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Dietary Analysis: Part III Rachel Kachur
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Grains Vegetables Fruits Dairy Protein Foods Target 7 oz. 3 cup(s) 2 cup(s) 3 cup(s) 6 oz. Eaten 7 oz. 4¾ cup(s) 3 cup(s) 2¼ cup(s) 9 oz. Status OK Over Over Under Over Daily Food Group Targets
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Daily Limits of Sugar, Saturated fat, and Sodium Daily Limits Total Calories Eaten: 1997 Total Limit: 2200 Added Sugars Eaten: 2 g Limit: 55 g Saturated Fat Eaten: 19g Limit: 24g Sodium Eaten: 2148mg Limit: 2300mg
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Analysis The subject did meet the recommended intake for the five food groups. The subject successfully met her nutritional intake for protein, whole grains, vegetables, whole fruit, and milk. The subject did not exceed the limitations for added sugars, saturated fat, and sodium. The subject did consume approximately 24 empty calories. The food groups did go over but the calorie intake was within the recommended intake of 2200 calories. The Nutrient intake showed ok for all nutrients. However, the cholesterol was slightly over the recommended limit. Other than the cholesterol being elevated, every other aspect was
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