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FN 30300 PROJECT 1 Fall 2010 DUE DATE: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 I. Recording Food Intake on Meal Tracking Worksheets Keep track of ALL food and beverages consumed for three days (this includes meals, snacks, and all types of beverages). The three days should include two weekdays and one weekend day. Record food eaten and the amount consumed on the Meal Tracking worksheets. The Meal Tracking worksheets are posted on Blackboard. Complete one Meal Tracking worksheet for each of the three days. Keep accurate records. Be specific. List the type or brand of food eaten and method of preparation; for example, fried chicken or grilled chicken; McDonald’s Big Mac or Burger King Whopper. Record the amount consumed in standard measurements such as cups, ounces, teaspoons, tablespoons, size of food. For mixed foods, such as submarine sandwich, list the food items and their amounts separately. For example, a submarine sandwich could include 2 ounces ham, 2 ounces turkey, 1 ounce American cheese, 1 bun, 2 slices of tomato, 1 tablespoon mayonnaise, 1 leaf of lettuce, and 1 teaspoon hot mustard. On each worksheet, remember to write in your name and the date. Circle the appropriate type of day – either weekday or weekend. II. Completion of Activity Records For the same three days as the Meal Tracking worksheets, monitor your activities. On the activity records (found on Blackboard), document any physical activity that is above normal daily activity. Record the activity and the duration of the activity in minutes. Write in “no extra activities” on the activity record if no extra activity was completed during the day.
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