hello dear, can you me with this, ? NTR 101 Diet Analysis Project Diet Diary: Document for yourself or an individual close to you everything

hello dear, can you me with this, ? NTR 101 Diet Analysis Project
Diet Diary:
Document for yourself or an individual close to you everything that you/they eat
and drink for one day. Also document physical activity, indicating type, intensity,
and duration of exercise.
Be very specific about amount, preparation method, and anything additional to
food like condiments, etc. Most people do not think in terms of weight (ounces,
grams, etc.) but can estimate or measure out cups, teaspoons, tablespoons, etc.
You want them to eat the amount they usually do -ex. ask them to pour
the cereal into a bowl and then measure it out to record, similarly with milk,
etc. You can also use a kitchen scale to weigh out food items.
Also document the fluids they consume.
do not document any supplements. (pills)
SAVING FOOD LABELS FOR YOU MAY COME IN HANDY.
You may want to use a small notebook or smartphone to document intakes
throughout the day. Include this record in your project.
Vital Information
1. Weight | 17 Ibs
2. Height 5 6
3. Age 23 years old
4. Activity Level low level active
5. Health issues, medications, eating limitations Currently fasting for Bodays
Borderline high blood
Dietary information required:
pressure
Use food labels and Wikipedia to determine the nutritional content of foods
consumed. You will be expected to list amounts of nutrients possibly not labelled
on the packaging so it may require you to make some adjustments to serving sizes
or guess at the amounts of various ingredients included. Daily values for the
required nutrients are given in the lectures concerning those nutrients, and it is expected that you will calculate your personal needs where there is ambiguity in
the recommendation. For example, the daily protein needs for a sedentary person
are 0.8 grams per kilogram of body weight; thus a 150 pound person (68 kg)
requires ~54 grams of protein a day. A good check for this number is to compare it
to a 2000 kilocalorie diet, of which the recommended daily caloric intake for
protein is 10% of the total or 200 kcals, which corresponds to 50 grams. If you’re
heavier or more active your needs will of course be higher.
Estimated Energy Requirement
Estimate how many kcals you "burn" each day. It’s called "estimated energy requirement" or
EER. Make sure your answer is reasonable.
Do the following conversions first
Age
23
(to calculate kgs divide wt. by 2.2)
Weight / 7 7 # and 80.45 kgs
(to get meters divide inches by 39.37) Height _inches and |. 68_meters
en’s PA Factors
Women’s PA Factors (textbook guidelines)
Sedentary 1.0
1.0
Low active 1.11
1.12
Active
1.25
1.27
Very active 1.48
1.45
Your Physical Activity Level
Low Active PA Factor
or 1. 12
Using the conversions, complete the appropriate formula to get your EER
Women:
EER = 354 – (6. 91 * age) + PA * (9.36 * weight{kg) + 726 * height(m})
Men:
EER = 662 – (9.53 * age) + PA * (15. 91 * weight{kg} + 726 * height{m})
Perform functions within parentheses first, multiplication before addition and subtraction.
EER = 354- ( 6. 91 . 23) + 1.12. (9. 36 . 80.45 + 726.1.68)
2, 404.4 8504
753. 012 + 1 , 219. 68
354 – 158.93 + 1. 12 1972. 692 1972.692
354- 158. 93+ 2,209. 41 904 5 non-athletes).
Make sure your answer makes sense (should fall between 1500 and 3000 kcals for most
Information based on archived material from Canada’s Institute of Medicine webpage:
https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/pub/82-003-x/2008004/article/10703/t/5800493-eng.htm
Diet analysis:
Client’s Age 23 Weight 177 Height 5 6" Activity Level Jow activity
Vegan? Y / N
Athlete? Y/N
Pregnant? Y/N
Over 65 years old? Y/N
Reported Health Issues:
Borderline high blood pressure
Major Nutrients:
Kcalories:
Recommended amount:
Intake:
Under or Over nourished ?
Calculate by how much high or low
Health or lifestyle elements that affect caloric needs?
Implications/ recommendations for future:
Carbohydrates:
DV
gms Amt consumed
gms
Dietary Fiber DV:
Intake
Added Sugars DV:
gms Intake
gm
Number of teaspoons consumed if 5 gm= 1 tsp.
Over or Under DV?
Implications/ reccommendations for future: age 4
+ OT O
Fats: D
gms Amt consumed
gms
Over/ Under DV?
Saturated Fats DV :
Intake
Trans Fats
intake
Essential Fatty Acids
Omega-6 DV:
Intake
Omega-3 DV:
Intake
Implications/ recommendations for future:
Protein: DV
gms Amt consumed
_gms
Over/ Under DV?
Health issues or lifestyle elements that may affect protein consumption?
Implications for the future:
Diet recommendation to improve:
Intake:
Over/ under DV?
Water: DV:
Health/ lifestyle conditions that affect water needs?
Implications/ recommendations for future? Vitamins;
Nutrient:
DV:
Intake:
Food to add or eliminate
Vitamin A
Thiamine (B1)
Riboflavin (B2)
Niacin (B3)
Pantothenic acid (B5)
Pyroxidine (B6)
Biotin (B7)
Folate (B9)
Cobalmin (B12)
Vitamin C
Vitamin D
Vitamin E Minerals
Nutrient:
DV
Intake
Food to add/eliminate
Sodium
Potassium
Calcium
Magnesium
Iron
Zinc
Copper
Discuss implications of overall micronutrient consumption:

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