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1.George has a banana, a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on whole

wheat and a glass of 2% milk. This meal provides George with 22 grams of protein, 22 grams of fat and 93 grams of carbohydrate and 4 grams of dietary fiber. Answer the following questions and show your work.
How many calories are in his lunch?
What % of the calories in his lunch are from protein?

2.Paul is in nutrition class and is learning about protein. He is overweight. Currently he weighs 200# (91 kg). He has a goal to reach a BMI of 25 (he would weigh 175# /79.5kg). He is planning to eat a healthy diet and wants to eat the RDA for protein. How much protein (in grams) should he eat?

3.Which of the following is a food that provides ample amounts of all of the essential amino acids?
b.Peanut butter
c.Navy beans

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