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Diet

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Name
Professor
Course
Date
Diet Analysis Part 1 3
Nutrients
Target
Average Eaten
Status
Total Calories
2800 Calories
2751 Calories
OK
Protein (g)***
56 g
114 g
OK
Protein (% Calories)***
10 - 35% Calories
17% Calories
OK
Carbohydrate (g)***
130 g
325 g
OK
Carbohydrate (% Calories)***
45 - 65% Calories
47% Calories
OK
Dietary Fiber
38 g
28 g
Under
Total Sugars
No Daily Target
or Limit
131 g
No Daily Target
or Limit
Added Sugars
< 70 g
67 g
OK
Total Fat
20 - 35% Calories
38% Calories
Over
Saturated Fat
< 10% Calories
16% Calories
Over
Polyunsaturated Fat
No Daily Target
or Limit
6% Calories
No Daily Target
or Limit
Monounsaturated Fat
No Daily Target
or Limit
13% Calories
No Daily Target
or Limit
Linoleic Acid (g)***
17 g
14 g
Under
Linoleic Acid (% Calories)***
5 - 10% Calories
5% Calories
OK
α-Linolenic Acid (% Calories)***
0.6 - 1.2%
Calories
0.7% Calories
OK
α-Linolenic Acid (g)***
1.6 g
2.0 g
OK
Omega 3 - EPA
No Daily Target
or Limit
14 mg
No Daily Target
or Limit
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Omega 3 - DHA
No Daily Target
or Limit
67 mg
No Daily Target
or Limit
Cholesterol
< 300 mg
434 mg
Over
Minerals
Target
Average Eaten
Status
Calcium
1000 mg
1517 mg
OK
Potassium
4700 mg
3493 mg
Under
Sodium**
< 2300 mg
4554 mg
Over
Copper
900 µg
1486 µg
OK
Iron
8 mg
22 mg
OK
Magnesium
400 mg
394 mg
Under
Phosphorus
700 mg
1716 mg
OK
Selenium
55 µg
144 µg
OK
Zinc
11 mg
16 mg
OK
Vitamins
Target
Average Eaten
Status
Vitamin A
900 µg RAE
1534 µg RAE
OK
Vitamin B6
1.3 mg
2.2 mg
OK
Vitamin B12
2.4 µg
6.3 µg
OK
Vitamin C
90 mg
101 mg
OK
Vitamin D
15 µg
5 µg
Under
Vitamin E
15 mg AT
9 mg AT
Under
Vitamin K
120 µg
649 µg
OK
Folate
400 µg DFE
756 µg DFE
OK
Thiamin
1.2 mg
2.2 mg
OK
Riboflavin
1.3 mg
3.7 mg
OK
Niacin
16 mg
24 mg
OK
Choline
550 mg
438 mg
Under
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Information about dietary supplements.
*** Nutrients that appear twice (protein, carbohydrate, linoleic acid, and α-linolenic acid) have two separate
recommendations:
1) Amount eaten (in grams) compared to your minimum recommended intake.
2) Percent of Calories eaten from that nutrient compared to the recommended range.
You may see different messages in the status column for these 2 different recommendations.
Fredrick's Physical Activity Report for Week of
04/02/17 - 04/08/17
Weekly Aerobic
Activity
Muscle Strengthening
Activity
Target (MIE²)
150
minute
s
Target
2 days
Actual (MIE²)
210
minute
s
Actual
3 days
Date
Duration
Minute
s
MIE²
Minute
s
Activit
y
Intensit
y
Estimat
ed
Calories
Burned¹
Activity
Counts
Toward
Weekly
Aerobic
Goal
Muscle
Strengtheni
ng
Sunday
04/02/17
480
0
Sleepin
g
Light
781
Light
intensit
y
activity
does
not
count
toward
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MIE**
minutes
.
Althoug
h, any
activity
is
always
better
than
none!
Monday
04/03/17
480
0
Sleepin
g
Light
781
Light
intensit
y
activity
does
not
count
toward
MIE**
minutes
.
Althoug
h, any
activity
is
always
better
than
none!
Tuesday
04/04/17
480
0
Sleepin
g
Light
781
Light
intensit
y
activity
does
not
count
toward
MIE**
minutes
.
Althoug
h, any
activity
is
always
better
than
none!
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Wednesday
04/05/17
480
0
Sleepin
g
Light
781
Light
intensit
y
activity
does
not
count
toward
MIE**
minutes
.
Althoug
h, any
activity
is
always
better
than
none!
Thursday
04/06/17
45
45
Walking
, 4 mph
(15
min/mil
e)
Modera
te
366
480
0
Sleepin
g
Light
781
Light
intensit
y
activity
does
not
count
toward
MIE**
minutes
.
Althoug
h, any
activity
is
always
better
than
none!
Friday
04/07/17
45
45
Walking
, 4 mph
(15
min/mil
e)
Modera
te
366
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480
0
Sleepin
g
Light
781
Light
intensit
y
activity
does
not
count
toward
MIE**
minutes
.
Althoug
h, any
activity
is
always
better
than
none!
Saturday
04/08/17
120
120
Cleanin
g,
medium
effort
(e.g.
washin
g car,
cleanin
g
garage)
Modera
te
683
480
0
Sleepin
g
Light
781
Light
intensit
y
activity
does
not
count
toward
MIE**
minutes
.
Althoug
h, any
activity
is
always
better
than
none!
Total Weekly MIE² Minutes: 210
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1 Calories burned are estimates only for an average person performing the activity.
2 Moderate Intensity Equivalent (MIE) Minutes: Every minute of vigorous activity counts as two
minutes of moderate activity. For example,
30 minutes of vigorous activity is equivalent to 60 MIE minutes.
Light intensity activity and activity less than 10 minutes in duration do not count toward MIE
minutes. Although, any activity is always better
than none!
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Analysis of Carbohydrate Intake
The analysis is for diet intake for three consecutive days; Thursday April 06,
2017, Friday April 07, 2017, and Saturday April 08, 2017. An analysis of physical
activities is also done for the week that these three days are inclusive of. The analysis was
done with the aid of an online software on ChooseMyPlate.gov.
On checking the analysis report, it is found that 47% of calories was from
carbohydrates during the three day period. This meets the recommended percentage of
calories consumption from carbohydrates to be between 45 percent and 65 percent of the
total calories intake. Had it not been within the recommended range, a number of changes
would have been necessary for example increasing or reducing consumption of rice,
white and wild blend, cooked with margarine and pasta. Had the percentage been on the
lower side of the range, then an increase of the two foods would be required while if it
had been on the upper side of the range then a reduction in their intake would be
appropriate.
On average, the fiber consumed was 73% of what is required. White bread with
added fiber and rice and beans, cooked with margarine provided the greatest amount of
fiber during the three day period. The fiber intake was low and two fiber rich foods that
can boost the intake of fiber are beans and peas (“Weight Losing,” 1995). On average, the
daily added sugar intake was 67g. Multiplying this value by 4 calories per gram, we get
268 calories. This is way above the American Heart Association recommendations to get
no more than 150 calories per day from added sugars. Soft drinks and milkshake
provided the greatest amounts of added sugars.
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Works Cited
Weight, Losing. "A satiety index of common foods." European journal of clinical
nutrition 49.9 (1995): 675-690.

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