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Nutritional analysis of 3 meals

-You will make a pie chart of the 3 meals showing the amount of carbs, protein and fats per meal. ( A pie chart of macromolecules for each meal) 1 for Breakfast, 1 for lunch and 1 for dinner (3 pie charts)

-Monitor your energy throughout the day. How does it alter before, during and after a meal. Does it alter with each meal as well?

– Analyze how your meal will be broken down. (for metabolism)

– List any essential nutrients you received from your meal.

– Choose one product to analyze the vitamins and minerals in the meal. MAKE ANOTHER PIE CHART showing that

– Are you getting the recommended carbohydrates, protein, lipids, vitamins and

minerals for the day?

– Conclusion: After analyzing all the data is there any improvements you can make to a meal. (Such as increasing protein intake or lowering sodium intake)

The assignment is mostly completed. (Please see attached) I just need the charts to be completed and also if you can check to see if anything needs to be added or corrected. There should be a total of 4 pie charts Student?s Name
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The charts will be representing the overall percentages of different nutrients in meals throughout the day. However, any of those could as well be unhealthy if taken in excess. The following pie chart will present three meals which are breakfast, lunch and dinner. The amount of carbs, proteins, and fats in every meal are shown.

A pie chart representing the macromolecules for every meal
After a meal of cold cereal and milk, the body feels filled and refreshed and has enough energy to stay up till lunch hour. After taking chicken and rice for dinner, the body is filled with enough energy. However, this energy does take a while before it really kicks in. The energy response in the body does vary with every meal, as they are all different in the number of macromolecules.
Rice is quite easy for the body to break down and perform its digestion. Therefore, the metabolism of a food like this one is rather quick. The metabolism commences in the duodenum where the simplest sugars get absorbed into the bloodstream. After that, the complex carbohydrate chains in the body are then converted to glucose. Once the chicken gets to the belly, proteases and hydrochloric acid digest it into smaller amino acid chains. Some of the nutrients in a meal of chicken rice per serving is: 245 calories, 28 carbs, 16 protein, 7.1 fat.
Analysis of vitamins and minerals in Chicken Rice

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