Record everything you eat, drink and consume for 3 days. It is best if you document or record the foods/beverages right after you consume them, so you don’t forget.
One of the three days should include a weekend day.
Do not change your diet! The evaluation should be based on what you typically eat.
Measure everything that you eat and drink (use measuring cups)
Record any exercise you did for each of the 3 days
You will take the food/beverage record and exercise record and input the data into the Diet Analysis Program.
If certain foods/beverages are not found in the Diet Analysis program you will need to choose an alternative option that is similar
Once you input your food/beverage and exercise data, the program will analyze everything you enter.
You will need to submit TWO diet analysis reports: 1). Nutrition Facts report and 2). Actual vs. Recommend report
Write a 2-3 page (double- spaced, 3-pages preferred) critique of your results from the analysis. In this critique discuss what nutrients you were deficient or excessive in. Discuss how you can improve or change your diet to meet your needs better. Please list all references used for this critique. Please review further details for critique/essay in Part 3 below.
Completed Project Should Include THREE Parts:
Part 1: Neatly typed 3-day food and beverage record/log, you can use food log generated from the diet analysis software
Part 2: TWO reports from the diet analysis software-nutrition facts and actual vs. recommended report
Part 3: 2-3 page critique (essay) of your dietary analysis results. Critique needs to include:
Review what nutrients you are deficient or excessive in (hint: you can find this data in the actual vs. recommend intake report).
Expand on what foods you can incorporate into your diet to help improve your specific nutrient deficiencies and what foods you may need to reduce or lower your intake of certain nutrients.
Discuss if you met your needs for calcium, iron, fiber, vitamin A, and vitamin D
Review sodium, saturated fat and sugar intake (more or less than the recommendations?) How can you reduce these in your diet?
Review what your actual Kcal intake was vs. what your recommendation was
Discuss what your goal was: maintain, lose or gain
Discuss if this assignment was beneficial for you and what you have learned from it
persons thought process. As well as the history that could have made an extreme influence forming them into the person they are now. Such as, events in their early childhood that caused permanent trauma and has been pushed to the back of their mind. Freud thought that all psychological issues are rooted from a person’s past and that through multiple evaluations and therapy related sessions, a person can dig back far enough into their subconscious to get to the root of the problems.
This specific study almost encapsulates all of the approaches in one. Instead of just asking the “how” it mentions the why, how, and when a person behaves the way they do. Freud also brought up the concept of psychoanalysis. This was a new way of digging into a person’s unconscious thoughts. Although it’s a lengthy process, it’s thought that through time a person can talk their subconscious thoughts to their consciousness. Something Freud believed could be used to get to the root of many people’s psychological illnesses, problems, and behaviors. However, many scientists and psychologists don’t support this approach because there isn’t any scientific proof or data behind his method. There isn’t a way to make sure that it would work and be a good analysis because it works mainly off a case by case basis, and to use it on a mass population would be generalizing them (McLeod).
I think this specific approach to psychology to is important because it takes in account the factors that form us as a person from birth all the way up to environmental differences. Most people become the person they are from the way they were raised and from the people they’re surrounded by. It is believed that the most vital part of the mind is that which most scientists can’t see or explain, the subconscious. It is believed that we form a subconscious over time, which is influenced by many outside sources listed above. I think that this is also important because it caused such a controversial argument within the research world. Some scientists believe that you can’t test something and base a theory on something you can not see and people’s experiences from childhood that they may not even remember. There is really no scientific evidence to back it up, only personal experiences (McLeod). I think that it could be useful to get a deeper look into a persons thought process but I think it’s too personal of a subject for it to be used for a public purpose>GET ANSWER