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Davis Berryhill NSC 170c Heart Healthy Diet Part A. 1. Types of fat that should be increased to create a healthy diet. Monounsaturated fats. This group includes walnuts, avocado and olive oil Polyunsaturated fats. This group includes salmon, fish oil, as well as corn. Omega 3 fatty acids. Although this group could be considered in polyunsaturated this particular fat helps prevent depression, protects against memory loss, and reduces the risk of heart disease Types of fat that should be decreased to keep a healthy diet. Saturated fats. This can be found in dairy, eggs, and seafood. Trans fat. This includes fried foods and packaged goods. 2. Carbohydrates to increase. This includes fruits and vegetables as well as fiber. Carbohydrates to decrease would include soda, candy, and sugar. 3. Sodium could possibly be decreased because too much could cause dehydration. Obviously sodium needs to be taken into the body for fluid balance although too much can really effect the body. Part B. Breakfast: Pop tart Nutrient Amount % of Daily Target or Limit Total Calories 422 17% limit Protein 5 g 8% target Carbohydrate 76 g 59% target Dietary Fiber 1 g 2% target Total Sugars 36 g No daily target or limit Added Sugars 18 g No daily target or limit Total Fat 11 g No daily target or limit Saturated Fat 3 g 10% limit Monounsaturated Fat 6 g No daily target or limit Polyunsaturated Fat 1 g No daily target or limit
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Sausage Sunny D Fat limit Lunch Nachos Coke Nutrient Total Calories 364 15% limit Protein 1 g 1% target Carbohydrate 94 g 72% target Dietary Fiber 0 g 0% target Total Sugars 88 g
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