strive for an Active activity level.) Normal is 18.5 to 25. Best not to exceed 2 lbs per week. Amount Item Cals Wed 01-13-2021 1.0 tsp powdered creamer, original (Coffee-Mate) 10 8.0 fl-oz water, tap (USDA) 1.0 ea muffin, blueberry, mini (USDA) 2.0 ea egg, fried, large (USDA) 1.0 bag tea bag, green (Lipton Tea) 1.0 slice bread, wheat (USDA) 79 1.0 bag tea, dry (Lipton Tea) 0 1.0 slice pizza, pan, pepperoni, personal (Pizza Hut) 0 64 180 0 160 Day Total 494 Fri 01-15-2021 1.0 cup lettuce, romaine, fresh, shredded (USDA) 8 0.5 thick tomatoes, fresh, year round average, sliced (USDA) 2 1.0 cup coffee, brewed, with tap water (USDA) 2 0.5 lb cucumber, fresh, with skin, sliced (USDA) 34 1.0 Tbs salad dressing, ranch (USDA) 64 2.0 oz chicken breast, roasted, skinless (USDA) 94 1.0 bag tea bag, green (Lipton Tea) 0.5 cup ice cream, rich chocolate (USDA) 8.0 cup water, tap (USDA) 0 186 0 Day Total 391 Total 884 Day Average 442 Item Average 52 Recommendations The Recommendations Report lists the recommended daily nutrient intake for a person based on the information entered. Often referred to as the DRI (Dietary Reference Intake). Profile Info Nutrient DRI Goal Notes Basic Components Calories 844.64 42.46 10% - 35% of Calories (adults 19-70 yrs) *~ Protein (g) Carbohydrates (g) 116.14 45% - 65% of Calories (adults 19-70 yrs) * Dietary Fiber (g) 11.82 Fat (g) 26.28 20% - 35% of Calories (adults 19-70 yrs) * Saturated Fat (g) 8.45 Less than 10% of Calories + Mono Fat (g) 9.38 Poly Fat (g) 8.45 Cholesterol (mg) 300.00 Less than 300 mg per day ^ Water (g) 2,700.00 Vitamins Vitamin A - RAE (mcg) 700.00 Do not exceed 3000mg * Vitamin B1 - Thiamin (mg) 1.10 Vitamin B2 - Riboflavin (mg) 1.10 Vitamin B3 - Niacin (mg) 14.00 Vitamin B6 (mg) 1.30 Do not exceed 100 mg * Vitamin B12 (mcg) 2.40 Over 50 should take a supplement * Vitamin C (mg) 75.00 Do not exceed 2000 mg * Vitamin D - mcg (mcg) 15.00 Do not exceed 100 mcg * Vitamin E - Alpha Tocopherol (mg) 15.00 Do not exceed 1000mg * Folate (mcg) 400.00 Women of child bearing age should take a supplement * Minerals Calcium (mg) Iron (mg) 1,000.00 Do not exceed 2500 mg * 18.00 Do not exceed 45 mg * Magnesium (mg) 310.00 Do not exceed 350 mg by supplement * Phosphorus (mg) 700.00 Do not exceed 4000 mg * Potassium (mg) Sodium (mg) Zinc (mg) 2,600.00 2,300.00 Less than 2300 mg - lower for some people + 8.00 Do not exceed 40 mg * Sources: * Dietary Reference Intakes - For Adult 19-70 years, non-pregnant + Dietary Guidelines for Americans ~ Protein is not adjusted for endurance/strength athletes at an Active or Very Active activity level. ^ Reference Daily Intake Recommendations The Recommendations Report lists the recommended daily nutrient intake for a person based on the information entered. Often referred to as the DRI (Dietary Reference Intake). Profile Info Nutrient DRI Goal Notes Basic Components Calories 844.64 42.46 10% - 35% of Calories (adults 19-70 yrs) *~ Protein (g) Carbohydrates (g) 116.14 45% - 65% of Calories (adults 19-70 yrs) * Dietary Fiber (g) 11.82 Fat (g) 26.28 20% - 35% of Calories (adults 19-70 yrs) * Saturated Fat (g) 8.45 Less than 10% of Calories + Mono Fat (g) 9.38 Poly Fat (g) 8.45 Cholesterol (mg) 300.00 Less than 300 mg per day ^ Water (g) 2,700.00 Vitamins Vitamin A - RAE (mcg) 700.00 Do not exceed 3000mg * Vitamin B1 - Thiamin (mg) 1.10 Vitamin B2 - Riboflavin (mg) 1.10 Vitamin B3 - Niacin (mg) 14.00 Vitamin B6 (mg) 1.30 Do not exceed 100 mg * Vitamin B12 (mcg) 2.40 Over 50 should take a supplement * Vitamin C (mg) 75.00 Do not exceed 2000 mg * Vitamin D - mcg (mcg) 15.00 Do not exceed 100 mcg * Vitamin E - Alpha Tocopherol (mg) 15.00 Do not exceed 1000mg * Folate (mcg) 400.00 Women of child bearing age should take a supplement * Minerals Calcium (mg) Iron (mg) 1,000.00 Do not exceed 2500 mg * 18.00 Do not exceed 45 mg * Magnesium (mg) 310.00 Do not exceed 350 mg by supplement * Phosphorus (mg) 700.00 Do not exceed 4000 mg * Potassium (mg) Sodium (mg) Zinc (mg) 2,600.00 2,300.00 Less than 2300 mg - lower for some people + 8.00 Do not exceed 40 mg * Sources: * Dietary Reference Intakes - For Adult 19-70 years, non-pregnant + Dietary Guidelines for Americans ~ Protein is not adjusted for endurance/strength athletes at an Active or Very Active activity level. ^ Reference Daily Intake ...
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