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Nutrition and Diet Project My average calorie intake per day was 1531.8. My caloric need per day was 3326. My intake is supposed to be way more than what it is. This is really surprising to me. The average percentage of carbohydrates, fat and protein is in the chart below. DAY FAT CARBS PROTEIN SUGAR1 20% 34% 20% 25%2 10% 73% 17% 0%3 21% 47% 13% 19%4 18% 52% 15% 16%5 20% 48% 17% 15% These numbers are around what I should have. My numbers seem to stay around the same area for each of

I. Civil Rights A. Some people, mostly blacks, did not get equal rights. B. Nixon believed fundamentaly in responsible civil rights policy on the part of the federal government. II. Health Care Issues A. People believed in having health care for everyone, and being taken care of from the goverments money. B. Nixon believed that there should be health care for everyone, employer mandates, pharmancy care, and pre

NUTRITION is the sum of processes by which an organism recieves nutrients from its environment, and uses them for its vital activities. NUTRIENTS are all substances that when eaten, digested and absorbed promote proper functioning of the body. Nutrients fall into the following categories: Protein, Carbohydrate, Fats, Vitamins, Minerals, and Water. ESSENTIAL NUTRIENTS are nutrients nessacary for life, that cannot be synthesised by the body. They must therefore be obtained through the

Andy Aikins Food and Identity Sports Nutrition Outline and Thesis Thesis: 1. An athletes diet has a large effect on his/her athletic performance 2. What an athlete eats is an integral part of his/her training, and will effect every aspect of their athletic performance Outline: I: Intro A. Introduce topic B. State why Sports nutrition is different from general nutrition. C. Thesis (see above) II: Dietary Guidelines A. How many servings of each food group should an athlete eat

Internet Site Evaluation I was having difficulty choosing a particular aspect to nutrition of interest, so my Internet exploration took to the webcrawler search engine where I typed in nutrition to get me going. The results gave one particular site, which I recalled seeing on the list that was distributed in class. Hence, my Internet site to investigate has landed me at Consequently, I found that the site s main purpose was to serve as a search engine for nutriti

Ch.9 Outline Nutrition 1. What are the nutrients in food? A. Food 1. cells must be supplied with food or they stop working 2. growth and repair 3. supplied regularly in the right amount and balance 4. Nutrients a. chemicals in food cells need b. Nutrients study of nutrients c. six nutrients 1. protein 2. fats 3. carbohydrates 4. vitamins 5. minerals 6. water B. Proteins, Fats, and Carbo’s 1. Proteins a. build and repair tissue b. make up large part of muscle, bon

I have to admit when I first got word of this assignment I was very eager to run out and interview Dan Duquette. I mean what could possibly be better than running the Redsox. However, as the semester went on and speakers came into talk, my views changed. I decided that I wanted to interview someone in a position that I would like to be in one day. I contacted the General Manager of the Lowell Spinner’s and the Pawtucket Redsox’s, believing that a job like that would not comp

Abstract While taking the course Human Nutrition, I learned that for a healthy life-style it takes following such simple health habits as avoiding smoking, drinking in moderation, eating a well-balanced diet, controlling weight, reducing stress, and exercising regularly. By under-standing the basic principles of healthy living and applying them with sense and moderation, I can vastly improve the quality-and may well increase the length-of my life. Personal Diet and Activity Modifica

Jordan Brown Sports Nutrition What do I eat before I compete? A burning question in the minds of athletes all around the world. In an article written by Kristin J. Reimers, MS, RD of the International Center for Sports Nutrition in Omaha, Nebraska. She presents the reader with an unbiased approach towards what to eat before competing, by unbiased, she doesn?t just recommend a certain meal for all athletes alike, but she gives helpful hints and advice for all outlooks of at

Effects of Alcohol On Nutrition There are many affects alcohol has on nutrition, in people of all ages. Each year more than 100,000 people die from alcohol related causes. According to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug dependence more than 13 million Americans abuse alcohol. There are different types of alcohol dependency psychologically dependent and physically dependent. If you crave alcohol, or feel distresses without it you are said to be psychologically dependent, if you