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Big Math and Fries Project

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Breakfast
Day 1
Egg McMuffin
Calories:
300
Fat (G):
12
Carbohydrates:
32
Protein (G):
18
Price:
$1.80
Premium Caesar Salad (w/o chicken)
Calories:
90
Fat (G):
4
Carbohydrates:
9
Protein (G):
7
Price:
$3.59
1% Low Fat Milk Jug
Calories:
100
Fat (G):
2.5
Carbohydrates:
12
Protein (G):
8
Price:
$1.00
Lunch
Premium Grilled Chicken
Ranch BLT Sandwich
Calories:
440
Fat (G):
14
Carbohydrates:
43
Protein (G):
36
Price:
$4.19
Fat Free Chocolate Milk Jug
Calories:
130
Fat (G):
0
Carbohydrates:
23

Protein (G):
9
Price:
$1.00
Dinner
Big Mac
Calories:
550
Fat (G):
29
Carbohydrates:
46
Protein (G):
25
Price:
$3.99
Premium Caesar Salad
with Grilled Chicken
Calories:
190
Fat (G):
5
Carbohydrates:
10
Protein (G):
27
Price:
$4.59
Coffee (Medium)
Calories:
0
Fat (G):
0
Carbohydrates:
0
Protein (G):
0
Price:
$1.00
Latte (Medium)

Calories:
210
Fat (G):
10
Carbohydrates:
18
Protein (G):
11
Price:
$2.79
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Work
Extension Questions
1.
I was not able to fully meet the requirements for the Zone Diet each time because when I attempted to match up the fat percentages for each meal (breakfast, lunch, and dinner), my overall total amount of calories and percentages for the day were much higher than the required amount. However, I was able to approximately meet the requirements for calories and percentages for each individual food item and overall for the entire day. I accomplished this by choosing items that were high in protein, and low in carbohydrates and fat. In addition, once I totaled up my amounts, I made up for deficiencies by adding in food items that met them.
2.
Based on this project, my breakfast would cost $9.18, my lunch would cost $5.19, and my dinner would cost $9.58. Overall, the entire day's total would be $23.75. The prices for what I would normally order are...
Breakfast
Sausage McMuffin -
$1.00
1 Hashbrown -
$1.00
Small Hot Chocolate -
$2.29
Lunch
6 Pc. Chicken McNuggets -
$3.89
Small French Fries -
$1.19
Small Vanilla Shake -
$1.99
Dinner
Premium Crispy Chicken Club Sandwich -
$4.29
Small French Fries -
$1.19
Side Salad -
$1.00
Small Soft Drink -
$1.00
The cost of these meals would be $18.84, which is $5.11 less than the cost of the meals used for this project.
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$4.29
$7.07
$7.48
3.
Yes, there are several ways to vary my daily diet to try to stay in the Zone.
Possible menu choices for the consecutive 15 meals that would keep me close to or at the Zone requirements are...
Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
The End
Period 4
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