Topic Low-Nutrient vs. Nutrient-Dense Foods
Menu Fast Food Menu
This case study examines some fast food meal choices. Enter Cody Roberts’ data into iProfile. Then use reports to analyze his choices. The assignment for this case study can be found in the Assignments section of your WileyPLUS course.
Cody Roberts: DOB 2/1/80, Male, 6’0”, 190 lbs, BMI 25.8, Active, Non-Smoker, Non-Vegetarian
Enter Cody’s menus for Day 1 and Day 2 into iProfile.
Menu 1 (Day 1):
Chicken, Wing, Meat and Skin, Flour Coated, Fried (3 oz)
French Fries, Fried in Vegetable Oil, Fast Food (5 oz)
Pie, Apple, Prepared (1 piece)
Soda, Cola (12 fl oz)
Menu 2 (Day 2):
Chicken, Breast, Meat Only, Boneless, Skinless, Roasted (3 oz)
Potatoes, Baked (1 item)
Apple, Medium (1 item)
Milk, Low Fat, 1% (8 fl oz)
iProfile Report(s) Used
Essay (this question had been provided as part of the iProfile Case Study Assignment)
In this iProfile case study, you compared two different fast food menus. For this discussion board, explain how individuals can make healthier choices if they choose to eat at fast food outlets. Where are the “hidden calories” in typical fast food menus? What options exist at fast food restaurants for making healthier choices? Do you think it is possible to have a well-balanced diet made up of primarily fast food and why do you feel this way or not? What tools are available for consumers today to learn about the nutrient content of fast food menu items?
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