Be sure that your four days are checked off. 3.) Select “SATURATED FAT” from the menu at the top of the report just below where your days are checked off. 4.) Once the report is generated, copy and paste below Single Nutrient Report | The Single Nutrient Report shows a sorted list of foods based on how they contribute to the total for one nutrient.
You will also need to include Fast Food Nation, Super Size Me, Food, Inc. and interviews in your paper as sources. Pay close attention during these activities and take good notes! 7. Once you have gathered and evaluated information on your FF restaurant, decide as a group what your focus or thesis will be on your FF restaurant. Save all Xerox copies, interview notes, Internet printouts, pamphlets, etc.
Online Lab: Organic Molecules Introduction: Cells contain many organic molecules. These molecules are essential to life. Many of them are acquired from the food we eat. In this lab you will study carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Procedure: Before beginning this lab please take the time to review this hand out and compare it to the information you know about organic molecules.
Directions • Type or paste all answers directly on this data sheet. • Use the following nutritional label and answer the questions that follow. You may use your textbook as a resource when comparing the two products. • Select Save As, and save this document using your last name and student ID as the file name. • Upload the data sheet as a .doc, .docx, or .rtf file when you are
Be sure to mention your intake of foods that are considered a source of “Discretionary Calories” in your diet. Address saturated fat, polyunsaturated fat, monounsaturated fat, trans fat, and cholesterol intake in this section of your paper. Summary and References: (5 points) Write a summary paragraph of about 5 sentences, summarizing your macronutrient intake. Make recommendations for improving the quality of your diet to achieve a healthy balance of carbohydrate, protein and fat based on your analysis above. Reference your work with a citation at the end of the paper according to the American Medical Association Manual for references, also used by the Journal of the American Dietetic Association.
One day a monkey died, his name was “O53”. He opened the monkey to take a looks at its spleen. It was big, hard, and dry. He also swabbed the monkey’s throat for a mucus sample. He decided that the best thing to do was to bring it to the attention of USAMRIID at Fort
• #1 Observation of Chemical Changes • Maurice Smith • September 5, 2012 2:33pm • Location • CHEM 1211-06 • In this lab project we are expected to examine the chemical changes of some of the most basic chemicals. We are expected to take the different chemicals and match them together against two paper backgrounds (white, black) to observe the chemical changes. We will also test starch amounts with household foods and observe the chemical changes. In addition to the foods, we are to take some household chemicals (which will be listed) and test them with some of the samples that we have in the Observation of Chemical Changes lab kit. Data Table 1: Reactions Expected |Well #/Question |Chemicals
DIET AND ENERGY ANALYSIS ACTIVITY I. Analysis of my dietary intake based on dietary recommendations. A. Source of Calories- Record your source of calories. This tells you what percentage of the calories you consumed came from each of the energy-yielding nutrients (protein, carbohydrate, fat) as well as the non-nutrient, alcohol.