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by dividing your ACTUAL intake of carbohydrates (in kcals) by your TOTAL daily kcals (see Actual Intakes vs Recommended Intakes Bar Graph ). Example: 196 g CHO x 4 kcals/g = 780 kcals from CHO /1333 total kcals = 58% . (2 points) Answer: 160 g CHO x 4 kcals/g = 643.4 kcals from CHO/1013.97 = 63.5% 7. How did your intake compare to the Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range (AMDR) for carbohydrate? (Choose your answer and delete the rest). (1 point) MET the Recommendation (45% - 65% of kcals) 8. Which meal (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, or Snack) represented your HIGHEST intake of carbohydrates? (see Meal Assessment Report ). List the MEAL and the PERCENTAGE of total carbohydrate it accounted for. Example: Breakfast, 49% . (1 point) Answer: Dinner 41%
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Dietary carbohydrates include simple sugars (monosaccharides and disaccharides) and complex carbohydrates (starch and fiber). SIMPLE CARBOHYDRATES are found in fruits, grains, and most dairy products (i.e. milk and yogurt). Sugar- sweetened beverages (soda, juice, punch, Energy drinks, etc), candy, and other sweets also contain simple carbohydrate and added sugars. COMPLEX CARBOHYDRATES are found in whole grains (bread, cereal, rice, pasta, crackers), certain vegetables (beans, green peas, potatoes, corn, and winter squash), and other high-fiber foods. 9. Search your All Nutrients Spreadsheet (Sugar (g) Column) . A) List the 2 foods or beverages you consumed that had the MOST added sugar. B) List the amount of SUGAR (in grams) that each one contributed per day. Example: Low-Fat Strawberry Yogurt (36 g sugar) and Strawberry Jam (24 g sugar) . (1 point) Answer: Spaghetti Sauce 21.3 grams sugar and Apple 18.9 grams sugar 10. The average American now consumes 22 - 28 teaspoons (88 - 112 grams) of added sugar per day. This converts to 350 - 440 empty kcals. The current recommendation for added sugar intake is < 6 ½ teaspoons (26 grams or 100 kcals) per day for WOMEN and < 9 ½ teaspoons (38 grams or 150 kcals) per day for MEN. A) How many grams of sugar, on average, did YOU consume per day? (See Actual Intakes vs. Recommended Intakes Bar Graph, Sugar (g) column
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  • Glucose, Carbohydrate, kcals

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