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FOOD SOURCES. NUTRIENT DENSITY: click here. There are 28 slides In this program. Click with your mouse, to move on the next slide. Be sure to read and understand each slide before you move on…. WHAT IS NUTRIENT DENSITY?. Simply said:

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Food sources

FOOD SOURCES

NUTRIENT

DENSITY:

click here


Food sources

There are 28 slides

In this program.

Click with your mouse,

to move on the next slide.

Be sure to read and understand each slide before you move on….


What is nutrient density

WHAT IS NUTRIENTDENSITY?

  • Simply said:

  • Comparison of nutrient content to caloric content

  • In other words, how much nutrient is present in how many calories?


One way to evaluate nutrient density

One way to evaluateNUTRIENTDENSITY

  • In this assignment

  • You will compare % Daily Values of nutrients to % Daily Value of calories


Remember there is a limitation to am t of calories

Remember: There is a LIMITATION TOAM’T OF CALORIES

  • To maintain weight, calories in must equal calories out…..


With too many calories

WITH TOO MANY CALORIES

  • you gain weight…..

  • SO you are limited on calories.


Remember example 1 bean cheese burrito p 158 of workbook

Remember EXAMPLE: 1 bean & cheese burritop. 158 of workbook


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You calculated % ofDAILY VALUES forvitamins & minerals for onefood.EXAMPLE IN CLASS was 1 bean & cheese burritop. 158 of workbook


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Calculated % VITAMINS

Vitamin A (mcg) 1000 119 11.9%

Vitamin E (mg) 9 0.5 5.5%

Vitamin C (mg) 60 1 1.7%

Vitamin B-6 (mg) 2 0.12 6 %

Folate (mg) 400 41 10.2%

% DAILY VALUES

were calculated by dividing amt of nutrient by daily value


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Calculated % VITAMINS

Vitamin A (mcg) 1000 119 11.9%

Vitamin E (mg) 9 0.5 5.5%

Vitamin C (mg) 60 1 1.7%

Vitamin B-6 (mg) 2 0.12 6 %

Folate (mg) 400 41 10.2%

Vitamin A:

119/100O * 100 =

11.9 %


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Calculated % VITAMINS

Vitamin A (mcg) 1000 119 11.9%

Vitamin E (mg) 9 0.5 5.5%

Vitamin C (mg) 60 1 1.7%

Vitamin B-6 (mg) 2 0.12 6 %

Folate (mg) 400 41 10.2%

Vitamin E:

0.5 / 9 * 100 =

5.5 %


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Calculated % VITAMINS

Vitamin A (mcg) 1000 119 11.9%

Vitamin E (mg) 9 0.5 5.5%

Vitamin C (mg) 60 1 1.7%

Vitamin B-6 (mg) 2 0.12 6 %

Folate (mg) 400 41 10.2%

And so on….


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VITAMINS

Bar graph

of % Daily

Values

% Daily Values

A E C B-6 FOLATE


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Calculated % MINERALS

Sodium (mg) 2400 583 24.3%

Potassium (mg) 3500 248 7.1%

Calcium (mg) 1000 107 10.7%

Magnesium (mg) 400 40 10 %

Iron (mg) 18 1.2 6.7%

Zinc (mg) 15 0.8 5.3%

And so on….


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MINERALS

Bar graph

of % Daily

Values

% Daily Values

Sod Pot Cal Mag Iron Zinc


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Now

Consider

the question:

“Are these amt of nutrients

high or low?”

One way would be to evaluate the number of calories in the food.


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If we assume a Daily Value of calories as 2000 AND we determine that 1 bean & cheese burrito contains 189 kcal, then189 *100 = 9.4% of calories 2000


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This means that 1 bean & cheese burrito supplies 9.4% of calories and this line can be drawn across the bar graphs as shown in the next two slides:


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VITAMINS

Line =

amount of calories

(9.4%)

% Daily Values

A E C B-6 FOLATE


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MINERALS

Line =

amount of calories

(9.4%)

% Daily Values

Sod Pot Cal Mag Iron Zinc


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If we decide that: 1X calories: GOOD SOURCE& 2X calories: EXCELLENT SOURCE (of nutrient)Then in the burrito example > 9.4% = Good > 18.8% = Excellent of any nutrient


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VITAMINS compared to kcal:

Vitamin A (mcg) 1000 119 11.9%

Vitamin E (mg) 9 0.5 5.5%

Vitamin C (mg) 60 1 1.7%

Vitamin B-6 (mg) 2 0.12 6 %

Folate (mg) 400 41 10.2%

% kcal : 9.4

GOOD: Vitamin A

Folate


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MINERALS

Sodium (mg) 2400 583 24.3%

Potassium (mg) 3500 248 7.1%

Calcium (mg) 1000 107 10.7%

Magnesium (mg) 400 40 10 %

Iron (mg) 18 1.2 6.7%

Zinc (mg) 15 0.8 5.3%

% kcal : 9.4 EXCELLENT: Sodium

(because > 18.8%)


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MINERALS

Sodium (mg) 2400 583 24.3%

Potassium (mg) 3500 248 7.1%

Calcium (mg) 1000 107 10.7%

Magnesium (mg) 400 40 10 %

Iron (mg) 18 1.2 6.7%

Zinc (mg) 15 0.8 5.3%

% kcal : 9.4

GOOD: Calcium,

Magnesium


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Sample WORKSHEET

Amt of FOOD % OF KCALORIES

1 Burrito 9.4%

Vitamins:

GOOD Sources

Folate (10.2%)

Vitamin A (11.9%)

EXCELLENT Sources

None


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Sample WORKSHEET

Amt of FOOD % OF KCALORIES

1 Burrito 9.4%

Minerals:

GOOD Sources

Calcium (10.7%)

Magnesium (10%)

EXCELLENT Sources

Sodium (24.3%)


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Follow the directions on theextra credit assignment sheet.Remember late work willnot receive credit.


Hint you need only calculate the of calories all other values are the daily values

HINT: You need only calculatethe % of calories;all other values are the % DAILY VALUES!

Summer 2002


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