This organizer will provide you with a log to track your caloric input and output. To obtain the best results, log your information on a day that reflects your “typical” patterns of eating and physical activity.
In the left hand columns, record all foods and beverages consumed with portion sizes and the caloric values. In the right hand columns, record the physical activities you performed, the number of minutes you did each activity and the calories expended by each activity. You should have at least 1440 minutes of activities recorded to account for all 24 hours of the day. Include daily activities like sleeping, grooming, eating, driving, and computer work in addition to recreational physical activities. Use a reliable resource or tool such as the USDA Super Tracker calculate the caloric values of the food items you recorded and the caloric expenditures of the physical activities you performed. After you finish recording your caloric input and output, respond to the questions listed below. | |Calories Consumed |
Student Name: Jonathan Colon
Weight: 145 lbs
Height: 5 ft. 7 inches
Your BMI score: 22.5
My BMI indicates that I am:
Do you agree with your BMI interpretation? Why or why not?
Yes, I do agree with my BMI interpretation because I do not work out much, so athletics does not play a part into my BMI number. Without the factor of athletics, I trust my BMI to calculate the number based on my height, weight, age and gender.
Write a specific, measurable goal indicating if you would like to maintain, decrease or increase your BMI.
I would like to maintain my BMI. I have to watch my caloric intake and output in order to manage how much my body is taking in everyday. By doing this, I will ensure that my...