Instructions for Keeping 3-Day Food Records

Instructions for Keeping 3-Day Food Records - PH 1104...

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PH 1104 Nutrition and Health 1 DIETARY ASSESSMENT PROJECT Project Objectives : To estimate the food and nutrient content of your diet in relation to recommended levels of intake. Take the concepts introduced in class and examine them more closely by applying the knowledge to understanding your own dietary intake. Project Overview: There are two parts to this project, with two different due dates. Instructions for each part will be presented in class and uploaded to Blackboard. PART 1. Complete the 3-day food records You will complete 3 days of detailed records of your food and beverage intake Instructions will be given in class on 1/28/11 DUE: 2/18/2011, beginning of class PART 2. Analyze your diet and report the findings You will analyze your 3-day food records and report the findings Instructions for this part of the project will be given during week 6. Project Grading The project will be worth 10% of your final grade (100 points) Part 1: 3-day Food Records are worth 5% (50 points) Part 2: Analysis and Report are worth 5% (50 points) INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING PART 1: 3-DAY FOOD RECORDS 1. General instructions for recording: a. Record your food intake data for three (3) typical days
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