6. In the Diet Analysis program, select “Actual Intakes v Recommended Intakes” at the top left side of the screen. Save this report as a PDF file to your computer or you can highlight and paste the MDA Report into your Word document. 7. NOTE: Please make sure that each of your MDA Reports clearly display all of the information (including the bar graph in your “Actual Intakes v Reccommended Intakes” report) in your submission. DIETARY FIBER Evaluation Use this Word document to type your evaluation answer below each part of each of the three questions listed below. Make sure that you answer each question carefully after considering your Recommended Intake. 1.Compare the amount of Dietary Fiberas a %between your Actual v Recommended daily values of Dietary Fiber. State the comparative %.2.Evaluateyour 7-day diet analysis from your Single Nutrient Report, for Dietary Fiber:a.Identify the food items that had very high amounts of Dietary Fiber.
2 Question 2 continuedb.Identify the food items that had very low amounts of Dietary Fiber.3.From what you have learned in class and from your textbook, describe what impacts the TWO TYPES of Dietary Fiber have on your health.a.Do you need to lower or maintain your levels of Dietary Fiber? Explain why and what foods you plan to try to accommodate your needs.b.Whether you need to lower or maintain your levels of Dietary Fiber, LISTSPECIFICnew foodswill you choose to eat going forward? (You should refer to Chapter 4 on page 114 of your textbook to help you to identify the appropriate food choices). Think of the types of food preparation that you will consume at breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and at snack times.
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