Food Record Analysis

Food Record Analysis

Joseph Jones
Kathleen Mahoney
Fundamentals of Electronic Prod. | G322
Food Record Analysis

1.How did the three days you analyzed compare to your usual eating pattern?
These three days I was unable to bring my lunch. This is unusual for me on most days.
2.How many calories from carbohydrates did you eat on average over the three days?
3.What percentage of total calories came from carbohydrates?
4.List your top three sources of carbohydrates.
(1.) Linguine
(2.) Pancake syrup
(3.) Kellogg's Special K bar

5.How many grams of fiber did you eat?
6.What is the recommended number of grams of fiber you should eat daily?
7.How many grams of protein do you need each day? Calculate this by multiplying your current body weight in pounds by 0.36.
8.List the 3 major sources of protein in your diet.
(1) Almonds and nuts
(2) Ground Beef
(3) Crabs
9.How many grams of total fat did you eat?
10.What percentage of your total calorie intake was fat?
11.How many calories, if any, from alcohol did you consume on average?
12.Compare your dietary pyramid with the My Plate. How do your eating habits, as represented in your three-day food log, compare to the recommendations?
I should be eating more fiber and drinking more water.

Plan for Improvement:
Based on these reports, I do not eat enough food for a sufficient caloric intake, I do not consume enough vegetables and I consume an excess of carbohydrates. I eat too much sugar and do not drink enough water. I need to try to eat a lunch to increase my caloric intake.
I should keep myself on a 2000 calorie diet, which means that I should only consume 2000 calories a day. I should aim for as close to 2000 calories a day as possible, because even if I eat less than that, it still is not good for my body. Eating less calories is just as bad as eating too many calories. Both can cause problems in your diet.
To help me implement my food plan in my...

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