On the first day I went over my recommended calorie consumption by 371 calories but for having 2.5 hours of rowing that day I think that I didn’t eat to many calories compared to all of the calories I burned. On the second day I went under my recommended calorie consumption by 626 calories. On the first day my outlier was the chili I ate for dinner, it was 777 calories.
I think I accurately counted my calories because I didn’t leave anything out on my food log and I spent time on calorie king precisely finding the amount of calories my food contained.
I was not able to reach the recommended amount of servings of fruit, I needed 1.5 cups. On the first day I had 1 cup and on the second I had .5 cups. I was not able to reach the recommended amount of servings of vegetables, I needed 2 cups. On the first day I had 0 cups and on the second day I had 0 cups. I was also not able to reach the recommended amount of grains. On day 1 I had 2 ounces of grains, I needed 5 ounces, but on the seconded day I had 5 ounces. I …show more content…
I will add a salad with all of my dinners to get more vegetable servings because I didn’t have any servings during the two days. There isn't any parts of a meal that I should take out because I didn’t go over any servings. I have been rowing on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays for 2.5 hours each. Plus I have been swimming on Mondays and Wednesdays for 30 minutes each and I have P.E. Because I burn a lot of calories every day I think this means I need more calories than what calorie king