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| | Meals from 02/16/13 - 02/16/13 | | | | DC22's Meals | | | | Your plan is based on a 3200 Calorie allowance. | | | Date | | Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner | Snacks | | | 02/16/13 | | | 1 regular (4 oz) Bagel, wheat | | | 1 medium (2-3/4" across) Apple, raw | | | 1 cup, strips French fries, breaded or battered | | | 1 sandwich Chicken salad sandwich, with mayonnaise | | | | | | | 1 cup Orange juice, carton, can, or bottle | | | 1 can (12 fl oz) Soft drink, cola (Pepsi, Coke) | | | 1 sandwich Hot ham and cheese sandwich, on bun (Arby's, Burger King, Hardee's) | | | | | | | | | | | | | 1 ounce (about 15 chips) Tortilla chips, light (Baked Doritos) | | | 1 cup (8 fl oz) Water, tap | | | | | | | | | | | | | 1 sandwich Turkey sandwich, with mayonnaise | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |

| | | | | | | | | | DC22's Nutrients Report 02/16/13 - 02/16/13 | Your plan is based on a 3200 Calorie allowance. | | | | | Nutrients | Target | Average Eaten | Status | | | | Total Calories | 3200 Calories | 2101 Calories | Under | | | | Protein (g)*** | 56 g | 95 g | OK | | | | Protein (% Calories)*** | 10 - 35% Calories | 18% Calories | OK | | | | Carbohydrate (g)*** | 130 g | 271 g | OK | | | | Carbohydrate (% Calories)*** | 45 - 65% Calories | 52% Calories | OK | | | | Dietary Fiber | 38 g | 16 g | Under | | | | Total Fat | 20 - 35% Calories | 31% Calories | OK | | | | Saturated Fat | < 10% Calories | 7% Calories | OK | | | | Monounsaturated Fat | No Daily Target or Limit | 9% Calories | No Daily Target or Limit | | | | Polyunsaturated Fat | No Daily Target or Limit | 11% Calories | No Daily Target or Limit | | | | Linoleic Acid (g)*** | 17 g | 24 g | OK | | | | Linoleic…...

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