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NST 10: I N T R O D U C T I O N   T O  H U M A N  N U T R I T I O N U N I V E R S I T Y   O F  C A L I F O R N I A , B E R K E L E Y F A L L  2009 Assignment:  Final Diet Analysis Due Date:  The Week of November 16 Possible points: 15 
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Student ID#: _______________ Please read all of these directions carefully. You are going to analyze your diet over a 3-day period (two weekdays and one weekend  day). Record all of the foods and drinks  (including water)  you consume for three consecutive  days (1 day = a 24-hour period). Write down the type of food, the amount eaten and  brand names, if possible.  Using the MyDietAnalysis program, input your food and beverages for 3 separate days. NOTE: For the purpose of this assignment, we’d like you to focus on your current  nutritional needs. When you are entering in your personal information in your profile, to  get the report results that most accurately reflect your CURRENT nutritional needs,  make sure that for the “Weight Change” option that you put “None.”  If you say that you  want to lose 2 pounds a week, for example, then your calorie intake will be significantly  lower and will not represent your current calorie needs.   When you have entered all food, click the "Reports" tab at the top of the page. On the left  hand side of the page, click "Actual Intakes –vs- Recommended Intakes" button.  Make  sure that your report reflects your intake for all 3 days.   Use the information from the "Actual Intakes –vs- Recommended Intakes" page to  answer the following questions.  Answers will also be found in the textbook. Print out your “Actual Intakes –vs- Recommended Intakes” and attach it to this  assignment.   Also click on and print out “MyFoodList” and attach it to this assignment.   You must turn in the “Actual Intakes –vs- Recommended Intakes” report, “MyFoodList”  report and this packet, in order to get credit for the assignment. Three (3) points will be  deducted for each missing report. 2
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This note was uploaded on 09/06/2010 for the course CHEM 10894 taught by Professor Pederson during the Fall '10 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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