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Fcsn 446 - Sports Nutrition and Weight Control
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FCSN PE 446 Nutrition Weight Control Exercise Sports Nutrition Exam Spring 2006 NAME 1 Jenna a young black professional tennis player is seeking to raise her game to another level She has contacted you for sports nutrition counseling You want to recommend a pattern of food intake using the Dietary Exchange System Based on a careful analysis of her typical food intake you estimate that she consumes 3000 calories per day You are recommending that she consume 7gCHO kg BW and 1 4gPRO kg BW Jenna weighs 150 pounds and is 6 1 tall Her usual intake of dairy products yogurt only due to her lactose intolerance is 1 serving She consumes 6 servings of vegetables per day and 15 servings of fruit and fruit juices per day 1 Calculate a daily meal plan using dietary exchanges CLEARLY show your work if you want any partial credit for an incorrect final answer 10 points 150lbs 2 2 68 kg 7gCHO kg x 68 477gCHO x 4 1908 Cal CHO 1 4gPRO kg x 68 95gPRO x 4 380 Cal PRO 3000 1908 380 712 Cal FAT 9 79gFAT gCHO gPRO gFAT Cal NFMilk 1 12 8 0 90 Veg 6 30 12 0 150 Fruit 15 225 0 0 900 477 267 210 15 14 Bread 14 210 42 14 1120 95 62 33 7 5 VLFMeat 5 0 35 5 175 79 19 60 5 12 Fat 12 0 0 60 540 477g 2 97g 79g 2975 Jenna is hearing a lot about the high protein low carbohydrate diets that are the rage across the nation Jenna is interested in trying one of these diets in order to bulk up One of her advisors is recommending a diet with 50 protein 30 fat and 20 carbohydrate What is your advice to Jenna Explain 10 points This would be a poor training diet for any athlete All athletes need diets moderately high in carbohydrate in order to replace the glycogen used during their intense workouts Eating a low carbohydrate diet this diet provides only 2 2gCHO kgBW prevents adequate synthesis of glycogen and would lead to glycogen depletion and compromise her workouts In addition there is little evidence that a diet this high in protein 5 5gPRO kgBWW provides any benefit towards increasing muscle mass protein



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