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FOS 2001 Spring 2016 Assignment 5: MyDiet Analysis and hypothesis evaluation Name: Sarah Sherr Profile page:
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Actual Intakes -vs- Recommended Intakes Profile Info Personal: Sarah Sherr Female 18 yrs 5 ft 7 in 125 lb Day(s): Day 1 (Dinner, Snack), Day 2 (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snack), Day 3 (Lunch, Dinner, Snack), Day 4 (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snack) Activity Level: Low Active Strive for an Active activity level. Weight Change: Lose 1 lb per week Best not to exceed 2 lbs per week. BMI: 19.6 Normal is 18.5 to 25. Clinically Obese is 30 or higher. Annotations 1. Did you prove or disprove your hypothesis? As part of the answer for this question you have to list in one group all nutrients under 75% and in the second group all nutrients above 75%. I disproved my hypothesis. The nutrients under 75% are: mono fat, poly fat, cholesterol, water, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, calcium, phosphorus, selenium. The nutrients above 75% are: calories, calories from fat, calories from saturated fat, protein, carbohydrates, sugar, dietary fiber, saturated fat, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, folate, iron, potassium, sodium, zinc. 2. Based on your hypothesis, did you correctly predict the 10 nutrients that support your hypothesis? When answering this question you have to include 10 nutrients which you listed in assignment 4. Based on my hypothesis, I did not correctly predict the 10 nutrients that support my hypothesis. In Assignment 4, I predicted that I needed more caffeine, dietary fiber, soluble fiber, water, vitamin B6, vitamin A, folate,magnesium, potassium and selenium. However, according to My Diet Analysis, I need more water, vitamin A, and selenium. The actual intakes -vs- recommended intakes report displays the amount of nutrients consumed as they compare to your dietary intake recommendations in a bar graph format. 0 50 100 Percent Nutrient Actual 150 Rec. Basic Components Calories 2,204.01 137 % 1,607.75 Calories from Fat 504.65 112 % 450.17 Calories from SatFat 188.27 130 % 144.70 Protein (g) 100.10 208 % 48.19 * Carbohydrates (g) 339.91 154 % 221.07 Sugar (g) 77.15 Dietary Fiber (g) 37.78 168 % 22.51 Soluble Fiber (g) 2.50 InSoluble Fiber (g) 8.12 Fat (g) 56.07 112 % 50.02 Saturated Fat (g) 20.92 130 % 16.08 Trans Fat (g) 0.38 Mono Fat (g) 5.92 33 % 17.86 Poly Fat (g) 3.00 19 % 16.08 Cholesterol (mg) 170.44 57 % 300.00 Water (g) 1,088.78 47 % 2,300.00
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Vitamins Vitamin A - RAE (mcg) 434.88 62 % 700.00 Beta-carotene (mcg) 2,696.84 Vitamin B1 - Thiamin (mg) 2.02 202 % 1.00 Vitamin B2 - Riboflavin (mg) 1.40 140 % 1.00 Vitamin B3 - Niacin (mg) 15.15 108 % 14.00 Vitamin B6 (mg) 0.98 82 % 1.20 Vitamin B12 (mcg) 2.29 95 % 2.40 Vitamin C (mg) 39.62 61 % 65.00 Vitamin D - mcg (mcg) 3.04 20 % 15.00 Vitamin E - Alpha Toc. (mg) 2.17 14 % 15.00 Folate (mcg) 510.75 128 % 400.00 Minerals Calcium (mg) 769.88 59 % 1,300.00 Iron (mg) 12.39 83 % 15.00 Magnesium (mg) 240.23 67 % 360.00 Phosphorus (mg) 990.11 79 % 1,250.00 Potassium (mg) 2,063.69 44 % 4,700.00 Selenium (mcg) 58.45 Sodium (mg) 7,642.51 332 % 2,300.00 Zinc (mg) 8.21 91 % 9.00 Other Omega-3 (g) 0.48 Omega-6 (g) 2.48 Alcohol (g) 0.00 Caffeine (mg) 37.50 * Protein recommendations have not been adjusted to take into account endurance/strength athletes who fall into the active and very active categories, but do take into account pregnancy and lactation.
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