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Diet Assignment BIOL 1322: Do you know how many calories are you currently eating?

I need to fill up all the questions in Word Doc with the report I got from my 3 Day-Intake Report I took from October 19 to October 21, non of the question should NOT be left blank even if the question has no answer or data you have to state this doe not contain an answer. You need to see the report in order to fill up the questions. Read MindTap in order to answer the Diest assignment.

NAME: _______Nina Kristo___________________Date: ___11/23/22_________ Section: _81300________

BIOL 1322

Diet Analysis

Do you know how many calories are you currently eating?

Do you know how many grams of carbohydrates, fats and protein do you eat in a single day?

You already recorded your food intake for 3 days and you have your reports done through MINDTAP. (Profile, Intake vs. Goals, Macronutrient Ranges, and Intake Spreadsheets). I will be able to review them through the Diet and Wellness Plus Software on MINDTAP.

Answer the following questions based on the Profile, Intake vs. Goals, Macronutrient Ranges and Spreadsheets from your 3-day average Report you run through the Diet and Wellness Plus on MindTap:

1. What was your estimated kcalorie intake for each day? (6 points)

Day 1: __974.454_____________ kcalories

Day 2: __1,751.437_____________ kcalories

Day 3: __1,686.70_____________ kcalories

2. How was your calorie intake compared to the DRI Goals for each day? (higher, lower, about the same) (4 points)

Day 1: ___Low__________________ DRI Goal: ___2712.0__________kcal

Day 2: ___Low__________________

Day 3: ____Low_________________

3. How was your Macronutrient Intake (%) compared to the Macronutrient recommendations? Write the amounts and comment; Are they higher or lower than your personal recommendations? (6 points)

Nutrients

Average Intake %

Goal (%)

Carbohydrates

57.488%

45-65%

Proteins

15.295%

10-35%

Fats

28.792%

20-35%

Comment: I will say I was able to reach the minimum percentage of Macronutient Intake to the goal.

4. Were there any Micronutrient excesses or deficiencies in your diet? If so, please list them. (4 points). Deficiencies would be below 75% – Excesses would be more than 200%.

List Vitamins: Riboflavin, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Vitamin A, Vitamin K, Vitamin E.

List Minerals: Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, Zinc.

5. List the 3 foods that contributed the most carbohydrates to your daily intake. (2pt)

*Potatoes, Baked

*JAMBA Juice smoothie, mango mantra

*PANERA bread Smoothie, mango, low fat

6. List the 3 foods that contributed the most fiber to your daily intake. (2pt)

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7. What % of your calories on AVERAGE came from carbohydrates?

The AMDR states that 45-65% of your calories should come from carbohydrates. How did your intake compare to this? (4 pts)

%: _____________

Comment:

8. How many grams of carbohydrate on AVERAGE did you consume?

DRI suggest a minimum of 130 g/day. How did your intake compare to the recommendation? (4 pts)

Grams: __________

Comment:

9. How many grams of Fiber did you consume on AVERAGE? How did this value compare to the fiber recommendations of 25 g/day? (4 pts)

Grams: __________

Comment:

10. Which types of foods you should consume to increase your fiber intake? (4 pt)

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11. List the 3 foods that contributed the most total fat to your intake. (2 pt)

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12. What % of your total calories came from fat?

AMDR states that 20-35% of your daily calories should come from fat.

How did your intake compare to this for total fat. (4 pts)

%: __________ Comment:

13. List the 3 foods that contributed the most saturated fat to your daily intake. (2 pt)

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14. How many milligrams of cholesterol did you consume on AVERAGE?

Dietary Guidelines recommend an intake of dietary cholesterol of less than 300 milligrams/day.

How did your intake compare to the recommendation? (4 pts)

Milligrams: ___________

Comment:

15. List the 3 foods that contributed the most cholesterol to your daily intake. (2 pt)

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16. List 3 Health issues associated with high fat, high saturated fat and/or high cholesterol intakes. (4 pt)

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17. List the 3 foods that contributed the most total protein to your intake. (2 pt)

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18. What % of your total daily calories came from protein?

AMDI states that 10-35% of your calories should come from protein.

How did your intake compare to this for protein? (4 pts)

%: _____________________

Comment:

19. How many grams of protein did you consume in AVERAGE? (2 pt)

Grams: _____________________

20. Using the RDA of 0.8 g/kg/day, how much protein (g) should you consume daily? (4 pts)

SHOW calculation: weight in kg * 0.8g = RDA for protein

Compare to your AVERAGE intake:

21. Which are the two major forms of protein energy malnutrition in the world? (4 pts)

* ______________________________________

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22. List the fat-soluble vitamins that were LESS than 75% of your % Recommended Daily Nutrient Intake (2 pt)

23. What foods could you add to your diet to increase your intake of these vitamins?

List each vitamin and 3 good sources. (4 pts) ( add more Vitamin and * as needed)

Vitamin ___________

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Vitamin ____________

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24. List the fat-soluble vitamins that exceeded 200% of your Recommended Daily Nutrient. List the vitamins and which 3 food sources from your diet provide them the most. (4 pts) (add more Vitamin and * as needed)

Vitamin ___________

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Vitamin ___________

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25. For those fat-soluble vitamins that you consumed less than 75% or more than 200% of your Recommended Daily Nutrient, what effects could this have in your health? List each vitamin and health problem associated with it. (4 pts) ( add more Vitamin and * as needed)

Vitamin ___________

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Vitamin ___________

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26. List all water-soluble vitamins that were less than 75% of your % Recommended Daily Nutrient. (2 pts).

27. What foods could you add to your diet to increase your intake of these vitamins?

List each vitamin and 3 good food sources (4 pts)( add more Vitamin and * as needed)

Vitamin ___________

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Vitamin ____________

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28. List the water-soluble vitamins that exceeded 200% of your Recommended Daily Nutrient. What foods contributed most to your intake of these vitamins? List each vitamin and 3 foods sources from your diet. (4 pts) ( add more Vitamin and * as needed)

Vitamin ___________

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Vitamin ___________

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29. For those water-soluble vitamins that you consume less than 75% of your RDN or exceeded 200% of your RDN, what effect could this have on your health? List each vitamin and health issue associated with it. (4 pts) ( add more Vitamin and * as needed)

Vitamin _________________

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Vitamin _________________

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30. List 4 Antioxidant nutrients. And which food are the best sources of these nutrients. (8 pts.)

Antioxidants Nutrients

Food Sources

31. Which are some good food sources of antioxidants in your diet? (2 pts)

32. List the Major minerals that were less than 75% of your Dietary Reference Intake. (2 pt)

33. Which foods could you add to your diet to increase your intake of these minerals?

List each mineral and 3 good food sources. (4 pts) ( add more Minerals and * as needed)

Mineral __________________

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Mineral __________________

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34. List Major minerals that exceeded 200% of your Recommended Daily Nutrient.

Which foods contributed most to your intake of these minerals?

List each mineral and 3 foods from your diet. (4 pts) ( add more Minerals and * as needed)

Mineral ____________________

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Mineral _____________________

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35. How the deficiency or excess of these minerals could affect your health?

List each mineral and health issues associated with it. (4 pts) ( add more Minerals and * as needed)

Mineral _____________________

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Mineral _____________________

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36. List the Trace minerals that were less than 75% of your % Recommended Daily Nutrient. (2 pt)

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37. What foods could you add to increase your intake for each of these trace minerals. (4 pts) ( add more Minerals and * as needed)

Mineral ________________

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Mineral ________________

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38. List Trace minerals that exceeded 200% of your Recommended Daily Nutrient.

Which foods contributed most to your intake of these minerals?

List each mineral and 3 foods from your diet. (4 pts) ( add more Minerals and * as needed)

Mineral ________________

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Mineral ________________

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39. How the deficiency or excess of these Trace minerals could affect your health?

List each mineral and health issues associated with it. (4 pts) ( add more Minerals and * as needed)

Mineral ______________

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Mineral _______________

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40. Do you consume Dietary Supplements? If yes, which one(s) and why? (4 pts)

41. After reviewing your intake of vitamins and minerals from foods you consume, do you feel you need a supplement? Explain. (6pts)

42. After analyzing your results, please list two dietary changes and goals that you would like to implement. (10 points)

Goal Example: “After reviewing my current dietary behaviors, I would like to increase my total fiber intake to the recommended range of 20-35 grams per day by consuming more legumes, fruits and vegetables.”

Goal 1:

Goal 2:

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Nina Kristo [email protected] 11/23/2022 3-Day Average Report

ǂ Report Parameters

Day 1 : 10/19/2022 Day 2: 10/20/2022 Day 3: 10/21/2022

Ø Comments

Submitted:10/26/2022

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Instructor Comments

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Report Data

Nutrient DRI Intake % of DRI Notes

below DRI over DRI

at DRI (if range)

Reported Intake

Energy

Kilocalories 2712.0 kcal 1,470.864 kcal 54.235%

Protein 48.26 g 56.241 g 116.537%

2712.0 kcal

48.26 g

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Nutrient DRI Intake % of DRI Notes

below DRI over DRI

at DRI (if range)

Reported Intake

Carbohydrate 305.10 – 440.70 g 211.393 g 69.286%

Fat, Total 60.27 – 105.47 g 47.055 g 78.074%

Fat (Specific)

Saturated Fat <30.1 g 18.854 g 62.638%

Monounsaturated Fat No suggestion 12.54 g

Polyunsaturated Fat No suggestion 5.61 g

Trans Fatty Acid No suggestion 0.338 g

Cholesterol <No suggestion 127.713 mg

Essential Fatty Acids

PFA 18:2, Linoleic 12.00 g 4.912 g 40.929%

PFA 18:3, Linolenic 1.10 g 0.421 g 38.276%

Carbohydrates (Specific)

Dietary Fiber, Total 25.0 g 15.23 g 60.919%

Sugar, Total No suggestion 77.368 g

Other

Water 2700.00 g 612.777 g 22.695%

Alcohol No suggestion 0.00 g

Vitamins

Thiamin 1.10 mg 1.03 mg 93.66%

Riboflavin 1.10 mg 0.805 mg 73.199%

Niacin 14.00 mg 17.905 mg 127.895%

Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6) 1.30 mg 1.346 mg 103.557%

Cobalamin (Vitamin B12) 2.40 mcg 0.722 mcg 30.076%

Folate (DFE) 400.00 mcg 348.151 mcg 87.038%

Vitamin C 75.00 mg 68.913 mg 91.884%

305.10 g

440.70 g

60.27 g

105.47 g

30.1 g

12.00 g

1.10 g

25.0 g

2700.00 g

1.10 mg

1.10 mg

14.00 mg

1.30 mg

2.40 mcg

400.00 mcg

75.00 mg

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DRI Report

Nutrient DRI Intake % of DRI Notes

below DRI over DRI

at DRI (if range)

Reported Intake

Vitamin D (ug) 15.00 mcg 0.399 mcg 2.661%

Vitamin A (RAE) 700.00 mcg 214.202 mcg 30.6%

Vitamin A (IU) 2333.00 IU 2,898.262 IU 124.229%

Vitamin K 90.00 mcg 23.403 mcg 26.003%

Vitamin E (Alpha-

Tocopherol) 15.00 mg 1.916 mg 12.776%

Minerals

Calcium 1000.00 mg 495.722 mg 49.572%

Iron 18.00 mg 9.518 mg 52.876%

Magnesium 310.00 mg 194.917 mg 62.876%

Potassium 2600.00 mg 1,544.658 mg 59.41%

Zinc 8.00 mg 5.292 mg 66.155%

Sodium 1500.00 mg 1,938.385 mg 129.226%

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Profile Information

Profile

Active Profile: Nina Kristo

Height: 5 ft. 3 inches

Weight: 133 lbs.

Age: 21 years

BMI: 23.557

Gender: Female

Activity Level: Very Active

Smoker: no

Strict Vegetarian/Vegan: no

Nutrient Data

Nutrient DRI Notes

Energy

15.00 mcg

700.00 mcg

2333.00 IU

90.00 mcg

15.00 mg

1000.00 mg

18.00 mg

310.00 mg

2600.00 mg

8.00 mg

1500.00 mg

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Macronutrient Ranges 10/19/2022, 10/20/2022, 10/21/2022

Nutrient DRI Notes

Kilocalories 2712.0 kcal

Protein 48.26 g AMDR: 10%-35% of kilocalories RDA: Daily requirement based on 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram body weight

Carbohydrate 305.10 – 440.70 g AMDR: 45%-65% of kilocalories RDA: 130 g/day for adults and children

Fat, Total 60.27 – 105.47 g AMDR: 20%-35% of kilocalories

Fat (Specific)

Saturated Fat < 30.1 g Less than 10% of kilocalories

Monounsaturated Fat * No recommendation

Polyunsaturated Fat * No recommendation

Trans Fatty Acid * No recommendation

Cholesterol < * Less than mg recommended

Essential Fatty Acids

PFA 18:2, Linoleic 12.00 g

PFA 18:3, Linolenic 1.10 g

Carbohydrates (Specific)

Dietary Fiber, Total 25.0 g

Sugar, Total * No recommendation

Other

Water 2700.00 g

Alcohol * No recommendation

Vitamins

Thiamin 1.10 mg

Riboflavin 1.10 mg

Niacin 14.00 mg

Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6) 1.30 mg

Cobalamin (Vitamin B12) 2.40 mcg

Folate (DFE) 400.00 mcg

Vitamin C 75.00 mg

Vitamin D (ug) 15.00 mcg

Vitamin A (RAE) 700.00 mcg

Vitamin A (IU) 2333.00 IU

Vitamin K 90.00 mcg

Vitamin E (Alpha-Tocopherol) 15.00 mg

Minerals

Calcium 1000.00 mg

Iron 18.00 mg

Magnesium 310.00 mg

Potassium 2600.00 mg DRI Adequate Intake

Zinc 8.00 mg

Sodium 1500.00 mg DRI Adequate Intake

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Carbs Protein Fat Alcohol

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1.2k

1.4k

1.6k

1.8k Actual

Recommended

Fat Breakdown 10/19/2022, 10/20/2022, 10/21/2022

MyPlate Analysis 10/19/2022, 10/20/2022, 10/21/2022

Report Data

Recommended Actual Intake

Total Calories 2712 kcal 1,470.864 kcal

Carbs 1,220.4-1,762.8 kcal 45%-65% 845.57 kcal 57.488%

Protein 271.2-949.2 kcal 10%-35% 224.963 kcal 15.295%

Fats 542.4-949.2 kcal 20%-35% 423.495 kcal 28.792%

Alcohol 0 kcal 0% 0 kcal 0%

Report Data

Source of Fat Percent of Average Daily Value

Monounsaturated Fat 7.688%

Polyunsaturated Fat 3.44%

Saturated Fat 11.559%

Trans Fatty Acid 0.207%

Unspecified 5.954%

* Transfat data is not yet reported by all sources and therefore may be under-represented.

Report Data

Goal * Actual % Goal

Grains (https://www.myplate.g… healthy/grains)

10.0 oz. eq.

tips (https://www.myplate.gov/… sheet/make-half-your- grains-whole-grains)

4.215 oz. eq. 42.145 %

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(http://www.myplate.gov) Your results are based on a 2712 calorie pattern

(https://www.fns.usda.gov/sites/default/files/usda_food_patterns/USDAFoodPatternsSummaryTable.pdf).

Make Half Your Grains Whole! Aim for at least 5.0 oz. eq. whole grains (https://www.myplate.gov/eat-healthy/grains).

Vary Your Veggies! Aim for this much every week (https://www.fns.usda.gov/sites/default/files/myplate_miplato/table1.pdf):

Dark Green Vegetables = 2.5 cups weekly Orange Vegetables = 7 cups weekly Dry Beans & Peas = 2.5 cups weekly Starchy Vegetables = 7 cups weekly Other Vegetables = 5.5 cups weekly

Oils: Aim for 8  teaspoons of oil (https://www.myplate.gov/eat-healthy/more-key-topics) a day.

Go Lean with Protein! Aim for this much every week: Seafood = 11 oz weekly Meat, Poultry & Eggs = 34 oz weekly Nuts, Seeds & Soy Products = 5 oz weekly

* MyPlate contains recommendations only for calorie levels up to 3,200 per day. If Diet & Wellness Plus recommends more than 3,200 calories per day for you, talk to your instructor for guidance on how to use MyPlate.

Intake Spreadsheet

10/19/2022

Goal * Actual % Goal

Vegetables (https://www.myplate.g… healthy/vegetables)

3.5 cup eq. tips (https://www.myplate.gov/… sheet/vary-your-veggies)

0.877 cup eq. 25.045 %

Fruits (https://www.myplate.g… healthy/fruits)

2.5 cup eq. tips (https://www.myplate.gov/… sheet/focus-whole-fruits)

0.815 cup eq. 32.58 %

Dairy (https://www.myplate.g… healthy/dairy)

3.0 cup eq.

tips (https://www.myplate.gov/… sheet/move-low-fat-or-fat- free-dairy)

0.75 cup eq. 25.0 %

Protein Foods (https://ww

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