nutrients of whole grains assignment
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nutrients of whole grains assignment
Running Head: DAY TWO FOOD LOG 1
DAY TWO FOOD LOG 9
Day Two Food Log
Day Two Food Log
Time of Day Food and Beverage Amount/Measurement Breakfast · Green Tea
· Quinoa Breakfast Bowl
Snack Time · Apple slices with almond butter 250 grams Lunch · Raw mazing’s Avocado Kale Pesto with Zucchini Noodles
· Pineapple sauce
Dinner · Fried Chicken Breast
· Barbecue Sauce
Quarter fruit (250 grams)
· Water 50.01 oz.
This group contains both whole grains and refined grains although refined grains do not contain the nutrients of whole grains. In my plate, I have incorporated the quinoa whole grains in preparing the quinoa breakfast bowl.
This group occupies the biggest portion of day two’s diet and is made up of the dark green vegetables, kales, on the Barbecue Sauce and Raw Mazing’s Avocado Kale Pesto with Zucchini Noodles. Additionally, the tomato from the tomato sauce provides vegetable nutrients. Further, the garlic ingredient on the quinoa breakfast bowl.
The group is an important element of the day’s diet containing vital nutrients for the body’s use. In my plate I have incorporated fruits such as pineapple, avocado, apple and the pawpaw in the meals and sauces taken.
This group comprise of milk products and other elements that supply the body with both calcium and vitamin D. My plate contains the pine nuts to supply both calcium and vitamin D.
To help build and maintain body tissues, my plate contains proteins such as eggs in the quinoa breakfast bowl and chicken meat from the fried chicken.
These are fats that are liquid in the room temperature and supply the body with important nutrients. On my plate they are represented by pine nuts used as an ingredient of Raw Mazing’s Avocado Kale Pesto with Zucchini Noodles and the cooking oil used to fry the chicken meat.
Empty calorie foods
This group supplies the body with calories with little or no calories. To minimize on calories intake my plate has only one source of empty calories, the butter ingredient.
This is a summation of the calories used while the body is active and those which the body uses when not active.
Grains group- 450 grams
Vegetables group- 400 grams
Fruits group- 400 grams
Dairy group- 48 grams
Protein group- 80 grams
Oils group- 126 grams
Total calories- 2,500
Weakly Vegetable Requirements
Dark Green vegetables- seven cups
Orange vegetables- 5.25 cups
Beans and Peas- 3.5 cups
Starchy Vegetables- 3.5 cups
Other Vegetables- 3.5 cups
Your Intake My Plate (DRI)
Are You Over
Or Under Recommendation?
Total Calories Total calories- 2,650 2,500 Over Grams of Protein 52 grams 48 grams Over Percentage of Calories
52 grams of proteins * 4= 208 grams
208 of 2650 =7.84
6% Over Grams of Carbohydrates 1722 65% As recommended Percentage of Calories
1722*100 divided by 2650 = 65% 65% As recommended Grams of Dietary Fiber 25 grams 30 grams Below Added Sugars 28 grams 25 grams Above Total Fat Intake in Grams 40 grams 50 grams Below Percentage of Calories
Number of calories 40*9= 360
360 * 100 divided 2650= 1.3%
1.5 % Below Grams of Saturated Fat 20 grams 24 grams Below Grams of Polyunsaturated Fat 50 grams 40 grams Below Grams of Monounsaturated Fat 24 grams 22 grams Below
- Did you consume more animal or non-animal sources of protein? Provide examples of each from your food log.
I consumed more of animal protein. I consumed 100 grams of eggs and 400 grams of chicken meat.
- How does your protein intake compare to USDA recommendations?
My protein intake is higher than the recommended amount; I consumed 52 grams against the recommended 48 grams
- Did you consume more simple carbohydrates or complex carbohydrates? Provide examples of each from your food log.
I consumed more complex carbohydrates than simple carbohydrates
- What foods with added sugars did you consume?
I consumed green tea and almond butter, both with added sugars
- What sources of fiber did you consume?
I consumed kales which were ingredients of the Raw Mazing’s Avocado Kale Pesto with Zucchini Noodles
- How does your fiber intake compare to USDA recommendations?
I consumed less fiber than recommended; 25 grams against the recommended 30 grams
- What food items did you consume that contained gluten, if any?
I did not consume any items containing gluten
- Did you consume more saturated or unsaturated fat? Provide examples of each from your food log.
I consumed more unsaturated fats than saturated fats- I consumed unsaturated fats of 100 grams from the butter and 300 grams from both chicken and egg fats
- What items with Tran’s fats did you consume, if any? How does your fat intake compare to USDA recommendations?
I did not consume any item with trans fats.
- What are the strengths of your diet? What are the weaknesses?
The variations from the recommended amounts are within the tolerable rates. However, the food log does not have exceeding and inadequacies.
- What are three concrete improvements you can make to improve your health and diet?
To have healthy diets, I can lower my overall calories intake by lowering the levels of added sugars, eat more fiber and take more fats.
- What did you learn from completing this lab?
That my diet constituents should be accurately measured for a balanced calorie intake
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