Dr. Angela Branch
1 Day Food Intake Paper
Food intake is something that everyone should take very seriously in their daily lives. Food intake is regulated by the complex interaction of psychological and physiological events associated with ingestion. While the energy content of foods has an important role in determining the amount eaten, a number of other properties of foods also may be important. These include palatability, macronutrient composition, and form of the food for example solid vs. liquid, how it is prepared, and its energy density.
After reviewing my iProfile Journal it has come to my senses that my dietary intake for the one day I recorded does not provide a healthful diet. The reason this was not a healthful diet for myself is because the way my eating habitats were for this one day and every other day. My one day food intake journal consists of the following meals throughout the entire day. In the morning around 7:00 am I took my multi-vitamin with a glass of orange juice. At about 8:00 am for breakfast I stopped at Mc Donald’s and ordered a sausage and cheese biscuit with a hash brown and a Sweet Tea to drink. Then at 1:00 pm for my lunch break I had Whataburger. I ordered a Whataburger Jr. Meal which consists of a small junior burger with cheese, a beef patty, tomatoes, pickles, lettuce, mustard and of course the bun. The meal included a small order of French Fries and a Small Sweet Tea as the drink. For dinner which usually takes place at about 6:00 pm I cooked a Homemade Chicken Soup. The chicken soup included chunks of chicken, carrots, potatoes, squash, zucchini, cabbage, corn and cilantro. With this meal there was also Spanish rice included in my soup. To drink with my meal I had a glass of Gatorade. At about 9:00 pm as a late night snack I had a bowl of cereal (Lucky Charms) with a glass of water. This information that I just...