My Diet Analysis Assignment 3 Cholesterol Evaluation

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My Diet Analysis Assignment 3 Cholesterol Evaluation NAME : Zachary Fisher-Edelglass SCI161-05 Fall 2013 1.) Complete TABLE 1: (24 Points) Required Cholesterol Intake Amount in mg Required (per day) Cholesterol Intake >300 Maximum (per day) Cholesterol Intake 300 3 Day Average Cholesterol Intake 182.49 Day 1 Cholesterol Intake 54.24 Day 2 Cholesterol Intake 57.14 Day 3 Cholesterol Intake 71.11 2.) Complete TABLE 2: (40 Points) High Cholesterol Foods Consumed Amount Low Cholesterol Foods Consumed ( These foods can contain 0 mg cholesterol , but must ex- clude water ) Amount mg % mg % Cheesesteak 52.24 29 Everything Bagel 0 0 Fried Chicken 43.61 24 Salad 0 0 Cream Cheese 31.90 17 Orange Juice 0 0 Chicken Enchilada 20.00 11 Green Tea
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Unformatted text preview: Skim Milk 9.80 5 Apple 3.) Are there changes that you need to make to adjust your cholesterol intake? Explain your answer with data from TABLE 1. (10 Points) Since my cholesterol levels are significantly lower than the maximum per day, I think my diet is fine. All 3 days combined did not reach the maximum number per day. 4.) What foods should be limited in your diet due to their high cholesterol levels? (6 Points) Cheese seems to be the food I should limit in my diet. I love cheese, but it has a large amount of cholesterol, so I try to monitor how much I consume on a daily basis....
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  • Spring '08
  • Henderson
  • Nutrition, cholesterol intake

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