Answer the following questions using your Module 2 and 8 notes, and the given internet source! The following is a label from a can of mixed nuts. Use it to answer the questions below!
Daily value is the guide to the nutrients in one serving of food. From the above chart, the mineral with the highest DV is manganese.
Potassium contributes to 5 percent of the daily value.
1) Potassium is specifically essential for the capacity of the skeletal and smooth contraction of the human body muscles.
2) Potassium also serves as an electrolyte function in the human body cells. It is the main electrolyte membrane potential that allows an electrical current to pass from one cell to the other.
3) Potassium regulates the healthy functioning of the human body nerves and muscles by employing checks and balances to guarantee its levels.
Calcium contributes to 4 percent according to the chart.
1) Calcium plays a big role in the human by keeping the bones and teeth strong as well as supporting the skeletal structure.
2) Calcium also decreases the risk for colorectal cancer and reduces systolic blood pressure in peoples with elevated blood pressure.
3) Calcium rich foods are said to reduce the risk of being overweight and obese.
The reason why an individual cannot get the entire 8 percent of the daily value of the two minerals is that for several minerals, the percentage that gets absorbed by the gastrointestinal tract is much less than the full percent which reflects the same issue with the two products. Also, some minerals make use of similar ions transporters for their absorption which leads to competition for absorption.
1) Iron is needed in the human body for the production of red blood cells through a method known as haematopoiesis binding to the oxygen as well as facilitating its transport from the lungs through the arteries to all the cells all over the body.
2) Also, iron is needed in the human body for the conversion of blood sugar to energy whereby the metabolic energy is vital in allowing muscles to work at their optimum in exercise.
The child is deficient of zinc mineral which is crucial for growth and development of the human body, development of the genitalia, activation of the sense of taste, and activation as well as maintenance of the immune system.
Beans diet is said to shrink one’s brain especially if taken by toddlers in their young age which can result to the same problems in learning. Beans and tortillas diet is said to be high in carbohydrates and starch which interferes with growth and development of young children. Some beans sold in market places are canned whereby the plastic linings contain BPA which is strong endocrine disruptor. The BPA is linked with erectile dysfunction as well as abnormal reproductive development in young children especially boys. Male children and toddlers are most likely vulnerable to the negative impacts of high legumes diets such as tortillas and beans diet.
It serves 20 percent daily value of magnesium.
1) Bone Health – an essential function of magnesium is maintaining our bones healthy, a deficient in magnesium in the human body alters the way our body metabolizes calcium as well as the hormones that regulate calcium. Intake of magnesium assists in improving our bone mineral density plus averting osteoporosis.
2) Carbohydrate metabolism – magnesium influences insulin response in the body and assists in controlling blood glucose levels through its function in carbohydrate metabolism. An increment in magnesium diet might assist in reducing the risk of diabetes.
3) Blood pressure regulation – taking dietary foods which are rich in magnesium assists in regulating the body blood pressure. Also, dietary consumption of magnesium foods can improve serum lipid profiles as well as minimize blood pressure of the human body.
Intake Analysis: Water & Minerals
Eating Plan A (1 Day’s Intake)
Eating Plan B (1 Day’s Intake
1 cup of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes
½ cup white
grapefruit juice, raw
1 cup (8 ounces) lowfat milk, 1%
2 eggs, large, scrambled
fat, with A & D
2 cups (16 oz) coffee, brewed from
1 ounce cheddar cheese
grounds, tap water
2 slices turkey breast, sliced
20 ounces coffee, brewed from
grounds, tap water
2 slices whole-wheat bread,
½ cup raspberries, raw
2 ounces cheddar cheese
1 cup cantaloupe (melons,
cantaloupe, raw, cubes)
1 cup (8 oz) milk, chocolate,
1 container (6 oz) yogurt, vanilla
commercial, low fat, with added
flavor, low fat milk, sweetened with
vitamin A and vitamin D
low calorie sweetener
3 12-ounce beers (alcoholic
beverage, beer, regular, all)
2 slices Domino’s 14” Pepperoni
6 ounces salmon, coho, wild, moist
pizza, classic hand-tossed crust
½ cup boiled, drained asparagus
1 cup broccoli, cooked, boiled,
drained, w/o salt
5 fluid ounces white table wine
12 ounces diet Pepsi (carbonated
beverage, cola, with aspartame,
½ cup green peas, frozen, boiled,
drained, without salt
1 small bread, pita, whole-wheat
1 cup raw spinach
3 ounces feta cheese
1 cup (149 g) cherry tomatoes
(tomatoes, red, ripe, raw, year round
2 tbsp. salad dressing, home recipe,
vinegar and oil
¼ cup mixed nuts, dry roasted, with
peanuts, without salt added
Eating Plan C (1 Day’s Intake)
Eating Plan D (1 Day’s Intake)
2 eggs, large, scrambled
1 cup honeydew melon,
1 cup milk, whole, 3.25%
1 cup strawberries, raw,
milkfat, with vitamin D
2 slice bacon (pork, cured,
1 medium apple, raw, red
pre-sliced, pan fried)
delicious, with skin
2 1-ounce Slim Jims
½ avocado, raw,
California, w/o skin/seed
6 oz ground beef, 95%
½ cup sweet green
lean, 5% fat, pan broiled
peppers, raw, sliced
2 ounces provolone
1 orange, raw, navel,
¼ cup blue cheese
1 medium banana, raw
12 ounces water
½ cup grated carrots, raw
2 ounces cheddar cheese
½ cup boiled, drained
6 ounces (use 1 breast)
1 cup boiled yellow string
icken breast, fryer, meat
beans, snap, with salt
1 egg, large, scrambled
¼ cup apricots, dried,
1 cup Romaine lettuce,
1 small pear, raw, Bartlett,
½ cup blue cheese
1/2 cup (100 g) dates,
12 ounces diet Pepsi
cola, with aspartame,
Complete the above tables from information from the USDA National Nutritional Database ( http://ndb.nal.usda.gov and click, “start here.”) and then answer the following questions. You must show your work in the above tables for credit!)
Examine Eating Plans B, C and D:
Eating plan D with 1471.35 grams
Other foods with high water content include cauliflower, broccoli, red cabbage, and carrots
Looking at All of the Eating Plans:
Eating plan A provides 660 mg.
Eating plan B provides 1237.2 mg of magnesium.
The total Iron in eating plan D is 10.48 mg
Some foods that can be added to eating plan D include red meat, spinach, and legumes such as lentils, beans, and chickpeas.
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