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All Daily Reports A variety of reports and information combined into one document. Profile Info Personal: Diamond Travis Female 27 yrs 5 ft 5 in 279 lb Day(s): Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5 Activity Level: Sedentary Strive for an Active activity level. Weight Change: Lose 2 lb per week Best not to exceed 2 lbs per week. BMI: 46.4 Normal is 18.5 to 25. Clinically Obese is 30 or higher.
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Actual Intakes -vs- Recommended Intakes The actual intakes -vs- recommended intakes report displays the amount of nutrients consumed as they compare to your dietary intake recommendations. Nutrient Actual Rec. Percent Basic Components Calories 1,591. 1,698.3 94 % Calories from Fat 626.43 475.52 132 % 20-35% of Calories (adults 19+ yrs)* Calories from SatFat 218.67 152.85 143 % Less than 10% of Calories+ Protein (g) 62.30 101.24 62 % 10-35% of Calories (adults 19+ yrs)*~ Carbohydrates (g) 188.57 233.52 81 % 45-65% of Calories (adults 19+ yrs)* Total Sugars (g) 97.60 Added Sugar (g)++ 25.38 Less than 10% of Calories+ Dietary Fiber (g) 7.68 23.78 32 % Soluble Fiber (g) 0.18 InSoluble Fiber (g) 1.14 Fat (g) 69.60 52.84 132 % 20-35% of Calories (adults 19+ yrs)* Saturated Fat (g) 24.30 16.98 143 % Less than 10% of Calories+ Trans Fat (g) 1.55 Minimize+ Mono Fat (g) 10.78 18.87 57 % Poly Fat (g) 7.07 16.98 42 % Cholesterol (mg) 247.36 300.00 82 % Limit+ Water (g) 676.89 2,700.0 25 % Vitamins Vitamin A - RAE (mcg) 81.22 700.00 12 % Beta-carotene (mcg) 85.80 Vitamin B1 - Thiamin (mg) 0.40 1.10 36 % Vitamin B2 - Riboflavin 0.43 1.10 39 % Vitamin B3 - Niacin (mg) 6.19 14.00 44 % Vitamin B6 (mg) 0.48 1.30 37 % Do not exceed 100 mg* Vitamin B12 (mcg) 1.18 2.40 49 % Over 50 should take a supplement or eat fortified foods* Vitamin C (mg) 58.35 75.00 78 % Vitamin D - mcg (mcg) 0.13 15.00 1 % 15 to no more than 100 mcg* Vitamin E - a-Toco (mg) 2.15 15.00 14 % Folate (mcg) 57.53 400.00 14 % Women of child-bearing age should take a supplement or fortified foods with 400 mcg* Minerals Calcium (mg) 377.17 1,000.0 38 % Do not exceed 2500 mg* Iron (mg) 5.17 18.00 29 % Do not exceed 45 mg* Magnesium (mg) 41.37 310.00 13 % Do not exceed 350 mg by supplement* Phosphorus (mg) 323.96 700.00 46 % Do not exceed 4000 mg* Potassium (mg) 635.23 4,700.0 14 % At least 4700 mg per day* Selenium (mcg) 13.19 Sodium (mg) 2,421. 2,300.0 105 % Less than 2300 mg per day* - less than 1500 mg for some people+ Zinc (mg) 4.55 8.00 57 % Do not exceed 40 mg* Other
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Omega-3 (g) 0.26 Omega-6 (g) 5.70 Alcohol (g) 0.00 Do not exceed 2 standard drinks for men and 1 standard drink for women+ Caffeine (mg) 30.00 Up to 400 mg (three to five 8-oz cups of coffee per day)+ ~ 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. ++The nutrient content of the items in the MDA food database depend on manufacturers' reporting accurate information. Since many do not have data yet on added sugars, this number may not be an accurate reflection of added sugar intake. * Dietary Reference Intakes + 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans
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All Nutrients Spreadsheet This report shows all nutrient values in a spreadsheet format. Nutrients are displayed horizontally, with totals at the bottom of the list.
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