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final_dietary analysis

final_dietary analysis - machine on your way to class or...

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4. Evaluate your food intake. Compare your actual intake using the 3-Day Average reports with your DRI goals and write an evaluation addressing the adequacy of all nutrients analyzed. Did you consume too little or too much of certain nutrients? Suggest changes that are feasible for you ( list specific foods to increase low values ) or state why change is not needed. Review your intake spreadsheets to identify high /low values of calories and nutrients in the food you consumed. Furthermore, indicate the factor or factors that influenced your selection of the specific food you ate. For example, if you ate a candy bar before your evening class, did you choose it because you passed the vending
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Unformatted text preview: machine on your way to class, or because you didn’t have enough money to buy something else, or you were stressed and candies always make you feel better, etc. Did you read food labels? Reflect on your overall dietary intake and indicate the most common factor influencing your food choices. (minimum 800 words; no points will be taken off if your evaluation is longer) (28 points) 5. It is suggested to use subtitles (e.g., Total calories, Macronutrients, Micronutrients, Changes to be made, Influence on food choices, etc.) to organize your written evaluation and pay attention to sentence structures and spelling (2 points)....
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