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Malnourished

Long term outcome of consuming a diet that doesn’t meet nutrient needs
Can result from both under and over nutrition

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Tools to help avoid under and over nutrition

Dietary reference intakes DRI

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What do DRI’s tell you?

How many nutrients you need to consume

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Tolerable Upper Intake (UL)

Highest amount of nutrient that is unlikely to cause harm if consumed daily

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Dietary Guidelines

Consume a variety of nutrient dense foods be careful not to exceed calories, need to maintain healthy weight

Be physically active, spending at least 30 minutes in moderate physical activity

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How much do saturated fats you need to have?

10% of fat intake

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What is a food guidance replacement?

MyPlate is the most recent food guidance system for Americans released by the USDA in 2011

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How to use my plate?

Record your calorie needs and based on your age, gender, and activity level

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How many ounces are required for a 2,000 calorie level intake?

6 ounces

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Fat:44-78 grams per 2000 k/cal is how much percent?

20-35%

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Protein age and weight determines amount:

10-35%

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Carbohydrates minimum 130grams per day ?

45-65%

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What is a food label and why is it important?

Name of the food
Net weight
Name/address, manufacturer and distributor
List of ingredients in descending order by weight

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Which vitamin is not required on a food label?

Vitamin D