9.18 - • Record food items as completely as possible...

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Daily Food Record Name (print):_Laura Shade____________________ Day/Date of Intake: _ Tuesday 9/18/07 ___________ Male______ Female __x____ Age __20_____ Meal Date Time Of Day Food Item Amount Description (Brand or restaurant) How Prepared (if applicable) Breakfast 9/18 9:30am Chocolate Soy Milk 8.25 fl oz Silk Lunch 9/18 12:30pm 241 g Michelina Lean Gourment Microwave Apples 3.15oz Chiquita w/caramel Soda 12fl oz Diet Dr. Pepper Dinner 9/18 7:30pm Chicken Caesar Salad Quiznos Romaine Lettuce 3 cups Flatbread 1.5 stand. pancakes Parmesan Cheese Blend ¼ cup toasted Black Olives 1/3 cup Caesar Dressing 2 tbsp Soda 16 oz Diet Coke Snacks 9/18 1:30pm Mozzarella cheese stick 28g Disney Magic Solutions Lite 12:40am Sleepytime Tea 12fl oz Celestial Seasonings Hot Banana medium Water 24 fl oz
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Unformatted text preview: • Record food items as completely as possible, listing separate ingredients when indicated (e.g., don’t just write “sandwich”, but include type of bread, filling, vegetables added, sauces and condiments). • Don’t forget beverages, including alcoholic beverages, sodas, and water. • Estimate the amounts or serving size you consume as closely as possible in units , such as cups, ounces, teaspoons, and teaspoons. (NOTE: “one serving”, “one bowl”, or “one piece” are not acceptable units as they are subjective measures and don’t relay quantifiable amounts.) You may want to measure foods to obtain a more accurate estimate of quantity....
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2008 for the course NURS 150a taught by Professor .. during the Spring '08 term at Vanderbilt.

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