Iprofile Analysis

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iProfile Analysis Hannah Cross Health 330-002 March 21, 2012 In looking over my Food Journal Summary and my Intake Compared to DRI dealing with micronutrients; I noticed my intake of Vitamin A was 88 micrograms and my DRI was 700 micrograms. I got 49% from the grilled cheese and 1% from the banana chips. To improve my Vitamin E intake I should eat more beef and cooked vegetables such as carrots. My Vitamin D intake was below the recommended range at 0 mg; I should eat more fish such as salmon or possibly find a Vitamin D supplement. My consumption of Vitamin E or Alpha-Tocopherol was an intake of 1 mg and my DRI was 15 mg. 28%, 3%, 19%, and 15% came from the chicken tenders, banana chips, grilled cheese, and French fries. To get a…show more content…
I tend to fluctuate between a good few days and then a bad few days. If I skip meals it’s because I don’t have time and I’ll snack later. I don’t ever eat breakfast but for the coffee because eating that early in the morning makes me sick. I sometimes stress eat but not often, I’m more of a late night snacker. I eat most of what I eat because I simply want to, I don’t enjoy vegetables much, if at all, but I do tend to do better with my vitamin intake because I take supplements. I also usually cook more so I tend to better with both minerals and vitamin intake. Several verses that apply to physical health are: 1 Corinthians 1:6-20 which says, “For you were bought with a price. So glorify God in your body.” 1 Corinthians 10:31 that says, “So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.” And Proverbs 31:27 which says, “She dresses herself with strength and makes her arms strong.” I think if we look at just these three days, then my eating habits dishonor God. I’m not taking care of my body, so therefore I’m not glorifying God, and I’m hurting my body instead of making it stronger. How can I glorify God if I’m hurting His temple, and almost saying I can eat whatever I want it doesn’t matter what God has to say about it. But I also think if we look at my eating habits as a whole, they are not dishonoring God but they are not honoring Him either. With my diet as a whole I eat enough vitamins and

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