Nutrition Project Milestone One Organizer This organizer will provide you with a log to track your caloric input and output. To obtain the best results, log your information on a day that reflects your “typical” patterns of eating and physical activity. 1. In the left hand columns, record all foods and beverages consumed with portion sizes and the caloric values. 2. In the right hand columns, record the physical activities you performed, the number of minutes you did each activity and the calories expended by each activity. You should have at least 1440 minutes of activities recorded to account for all 24 hours of the day. Include daily activities like sleeping, grooming, eating, driving, and computer work in addition to recreational physical activities. 3. Use a reliable resource or tool such as the USDA Super Tracker calculate the caloric values of the food items you recorded and the caloric expenditures of the physical activities you performed. 4. After you finish recording your caloric input and output, respond to the questions listed below. | Calories Consumed | Calories Expended | | Food/Beverage | Portion Size | Caloric Value | Physical Activity | Minutes | Caloric Value | 5 AM | | | | sleep | | 90 | 6 AM | Pancakes/ cup of kool-aid | 3 / I cup | 270+ | Walk to bus stop | 3 min. | 30 | 7 AM | | | | | | | 8 AM | | | | Walk to next class | 1 min. | 6 | 9AM | | | | | | | 10 AM | Lunch time varies … | | 250+ | Walk around school | 5 min | 29 | 11 AM | | | | | | | 12 PM | | | | Walk to next class | 1 min. | | 1 PM | | | | | | 6 | 2 PM | | | | Walk home | 3 min. | 30 | 3 PM | Hot pocket/water | 1/ 2 cups | 338 | | | | 4 PM | | | | running | 1 Hour | 950 | 5 PM | Hotpocket/water | 338 | | | | | 6 PM | | | | | | | 7 PM | | | | | | | 8 PM | | | | | | | 9 PM | Chicken pasta | 2 | 422 | | | | 10 PM | | | | | | | 11 PM | | | | Pre-sleep exercises | 45 | 97 | 12 PM |
identify if the substance turned blue or black if we added iodine or vinegar into it. And we had to see if how the substance reacted with iodine and vinegar. We examined if the substance produced gas bubbles or if it dissolve. And we also had to see if the substance turned blue/black or brown. If we saw any of these things, we would mark it with “x”s on our chart. Then we were had to identify by looking at our lab sheet and matching the characteristics with what clues we were given.
gave us many clues to who Bud was related to. Those clues led us to Herman E. Calloway, which ended up being Bud’s grandfather. There are three clues that led Bud toward him, and knowing he is related to him. For example, the flyer, rocks, and the picture of his mom were the three clues. Bud was searching for his “father”, but with those three clues, it showed that Mr. Calloway, the one that he thought was his father, was still related to him, but is actually his grandfather.
The blue flyer was one…
Many women were suffering domestic violence. As women were fighting for their rights in the 1900s, many females were beaten and isolated. In “A Jury of Her Peers” Mrs. Hale found a clue: “…Mrs. Hale’s mind that the rocker didn’t look in the least like Minnie Foster- the Minnie Foster of twenty years before”(191). The rocking chair represents how life changed for Minnie Foster after marriage. When Mrs. Hale looks at the chair, she does not think it fit for Minnie; she cannot envision seeing her…
Mixtures and Solutions: Lab Report: Outline
Background Information and Research
1. Paper Chromatography is a separation technique
that is used to separate and identify the
components of a mixture
2. to identify clues at a crime scene like blood, in labs to track the progress of a reaction, & can be used to identify the different chemicals and their amounts
The purpose of this lab is to separate a mixture of compounds into its individual…
opposite of mine is that it is considered to be the color of peace and serenity. In fact, the color blue has ability to lower pulse rate and blood pressure. Blue tends to follow their heart rather than their head. The description of this type is quite similar to description of personality. According to psychology of color, people with blue color personality are looking for peace and harmony. Blues also love to talk, they are willing to talk about anything and everything. They value their friends…
1.“Hills Like White Elephants” by Ernest Hemingway has one of the most interesting point of views I have read in a short story. In school, the narration I have been taught is first person limited, having several personal narrate (unlimited), or third person narration (omniscient). While “Hills Like White Elephants” has omniscient narration, it is very detached. The whole story is told as though you, the reader, are a person sitting on a barstool eavesdropping on a conversation that an American is…
Colour increases brand recognition by
up to 80%.
• Colour ads are read up to 42% more
than similar ads in black and white.
• Colour can be up to 85% of the reason
people decide to buy.
Miss C Rawlinson
• RGB stands for red, green and blue, which are the base colours
in the RGB colour model. This colour model is based on light.
• CMYK stands for cyan, magenta, yellow and black. The base for
CMYK is white (like most paper). CMYK can create a wide array
of colours (though not as many…
Writer: Gretchen Rolfs
Reviewer: Megan Crosland
1.) The first paragraph grabs the readers attention by opening the essay with the writer talking about how everyone has a cell phone except for her. The writer doesn’t mention any clues what the essay will be about except for the use of cell phones, which is good. You don’t want the reader to know what the whole essay is about in just one paragraph.
2.) The thesis for this essay is to not use your cell phones while driving and how addicting…
The costume design, by Michelle Kincaid, does provide clues to the characters’ personalities, such as bright red color of the witch’s dress symbolizing the her intensity and power and going through a physical as well emotional transformation in an exquisite blue dress that blends with the mysterious blue lighting of the woods. Most of Act I, consisted of bright lighting, while Act II lurks through the darker tone of the story through dark blue lighting that only brightens up when the characters have…