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BIO 150 Nutrition Diet Project Part 2 of 5


BIO150 Nutrition

Diet Project Part 2 of 5

(100 pts)

You will now analyze your 3 day record from Part 1 of this project using McGraw’s NutritionCalc Plus program. Follow the instructions below to access McGraw’s NutritionCalc Plus program create a combined report called the “ALL DAILY REPORTS REPORT” (80% of the grade). In addition, submit your ANSWER to the questions at the end (20% of the grade)

Instructions:

1) Follow “NutritionCalc Plus Instructions” to learn how to access to the program, create a profile, and enter your nutrition data.

2) As explained in the instructions, view and save a PDF of the All Daily Reports. The All Daily Reports includes the following information combined into a single PDF file:

a. Recommendations

The Recommendations Report lists the recommended daily nutrient intake for a person based on the information entered. Often referred to as the DRI (Dietary Reference Intake).

b. Bar Graph Report

The Bar Graph Report displays graphically the amount of the nutrient consumed and compares that to the dietary intake recommendations.

c. Spreadsheet Report

The Spreadsheet shows all the values for all nutrients. Nutrients are displayed horizontally, with totals at the bottom of the list.

d. Macronutrient Distribution

The Macronutrient Distribution report is useful for quickly seeing the calorie and fat breakdowns of your intake. The Source of Calories window shows graphically the percentage of calories from protein, carbohydrates, fat, and alcohol. The Source of Fat window shows the breakdown of fat (saturated, monounsaturated, polyunsaturated, and other fats).

e. Calorie Assessment

A close-up picture of the Calories consumed.

f. Nutrition Facts

Formats the analysis as a Nutrition Facts label.

g. MyPlate

The MyPlate Food Guide report displays graphically how close the foodlist compares to the lastest USDA Dietary Guidelines (see ChooseMyPlate.gov for more info).

h. Food List Report

The Food List report displays a simple list of foods that you have entered, along with their calorie value

3) On the next page, answer the question in the box. Upload the following TWO items into Blackboard:

a. PDF of your All Daily Reports report (80 points)

b. This document with your answer to the question below (20 points)

NAME:

COURSE:

DATE:

Grading Rubric

Weighting

SCORE

All Daily Reports PDF

80 pts

Answer to Question

20 pts

Total

100 ptss

Question:

Towards the end of your All Daily Report, you will found the the MyPlate report, which indicates your Intake vs. Recommendation. Discuss ONE food group (e.g. grains, vegetables, fruits, dairy or proteins) where your difference between your intake vs recommendation concerns you most.

Please refer to your text in order to explain why under or over consumption of this food group is a concern for health. Your answer should discuss how this food group functions in relation to health. Identify nutrients found in this food group. Are they associated with risk of certain diseases or health problems if you do not consume enough? Discuss.

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