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Nutrition Report

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TITTLE: Nutrition- Four days of my diet OBJECTIVE: The aim of this laboratory is to study Nutrition and determine if my regular Diet is on the ideal nutrition needs for myself. INTRODUCTION: Nutrition is a science that studies the relationship between diet and health. Diet is the total food taken in by an individual and nutrients are substances needed in the diet of an organism. The human body is the most complex organism there is and is composed by several other organisms. Both are in constant recycling movement of their cells. These cells are in constant recycling so that in one day millions of them are reproduced so that the older ones can be put away through personal necessities. In our organisms there are also several chemical reactions between carbohydrates, fats and etc. But for these chemical reactions to happen and these constant cells renovations there must be energy for it, the body needs a lot of energy, through oxygen and carbohydrates, matter to constitute the cells, through proteins and some additional substances, and again some other substances which facilitate the chemical reactions from the vitamins and minerals. And all of these essential things are found while our alimentation and respiration. ...read more.

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These results may vary from person to person. To know how many calories one need daily just use the following formula: Men: BMR = 66 + (13.7 x W) + (5 x H) - (6.8 x Age) = Daily calories required Women: BMR = 665 + (9.6 x W) + (1.8 x H) - (4.7 x Age) = Daily calories needs Where: W = weight in Kg H = Height in cm (1 inch = 2.54 cm) Age = Years Multiply your BMR by an activity factor, which more closely suits your lifestyle: - Sedentary - none or very little exercise = BMR X 1.2 - Light activity for average of 2 days/week = BMR X 1.375 - Moderate activity level exercising 4 days/week = BMR X 1.5 - High activity levels exercise & sports more than 6 days/week = BMR X 1.7 - Higher activity levels = up to 2 x BMR Meaning that I would need: BMR = 665 + (9.6 x 63) + (1.8 x 174) - (4.7 x 17) = 1503.1kcal - Daily calories needed As I am a moderate activity level exercising person, I multiply my BMR by 1.5, which is equal to 2254.6kcal per day. This should be my perfect diet for a day. ...read more.

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juice 132 1 0 5 32 Total: 1405 34.7 46.2 1356 217.1 Day Four: Thursday 19/05/07 Quantity/Kind of food Food Energy Proteins Total Fats (Lipids) Sodium Total Carbohydrates Units Calories Gramms Gramms mg Gramms 200ml of Toddynho (milk beverage) 185 3.9 4.7 107 32 100g of strawberry yogurt Activia 111 3.4 3.4 56 17 1 p�o de quieijo (cheese bread from Brazil) 154 3.9 7.3 271 18 1 cheeseburger 303 15 14 589 30 1 cup of Passion fruit juice 149 2 0 15 36 1 Cereal bar of banana and honey (Trio Light) 90 1 1 90 19 50g of white rice 75 1 0 0 18 25f of cooked beans with salt 35 2.1 1 59 6.4 1 fried fish fillet 199 16 12 244 7 1 corn (103g) 111 3 1 261 26 Total: 1412 51.3 44.4 1692 209.4 Four Day Diet Medium: Food Energy Proteins Fats (Lipids) Sodium Carbohydrates Calories Gramms Gramms mg Gramms Day One: Monday 16/05/07 1056 47.2 40.8 546 134.4 Day Two: Tuesday 17/05/07 1054 31.1 35.9 1060 156 Day Three: Wednesday 18/05/07 1405 34.7 46.2 1356 217.1 Day Four: Thursday 19/05/07 1412 51.3 44.4 1692 209.4 Total: 4927 164.3 167.3 4654 716.9 Four Days divided by four 1231.7 41 41.8 1163.5 179.2 ...read more.

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