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Food Intake—5 Days

Krista Zahn


January 29, 2013
Richard Kantner

Food Intake—5 Day

Over the last five days I have been using the iProfile to track my food and nutrient intake, as well as become educated on certain daily intakes, nutrients, and diseases. This iProfile tracks and correlates my food journal and activity journal, by then configuring the results into many reports. I then used these reports for the findings in the following paper, Food Intake—5 Day. The foods in my recorded daily intake that provide protein are: whole wheat toast, burgers, roast beef sandwiches, sausage, quesadillas, chicken wrap, and my daily supplements. The foods that provide carbohydrates are: roast beef sandwiches, French fries, tomatoes, quesadillas, chicken wrap, and soda. The foods that provide lipids are: roast beef sandwiches, sausage, burgers, fish tacos, onion rings, and eggs. After reviewing my recorded protein, carbohydrate, and lipid intake compares with the recommendations of the dietary reference intake (DRI), my results are as follows: Calories recommended: 2430, calories intake is 1255. My recommended in Fat Total is 20 - 35%, my intake is 686 kCal. My recommended in Carbohydrates 45 - 65%, my intake is 370 kCal. My recommended protein is 10 - 35%; my actual intake is 221 kCal. I am over acceptable macronutrient distribution range in my fat totals, under acceptable macronutrient distribution range in carbohydrates, and within acceptable macronutrient distribution range in protein (Grosvenor & Smolin, 2010). According to Cleveland Clinic (2013), “a gram of fat has about twice as many calories per gram as carbohydrates and proteins.” Reducing fat intake lowers cholesterol which will help reduce the risk of heart disease. By reducing the fat intake will also help reduce risks in developing high blood pressure, cancers, and…...

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