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 |…
I am my truest self as child, blue and green thoughts pervading every corner of my face, open and malleable to the power of emotion. The purple crocuses behind the badger hole, butter sandwiches, and ice skating on Harold’s Pond, all memories of a beautiful youth, are all lived in the moment mindfully, like a Zen Buddhist partaking in a Japanese tea ceremony. My four-year old mind runs simply, carefully greased and maintained at the edges, while the center runs free of judgment and calculations…
Dominick Daniell 7/22/13
Mary Queen of Heaven
Meet the Gladiator
The Gladiator is a new species that a scientist named Oliver Zampro discovered. This insect was found in a fossil of amber in the mountains of Africa. Then Oliver went to the country Africa Nimibia. When he got there he went to the mountains named Brandberg. There he had found the live insect that was in the fossil living among the grass.
Calling all kingdom
In this chapter…
Title of Article: Blue through the Centuries: Sacred and Sought After
Printed: October 23, 2012
Author: Natalie Angier
Written for: The New York Times
Briefly summarize the article:
The article Blue through the Centuries discusses how 20,000 years ago paintings discovered were all missing the same thing, the color blue. Starting around 6,000 years ago, The Egyptians became mining a semiprecious stone called lapis. Grinding down the lapis allowed the powder to be used as pigment for coloring…
changes into loving fishing, and also of how fishing is a metaphor for life. Auden tells us a story of mankind’s journey which portrays the existence of man. Life is a journey and it allows us to change into the people we will become.
Throughout Blues Hersey tells us of the interaction between a fisherman and a complete stranger. They become extremely close overtime but at first they are not only strangers, but polar opposites. One of them has been landlocked their entire life, the other fishes…
Blue Ocean Strategy
In 1984, one of Canada’s largest cultural exports was spawned by a group of street performers and in no more than 20 years, this company has achieved unbelievable revenues.
But, in according to:
* Cirque’s rapid growth is unlikely to set
* The circus business is in long-term decline
* The industry was hit decreasing audience and increasing cost
* Nowadays, children are more interested in playing games than circus
How did Cirque increase their revenues…
relationship between the public and private sector and how new governmental regulations will impact private companies ability to maintain profits. With potential problems to come in the future with the implementation of PPACA, companies such as Blue Cross Blue Shield have attempted to prepare through cost cutting innovations. The article discusses how Bill Marino devised a strategy to incentivize the health sector to find a better balance between cost and quality of service. The program is called Horizon…
Blue Ocean Strategy
The business universe consists of two distinct kinds of space, which we think of as red and blue oceans. Red oceans represent all the industries in existence today, the known market space. In red oceans, industry boundaries are defined and accepted, and the competitive rules of the game are well understood. Here, companies try to outperform their rivals in order to grab a greater share of existing demand. As the space gets more and more crowded, prospects…
Blues was the name given to groups if they are a musical form or a music category created in the African American communities in the far south of the United States at the end of the 19th century from spirituals, work songs, field hollers, shouts and chants, and rhymed simple narrative ballads.
The blues category is based on blues form but they possesses other people specific lyrics & use bass lines &instruments.
The term "the blues" refers to the "the blue devils", meaning melancholy…
No Credibility, No Clue!
In his 2011 article, “Reliance on Online Materials Hinders Learning Potential for Students,” David Smith attempts to build upon student’s obligated online interaction to make a case against online classes. Smith first shows how much today’s learners must use online materials by using the example of his own Alma Mater. By referencing his own experience at the University of Nebraska—Lincoln, with MyRED and EBSCO search engine, Smith lays the grounds for the focus of his…