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teen eating

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mallory gottfried

on 17 November 2017

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my food journal
i didnt have a morning snack. (i didnt need the extra calories i guess)
i didnt not eat anything for a day like some people do
i got my essential protein
most of the days i got all of my calories
most of my choices were healthy although i did have some unhealthy lunches
2,064 calories per day
bmi - 20
other stuffff
carbs - 272 grams
fiber - 26 grams
protein - 45 grams
fat 67 grams
water - 2.3 liters
vitamin a - 700 mcg
vitamin c - 65 mg
vitamin d - 15 mcg
my breakfast was only healthy for one or two days
i ate a lot of food with a lot of fat in it which isn't good
some of my food choices were out of proportion
i should've kept a consistent diet
i ate a lot one day then not a lot the next
a day of fast food
teen eating
my food journal

breakfast AM snack lunch PM snack dinner drinks
monday 11/6 oops all berries cereal x ranch wrap with chicken and lettuce steak fajitas with green peppers, onions, homemade salsa, adn refried beans on a flour tortilla apple snapple, water, diet mountain dew

tuesday 11/7 oatmeal with sugar and cinnimon x steak, chicken sandwich, fruit snacks pretzels spegetti fettuccine apple snapple, water, diet mounain dew, milk

wednesday 11/8 oops all berries cereal x chicken quesadilla, sugar cookie, cheese stick pb&j, popcorn apple snapple

thursday 11/9 oops all berries cereal x ramen noodles adn potato chips x ranch chicken diet mountain dew, water

friday 11/10 oops all berries cereal x ramen noodles adn potato chips

saturday 11/11 mcdonalds sausage mcmuffin, two hashbrowns pickle brots and sourcrout  medium caramel frappe

sunday 12/11 oops all berries cereal cookies brots and sourcrout x taco soup dt mt dew, water, milk

moday 13/11 oops all berries cereal x grilled cheese, potato chips (oven baked x2), apple low fat oven baked bbq chips chocolate milk, white milk

Pumpkin spice pancakes ihop
Cal- 590
Total fat- 15
Saturated fat- 4.5
Trans fat- 0
Protein- 17
Cholesterol- 75

7 wings – pizza hut
cal 455
total fat 28
sat 7
trans 0
protein 35
cholest 161
fiber 0
sugar 7

Am snack
Venti peppermint fraffachino - starbucks
cal 560
fat 18
sat 11
trans 0
protein 7
cholest 55
fiber 3
sugar 88

Chicken and gnocchi soup – olive garden
Cal 230
fat 12
sat 4.5
trans 0
protein 19
cholest 65
fiber 1
sugar 4

Pm snack
Oreo hot cocoa blizzard treat – dairy queen
cal 1040
fat 43
sat 20
trans 1.5
protein 19
cholest 65
fiber 0
sugar 109

my name is mallory gottfried. my grandma is healthy because she always eats healthy and walks/swims every single day. most of my family, that i know of, dont have health related problems. but i can help to prevent them by eating healthy and exercising regularly.
day 1 of healthy living
3 ways to change my diet
day 2
breakfast: nut butter, banana, and chia seed toast - Try this superfood twist on classic PB and toast with 1/2 a banana (sliced) and a sprinkle of chia, which is packed with vitamins and minerals (like six times more calcium than milk!)
breakfast: Tomato Toast With Macadamia Ricotta - Here’s a healthier take on a classic breakfast sandwich: Take 2 slices of a hearty whole-grain bread, spread each slice with 1 tablespoon of homemade macadamia ricotta cheese, and sprinkle with shiso or basil, kosher salt, and fresh cracked pepper to taste. Add 1-2 hearty slices of fresh heirloom tomatoes (blotted with paper towel to remove excess liquid) and enjoy.
day 3
breakfast: Avocado Toast With Egg - Sometimes simple is just better. Top two lightly toasted slices of whole-grain bread with smashed avocado and a sprinkling of salt and pepper. Layer on two sunny-side up eggs for a healthy dose of protein, and you've got a well-rounded breakfast. Stack 'em in a tupperware container for easy transport or cook the yolks a bit more and make the whole thing into a sandwich
lunch: Crunchy Tuna Wrap: 382 Calories
Greek yogurt makes this tuna salad just as creamy as the classic mayo would, but without all the extra fat and cholesterol!
Calorie breakdown: 1 whole-wheat wrap: 130 calories, half a 6-ounce can of tuna: 90 calories, ¼ cup non-fat Greek yogurt: 30 calories, ½ a celery stalk, chopped: 5 calories, 3 slices roasted red peppers: 30 calories, 1 handful of baby spinach: 5 calories, 1 squeeze of lemon juice: <1 calorie
Side snack: 1 cup cherries (90 calories)
Spicy Black Bean Burrito: 365 Calories
Why it rules: Black beans are an awesome source of fiber.
Calorie breakdown: 1 whole-wheat wrap: 130 calories, ¼ cup black beans: 60 calories, ¼ avocado, sliced: 60 calories, ¼ small red onion, sliced: 10 calories, 1 teaspoon hot sauce: 5 calories
Side snack: 10 baked tortilla chips with ¼ cup salsa (100 calories)
lunch: Grilled Chicken and Cheese Sandwich: 395 Calories
Why it rules: Low-fat mayo is a great swap for the full-fat version!
Calorie breakdown: 2 slices whole-wheat bread: 180 calories, ½ a chicken breast, sliced: 100 calories, 1 slice Swiss cheese: 70 calories, 2 teaspoons low-fat mayo: 35 calories, 2 slices tomato: 10 calories, 1 leaf butter lettuce: 5 calories
Side snack: ¼ cucumber sliced with 2 tablespoons of hummus (75 calories)
for me, i think i could go out of my comfort zone a little bit and try some new, healthier foods. i could always take smaller portions so i can help my body be healthy.
i liked this project alot because it helped me realize how unhealthy i can be sometimes. i know know that i need to change some of my eating habits to stay healthy and fit. i should also throw in a workout from time to time and get outside more.
Dinner (425 calories)
• 2 cups Roasted Tofu & Peanut Noodle Salad
1 serving Grilled Romaine with Avocado-Lime Dressing
1 serving Cod with Tomato Cream Sauce
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