Food and Exercise Journal Analysis Questions

Food and Exercise Journal Analysis Questions Food and Exercise Journal Analysis Questions Question Description I need an explanation for this Business question to help me study. Food and Exercise Journal Analysis Questions On Moodle under Assessment 1 section you will find Tom’s food and exercise journal. The journal contains Tom’s dietary record and physical activity record for three consecutive days. The Excel file contains two sections – dietary record (tab 1), physical activity record (tab 2). • Your job is to analyse the data presented in the Excel spreadsheet and reflect on Tom’s eating and exercise habits by answering the questions below. CSCI 234 University of Technology Food and Exercise Journal Analysis Questions • Your analysis and the reflection should be completed on a Microsoft Word Document and submitted via the Turnitin Assignment 1 submission box found on Moodle. • You are not required to submit the Excel file. The Excel file contains the raw data you need to calculate and analyse to answer the questions below. • The reflection should be between 1000-1200 words and should not go beyond 1200 words. You must use the relevant knowledge from the lessons and learning resources to support your reflection. This means you will need to include in text citations and a reference list of all the sources you used. Some questions may not require any references while others require one or two. Overall, you should have a minimum of 5 references. The references can be done in any referencing style you are comfortable with as long as it is consistent throughout the document. The references are not part of the word count. assignment_1___instructions___babs1111.pdf e07c98b9d6b54b56.xlsx ORDER NOW FOR CUSTOMIZED AND ORIGINAL ESSAY PAPERS ASSIGNMENT 1 Food and Exercise Journal Analysis IMPORTANT INFORMATION • You must attempt and pass this assignment to pass the course. • This assignment must be completed individually. • Your work will be submitted through Turnitin where we will be checking for plagiarism. If you are not sure about what constitute plagiarism I highly recommend you visit this site here1 and familiarise yourself with the information available. The answers to the questions below must be in your own words. Any submitted work that shows signs of plagiarism may result in failure of the assessment. • It is your responsibility to make sure that you submit the correct assignment file into the submission box before the assignment due date. If you submit the wrong file and wish to submit another file after the due date, a 10% penalty will be applied for each day the new file was late after the due date. • Due Date: Thursday 22nd of October – 5 pm INSTRUCTIONS • On Moodle under Assessment 1 section you will find Tom’s food and exercise journal. The journal contains Tom’s dietary record and physical activity record for three consecutive days. The Excel file contains two sections – dietary record (tab 1), physical activity record (tab 2). • Your job is to analyse the data presented in the Excel spreadsheet and reflect on Tom’s eating and exercise habits by answering the questions below. • Your analysis and the reflection should be completed on a Microsoft Word Document and submitted via the Turnitin Assignment 1 submission box found on Moodle. • You are not required to submit the Excel file. The Excel file contains the raw data you need to calculate and analyse to answer the questions below. • The reflection should be between 1000-1200 words and should not go beyond 1200 words. You must use the relevant knowledge from the lessons and learning resources to support your reflection. This means you will need to include in text citations and a reference list of all the sources you used. Some questions may not require any references while others require one or two. Overall, you should have a minimum of 5 references. The references can be done in any referencing style you are comfortable with as long as it is consistent throughout the document. The references are not part of the word count. • This assignment is worth 50 marks and the mark breakdown for each question can be seen below. • There is no specific marking rubric for this assignment. You will be given marks on your ability to answer each component of the questions below. 1 QUESTIONS Question 1: Using the data presented in the Excel file fill out the table below (5 marks) Average Daily Energy intake (kcal/day) Average Daily Energy intake (kJ/day) Average Daily Energy Expenditure (kcal/day) Average Daily Energy Expenditure (kJ/day) Is Tom most likely to gain weight, maintain current weight or lose weight? Question 2: Using the information provided in the Excel file, calculate the daily energy requirement based on gender, age, weight and physical activity level using the Daily Energy Requirements Calculator2 for Tom. You will need to decide about the physical activity level by looking at Tom’s physical activity record. Note down the calculated daily energy requirement value from the above site and the BMR value from the journal here in kcal/day. Why is this calculated value different from the BMR value shown in Tom’s journal? Which one of the two calculated values is more likely to be accurate and why? (5 marks) Question 3: What happened to the calories from the food consumed? Refer to the calculated average daily energy intake and expenditure values to determine whether the calories were stored or burned for energy. If burned – explain scientifically what is meant by this. For example, which organs are involved in breaking down food? What kind of activities would require the body to breakdown food to make energy? What kind of food produces the most energy? Does Tom’s diet contain enough of these food types? If stored – explain scientifically what is meant by this.CSCI 234 University of Technology Food and Exercise Journal Analysis Questions For example, where is the food stored in the body? Which organs are involved in storage? What is the purpose of storage? How much of each macronutrient gets stored? How does the body decide when to store food? When does the body access the stored food? (10 marks) Question 4: What types of activities contributed most to “energy out”? Are they incidental activities or athletic activities? Provide examples of these activities and discuss the differences in their contribution to “energy out”. Which activity produced the most energy out and why? Is this what you anticipated? You should take into consideration the amount of energy out vs the time spent on the activity as well (10 marks). Question 5: What are your thoughts on Tom’s diet and activity levels? Does he need to change his diet or daily activities in any way to achieve a healthy lifestyle? For example, is he getting all the macronutrients in sufficient amounts? Does he need more sleep? Provide reasons for your answer (10 marks). 2 Question 6: Think back to your own eating habits and physical activity levels in the past three days. Do you think you need to make any changes to your diet and activity levels and why? Be specific and provide examples from your diet and activity levels to support your answer. Are there any habits you need to change to achieve a healthier lifestyle? Would you consider keeping a food and exercise journal? Why? Why not? (10 marks) SOME TIPS • • • • • Most of the information to support your answers will be in lessons 5-8. You can use lessons as references. Do not copy information from the lessons. You should be presenting the information from the lesson in your own words to support your answers. You should also use other sources of information such as journal articles or websites. Don’t get confused between calories, Calories, and kcal. This link3 provides a good explanation on the similarities and differences between those terms. Keep an eye on the units when doing the calculations on the Excel file. Make sure you use the correct units when doing the calculations or you will end up getting the incorrect values. Remember the values should be your daily average over the 3-day period. You will be asked to describe your energy intake and expenditure in both kcal and kJ. Remember that 1 kcal = 4.184 kJ. OPTIONAL While not compulsory, we also recommend that you keep track of your own diet and physical activities over a 3-day period. This will help you answer question number 6 of the assignment more easily. There are various phone apps and websites that track and record your diet. Additional features on these apps include personalised exercise trackers (for example, apps that record how long you walked in a day, and your average speed). One example of such an app is the MyFitnessPal4 (available as a phone app on iTunes and Google Play). It has a large dietary database and a barcode scanner. However, there are plenty of other apps and websites, such as the Exercise Burn tool on My Food Record5website as well as other well rated apps6 to track and/or record your diet. The compendium of physical activities7 will help you figure out the amount of energy associated with different physical activities. RESOURCE LIST 1 https://student.unsw.edu.au/plagiarism 2 https://www.eatforhealth.gov.au/webform/daily-energy-requirements-calculator 3 https://www.benefits-of-honey.com/count-calorie.html 4 https://www.myfitnesspal.com/ 5 https://www.myfoodrecord.com/web/exercise/guest 6 https://www.healthline.com/health/best-calorie-counting-apps#1 7 https://sites.google.com/site/compendiumofphysicalactivities/home 3 ???? Numbers ?????????????? Excel ?????? Numbers ????????????????????????????????????? Excel ??? Numbers ??????? ?????? 1 Dietary Record ?? 1 2 Physical Activity Record ?? 1 l ?????? Numbers ????????????? Excel ??? Excel ????? 1CSCI 234 University of Technology Food and Exercise Journal Analysis Questions Dietary Record 2 Physical Activity Record Dietary Record Personal Statistics Gender Weight (kg) Height (m) Age BMR (kcal/day) Dietary Record Date and Time Day 1 10.15 am 1.15 pm 5.30 pm 7.35 pm 11.55 pm Day 2 3 8.50 am 1.30 pm 6.00 pm 7.41 pm Day 3 11.00 am 2.40 pm 5.25 pm 9.45 pm 4 Average Daily Enery Intake Average Daily Energy intake (kcal/day) Average Daily Energy intake (kJ/day) Approximate Macronutrient % based on the diet % Calories from carbohydrate % Calories from fat % Calories from protein % Calories from alcohol 5 Male 79.7 1.78 22 The BMR value shown here is calculated by multiplying the individual’s weight by the 1912.8 number of hours in the day Description of Food Item Portion Size Eggs (Pace Farm) 122g (2 Eggs) Cheese slice (Cowbelle) 21g (1 slice) Wholemeal Bread (Baker’s Life) 74g (2 slices) Shaved Ham (Aldi Berg Smallgoods) 50g Olive Oil (The Olive Tree) 5g Margarine (MeadowLea) 10g Filipino Bistek (Beef Steak) 1 cup Basmati Rice (India Gate) 3/4 cup cooked (2 servings) Glazed Doughnut (Krispy Kreme) 1 doughnut Almonds Dry Roasted (Coles) 30g Up&Go Vanilla Ice (Sanitarium) 250ml Pineapple Fried Rice with Chicken (Thai) 1 cup Pad See Ew with Chicken (Thai) 147g Gold Standard 100% Whey (Optimum Nutrition) 31g Full Cream Milk (Farmdale) 4 oz Banana (Medium) 126g 6 Eggs (Pace Farm) 122g (2 Eggs) Cheese slice (Cowbelle) 21g (1 slice) Wholemeal Bread (Baker’s Life) 74g (2 slices) Shaved Ham (Aldi Berg Smallgoods) 50g Olive Oil (The Olive Tree) Margarine (MeadowLea) 5g 10g Basmati Rice (India Gate) 3/4 cup cooked (2 servings) Chicken Drumette 1 drumette (6 servings) Tamarind Soup Mix (Knorr) 5g Basmati Rice (India Gate) 3/4 cup cooked (1 servings) Chicken Drumette 1 drumette (3 servings) Tamarind Soup Mix (Knorr) 5g Basmati Rice (India Gate) 3/4 cup cooked (2.5 servings) Barramundi (Ocean Royale) Eggs (Pace Farm) Tamarind Soup Mix (Knorr) 143g (2 portions) 122g (2 Eggs) (0.5 serving) 5g Eggs (Pace Farm) Cheese slice (Cowbelle) 122g (2 Eggs) 21g (1 slice) Wholemeal Bread (Baker’s Life) 74g (2 slices) Shaved Ham (Aldi Berg Smallgoods) 50g Margarine (MeadowLea) 10g (2 servings) Full Cream Milk (Farmdale) 250ml (0.5 serving) Glazed Doughnut (Krispy Kreme) 1 doughnut Filipino Spaghetti (Homemade) 1 cups (2 servings) Mushroom Soup 0.5 bowl White Radish Soup Zucchini Papparadelle 0.5 bowl 0.5 cup (sliced) 40g Basmati Rice (India Gate) Ox Tail Filipino Sinigang 3/4 cup cooked (1 servings) 100g 0.1 cup 7 Filipino Spaghetti (Homemade) Parmesan shredded cheese (West Acre) 1.8 cup 8g 42 37 21 0 8 Energy consumed (kcal) 175 41 186 45 44 57 210 300 200 188 195 363 285 120 77 105 9 175 41 186 45 44 57 300 486 10 150 243 10 225 250 87 10 175 41 186 45 115 81 200 700 64 38 10 147 150 171 64 10 630 30 11 Physical Activity Record Personal Statistics Gender Weight (kg) Height (m) Age BMR (kcal/day) Physical Activity Record Day 1 Date and Time 00:00 – 07:45 07:45 – 07:55 08:00 – 09:30 09:30 – 09:40 09:40 – 10:00 10:00 – 10:15 10:15 – 10:30 10:30 – 10:45 10:45 – 13:15 13:15 – 13:45 13:45 – 17:30 17:30 – 17:45 17:45 – 18:55 18:55 – 19:00 19:00 – 19:20 19:20 – 19:25 19:25 – 19:35 19:35 – 20:05 20:05 – 20:25 20:25 – 20:30 20:30 – 20:40 20:40 – 20:45 12 20:45 – 21:10 21:10 – 21:15 21:15 – 21:25 21:25 – 21:30 21:30 – 21:35 21:35 – 21:40 21:40 – 22:40 2:40 – 22:50 22:50 – 23:00 23:00 – 23:05 23:05 – 23:20 23:20 – 23:55 23:55 – 00:00 Day 2 00:00 – 00:07 00:07 – 00:10 00:10 – 00:25 00:25 – 01:00 01:00 – 01:15 01:15 – 08:30 08:30 – 08:40 08:40 – 08:50 08:50 – 08:58 08:58 – 09:18 09:18 – 09:20 09:20 – 09:24 09:24 – 09:27 09:27 – 10:03 10:03 – 10:05 10:05 – 10:15 10:15 – 10:30 10:30 – 10:45 10:45 – 10:55 10:55 – 11:05 11:05 – 11:15 11:15 – 11:50 11:50 – 11:55 13 11:55 – 12:32 12:32 – 12:35 12:35 – 12:52 12:52 – 13:04 13:04 – 13:08 13:08 – 13:28 13:28 – 13:30 13:30 – 13:50 13:50 – 13:54 13:54 – 14:04 14:04 – 14:20 14:20 – 14:50 14:50 – 15:20 15:20 – 15:45 15:45 – 15:55 15:55 – 15:56 15:56 – 17:58 17:58- 18:00 18:00- 18:18 18:18 – 18:20 18:20 – 18:50 18:50 – 18:55 18:55 – 19:30 19:30 – 19:40 19:40 – 19:41 19:41 – 20:07 20:07 – 20:12 20:12 – 20:22 20:22 – 22:42 22:42 – 23:30 23:30 – 00:00 Day 3 00:00 – 00:05 00:05 – 00:08 00:08 – 00:09 00:09 – 00:12 00:12 – 00:30 14 00:30 – 00:35 00:35 – 01:50 01:50 – 09:37 09:37 – 10:48 10:48- 10:49 10:49 – 11:00 11:00 – 11:12 11:12 – 11:15 11:15 – 11:20 11:20 – 12:12 12:12 – 12:22 12:22 – 14:35 14:35 – 14:40 14:40 – 15:00 15:00 – 15:10 15:10 – 15:16 15:16 – 15:28 15:28 – 15:34 15:34 – 17:24 17:24 – 17:43 17:43 – 17:54 17:54 – 17:57 17:57 – 18:02 18:02 – 18:04 18:04 – 19:02 19:02 – 19:07 19:07 – 19:08 19:08 – 19:12 19:12 – 19:23 19:23 – 19:30 19:30 – 20:10 20:10 – 20:20 20:20 – 20:24 20:24 – 20:33 20:33 – 20:35 20:35 – 20:47 20:47 – 20:51 15 20:51 – 21:02 21:02 – 21:03 21:03 – 21:15 21:15 – 21:30 21:30 – 21:35 21:35 – 21:48 21:48 – 21:56 21:56 – 22:05 22:05 – 22:11 22:11 – 22:17 22:17 – 23:10 23:10 – 23:17 23:17 – 23:45 23:45 – 00:00 Average Daily EneryCSCI 234 University of Technology Food and Exercise Journal Analysis Questions Expenditure Average Daily Energy Expenditure (kcal/day) Average Daily Energy Expenditure (kJ/day) 16 Male 79.7 1.78 22 The BMR value shown here is calculated by multiplying the individual’s weight by the 1912.8 number of hours in the day Activity Description MET Ativity Code Sleeping 07030 Automobile driving 16010 07010 16010 07010 05035 13030 13040 09045 13030 09045 13030 09060 13020 16015 17151 09055 13030 09055 17151 16015 17151 Lying quietly and watching television Automobile driving Lying quietly and watching television Cooking Eating, sitting (breakfast) Brushing teeth Sitting, playing traditional video game Eating, sitting (lunch) Sitting, playing traditional video game Eating, sitting (snack) Sitting, studying Dressing, undressing, standing Riding in car Walking, very slow Sitting, talking in person Eating, sitting (dinner) Sitting, talking in person Walking, very slow Riding in car Walking, very slow 17 07020 17151 16015 17151 13020 16015 02054 16015 13009 09050 13050 09060 13030 Sitting quietly, watching TV Walking, very slow Riding in car Walking, very slow Dressing, undressing, standing Riding in car Resistance (weight) training Riding in car Sitting on toilet, eliminating while sitting Standing, on the phone Shower, towelling off, standing Sitting, studying Eating, sitting (protein shake) 13030 05035 13040 09060 07010 07030 07010 13009 05035 13030 05035 13040 13020 16010 17161 02101 15040 09115 15040 09115 15040 09115 17161 Eating, sitting (protein shake) Washing dishes Brushing teeth Sitting, studying Lying quietly and watching television Sleeping Lying quietly and watching television Sitting on toilet, eliminating while sitting Cooking Eating, sitting (breakfast) Washing dishes Brushing teeth Dressing, undressing, standing Automobile driving Walking from car to basketball stadium Stretching, mild Basketball, game Sitting at sporting event, spectator Basketball, game Sitting at sporting event, spectator Basketball, game Sitting at sporting event, spectator Walking from basketball stadium to car 18 16010 13020 09060 13050 13040 09060 05051 13030 05042 09060 13009 09060 07010 09060 07010 17150 09060 13009 13030 05035 09045 17150 09045 05051 13009 13030 05035 07020 09060 07010 07030 Automobile driving Dressing, undressing, standing Sitting, studying Shower, towelling off, standing Grooming, shaving Sitting, studying Setting table Eating, sitting (lunch) Clearing dishes from table Sitting, studying Sitting on toilet, eliminating while sitting Sitting, studying Lying quietly and watching television Sitting, studying Lying quietly and watching television Walking, household Sitting, studying Eliminating while standing Eating, sitting (snack) Washing dishes Sitting, playing traditional video game Walking, household Sitting, playing traditional video game Setting table, preparing food Eliminating while standing Eating, sitting (dinner) Washing dishes Sitting quietly, watching TV Sitting, studying Lying quietly and watching television Sleeping Lying quietly and watching television 07010 17150 13009 13040 07010 Walking, household Eliminating while standing Brushing teeth Lying quietly and watching television 19 09060 07010 07030 07010 13009 05035 13030 05035 13040 09060 13009 09060 05051 13030 17150 13020 16010 07041 09060 13030 09060 17161 16010 13009 20000 16010 13009 13020 16015 02101 15040 09050 17161 16015 17161 16010 17150 Sitting, studying Lying quietly and watching television Sleeping Lying quietly and watching television Eliminating while standing Cooking Eating, sitting (breakfast) Washing dishes Brushing teeth, self care Sitting, studying Sitting on toilet, eliminating while sitting Sitting, studying Setting table, preparing food Eating, sitting (lunch) Walking, household Dressing, undressing, standing Automobile driving Standing, fidgeting, patting dog Sitting, studying. CSCI 234 University of Technology Food and Exercise Journal Analysis Questions Eating, sitting (snack) Sitting, studying Walk to car from house Automobile driving Eliminating while standing Sitting in church, in service Automobile driving Eliminating while standing Dressing, undressing, standing Riding in car Stretching, mild Basketball, game Standing, talking in person Walk to car from stadium Riding in car Walk from house to car Automobile driving Walking, household 20 13009 13020 13050 09060 05051 13030 05051 13030 05035 05095 09060 13040 07010 07030 Sitting on toilet, eliminating while sitting Undressing, standing Shower, towelling off, standing Sitting, studying Setting table Eating, sitting (dinner) Setting table, preparing more food Eating, sitting (dinner) Washing dishes Laundry, putting away clothes Sitting, studying Brushing teeth, self care Lying quietly and watching television Sleeping 21 MET Time spent (min) 0.95 2.5 1.0 2.5 1.0 3.3 1.5 2.0 1.0 1.5 1.0 1.5 1.3 2.5 1.3 2.0 1.5 1.5 1.5 2.0 1.3 2.0 Time (h) Energy Expended (kcal) 465 7.75 15 0.25 90 1.50 10 0.17 20 0.33 15 0.25 15 0.25 15 0.25 150 2.50 30 0.50 225 3.75 15 0.25 70 1.17 5 0.08 20 0.33 5 0.08 10 0.17 30 0.50 20 0.33 5 0.08 10 0.17 5 0.08 22 1.3 2.0 1.3 2.0 2.5 1.3 3.5 1.3 1.8 1.8 2.0 1.3 1.5 25 0.42 5 0.08 10 0.17 5 0.08 5 0.08 5 0.08 60 1.00 10 0.17 10 0.17 5 0.08 15 0.25 35 0.58 5 0.08 1.5 3.3 2.0 1.3 1.0 0.95 1.0 1.8 3.3 1.5 3.3 2.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.3 8.0 1.5 8.0 1.5 8.0 1.5 2.5 7 0.12 3 0.05 15 0.25 35 0.58 15 0.25 435 7.25 10 0.17 10 0.17 8 0.13 20 0.33 2 0.03 4 0.07 3 0.05 36 0.60 2 0.03 10 0.17 15 0.25 15 0.25 10 0.17 10 0.17 10 0.17 35 0.58 5 0.08 23 2.5 2.5 1.3 2.0 2.0 1.3 2.5 1.5 2.5 1.3 1.8 1.3 1.0 1.3 1.0 2.0 1.3 1.8 1.5 3.3 1.0 2.0 1.0 2.5 1.8 1.5 3.3 1.3 1.3 1.0 0.95 1.0 2.0 1.8 2.0 1.0 37 0.62 3 0.05 17 0.28 12 0.20 4 0.07 20 0.33 2 0.03 20 0.33 4 0.07 10 0.17 16 0.27 30 0.50 30 0.50 25 0.42 10 0.17 1 0.02 122 2.03 2 0.03 18 0.30 2 0.03 30 0.50 5 0.08 35 0.58 10 0.17 1 0.02 26 0.43 5 0.08 10 0.17 140 2.33 48 0.80 30 0.50 5 0.08 3 0.05 1 0.02 3 0.05 18 0.30 24 1.3 1.0 0.95 1.0 1.8 3.3 1.5 3.3 2.0 1.3 1.8 1.3 2.5 1.5 2.0 2.5 2.5 1.8 1.3 1.5 1.3 2.5 2.5 1.8 1.3 2.5 1.8 2.5 1.3 2.3 8.0 1.8 2.5 1.3 2.5 2.5 2.0 5 0.08 75 1.25 467 7.78 71 1.18 1 0.02 11 0.18 12 0.20 3 0.05 5 0.08 52 0.87 10 0.17 133 2.22 5 0.08 20 0.33 10 0.17 6 0.10 12 0.20 6 0.10 110 1.83 19 0.32 11 0.18 3 0.05 5 0.08 2 0.03 58 0.97 5 0.08 1 0.02 4 0.07 11 0.18 7 0.12 40 0.67 10 0.17 4 0.07 9 0.15 2 0.03 12 0.20 4 0.07 25 1.8 2.5 2.0 1.3 2.5 1.5 2.5 1.5 3.3 2.3 1.3 2.0 1. … Purchase answer to see full attachment Student has agreed that all tutoring, explanations, and answers provided by the tutor will be used to help in the learning process and in accordance with Studypool’s honor code & terms of service . 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