Almond and red fruit

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write a  brief paper (at least 2 pages) addressing  these points:

1.What are your dietary strengths? What did you do well?  (10 points)

2.What are your dietary weaknesses? What do you need to work on? (10 points)

3.Select one weakness and plan how to improve that dietary issue?  (10 points)

4.What is your overall impression of the tools used on My Plate website? (05 points)

this is how i ate for 3 days —>

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

SATURDAY

BREAKFAST

OATMEAL ½ CUP -cacao-peanut butter-Red fruits

one egg sandwich -ketchup salad and avocado

OATMEAL ½ CUP -cacao-peanut butter-Red fruits

SNAK

Almond and red fruit

1 glass chia pudding

a glass chia pudding

LUNCH

Baked sweet potato, salad, avocado, salmon

1 plantain 3-4 ounces chicken breast, avocado

65% grams of pasta with 6 shrimps and tomato sauce

SNAK

70% cocoa chocolate, strawberries and blueberry

70% cocoa chocolate, strawberries and blueberry

1 glass chia pudding

DINNER

salad with chicken breast

salad with apple or peach and turkey breast

salad with chicken breast

This is how i should eat.

Your MyPlate Plan: 2400 Calories, Age 14+

Below are the daily recommended amounts for each food group.
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Talk with your health care provider about an eating pattern and physical activity program that is right for you.

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2 cups

1 cup from the Fruit Group counts as:
– 1 cup raw, frozen, or cooked/canned fruit; or
– ½ cup dried fruit; or
– 1 cup 100% fruit juice

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3 cups

1 cup from the Vegetable Group counts as:
– 1 cup raw or cooked/canned vegetables; or
– 2 cups leafy salad greens; or
– 1 cup 100% vegetable juice

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8 ounces

1 ounce from the Grains Group counts as:
– 1 slice bread; or
– 1 ounce ready-to-eat cereal; or
– ½ cup cooked rice, pasta, or cereal

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6½ ounces

1 ounce from the Protein Foods Group counts as:
– 1 ounce seafood, lean meat, or poultry; or
– 1 egg; or
– 1 Tbsp peanut butter; or
– ¼ cup cooked beans, peas, or lentils; or

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3 cups

1 cup from the Dairy Group counts as:
– 1 cup dairy milk or yogurt; or
– 1 cup lactose-free dairy milk or yogurt; or
– 1 cup fortified soy milk or yogurt; or
– 1½ ounces hard cheese

1.What are your dietary strengths? What did you do well?  (10 points)

2.What are your dietary weaknesses? What do you need to work on? (10 points)

3.Select one weakness and plan how to improve that dietary issue?  (10 points)

4.What is your overall impression of the tools used on My Plate website? (05 points)

 

Explanation & Answer length: 2 pages