Diet Analysis Program

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Diet Analysis BIO 115 / Marsh

Diet Analysis Report Instructions

Write a diet analysis of your 3 day diet using your 3 Day Average from your diet analysis program.

1. Compare your nutrient intake to your goal.

2. Identify each nutrient that you had more than 20% excess or 20%

deficient of your goal. This means that every nutrient with an

intake below 80% or above 120% should be part of your written

analysis.

3. For each nutrient that is below 80%, state how you

would improve your nutrient intake. You should list 3

sources that are high in that specific nutrient. You can

use your text book, credible internet sources and the

handouts that you received from the oral presentations.

Example:

Deficiencies:

Carbohydrates:

goal – 210 g

Intake – 135 g

I could eat more potatoes, oatmeal and pasta.

4. For each nutrient that is in excess, list the 3 highes sources of that nutrient from the

spread sheet reports.

Example:

Excess

Vitamin A:

goal – 1000 RE

Intake – 1271 RE

My 3 highest sources of vitamin A were garden salad, baby carrots and cheese pizza.

When you are finished with your analysis, write a summary and state your educated nutritional opinion of your diet. Make sure that you answer the following questions.

· What are your dietary goals?

· Did you make any changes as a result of this project?

· Do you take a vitamin or mineral supplement?

· Do you drink enough water?

· Do you exercise?

Grading

Submit your analysis paper that you wrote with your PDF print of your report for the

Diet Analysis Program.