3 Diet Analysis

3 Diet Analysis - Your Personal Diet Analysis Lecture 3...

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Your Personal Diet Analysis Lecture 3 January 31, 2008 Dr. Wasserman
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Lecture 4 Purpose of Assignment To evaluate your own diet by comparing your personal nutrient intake to Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI’s) for nutrients, and dietary guidelines, which set limits for dietary components such as fat, saturated fat, cholesterol.
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Lecture 4 The Project consists of 3 Parts Part I: Diet Analysis A. Collection of Data Recording food intake B. Processing Data Using Diet Analysis Plus 8.0 Program (DA+) C. Printing Reports Part II: Diet Questionnaire Interpreting Results of the Diet Analysis Part III : Submission of Project
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Lecture 4 A.Collection of Data Recording what you eat ON PAPER Choose 3 consecutive days to record food intake One (1) weekend day must be included Be sure to record all food and liquids consumed Include all meal items and snacks Use one Food Record Sheet per day This is a diary (your log) of what you ate For each food consumed, record: the time and item consumed description of the item (boiled, fried, diced, etc.) portion size Do not include any vitamin/mineral supplements in your food record
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Lecture 4 Food Record (available on class website 2/4) Time of Item Description of Item Portion Size / Meal/Snack Quantity
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Lecture 4 Recording Food Intake Data
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Lecture 4 Help: Estimating Portion Sizes Measure, if possible Check net weights and portions on packaging Estimating Tips:
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course FOOD SCI 104 taught by Professor Hirsch,quadro,wasserman during the Fall '07 term at Rutgers.

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