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Fruits and vegetables consumed by the athlete were less than the expected percentage of
the DRI goal. For instance, the athlete consumed only a single banana and avocado for the first
day but overconsumed snacks. It was expected that more fruits to be consumed to add vitamin A
and K, which are essential for reducing the risk of chronic diseases. The DRI recommends
adequate dietary intake of fruits, vegetables, and other raw products that increase Vitamin A and
K (NIH, 2020).

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Diet Analysis Student’s name Professor’s Name Date Day 1 Fruits and vegetables consumed by the athlete were less than the expected percentage of the DRI goal. For instance, the athlete consumed only a single banana and avocado for the first day but overconsumed snacks. It was expected that more fruits to be consumed to add vitamin A and K, which are essential for reducing the risk of chronic diseases. The DRI recommends adequate dietary intake of fruits, vegetables, and other raw products that increase Vitamin A and K (NIH, 2020). Day 2 The recommended change is adding bananas to ensure at least 2 for breakfast every day. Also, adding avocados to ensure at least one for lunch and another for dinner is recommendable. Half of the spending should be cut on cheese and crackers to ensure they are added to bananas and avocados. Essentially, more kales are required for the athlete to ensure the diet achieves the DRI recommendations. Day 3 A well-coordinated physical activity benefited the athlete in losing weight. The athlete consumed eggs, cheese, and other heavy foods; hence required physical activities that would support metabolic adaptations and balance the macronutrients preserved in the body for effective energy production. Exercising regularly reduces stress and induces a high sense of well-being. Also, any physical activity keeps the body active and prepares a player for multiple adaptations within muscles. The athlete consumed 80 fluid ounce daily. On the second ...
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