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Kamaldeen Olatunji Module Five Assignment Grading Criteria: Each Question is worth two points. Two point will be deducted if you do not cite sources. Part One The following diet is a typical day’s intake for Ricardo, a 32 year old male who is 5'10 inches tall and 166 pounds. Item Amoun t Protein in grams Frosted Cheerios 2 cups 4 2% milk 1 cup 8 banana 1 large 0 Wendy’s single burger with cheese 1 28 French fries 1 medium 4 coke 24 ounces 0 snickers bar 1 4 broiled chicken with skin 8 ounces 69 baked potato with 1 Tbsp butter 1 large 5 frozen green beans, steamed 3/4 cup 1.5 dinner rolls 2 1 breyers ice cream, chocolate 1 cup 4 Total Total: 128.5 1. Fill in the table above by looking up the protein content of the 2% milk in the nutrient composition book that came with the textbook or by entering in 2% milk label in a google search. How much protein is Ricardo eating in grams? 128.5 Grams of protein 2. What are the sources of complete or high biological value protein in Ricardo's diet? What percent of the total protein in Ricardo's diet is coming from complete or high biological value
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sources? The source of complete or high biological value protein in Ricardo’s diet is milk, broiled chicken with skin and Wendy’s single burger with cheese. About 81% of the total protein in Ricardo’s diet is coming from complete or high biological value sources.
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