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Practice Calculations Part 2

# Practice Calculations Part 2 - Practice Calculations 1 Jim...

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Practice Calculations 1. Jim needs to eat 2200 calories a day. His training regimen suggests 40% carbs, 30% protein and 30% fat. How many grams of carbs, protein and fat is that? 2. If a meal had 89 grams of carbs, 40 grams of protein and 14 grams of fat, what is the total calories of the meal and what is the percent of each macronutrient? 3. A doctor has put a patient on a 1500 calorie menu. He wants 130 grams of carbs and only 40 grams of fat per day. How much protein will the patient eat? 4. If a meal plan called for 50 grams of fat and 85 grams of protein, how many grams of carbs would be needed to make an 1800 calorie menu? 5. Total calories: 1800 Fill in the blanks Carbs 46% __ grams __ calories Protein __% 75 grams __ calories Fat __% __ grams 672 l ories 6. Total calories: 2400 Fill in the blanks Carbs 65% __ grams __ calories Protein __% __ grams 480 calories Fat __% __ grams ___ calories 7. How many calories does this meal have: 200 grams of carbs, 90 grams of protein and 100 grams of fat? 8. If 55% of a meal plan is carbohydrates and that is equal to 920 calories and protein is 25% of the meal, how many grams of fat are in the meal?

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ANSWERS: 1. Jim needs to eat 2200 calories a day. His training regimen suggests 40% carbs, 30% protein and 30% fat. How many grams of carbs, protein and fat is that? a. 2200 calories x 40% = calories from carbs 2200 calories x 40% = 880 calories b. 2200 calories x 30% = calories from protein 2200 calories x 30% = 660 calories c. 2200 calories x 30% = calories from fat 2200 calories x 30% = 660 calories d. Double check this by adding all the calories together: 880+660+660 = 2200 e. 880 calories from carbs / 4 calories/gram = grams of carbs 880 calories from carbs / 4 calories/gram = 220 grams of carbs f.
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