Food and Nutrition - Project 2

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Food and Nutrition – Project 2 Craig Nutter ID # 00164-81028
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Weekday Evaluation
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CHO and Fiber Intake: -My carbohydrate consumption was nearly four times the recommended RDA of 130mg, with my carbohydrate consumption totaling 605 mg. -My grains consumption totaled 32 oz., compared to the recommended 10 oz., which was 320% of the recommended daily guidelines. -My fiber intake was slightly lower then the recommended 38 gm, with my intake totaling 32 gms – only 6gm difference which is not too drastic. -My fiber intake could be improved through eating more fruits and/or vegetables, and through the addition of whole grains to my diet. Though I consumed one banana on this day, it was not enough to meet to recommended amount. In the future, eating an additional banana or having another serving of salad with the addition of chickpeas would improve my fiber intake. Protein Intake: -Protein intake was significantly larger then the recommended, with 219 grams consumed and 56 being the recommended daily amount. -This was largely in part to the staggering amount of milk consumed at 400% of the recommended daily value, in spite of only 17% of the daily recommended value for the meat and beans category being consumed. -Significant contributors to my total protein consumed include: milk and the cheeseburger consumed. Fat Evaluation:
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course F&N 303 taught by Professor Burgess during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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