Exercise 17, Metabolism and nutrition i need this lab


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Exercise 17, Metabolism and nutrition i need this lab ATTACHMENT PREVIEW Download attachment Exercise 17 question sheet.docx Exercise 17, Metabolism and nutrition Activity 1, Calories in, calories out, #1-12 1. Record everything that you eat (including amounts): 2. Based on the information at the following website, calculate the approximate number of calories consumed for all the food you recorded on your chart. www.supertracker.usda.gov/foodapedia.aspx My total caloric intake over the recorded 24-hour period was _________ kcal. 3. Step 1: Calculate your basic BMR. Show your work: My BMR = __________ kcal. Step 2: Calculate your total caloric expenditure. Show your work: My total caloric expenditure = ___________ kcal. 4. Calculate your energy balance. Show your work. Total kcal consumed – total kcal expended = _________ kcal. 5. My answer to question 4 above was a ___________ number. Therefore, I consumed _________ calories than I expended. If this day’s diet and activity are typical, over time I will probably _______________. 6. If you consumed 100 kcal more than you expended each day, how many days would it take you to accumulate 3500 excess calories (and gain one pound)? 7. Recalculate what your total calorie expenditures would be if you increased your activity multiplier by one level. If you were already at the highest activity level, recalculate for one level lower. Show your work. How does the new figure change your energy balance equation? 8. If your goal was to gain weight, what changes could you make in your daily diet to improve your energy balance situation? 9. If your goal was to lose weight, what changes could you make in your daily diet to improve your energy balance situation? 10. Based on calorie considerations alone, which dieting strategy should be more effective for weight loss: a low carb diet, or a low fat diet? Explain. 11. Would changing from a low carb to a low protein diet have any weight-loss effect? Explain. 12. Based on your calculations, explain why athletes often gain a lot of weight when they retire from sports. Read more

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