Everyone deals with food every day; whether they are cooking it, smelling it, buying it, or simply eating it. The problem that many people encounter when it comes to food is choosing the healthy foods. Some people may even think they are eating healthy, when in reality their diet is lacking some of the necessary food products that would provide them with the vitamins and nutrition that their body requires. There are many ways in which people can keep track of their food intake; one way is threw the WileyPlus website. By updating the iProfile, people can keep track of what they are consuming, and keep a better eye on the types of food they are consuming. Elizabet Romo has just started using the iProfile to keep track of her daily diet. For the first day, she recorded that she had milk and cereal for breakfast, a peanut butter and jelly sandwich with milk for lunch, and a Mexican Pizza and Crunchy Taco from Taco Bell for dinner. For snacks she had an orange and a granola bar. She also kept track of the exact serving size of each meal and liquid consumed. For the most part her food intake was healthy. Elizabet consumed most of what was the recommended DRI. She ate from every food group except vegetables. She had fruit, milk, wheat, and meat. Although her breakfast and lunch where directly from the food groups, her dinner was not so healthy. She had a Mexican Pizza and Crunchy Taco from Taco Bell which did contain meat, however it also contained grease that added unnecessary extra fat to her meal. Elizabet 65% grains, 0% vegetables, 30% fruits, 100% milk, 59% meat and beans oils, and 70% of her intake was discretionary. Although Elizabet seems to represent almost all food groups, She lack any representation at all in the vegetable group. She over represents the milk group. Elizabet will look online for ways to maintain a healthy diet and include all the main food groups. The Harvard School of Public Health says that there are five tips to following a...
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