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Calories and Label Review. William P. Wattles, Ph. D. Psychology 314. Percent revisited. William P. Wattles, Ph.D. Psychology 314. Percent. A way to compare items with different values. Example, Miriam has a 585 mile trip for Thanksgiving and has driven 250 miles.

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### Calories and Label Review

William P. Wattles, Ph. D.

Psychology 314

### Percent revisited

William P. Wattles, Ph.D.

Psychology 314

• A way to compare items with different values.

• Example,

• Miriam has a 585 mile trip for Thanksgiving and has driven 250 miles.

• Rivka has a 230 mile trip and has gone 120 miles

120

Rivka

230

250

Miriam

585

• If they were on the same scale, that is had the same distance to go, it would be easy to compare them.

52

Rivka

100

43

Miriam

100

• If they were on the same scale, that is had the same distance to go, it would be easy to compare them.

• Converting the numbers to a percent puts them on the same scale. (cent means hundred)

• Number of hits 120

• Total 230

• 120/230 = .52 = 52%

120

Rivka

230

• Number of hits 250

• Total 585

• 250/585 = .43 = 43%

250

Miriam

585

120

52%

Rivka

230

250

Miriam

43%

585

52

Rivka

100

43

Miriam

100

• Percent of Total Points scored by FMU

• Percent of team points

• Percent of 3-point shots made

• Use percent to compare foods to:

• Other foods

• Dietary goals

• Protein

• Carbohydrates

• Fat

• What is a gram?

4

Carbohydrates

4

Fat

9

What is a gram?

A measure of weight

How many calories per gram?

• Fat Calories

• Percent of Calories from fat

• Amount of sodium in 14 crackers

• % of daily amount of sodium from 14 crackers

• 1 serving 7 crackers

• Fat grams 5

• Carbohydrategrams 21

• Protein grams 3

• Total grams 29

45

Percent of Calories from fat

32%

Amount of sodium in 14 crackers

340 mg

% of daily amount of sodium from 14 crackers

14%

Triscuits

• Fat Calories

• Percent of Calories from fat

• Fat Calories

• 45

• Percent of Calories from fat

• 14%

• 1 serving size 239 grams

• Fat 1.5

• Carbohydrate 15

• Protein 7

• Total 23.5 (239)

• 90% Water

• 1 serving size 239 grams

• Fat grams 1.5

• Fat Calories 13.5

• Percent of Calories from fat 14%

• Percent of can by weight that is fat .63%

• Percent of Daily Value offat intake for 2,000 calorie 2%

• Sedentary men

• Active men

• Sedentary women

• Active women

2510

Active men

2900

Sedentary women

2150

Active women

2500

How many calories can you consume?

Fat

30%

Protein

10%

Carbohydrate

60%

Sedentary woman (2150)

Fat

645

Protein

215

Carbohydrate

1290

Calories

GoalFat 30%Protein10%Carbohydrate 60%

Sedentary woman (2150)

Fat

72

Protein

54

Carbohydrate

323

Grams