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Muhammad Muzammil PED116 04/07/2016 Dietary Analysis Self-Recommendations Observing my dietary Analysis was not surprising as much to me, just realized how high my calories actually were. And I was eating white bread way too much, especially with Pizza. I was just a little of the target when I looked at how much Vitamin A I got. Some sweet potatoes will do the trick. Most of it looked good and I hit the target on a lot of them, my Vitamin B6 was good, since my Chicken intake daily was up to 12oz. I was getting up to almost 2000 mg of calcium, which my target was 1300mg. Strong bones are necessary to be athlete. Stronger bones, more calcium some say. Zinc intake was just a little above the target. I wish to consume more zinc since it helps produce testosterone. More testosterone you have, the more energy I believe;
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Unformatted text preview: also better muscle growth some researchers may argue. My protein was up 161g, which I thought was great since the great Arnold Schwarzenegger said, “You need 1g of protein per body weight. Since I am a 150, I was consuming 11g more. My potassium seemed to be low, consuming 1914mg when I should have 4700mg. I should eat more bananas, yogurt, squash, and leafy greens. Just need a variety of vegetables and fruits. Since I do daily active activity, I should make sure potassium has been consumed to the expected target rate. Low potassium causes the risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke. None of which an athlete seeks....
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