All of the above. Question 7 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) The label on orange juice states the serving size is 1 cup. If 2 cups are taken in, which of the following is true? The calories double Nutrient percentages double The suggested minimum number of servings from the food pyramid is met All of the above Question 8 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) How many servings of the vegetable group should you have each day? 3-4 cups 2-3 ounces 2 1/2 - 3 cups 3-4 ounces Question 9 (Multiple Choice Worth 1 points) Which one of these breakfast choices is not a healthy choice as you run out the door?
He obtained a calorie counter book from a newsstand and uses it to determine the amounts of carbohydrate, fat and protein he eats. He has discovered that he takes in 10 percent or less of his total calories from fat. Ryan is eating 150 g of protein per day. He understands that the best protein is egg, so his 150 g of protein includes four raw eggs per day. In addition, he eats 3 g of protein powder before working out, 3 g after working out, 3 g in the morning, and 3 g in the evening.
Plain cookies require 1 pound of cookie dough to make (per dozen), as well as .1 hours (per dozen). Iced cookies use .7 pounds of cookie dough and .4 pounds of icing (per dozen) as well as .15 hours to make (per dozen). So when you combine the two of those you end up with these constraints: Oven Space Available P + I ≤ 140 Amount of Cookie Dough Available P + .7I ≤ 110 Amount of Icing Available I ≤ 80 Preparation Time Available P + 1.5I ≤ 150 Those formula’s I used to create the constraints with are called equivalent inequalities. An equivalent inequality means that there is a number of different answers to a problem not just one. Such as the problem X < 5 means that any number less than 5 would be a correct solution.
Spurlock decided to follow four main rules during this experiment. First, he had no other options, he could only eat what was available on McDonald’s menu and this was including water. Second he was only to super-size his meal when offered, and when asked to super-size he had to accept. Third, he had to eat every item on the menu at least once within the 20days, with no excuses. Finally, he had to eat three meals a day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner without giving up.
((240) – 26) / 10) + 1 = 22.4 Note* 22 orders per night is based on the maximum order of 3 dozen because of the amount the bowl can handle for each process flow. It also assumes that all the cookies are the same, for example they are all chocolate chip cookies for the batch of 3 dozen. 3. How much of your own and your roommate's valuable time will it take to fill each order? In Diagram 1, it shows that You would take a total of 8 minutes (6+2=8min) for the following items: • Wash Items & Mix Ingredients • Spoon on Cookies Sheet The diagram also shows the total time of 4 minutes (1+1+2= 4min) of time will be used of the RM, for the following times: • Load & Set Cook Time • Accept Payment • Pack Order Note* the Oven time will not take either person’s time except for idle time.
CANADA’S FOOD GUIDE— 3 DAY FOOD RECORD ASSIGNMENT Summative Assignment Name: _______________________________ Section: ____ Due Date: ______________ INSTRUCTIONS: ✓ You are to keep track and analyze all the foods and beverages you consume for the next 3 days. ✓ Complete the attached charts accordingly: o List all foods and beverages consumed—BE VERY SPECIFIC! (see example below) ▪ For example: 1 Sandwich: 2 slices whole wheat bread 50 g sliced turkey 1 slice cheddar cheese 1 leaf lettuce 1 slice tomato
Two-Variable Inequality Cassie Lane MAT222 Week 2 Assignment Instructor Alvarez Guillermo February 03, 2014 Two-Variable Inequality In week 2’s assignment we will be covering practical application of two-variable inequalities. I will be covering independent and dependent variables. In the first part of my assignment I will be working out problem #68 on page 539 (Dugopolski, 2012). The problem asks about Shipping restrictions. The accompanying graph shows all of the possibilities for the number of refrigerators and the number of TVs that will fit into an 18-wheeler.
SCI/220 February 26,2014 Judith Jonas | | | | Three Day Food Intake Angela Brigham | Abstract This essay will clarify my nutritional venture for the prior three days. Through different Standpoints of my nutritional needs analysis I will show how proteins fats carbohydrates And fiber take role in a daily diet and what are these functions. This is projected outlooks Of views of a healthy lifestyle, and how to reach it through groups. Food Intake – 3 Days In my logged three day intake the foods that I ate with protein were chicken, steak, eggs and fish. Each of these foods provide lipids.
Three Day Diet Analysis Currently I am on the Atkins Low Carb diet in which I am allowed 12-15 grams of carbs per day and all the protein and vegetables I want as long as it is it is lean protein. So at the present moment I cannot have any fruits, bread, rice, pastas, dairy unless it is less than 2 grams of carbs, and no sugars. So when I added what I ate to the My Pyramid Tracker it lets me know that I do not consume what is recommended daily to maintain a healthy weight. At this point I only eat meat, vegetables, and anything that is sugar free. According to the food pyramid I should eat diary, grains, oils, and a few sugars, I eat 2 cups of vegetables twice daily and it is recommended that I have 1 cup raw 3 to 4 times daily, meat I eat
I went through my pantry and choose instant mashed potatoes, I never looked at the label before, and for someone that wants to watch their sodium intake, noticed that the daily value of the nutrient sodium is 21%. I understand now that this food is not a good choice if I want to keep my sodium level down. The six key food label facts that can help consumers understand food labels more effectively are as follows: 1. serving size, 2.calories (and calories from Fat), 3&4. The nutrients, 5. The footnote, and 6.