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Analyze Your Diet In A Formal Report

Analyze Your Diet In A Formal Report

Part 2 (due on day 7 of week 5)

Analyze your diet in a formal report

Include the following information:

1. List two  vitamins and minerals that averaged less than 100% of the RDA.

2. For each vitamin or mineral that averaged less than 100% of the RDA, suggest two foods that would increase the amount of that nutrient in your diet.

· Why did you pick those foods? Are they realistic to YOUR diet?

· Suggest ways you would incorporate them directly into your diet.

1. How many grams of fiber did you consume per day?

· What is the recommended intake per day?

· If you ate less than the recommended daily intake, how could you realistically increase your fiber?

· If you ate more than the recommendation, what are the foods in your diet that are contributing to this total?

· Please be sure to describe the differences between soluble fiber and insoluble fiber.

1. How many different fruits, vegetables, and grains did you consume daily?

· Could your diet benefit from more diversity? Why?

· What are some of the reasons fruits and vegetables are hard to include in your diet? Is it because of past memories of eating them? Taste? If you love fruits and vegetables, can you offer an idea why others may not?

· What is it about fruits and vegetables that make them so nutritious? Discuss three major components of these foods and why they are beneficial.

1. What have you learned about your eating habits? .Pay attention to any trends, patterns or unusual days you had. What are your overall observations about your diet and why you choose the foods you do?

2. According to nutrition.gov nutrition needs change based on your current life stage. Use the following resource to choose the appropriate life stage you are in.  Recommend two specific changes you would consider making to your diet based on your current stage in the lifecycle. Be sure to cite specific recommendations provided. https://www.nutrition.gov/topics/nutrition-life-stageLinks to an external site. 


· Keep all data in one file (unless different formats do not allow them to be together in one file).

· Make sure to reference the classroom resources as you answer the questions. You do not need to reference your values from Cronometer (In other words, if you consumed 5000mg of sodium, you don’t need to reference that.)

· Screenshots can be inserted into your paper directly by using the insert image option.

· Be sure to complete the assignment in complete essay form. (Do not write the question and then the answer—use full paragraphs.) The 4- to 6-page requirement does not include your charts and motivation codes.

· Use double spacing and 12-point Times New Roman. Page count is 4–6 pages. If you would like an example to follow, a template for this paper can be found at the Walden University Writing Center located in the Optional Resources for this week. Click on “General Templates” and then “APA Course Paper Template With Advice (6th ed.)” under “Course Paper.” This template will help you format your Final Project paper correctly.


Submit your Final Project.

The Final Project:

· Write a 4- to 6-page formal report that analyzes your 7-day diet. You will specify the total values of dietary intake for various vitamins, minerals, and organic compounds. You will also evaluate the effectiveness of this 7-day diet and recommend modifications that may be needed to meet daily requirements. Your Final Project should include all of the steps taken to complete this project. This includes: