Diet Analysis 1
3 Day Diet Analysis
University of Phoenix
February 17, 2013
Diet Analysis 2
Throughout my long military career, physical fitness and nutrition have always been a major factor in my life. There is more to living healthy than just exercise. Knowing nutrition, as well as proper dieting, goes hand and hand with exercise. Portion control and knowing nutritional values help ensure a path to a healthy lifestyle, however, exercise needs to be maintained. Being deployed away from home cooking, it’s not always easy to get the healthiest and more nutritionist foods. I have always maintained healthy eating habits. A normal day for me is to start my breakfast off with something light like oatmeal and fruit. I also like to drink my milk in the morning time. Lunch and dinner typically consist of either fish or chicken. I only eat grilled, boiled, or baked meats. I stay away from fried foods. I normally have a salad with either lunch or dinner. I will drink either water or un-sweet tea. I stay away from carbonated drinks as much as possible. The Food Pyramid gives us a guideline of the different nutrients and servings we need on a daily basis. It’s a guideline that even I am guilty of not getting all the correct nutrients of everyday. I strive to follow the Food Guide Pyramid everyday but I fall short sometimes. For breakfast I get my servings of fruits equal two about 2 cups. I eat vegetables 2 servings of vegetables per day equal to 2 cups. I stay away from potatoes because of all the starch. I eat lean meat like fish or chicken and try to stay away from red meat. The whole wheat I do eat is whole grain bread or pasta. I get my dairy in take on the milk I drink in the morning. (“Food Pyramids and Plates”, 2013).
Diet Analysis 3
According to the Food Pyramid and my eating habits, I need more intakes on whole grains and dairy. I need to modify my...
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