Nutrition and Metabolism •Read p. 487-497 • Nutritional Diary and Nutritional Information Worksheet •Nutritional Diary: Complete a table for one day of 3 meals, itemize for breakfast, lunch and dinner the food items, nutrient (carbohydrate, protein and lipid) serving amounts in grams and calorie content (4, 4 and 9 per gram of each of the above nutrients respectively). Total calories per meal and per day. Example Below: Breakfast Item: Bagel Nutrient: Carbohydrate Grams: 10 grams Calories: 40 calories Total calories for Breakfast: •Nutritional Information Worksheet: Use daily calorie totals from above to compare with the following Daily caloric intake – well-balanced diet Range 1,600 smallest servings 2,800 largest servings Formula of caloric intake for a desired body weight Desired body weight (lbs.) x 10 (not active) x 15 (moderately active) x 20 (highly active) = caloric intake to maintain desired weight ex. 180lbs x 20 = 3,600 calories Formula for ideal weight without health risk BMI – Body Mass Index BMI = Weight (lbs.) x 700 Height (inches) 2 Range: equal to or greater than 27 = increased health risk
Stop worrying about assignment deadlines, let us help with this paper!
Smart students don’t copy paste information from all over the web hoping to get a good grade! Watch the video below to learn what they do: