At the end of 60 days gluten free you will have two choices. One is to remain gluten free if you are having a positive response and the second choice is to reintroduce gluten to assess your individual level of gluten intolerance. Please refer to the Nutritional Typing forum for directions on reintroducing gluten into your meal plan. * Raw dairy. Unpasteurized dairy is only commercially available legally in the US in California.
I need to analyze the types of carbohydrates that I am consuming and make sure that the majority are whole grains and nutrient dense. Protein 14.6% of kCal’s from my intake came from protein and according to the AMDR’s range of 10-35%, my protein intake is on the low side. I have to consume more protein to decrease my disease risk. Some examples of food that I should add to my diet are legumes, fish and skinless poultry. With the help of the Intake Compared to DRI report I was able to identify the nutrients in which I was deficient in during my three day analysis.
Three-Day Food Intake Christina Gates SCI/220 October 22, 2012 Vicki Clithero Three-Day Food Intake The food intake for the three days I wasn’t aware of the amount of lipids that I took in. I just ate and drank whatever to monitor my usual diet. Proteins mostly came from the meat like the chicken patty, country fried steak, teriyaki chicken, bratwursts, eggs, and bacon. Most of everything that I had consumed had some sort of protein in the nutrition facts such as my instant mash potatoes has 2g worth of protein. Carbohydrates were in the sodas, mash potatoes also, toast, green beans, potato salad, bake beans, soba noodles, macaroni salad, and fried rice.
m. Molly is lacto-ovo vegetarian which means she doesn’t consume any kind of animal meats including fish. I’m most concerned about her fat-soluble vitamins(A,D,E,K) b12 levels which are only found in animal foods, as well as important fatty acids in fish such as EPA and DHA, since these lipid components provide ½ of the energy in human milk. n. As far as supplements, they both don’t need it since B12 should have been injected in the baby after birth since she is a vegan. She has an option to increase her intake in foods rich with EPA and DHA that aren’t animal
Three Day Food Intake SCI/220 March 20, 2012 Dr. Don Little Three Day Food Intake After complete documentation of all my foods for three complete days I have consumed 12% of my protein intake, 54% of my carbohydrates, and 35% of my lipids. I kept within my average DRI range in all 3 categories, however, I was on the low side of my DRI scale in protein and on the high side in lipids. The foods that I consumed consisted of Chef Boyardee, pizza, Sargento cheese slices, and spaghetti, which contained my protein, Honey Nut Cheerios, coke, bananas, peas and carrots, cheesecake, and a bake potato, which contained my carbohydrates, and all of these foods contained my lipids. These foods listed did not necessarily contain a lot of protein, but once they were all consumed I did have a complete combination over a three day period. It is important to consume of your daily protein because your body begins to take away from your carbohydrates and lipids to make up for your lost protein, which can result in drowsiness or weight loss/gain, and it can also cause illness.
Daily Recommended Intake Keneisha’s daily recommended intake for protein was 44g and should have been 58g-204g, which means her DRI is below range. Her carbohydrate was 176g and should have been 262-378g which was below range as well. Her daily recommended intake for lipids was 62g, which is within range because the DRI for lipids is 52-91g. She was not surprised by the number because she has not been eating as she should. Her plan is to intake more protein and carbohydrates to get her DRI in range.
The foods that produced the most fiber during the course of three days were salad, dirty rice, pinto beans, wheat bread, apples, and nutri-grain bars. The foods that produced the least amount of fiber were chips, ham, macaroni and cheese, ramen noodles, cheddar cheese, and a few other items. Trends in my food choice that may affect my fiber intake would be choosing ramen noodles or making a pot of whole grain wheat pasta and adding chicken, fish, or some vegetables to make it a whole dish. Another trend that may affect my fiber intake would be cutting back on eating foods that do not contain
I, like many others, assumed that someone that is thin, has healthy eating habits and that people who are overweight are lazy. Those presumptions changed when within my own life, I saw them to be untrue. I have a daughter that is 20 years old; 5’11” inches and eats nothing but fast food and junk food. She is very little (if any) fruits and vegetables, doesn’t exercise at all, and still weighs only 135 pounds. My other daughter, on the other hand, is 16 years old, 5’5”, eats primarily fruits, vegetables and protein, drinks plenty of water and exercises regularly.
There is a very minimal amount, if any, of sugar or salt added to our menu items. The ‘Nutrition Checklist for Long Day Care Menu Planning’ recommends the minimum required to meet the nutritional needs of children in care when one main meal and two snacks are provided. KGF use this checklist to plan each two week cycle of our menu. Main Meals Beef/Lamb - to be on the menu at least 4 times per fortnight. Chicken/Fish/Veal – to be on the menu at least 3 times per