For hypothesis 1, I must reject my hypothesis that I consumed at least 0.9 cups of fruit per 1,000 calories/day. According to my online dietary record, I am receiving less than a third of what I should be on a daily basis. This may have been due to my previous thought that fruits and vegetables were interchangeable and you only needed to focus on one to get an adequate amount of servings.
For hypothesis 2, I can accept that on average I consumed at least 1.1 cups of vegetables per 1000/calories a day. According to my online dietary record, I am receiving and adequate number of vegetables daily through my current diet.
For hypothesis 3, I can accept my hypothesis that I consume at least 9.5% of my calories through saturated fat. Best on my dietary record I exceeded 10% of calories through saturated fat due to the high amount of processed foods I typically consume
For hypothesis 4, I can accept my hypothesis that I engaged in at least 300min/week of moderate intensity activity or more than 150min/week of vigorous intensity, or an equivalent combination. I am currently participating 6 days a week in …show more content…
The first limitation that I can guarantee everyone suffered from is the human error in the aspect of recording your exact portions consumed. Many students, including myself, eat at the campus dining hall and therefore it is difficult to accurately tell how much of something you are consuming. The food is served buffet style so you will not be able to measure and record the exact amount you are consuming. Although they do offer labels on foods, people do not typically eat everything on their plate and after almost 10 visits in three days, that can really add