Describe the type of food or drink and the amount of each item in as much detail as possible. See Appendices B and C for samples. Also, include any vitamin, mineral, or food supplement products that you consumed
Compare the total number of servings from each food group to the appropriate number of servings based on your age and gender. For which food groups (if any) are you short of the recommended servings By how much For which food groups (if any) are you over the recommended servings By how much Does this day reflect your typical eating habits Explain. Have you consumed 30-45 mL of unsaturated oils and fats Examine the quality of your Food Intake Diary (Initial Diet) according to the Canada’s Food Guide. Refer to the following sections:
Determine your routine activity level. Refer to the definitions given below. Justify your answer providing examples of activities you undertake daily.Calculate the per cent of total energy in your diet for the macronutrients: protein, carbohydrate, total fat, saturated fat, and alcohol.Plan a modified diet based on the recommended number of servings and types of foods included in Canada’s Food Guide. Use the clickable Food Intake Diary Template, and label this version as your modified diet.
Enter this modified diet into the Diet Analysis+ program and briefly answer the following questions referring to your Modified Diet “Intake versus Goals”, “Fat Breakdown”, and “Macronutrient Ranges”.
- Have you achieved the DRI goals Why or why not
- What foods and nutrients did you change
- Did the changes based on the Canada’s Food Guide improve your diet according to the DRI.