EXSC 100 - Dietary Analysis

EXSC 100 - Dietary Analysis - Tim Thyne EXSC 100 R Campell...

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Tim Thyne EXSC 100 R. Campell 3/7/2007 Dietary Analysis 1. I am deficient in Vitamin K. Over the last week I only averaged 12.99mcg instead of  the RDA of 70mcg. There are several diseases associated with this deficiency. For  men these diseases include: a. Anemia b. Osteoporosis c. Hypercalciuria d. Liver Cancer e. Osteopenia Symptoms of the deficiency include (men): a. Gastrointestinal bleeding b. Hematuria (blood in the urine) c. Nosebleeds d. Eye hemorrhages e. Gum bleeding f. Prolonged clotting times g. Hematomas
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h. Hemorrhaging i. Easy bruising j. Purpura k. Fractures l. Calcification of soft tissue, especially heart valves. (www.ctds.info) 2. My calorie breakdown was not reflective of the recommended 58% carbs, 30% fat,  and 12% protein. The breakdown was as follows: Carbs: 50% Fat: 34% Protein: 16%  This shows that I need to re-appropriate the fat and protein in my diet.
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