Three Day Diet Analysis Checkpoint

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Three Day Diet Analysis Checkpoint SCI 241 Crystal Webb 08/27/10 How does your diet compare to the recommendations you received from the Food Guide Pyramid? How many servings from each food group did you consume? My diet did not meet the requirements of the Food Pyramid. I was under in every category except fruits. I consumed two servings of fruit, two servings of dairy, one serving of vegetables, two servings of meat, and one serving of grains. There are many areas that I need to approve on. How might you modify your diet to get the recommended servings for each food group? What are some nutrient-rich foods that you could add to your daily diet? I have been extremely busy this week and have not had the best eating habits. I think one of the biggest things I can do to modify my diet is to eat breakfast every morning. I have a hard time eating in the morning and tend to eat more in the afternoons. Then I am not very
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Unformatted text preview: hungry at dinner time. I think eating smaller meals throughout the day can help me achieve my recommended servings for each food group. For me, the biggest nutrient rich foods I can add to my diet are meats. I do not eat much meat but my doctor requires me to eat 60 to 70 grams of protein a day. Whole grains like cereals, and bread are other nutrient rich foods that I need to add to my diet. Examine the food labels for three of the items included on your food diary. List the following components for each of the items: Total calories per serving Cheerios-110 Milk-110 Tuna-60 Percentage of calories from fat Cheerios-3% Milk-4% Tuna-2% Total amount of carbohydrates (in grams) Cheerios-23g Milk-13g Tuna-0 Total amount of protein (in grams) Cheerios-3g Milk-8g Tuna-13g Total amount of fiber (in grams) Cheerios-4g Milk-0g Tuna-0g...
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course SCI 241 241 taught by Professor Donna during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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