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BI 214 Week 5 Assignment Help

BI 214 Week 5 Assignment Help | Park University

BI 214 Week 5 Assignment Help | Park University

Unit 5: Nutrition Project

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  1. Now that you have collected all your data, complete this project.
  2. This unit you will write a short, at least 1500 words, summary in which you compare your eating habits between the two different groups of data. Describe problems and setbacks, identify places you still need to improve, and explain what things would help you improve your eating habits. Be sure to include how your fiber, cholesterol, fats, protein, carbohydrates, vitamins (especially folate and C), and minerals (especially calcium, iron, and sodium) compare to the RDAs for your sex and age–you may have to look some of these up on the web or in your book. The easiest way to write the paper is to compare “normal” to RDAs, then compare “healthy” to the RDAs, then compare “healthy” to “normal”, and then explain setbacks and describe how to improve your eating habits.


  1. I hope that you have saved your daily entries because these will be needed to finish the project.  I will be interested in seeing your foods from each day.  I would recommend that you also attach these to the document or use Submit Assignment. You want to make sure that you show your food eaten at each of the meals. This is important and is considered a must for the final analysis.
  2. For your information the RDA percentages are 20% protein, 25-30% fats and 55-60% carbohydrates.
  3. As indicated on the syllabus, the total point value of this project is 100 pts. Therefore, I urge you to approach this as if it were an exam. Simply stating that you were unable to eat that day or you just could not seem to eat healthy is not adequate, there are six other days of the week and all we are asking for is 4 normal and 4 healthy days. Each weekly report should provide you with a basis for comparison of things like carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals like sodium and anything else that is significantly different from the RDA.