Bonus!

February 27, 2011 § Leave a comment

Here it is, 9 minutes away from my favorite night of the year. As I await this big moment, I’ve been asked a few times about my opinion on the films that have been nominated for best picture. I have had the pleasure of seeing 6 out of the 10 so I will do a quick little opinion piece while we wait/watch the show:

Black Swan: Superb filming. I am quite partial to Darren Aronofsky’s work, so excuse the bias. This is not a movie for youngsters nor the faint of heart. Very stirring, and if you will “depressing” but the movie is so beautiful. Natalie Portman gives an incredible performance. Definitely recommend if you’re into thrillers.

The Kids Are All Right: Just recently watched this. The basic theme of this movie is so heart warming – learning to put up with each other’s crap because you love them dearly and because you’re family. Annette Benning is wonderful in this film – again there are a few scenes of “adult content” so don’t watch it with your kids. Nevertheless, I enjoyed it overall.

The Social Network: I could talk for days about this movie. Everything about this film is absolutely perfect. The acting, the writing, the score, the filming, the story, the casting. Everything. Jesse Eisenberg is fabulous and I’m completely in love with him. There are scenes of this movie that make me hold my breath and tear up just because they’re so stunning. If you have not seen this movie yet put it on the queue now. You must watch it as soon as possible.

The King’s Speech: Just watched this yesterday actually. Makes you want to cry. Lovely cast that feels like family. Great, true story of overcoming a great obstacle. To be honest, the trailers made the movie seem a lot more cathartic than it actually is. Superb movie, don’t get me wrong but I was waiting for a more cathartic experience than what I got. Nevertheless – go watch it.

Inception: Great. Very confusing but if you pay great attention to it you’ll be able to follow it perfectly. Quite inventive storyline, but you should watch it with a group of people so you can talk about it after. Definitely a necessity after watching. I loved it, but it’s something you gotta be in the mood for.

Toy Story 3: You. Will. Cry. Well, you’ll cry if the entire series is a part of your life and you grew up with it. Pixar does it great no matter what. They can’t go wrong. Watch it with your kids, watch it by yourself. It’s so wonderful.

I have heard nothing but great things for 127 Hours including an astronomically stunning soundtrack. Also heard the cutting off the arm scene  was excruciatingly gruesome – but after see the entire story, you gotta watch it.

There ya have it! Enjoy the show, ladies and gents.

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If I ran the Oscars…

February 27, 2011 § 2 Comments

Big news, people! Academy Awards are tomorrow evening on ABC at 8pm. As I’m sure you’re quite aware I could not be more excited. Anne Hathaway and James Franco are hosting so we certainly are all in for a great show.

Let’s talk about how they are calling the awards “Oscar”. Not a big fan. Let’s just keep it “The Oscars”, please. This is also the second year they doubled the amount of best picture nominations from. In my opinion, ten nominees is just way too many. How is anyone supposed to choose a single movie out of that entire list? It’s nice to have a wide selection of different movies, but when you have to narrow it down to a single film to represent the year’s “best” – a smaller list of choices would be better. In addition to the long list of nominees, the criteria for the winner should be more objective and consistent. Often times, films win due to the politics of the Hollywood world. The Hurtlocker winning because it wasn’t Avatar, in my opinion – maybe in a spiteful sense. (Not so hot now, James Cameron, huh? – your ex-wife just ripped two academy awards out of your hands). There needs to be a more objective criteria. Let’s take a look:

The components to a “Best Picture” winner:
1. The Story. Obviously you need a good storyline to produce a good movie. You can’t write about a geeky kid getting the hot girl and expect to get an academy award nomination. Make it real, relateable, moving, inspiring, controversial (and no, geeks with hot girls is not controversy).

2. The Acting. Sure you can have a stupendous story but if you’re hiring Nicholas Cage and Mariah Carey playing the protagonists in your epic movie you can kiss your Oscar goodbye – you know, you can go ahead and kiss your invitation to the Oscars goodbye as well.

3. The Writing. No CSI: Miami one-liners, please. Smooth, intelligent, relevant writing is incredibly important to a great movie – If what the characters is saying is dull and uninventive no one will want to listen. Hire Aaron Sorkin. Problem solved.

4. The Cinematography. Make your movie pretty!! Stop using straight on shots and panning sunsets; switch it up a little, be creative with the scenes you’ve got.

5. The Music. “To me, movies and music go hand in hand. When I’m writing a script, one of the first things I do is find the music I’m going to play for the opening sequence.” – Quentin Tarantino. If anyone knows the importance of music in movies it’s him. The kind of music used in a scene can make or break it. Something completely joyous can appear horrific or something absolutely frightening can look like the feel good movie of the year without the proper music.

To end today’s blog I’d like to post my predictions for tomorrow night’s winners. Yes, these “predictions” will be full of bias and hopes, but I will do my best to make this as unbiased as possible:

Best Picture: Black Swan, The Fighter, Inception, The Kids Are Alright, The Social Network, The King’s Speech, Toy Story 3, Winter’s Bone, True Grit, 127 Hours
Actor in Lead Role: Javier Bardem, Jeff Bridges, Jesse Eisenberg, Colin Ferth, James Franco
Actor in Supporting Role: Christian Bale, John Hawkes, Jeremy Renner, Mark Ruffalo, Geoffrey Rush
Actress in Lead Role: Annette Benning, Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Lawerence, Natalie Portman, Michelle Williams
Actress in Supporting Role: Amy Adams, Helena Bonham Carter, Melissa Leo, Hailee Steinfeld, Jacki Weaver
Animated Feature Film: The Illusionist, Toy Story 3, How to Train Your Dragon
Directing: Darren Aronofsky, David O. Russell, Tom Hooper, David Fincher, Joel and Ethan Cohen

We’ll keep it a short list today. Tune in tomorrow night to see how my winner’s compare with the academy’s.

Matthew 11:28-30

February 24, 2011 § 1 Comment

Today – we’re getting personal.

I’m studying to be an athletic trainer – no not someone who trains athletes. We’re the people that fix the athletes that get hurt and then we get them back on the field. This semester I’m taking my first evaluation course – where we learn how to diagnose the injuries athlete’s get. Today was our first test; there’s a written portion and a practical portion. I did poorly on both. Today is not my day.

After finishing the written test I’m already feeling less confident than I was after the entire week of studying that occurred. I shake it off and get ready to kill on my practical test – because in practice, I was impeccable. I end up choosing one of the easiest injuries, get ahead of myself, forget to complete significant evaluations, but, thankfully, diagnose the injury correctly. I get a little scolding from my professor and she ends with a bit of encouragement – “You just need to build from here, you’re going to be fine.” I want nothing more than to be a great athletic trainer, and to screw up my very first evaluation exam was incredibly discouraging. Refusing to say anything, except “uh huh” “ok” “right”, because anything more than two syllables would release a cascade of tears, I sprint to the bus stop where I need to catch the bus to head to my last hour of work for the day. Holding back a complete emotional breakdown for an entire hour is certainly one of the most difficult things I’ve done. I don’t advise anything of the sort. I ran to my room after my shift ended and fell onto my bed – I haven’t cried that hard in the longest time.

I understand this single test does not define my reputation as an athletic trainer, I understand it’s one test and that it’s not the end of the world. This was simply the trigger to an entire week’s worth of pressure building up. For the first time in a very long time I felt the absolute desperation for the grace, love and comfort of Christ. Sobbing on my bed, I call out for Him to take the struggle from me, I can’t do it alone. I felt completely helpless trying to keep my life steady. It’s incredibly relieving when you know that at any moment in time you can call out to someone to rescue you from your misery and without any hesitation He will be there every time.

Matthew 11:28-30 says “Come to me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest in your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” God is asking you to give him all of your troubles! How many people do you know actually ask that you give all of your issues to them – on a daily basis? (If you’ve seen 30 Rock, you know it doesn’t go well) I am consistently confounded by the faithfulness of God – always there for me, loves me no less each and every day. After crying out to Him at my absolute weakness He was there to rescue me and provide me with rest.

To those of you who will be in panic after reading about my emotional breakdown (yes, Mom, I’m referring to you) I can tell you I am doing fine – only by the grace and faithfulness of my Heavenly Father.

Go watch a movie: Finding Forrester

February 21, 2011 § Leave a comment

I was planning on reviewing a foreign film today that I recently saw, however I could not find the trailer with English subtitles. So I’ll do a quick write up before we chat about the feature flick.

If we’re friends on Facebook, you’ll know I’ve found an infatuation with foreign films. Seeing a movie from a different country intrigues me to no end. There’s something romantic about that I love. I need to thank my friend, Gilbert, for suggesting this movie to me that, I might add, I enjoyed greatly: Amelie is a light-hearted French film about a young girl who finds her true pleasure and passion in doing good deeds for others in secret. Returning an old treasure box lost 40 years ago, walking a blind man down the street and describing everything they pass or helping a woman and a man find their true love for each – Amelie helps all those around her. Audrey Tautou is exquisite and charming, the French language keeps the feel of the movie whimsical and fun. If you’re into foreign movies – go watch it (found on instant Netflix)

 

I haven’t watched this movie for awhile, but I was thinking of it today and just had review it for you all. Finding Forrester, starring Sean Connery and Rob Brown, released in 2000.

A story of passion and friendship, discipline and triumph. The story follows the mentorship between a young man and a one-hit wonder writer who has locked himself in his house for years. Sean Connery plays a witty, brilliant, hard ass of an author who wants nothing but for Rob Brown’s character, Jamal, to succeed in writing. The dynamic between the two main characters is endearing and comical. As a quiet man, Forrester doesn’t say much but rather leaves Jamal to his work and every once in awhile interjects with a small quip – “Punch the keys, for God’s sake!” Phenomenal performance from both actors – put it on the queue, kids.

What do you want to do before you die?

February 20, 2011 § Leave a comment

I’d like to share with you something personal and very dear to my heart. After seeing the show “The Buried Life” premiere last year, I was overwhelmed with inspiration. Not long after seeing the first few episodes, I began constructing my own list. I am continuously adding to my list, for as I get older and change, the things that are important to me also change.

 

My moleskin – the documentation of crossing off the things I want to do before I die.

Inside – part of my list. each page is dedicated to a list item that I’ve crossed off, creatively displayed to embody the list item itself. Number 57: Smoke a cigar – I actually used the ash from the cigar to draw and write on the page.

I highly encourage you to start making a list. Think about the things you want to accomplish – dream as big and as small as you possibly you can. And once you have things written down – cross them off. Don’t just make an “I wish I could” list make an “I’m going to” list. Don’t become unmotivated because you don’t have the resources to accomplish it. Start now. Skydiving in June – I’ve been saving up since September. Drive cross country – my mom and I planning a post-grad trip as we speak. Think about what’s important to you, cross off list items with those that mean the most to you – it makes it that much more enjoyable.

Go watch a movie: your guide to film watching on V-Day

February 13, 2011 § Leave a comment

Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day. Some of you reading this thrive on this day, others of you despise it with all of your being. As a single woman, I’m not the biggest fan of this “holiday” – I never really was. Couples kinda gross me out, and all the mushy love, candlelit dinners, bouquets of red roses, chocolates and cliche professions of love (“you’re the sunshine of my life”) kinda makes me gag. Alright, leave the chocolate but take everything else. Luckily, I can provide some insight to your evening whether you’re a disgustingly mushy couple or a proudly single individual (and everyone in between).

For those of you with a better half
If you’re going out to the theater with your significant other, the key is to pick a film you both will enjoy. Men, don’t play the martyr and pick a chick flick – this day is for you too (although, it’s a very a sweet gesture). Women, don’t guilt your men into a sobfest love story. Comedies are usually a happy medium: Just Go With It with Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston is a great funny movie for you both. Hot chicks for him, a little romance for her.

For the couples that prefer something a little more serious: The King’s Speech. Award winning movie, spectacular reviews, and an all around great film. Can’t go wrong with an inspiring, well-done film, with a star studded cast.

If you’re staying in and renting a movie, the possibilities are endless. It’s Sunday, so it’s a little late to be getting anything from Netflix. So, here are a few movies you can put on the instant queue. Since you are staying in, chances are your man made you dinner – which means he’ll probably watch a romance movie. Again, men – you don’t need to settle for tearjerkers. A few classic love stories on the instant queue include, Sleepless in Seattle, Jerry MaGuire, Notting Hill. Between the three of those you cover just about every single romance one-liner you’ve ever heard. When in Rome, Chaos Theory, and Zombieland could also do the trick. If you’re lucky enough to have a rental place near by – well you’re quite lucky and I honestly could not narrow it down to just a few. I’d advise you leave a comment about what kind of thing you’re in the mood for and we’ll go from there.

For those sulking in their singledom (or rejoicing in their independence)
You wanna pick one of two genres: sobfest romance or good looking men. There’s nothing better than an old film – black and white or color, movies from “the olden days” just do it better. Funny Girl or Roman Holiday will give you the tears, the love, and the independent women all in one package. An Affair to Remember is just beautiful and heartbreaking. If you’re looking for good looking men – anything with Matt Damon or George Clooney or own celebrity crush will do it. Joseph Gordon-Levitt is my personal favorite. The Ocean’s series gives you Matt Damon, George Clooney and Brad Pitt all one screen. Good Will Hunting has Matt Damon and Ben Affleck. 10 Things I Hate About You has Heath Ledger and Joseph Gordon-Levitt – old school, but very fun. I gotta suggest The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus This movie is very weird. However, before you dismiss it you must know that Andrew Garfield, Heath Ledger, Johnny Depp, Jude Law, and Colin Ferrell are all included in the cast. If anything you should put it on and have it playing in the background just so you have something pretty to look at.

If I had more time to evaluate more movies I would be able to suggest a much better selection. If none of these motion pictures fit your fancy don’t hesitate to leave a comment and ask for something else!

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Feb 13, 2011
Hannah Derreth, HD688143@wcupa.edu
Profile: Main Profile, 3 Day Average
DRI Goals
Profile
Active Profile: Main Profile
Height: 5 ft. 6 inches
Weight: 170.0 lbs.
Age: 19 years
BMI: 27.4
Gender: Female
Pregnancy: Not Pregnant
Activity Level: Sedentary
Smoker: No
Strict Vegetarian/Vegan: No
Nutrient DRI
Energy
Kilocalories 2167 kcal
Protein 61.69 g Daily requirement based on grams per
kilogram of body weight
Carbohydrate 236.0 – 341.0 g
Fat, Total 46.0 – 81.0 g No recommendation
Fat
Saturated Fat < 21 g Less than 10% of calories
Monounsaturated Fat * No recommendation
Polyunsaturated Fat * No recommendation
Trans Fatty Acid * No recommendation
Cholesterol < 300 mg Less than 300mg recommended
Essential Fatty Acids
Omega-6 Linoleic 12 g
Omega-3 Linolenic 1.1 g
Carbohydrates
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Profile: Main Profile, 3 Day Average
Nutrient DRI
Dietary Fiber, Total 25 g
Sugar, Total * No recommendation
Other
Water 2.7 L
Alcohol * No recommendation
Vitamins
Thiamin 1.1 mg
Riboflavin 1.1 mg
Niacin 14 mg
Vitamin B6 1.3 mg
Vitamin B12 2.4 μg
Folate (DFE) 400 μg
Vitamin C 75 mg
Vitamin D (ug) 5 μg DRI Adequate Intake
Vitamin A (RAE) 700 μg
Vitamin A (IU) * No recommendation
alpha-tocopherol (Vit E) 15 mg
Minerals
Calcium 1000 mg DRI Adequate Intake
Iron 18 mg
Magnesium 310 mg
Potassium 4700 mg DRI Adequate Intake
Zinc 8 mg
Sodium 1500 mg DRI Adequate Intake
Macronutrient Ranges
Recommended Actual Intake
Carbs Protein Fat Alcohol
0
250
500
750
1,000
Calories
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Profile: Main Profile, 3 Day Average
Macronutrient Ranges for Jan 20, 2011, Jan 22, 2011, Jan 25, 2011
Recommended Yours
Carbs 45%-65% 975-1,409 kCal 55% 816 kCal
Protein 10%-35% 217-758 kCal 16% 231 kCal
Fats 20%-35% 433-758 kCal 33% 492 kCal
Alcohol 0% 0 kCal 0% 0 kCal
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Hannah Derreth, HD688143@wcupa.edu
Profile: Main Profile, 3 Day Average
Fat Breakdown for Jan 20, 2011, Jan 22, 2011, Jan 25, 2011
Source of Fat 0% 25% 50% 75% 100%
Saturated Fat 10%
Monounsaturated Fat 10%
Polyunsaturated Fat 5%
Trans Fatty Acid 1%
Unspecified 7%
* Transfat data is not yet reported by all sources and therefore may be under-represented.
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Hannah Derreth, HD688143@wcupa.edu
Profile: Main Profile, 3 Day Average
Intake vs. Goals for Jan 20, 2011, Jan 22, 2011, Jan 25, 2011
Nutrient DRI Intake 0% 25% 50% 75% 100%
Energy
Kilocalories 2167 kcal 1,477.06 kcal 68%
Protein 61.69 g 57.82 g 94%
Carbohydrate 236.0 – 341.0
g
203.89 g
Fat, Total 46.0 – 81.0 g 54.63 g
Fat
Saturated Fat < 21 g 16.7 g 80%
Monounsaturated Fat * 16.46 g
Polyunsaturated Fat * 8.68 g
Trans Fatty Acid * 1 g
Cholesterol < 300 mg 148.19 mg 49%
Essential Fatty Acids
Omega-6 Linoleic 12 g 6.96 g 58%
Omega-3 Linolenic 1.1 g 0.85 g 78%
Carbohydrates
Dietary Fiber, Total 25 g 26.25 g 105%
Sugar, Total * 83.44 g
Other
Water 2.7 L 1.33 L 49%
Alcohol * 0 g
Vitamins
Thiamin 1.1 mg 1.08 mg 98%
Riboflavin 1.1 mg 1.4 mg 127%
Niacin 14 mg 12.96 mg 93%
Vitamin B6 1.3 mg 0.97 mg 75%
Vitamin B12 2.4 μg 1.63 μg 68%
Folate (DFE) 400 μg 307.85 μg 77%
Vitamin C 75 mg 184.69 mg 246%
Vitamin D (ug) 5 μg 4.9 μg 98%
Vitamin A (RAE) 700 μg 765.31 μg 109%
Vitamin A (IU) * 12,494.93 IU
alpha-tocopherol (Vit E) 15 mg 7.29 mg 49%
Minerals
Calcium 1000 mg 788.79 mg 79%
Iron 18 mg 9.91 mg 55%
Magnesium 310 mg 260.83 mg 84%
Potassium 4700 mg 2,231.41 mg 47%
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Hannah Derreth, HD688143@wcupa.edu
Profile: Main Profile, 3 Day Average
Nutrient DRI Intake 0% 25% 50% 75% 100%
Zinc 8 mg 5.55 mg 69%
Sodium 1500 mg 1,498.75 mg 100%
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Hannah Derreth, HD688143@wcupa.edu
Profile: Main Profile, 3 Day Average
My Pyramid Analysis for Jan 20, 2011, Jan 22, 2011, Jan 25, 2011
Goal* Actual % Goal
Grains 7.0 oz. eq. tips 3.8 oz. eq. 53.8%
Vegetables 3.0 cup eq. tips 1.8 cup eq. 60.8%
Fruits 2.0 cup eq. tips 0.9 cup eq. 46.5%
Milk 3.0 cup eq. tips 1.4 cup eq. 47.2%
Meat &Beans 6.0 oz. eq. tips 5 oz. eq. 83.2%
Discretionary 290.0 293.4 101.2%
Your results are based on a 2167 calorie pattern.
Make Half Your Grains Whole! Aim for at least 3.5 oz. eq. whole
grains.
Vary Your Veggies! Aim for this much every week:
Dark Green Vegetables = 2.0 cups weekly
Orange Vegetables = 1.5 cups weekly
Dry Beans &Peas = 2.5 cups weekly
Starchy Vegetables = 2.5 cups weekly
Other Vegetables = 5.5 cups weekly
Oils: Aim for 6.0 teaspoons of oil a day.
*My Pyramid contains recommendations only for calorie levels up to
3,200 per day. If Diet Analysis Plus recommends more than 3,200
calories per day for you, talk to your instructor for guidance on how to
use the Pyramid.
**CAUTION!Recipes and Custom Foods are not included on the
MyPyramid Report, as pyramid values for these cannot be calculated.
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Hannah Derreth, HD688143@wcupa.edu
Profile: Main Profile, 3 Day Average
Intake Spreadsheet for Jan 20, 2011
Item Name Meal Quantity Wt(g) Kcal(kcal)
DANNON LIGHT ‘N FIT Non Fat Peach
Yogurt
Breakfast 1 item(s) – 6 oz
container
170 60
Water, Tap Breakfast 32 fluid ounce(s) 948 0
Chili, Vegetarian Lunch 1 serving(s) 303.54 173.73
Bread, White Lunch 1 slice(s) 25 66.5
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked Dinner 0.5 cup(s) 97.5 108.22
Chicken, Breast, Meat and Skin, Boneless,
Roasted
Dinner 2 ounce(s) 56.7 111.7
Pepper, Bell or Sweet, Green Dinner 0.2 cup(s) –
Chopped
29.8 5.96
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed Dinner 0.2 cup(s) 65.6 49.86
Spinach, Chopped, Raw Dinner 0.4 cup(s) 12 2.76
Garlic Clove Dinner 1 item(s) – 1
clove
3 4.47
Ice Cream, Chocolate Dinner 1 cup(s) 132 285.12
Almonds, Dry Roasted, without Salt Added Snacks 1 ounce(s) – oz
(22 whole
kernels)
28.35 169.25
SIMPLY JIF Creamy Peanut Butter Snacks 2 tablespoon(s) 31 190
Honey Whole Wheat Bread Snacks 86 gram(s) 86 200
PILLSBURY Chocolate Chip Cookies,
Refrigerated Dough
Snacks 2 serving(s) 56 269.92
2,044.48 1,697.48
Item Name Protein(g) Carb(g) Fat(g) Sat Fat(g)
DANNON LIGHT ‘N FIT Non Fat Peach
Yogurt
5 11 0 0
Water, Tap 0 0 0 0
Chili, Vegetarian 9.35 32.4 1.82 0.34
Bread, White 1.91 12.65 0.82 0.18
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked 2.52 22.39 0.88 0.18
Chicken, Breast, Meat and Skin, Boneless,
Roasted
16.9 0 4.41 1.24
Pepper, Bell or Sweet, Green 0.26 1.38 0.05 0.02
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed 0.9 11.62 0.09 0.02
Spinach, Chopped, Raw 0.34 0.44 0.05 0.01
Garlic Clove 0.19 0.99 0.01 0
Ice Cream, Chocolate 5.02 37.22 14.52 8.98
Almonds, Dry Roasted, without Salt Added 6.26 5.47 14.98 1.15
SIMPLY JIF Creamy Peanut Butter 8 6 16 3
Honey Whole Wheat Bread 8 42 3 1
PILLSBURY Chocolate Chip Cookies,
Refrigerated Dough
2 34 14 4
66.63 217.56 70.63 20.11
Item Name Mono Fat(g) Poly Fat(g) Trans Fat(g) Chol(mg)
DANNON LIGHT ‘N FIT Non Fat Peach
Yogurt
0 0 0 2.5
22.41 9.46 3 105.09
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Hannah Derreth, HD688143@wcupa.edu
Profile: Main Profile, 3 Day Average
Item Name Mono Fat(g) Poly Fat(g) Trans Fat(g) Chol(mg)
Water, Tap 0 0 0 0
Chili, Vegetarian 0.35 0.63 0 0
Bread, White 0.17 0.34 0 0
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked 0.32 0.31 0 0
Chicken, Breast, Meat and Skin, Boneless,
Roasted
1.72 0.94 0 47.63
Pepper, Bell or Sweet, Green 0 0.02 0 0
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed 0 0.04 0 0
Spinach, Chopped, Raw 0 0.02 0 0
Garlic Clove 0 0.01 0 0
Ice Cream, Chocolate 4.24 0.54 0 44.88
Almonds, Dry Roasted, without Salt Added 9.54 3.59 0 0
SIMPLY JIF Creamy Peanut Butter 0 0 0 0
Honey Whole Wheat Bread 1 2 0 0
PILLSBURY Chocolate Chip Cookies,
Refrigerated Dough
5.08 1.02 3 10.08
22.41 9.46 3 105.09
Item Name Omega-6(g) Omega-3(g) Diet Fiber(g) Sugar(g)
DANNON LIGHT ‘N FIT Non Fat Peach
Yogurt
0 0 0 7
Water, Tap 0 0 0 0
Chili, Vegetarian 0.38 0.26 9.05 4.11
Bread, White 0.3 0.03 0.6 1.08
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked 0.3 0.01 1.75 0.34
Chicken, Breast, Meat and Skin, Boneless,
Roasted
0.8 0.03 0 0
Pepper, Bell or Sweet, Green 0.02 0 0.51 0.72
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed 0.04 0 1.64 3.77
Spinach, Chopped, Raw 0 0.02 0.26 0.05
Garlic Clove 0.01 0 0.06 0.03
Ice Cream, Chocolate 0.33 0.2 1.58 33.48
Almonds, Dry Roasted, without Salt Added 3.59 0 3.35 1.39
SIMPLY JIF Creamy Peanut Butter 0 0 2 2
Honey Whole Wheat Bread 0 0 8 8
PILLSBURY Chocolate Chip Cookies,
Refrigerated Dough
0.96 0.05 1.18 20
6.73 0.6 29.98 81.95
Item Name Water(L) Alcohol(g) Thiamin(mg) Ribo(mg)
DANNON LIGHT ‘N FIT Non Fat Peach
Yogurt
0 0 0.06 0.34
Water, Tap 0.95 0 0 0
Chili, Vegetarian 0.26 0 0.21 0.17
Bread, White 0.01 0 0.11 0.08
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked 0.07 0 0.09 0.02
Chicken, Breast, Meat and Skin, Boneless,
Roasted
0.04 0 0 0.07
Pepper, Bell or Sweet, Green 0.03 0 0.02 0.01
1.49 0 0.74 1.28
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Profile: Main Profile, 3 Day Average
Item Name Water(L) Alcohol(g) Thiamin(mg) Ribo(mg)
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed 0.05 0 0.04 0.03
Spinach, Chopped, Raw 0.01 0 0.01 0.02
Garlic Clove 0 0 0.01 0
Ice Cream, Chocolate 0.07 0 0.06 0.26
Almonds, Dry Roasted, without Salt Added 0 0 0.02 0.24
SIMPLY JIF Creamy Peanut Butter 0 0 0 0.03
Honey Whole Wheat Bread 0 0 0.12 0
PILLSBURY Chocolate Chip Cookies,
Refrigerated Dough
0.01 0 0 0
1.49 0 0.74 1.28
Item Name Niacin(mg) Vit B6(mg) Vit B12(μg) Fol (DFE)(μg)
DANNON LIGHT ‘N FIT Non Fat Peach
Yogurt
0 0.08 0.6 0
Water, Tap 0 0 0 0
Chili, Vegetarian 1.83 0.31 0.02 114.57
Bread, White 1.1 0.02 0 42.75
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked 1.49 0.14 0 3.9
Chicken, Breast, Meat and Skin, Boneless,
Roasted
7.21 0.32 0.18 2.27
Pepper, Bell or Sweet, Green 0.14 0.07 0 2.98
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed 0.35 0.11 0 3.94
Spinach, Chopped, Raw 0.09 0.02 0 23.28
Garlic Clove 0.02 0.04 0 0.09
Ice Cream, Chocolate 0.3 0.07 0.38 21.12
Almonds, Dry Roasted, without Salt Added 1.09 0.04 0 9.36
SIMPLY JIF Creamy Peanut Butter 4 0 0 0
Honey Whole Wheat Bread 1.6 0 0 16
PILLSBURY Chocolate Chip Cookies,
Refrigerated Dough
0 0 0 0
19.22 1.22 1.18 240.25
Item Name Vit C(mg) Vit D (ug)(μg) Vit A (RAE)(μg) Vit A (IU)(IU)
DANNON LIGHT ‘N FIT Non Fat Peach
Yogurt
0 2 0 500
Water, Tap 0 0 0 0
Chili, Vegetarian 44.13 0 0 1147.12
Bread, White 0 0 0 0
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked 0 0 0 0
Chicken, Breast, Meat and Skin, Boneless,
Roasted
0 0.06 15.88 52.73
Pepper, Bell or Sweet, Green 23.96 0 5.36 110.26
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed 8.4 0 516.27 10325.44
Spinach, Chopped, Raw 3.37 0 56.28 1125.24
Garlic Clove 0.94 0 0 0.27
Ice Cream, Chocolate 0.92 0.26 155.76 549.12
Almonds, Dry Roasted, without Salt Added 0 0 0 0.28
SIMPLY JIF Creamy Peanut Butter 0 0 0 0
Honey Whole Wheat Bread 0 0 0 0
81.71 2.32 749.55 13,810.46
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Item Name Vit C(mg) Vit D (ug)(μg) Vit A (RAE)(μg) Vit A (IU)(IU)
PILLSBURY Chocolate Chip Cookies,
Refrigerated Dough
0 0 0 0
81.71 2.32 749.55 13,810.46
Item Name alpha-T(mg) Calcium(mg) Iron(mg) Magn(mg)
DANNON LIGHT ‘N FIT Non Fat Peach
Yogurt
0 200 0 16
Water, Tap 0 28.44 0 9.48
Chili, Vegetarian 1.62 91.13 2.91 59.04
Bread, White 0.05 37.75 0.94 5.75
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked 0.03 9.75 0.41 41.92
Chicken, Breast, Meat and Skin, Boneless,
Roasted
0.15 7.94 0.61 15.31
Pepper, Bell or Sweet, Green 0.11 2.98 0.1 2.98
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed 0.62 17.71 0.47 11.81
Spinach, Chopped, Raw 0.24 11.88 0.33 9.48
Garlic Clove 0 5.43 0.05 0.75
Ice Cream, Chocolate 0.4 143.88 1.23 38.28
Almonds, Dry Roasted, without Salt Added 7.37 75.41 1.28 81.08
SIMPLY JIF Creamy Peanut Butter 0 0 0.72 0
Honey Whole Wheat Bread 0 80 2.16 0
PILLSBURY Chocolate Chip Cookies,
Refrigerated Dough
0 0 1.44 0
10.6 712.3 12.64 291.88
Item Name Potas(mg) Zinc(mg) Sodium(mg)
DANNON LIGHT ‘N FIT Non Fat Peach
Yogurt
250 0.6 85
Water, Tap 9.48 0 28.44
Chili, Vegetarian 715.35 1.34 498.11
Bread, White 25 0.19 170.25
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked 41.92 0.61 4.88
Chicken, Breast, Meat and Skin, Boneless,
Roasted
138.91 0.58 40.26
Pepper, Bell or Sweet, Green 52.15 0.04 0.89
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed 150.88 0.13 17.71
Spinach, Chopped, Raw 66.96 0.06 9.48
Garlic Clove 12.03 0.03 0.51
Ice Cream, Chocolate 328.68 0.77 100.32
Almonds, Dry Roasted, without Salt Added 211.49 1 0.28
SIMPLY JIF Creamy Peanut Butter 210 0 65
Honey Whole Wheat Bread 0 0 230
PILLSBURY Chocolate Chip Cookies,
Refrigerated Dough
0 0 170.24
2,212.86 5.36 1,421.38
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Intake Spreadsheet for Jan 22, 2011
Item Name Meal Quantity Wt(g) Kcal(kcal)
Mushrooms, Maitake, Raw Breakfast 0.3 cup(s) – 1
cup diced
21 6.51
Eggs, Scrambled, No Added Fat Breakfast 1 item(s) – 2
large eggs
60 78
Tomatoes, Red, Diced Breakfast 0.3 cup(s) –
chopped or
sliced
54 9.72
Broccoli Breakfast 0.3 cup(s) –
Chopped
27.3 9.28
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded Breakfast 0.25 cup(s) 28.25 113.85
Juice, Cranberry Cocktail Breakfast 8 fluid ounce(s) 253 136.62
Coffee, Brewed Breakfast 16 fluid ounce(s) 474 4.74
Biscuit, Plain, Mix Breakfast 0.5 cup(s) 60.61 259.39
Cornbread Breakfast 1 piece(s) 51.87 129.97
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal Dinner 1 cup(s) – 1.9 oz 53 190
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free Dinner 8 fluid ounce(s)
– 8 fl oz is 1 cup
245 83.3
POP SECRET Old Fashioned Kettle Corn
Popcorn, Popped
Dinner 5 cup(s) 35 175
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures Dinner 2 item(s) 21.56 84
1,384.58 1,280.38
Item Name Protein(g) Carb(g) Fat(g) Sat Fat(g)
Mushrooms, Maitake, Raw 0.41 1.46 0.04 0.01
Eggs, Scrambled, No Added Fat 6.49 1.25 5.02 1.67
Tomatoes, Red, Diced 0.48 2.12 0.11 0.02
Broccoli 0.77 1.81 0.1 0.01
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded 7.03 0.36 9.36 5.96
Juice, Cranberry Cocktail 0 34.21 0.25 0.02
Coffee, Brewed 0.57 0 0.09 0.01
Biscuit, Plain, Mix 4.85 38.36 9.33 2.4
Cornbread 3.08 21.24 3.49 0.53
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal 9 36 3 0
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free 8.26 12.15 0.2 0.14
POP SECRET Old Fashioned Kettle Corn
Popcorn, Popped
2.5 20 12.5 2.5
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures 0.8 9.6 5.2 3.2
44.23 178.57 48.7 16.47
Item Name Mono Fat(g) Poly Fat(g) Trans Fat(g) Chol(mg)
Mushrooms, Maitake, Raw 0.01 0.02 0 0
Eggs, Scrambled, No Added Fat 1.88 0.65 0 198.6
Tomatoes, Red, Diced 0.02 0.04 0 0
Broccoli 0 0.01 0 0
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded 2.65 0.27 0 29.66
Juice, Cranberry Cocktail 0.05 0.15 0 0
Coffee, Brewed 0.07 0 0 0
12.61 5.18 0.01 253.56
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Item Name Mono Fat(g) Poly Fat(g) Trans Fat(g) Chol(mg)
Biscuit, Plain, Mix 5.2 1.22 0 1.21
Cornbread 0.97 1.7 0.01 17.18
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal 1.71 1.11 0 0
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free 0.05 0.01 0 4.9
POP SECRET Old Fashioned Kettle Corn
Popcorn, Popped
0 0 0 0
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures 0 0 0 2
12.61 5.18 0.01 253.56
Item Name Omega-6(g) Omega-3(g) Diet Fiber(g) Sugar(g)
Mushrooms, Maitake, Raw 0.02 0 0.57 0.43
Eggs, Scrambled, No Added Fat 0.55 0.02 0 1.34
Tomatoes, Red, Diced 0.04 0 0.65 1.42
Broccoli 0 0.01 0.71 0.46
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded 0.16 0.1 0 0.15
Juice, Cranberry Cocktail 0.09 0.06 0 30.03
Coffee, Brewed 0 0 0 0
Biscuit, Plain, Mix 1.16 0.06 1.27 7.06
Cornbread 1.65 0.04 0.76 3.88
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal 0.74 0.22 8 13
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free 0 0 0 12.47
POP SECRET Old Fashioned Kettle Corn
Popcorn, Popped
0 0 2.5 0
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures 0 0 1.2 7.6
4.42 0.52 15.66 77.84
Item Name Water(L) Alcohol(g) Thiamin(mg) Ribo(mg)
Mushrooms, Maitake, Raw 0.02 0 0.03 0.05
Eggs, Scrambled, No Added Fat 0.05 0 0.03 0.25
Tomatoes, Red, Diced 0.05 0 0.02 0.01
Broccoli 0.02 0 0.02 0.03
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded 0.01 0 0.01 0.11
Juice, Cranberry Cocktail 0.22 0 0 0
Coffee, Brewed 0.47 0 0.07 0.36
Biscuit, Plain, Mix 0.01 0 0.35 0.26
Cornbread 0.02 0 0.17 0.16
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal 0 0 0.03 0.02
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free 0.22 0 0.11 0.45
POP SECRET Old Fashioned Kettle Corn
Popcorn, Popped
0 0 0 0
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures 0 0 0 0
1.09 0 0.83 1.69
Item Name Niacin(mg) Vit B6(mg) Vit B12(μg) Fol (DFE)(μg)
Mushrooms, Maitake, Raw 1.38 0.01 0 6.09
Eggs, Scrambled, No Added Fat 0.05 0.07 0.58 17.4
Tomatoes, Red, Diced 0.32 0.04 0 8.1
Broccoli 0.17 0.05 0 17.2
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded 0.02 0.02 0.23 5.09
7.36 0.39 2.42 299.64
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Item Name Niacin(mg) Vit B6(mg) Vit B12(μg) Fol (DFE)(μg)
Juice, Cranberry Cocktail 0.1 0 0 0
Coffee, Brewed 0.91 0 0 9.48
Biscuit, Plain, Mix 2.75 0.05 0.24 125.45
Cornbread 1.26 0.04 0.14 74.2
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal 0.16 0.02 0 24.38
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free 0.23 0.09 1.23 12.25
POP SECRET Old Fashioned Kettle Corn
Popcorn, Popped
0 0 0 0
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures 0 0 0 0
7.36 0.39 2.42 299.64
Item Name Vit C(mg) Vit D (ug)(μg) Vit A (RAE)(μg) Vit A (IU)(IU)
Mushrooms, Maitake, Raw 0 6.19 0 0
Eggs, Scrambled, No Added Fat 0 1.02 73.8 329.09
Tomatoes, Red, Diced 6.86 0 22.68 449.82
Broccoli 24.35 0 8.46 170.08
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded 0 0.17 74.86 283.07
Juice, Cranberry Cocktail 107.02 0 0 20.24
Coffee, Brewed 0 0 0 0
Biscuit, Plain, Mix 0.18 0 1.21 4.24
Cornbread 0 0.28 0 85.41
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal 0 0 0 0
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free 0 2.94 149.45 499.8
POP SECRET Old Fashioned Kettle Corn
Popcorn, Popped
0 0 0 0
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures 0.24 0 0 20
138.65 10.61 330.47 1,861.74
Item Name alpha-T(mg) Calcium(mg) Iron(mg) Magn(mg)
Mushrooms, Maitake, Raw 0 0.21 0.06 2.1
Eggs, Scrambled, No Added Fat 0.46 46.8 0.86 7.8
Tomatoes, Red, Diced 0.29 5.4 0.15 5.94
Broccoli 0.21 12.83 0.2 5.73
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded 0.08 203.68 0.19 7.91
Juice, Cranberry Cocktail 0.56 7.59 0.25 2.53
Coffee, Brewed 0.05 9.48 0.05 14.22
Biscuit, Plain, Mix 0.08 108.48 1.68 15.15
Cornbread 0.46 44.39 1.07 9.11
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal 0.29 40 1.8 40
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free 0.02 298.9 0.07 26.95
POP SECRET Old Fashioned Kettle Corn
Popcorn, Popped
0 0 0 0
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures 0 4 0.43 0
2.5 781.77 6.82 137.45
Item Name Potas(mg) Zinc(mg) Sodium(mg)
Mushrooms, Maitake, Raw 42.84 0.16 0.21
Eggs, Scrambled, No Added Fat 90.6 0.59 217.8
Tomatoes, Red, Diced 127.98 0.09 2.7
1,490.72 4.16 1,695.58
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Item Name Potas(mg) Zinc(mg) Sodium(mg)
Broccoli 86.27 0.11 9.01
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded 27.68 0.88 175.43
Juice, Cranberry Cocktail 35.42 0.08 5.06
Coffee, Brewed 232.26 0.09 9.48
Biscuit, Plain, Mix 98.79 0.36 773.33
Cornbread 66.68 0.28 154.65
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal 300 0.48 95
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free 382.2 1.03 102.9
POP SECRET Old Fashioned Kettle Corn
Popcorn, Popped
0 0 150
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures 0 0 0
1,490.72 4.16 1,695.58
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Intake Spreadsheet for Jan 25, 2011
Item Name Meal Quantity Wt(g) Kcal(kcal)
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal Breakfast 1 cup(s) – 1.9 oz 53 190
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free Breakfast 4 fluid ounce(s)
– 8 fl oz is 1 cup
122.5 41.65
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked Lunch 1 cup(s) 195 216.45
Pork, Chop, Fried Lunch 2 ounce(s) 56.7 127.5
Broccoli Lunch 0.2 cup(s) –
Chopped
18.2 6.19
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed Lunch 0.2 cup(s) 65.6 49.86
Beans, Kidney, Red, Canned Lunch 0.2 cup(s) 51.2 43.01
Garlic Clove Lunch 1 item(s) – 1
clove
3 4.47
Corn, Yellow, Fresh, Cooked Lunch 0.2 ounce(s) 5.67 6.07
Onions, Chopped Lunch 0.2 cup(s) –
chopped
32 12.8
Water, Tap Lunch 8 fluid ounce(s) 237 0
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures Dinner 1 item(s) 10.78 42
Spinach, Chopped, Raw Dinner 3 cup(s) 90 20.7
Peas, Sugar or Snow Dinner 0.5 cup(s) –
whole
31.5 13.23
Mushrooms, White, Raw Dinner 0.5 cup(s) –
whole
48 10.56
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded Dinner 0.25 cup(s) 28.25 113.85
Salad Dressing, Thousand Island Dinner 2 tablespoon(s) 32 118.4
Water, Tap Dinner 8 fluid ounce(s) 237 0
Kiwi Fruit, Green or Chinese Gooseberries Dinner 3 item(s) –
Medium, without
skin
228 139.08
Grapefruit, Pink or Red Dinner 0.67 cup(s) 153.33 64.4
STARBUCKS Tall, Whole Milk, Coffee
FRAPPUCCINO Light Blend
Snacks 12 fluid ounce(s) 340 90
Cookie, Peanut Butter, Ready to Eat Snacks 2 item(s) 30 143.1
2,068.73 1,453.31
Item Name Protein(g) Carb(g) Fat(g) Sat Fat(g)
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal 9 36 3 0
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free 4.13 6.08 0.1 0.07
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked 5.03 44.77 1.75 0.35
Pork, Chop, Fried 16.21 0 6.51 2.3
Broccoli 0.51 1.21 0.07 0.01
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed 0.9 11.62 0.09 0.02
Beans, Kidney, Red, Canned 2.69 7.96 0.18 0.04
Garlic Clove 0.19 0.99 0.01 0
Corn, Yellow, Fresh, Cooked 0.19 1.42 0.07 0.01
Onions, Chopped 0.35 2.99 0.03 0.01
Water, Tap 0 0 0 0
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures 0.4 4.8 2.6 1.6
Spinach, Chopped, Raw 2.57 3.27 0.35 0.06
62.59 215.53 44.56 13.51
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Item Name Protein(g) Carb(g) Fat(g) Sat Fat(g)
Peas, Sugar or Snow 0.88 2.38 0.06 0.01
Mushrooms, White, Raw 1.48 1.56 0.16 0.02
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded 7.03 0.36 9.36 5.96
Salad Dressing, Thousand Island 0.35 4.68 11.22 1.63
Water, Tap 0 0 0 0
Kiwi Fruit, Green or Chinese Gooseberries 2.6 33.42 1.19 0.07
Grapefruit, Pink or Red 1.18 16.35 0.21 0
STARBUCKS Tall, Whole Milk, Coffee
FRAPPUCCINO Light Blend
4 18 0.5 0
Cookie, Peanut Butter, Ready to Eat 2.88 17.67 7.08 1.35
62.59 215.53 44.56 13.51
Item Name Mono Fat(g) Poly Fat(g) Trans Fat(g) Chol(mg)
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal 1.71 1.11 0 0
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free 0.03 0 0 2.45
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked 0.64 0.63 0 0
Pork, Chop, Fried 2.84 0.82 0 44.2
Broccoli 0 0.01 0 0
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed 0 0.04 0 0
Beans, Kidney, Red, Canned 0.09 0.08 0 0
Garlic Clove 0 0.01 0 0
Corn, Yellow, Fresh, Cooked 0.02 0.03 0 0
Onions, Chopped 0 0.01 0 0
Water, Tap 0 0 0 0
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures 0 0 0 1
Spinach, Chopped, Raw 0.01 0.15 0 0
Peas, Sugar or Snow 0.01 0.03 0 0
Mushrooms, White, Raw 0 0.08 0 0
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded 2.65 0.27 0 29.66
Salad Dressing, Thousand Island 2.52 5.83 0 8.32
Water, Tap 0 0 0 0
Kiwi Fruit, Green or Chinese Gooseberries 0.11 0.65 0 0
Grapefruit, Pink or Red 0.03 0 0 0
STARBUCKS Tall, Whole Milk, Coffee
FRAPPUCCINO Light Blend
0 0 0 0
Cookie, Peanut Butter, Ready to Eat 3.71 1.66 0 0.3
14.37 11.4 0 85.93
Item Name Omega-6(g) Omega-3(g) Diet Fiber(g) Sugar(g)
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal 0.74 0.22 8 13
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free 0 0 0 6.24
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked 0.6 0.03 3.51 0.68
Pork, Chop, Fried 0.73 0.06 0 0
Broccoli 0 0 0.47 0.31
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed 0.04 0 1.64 3.77
Beans, Kidney, Red, Canned 0.03 0.02 2.76 0.95
Garlic Clove 0.01 0 0.06 0.03
Corn, Yellow, Fresh, Cooked 0.03 0 0.16 0.18
9.74 1.44 33.12 90.51
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Item Name Omega-6(g) Omega-3(g) Diet Fiber(g) Sugar(g)
Onions, Chopped 0 0 0.54 1.36
Water, Tap 0 0 0 0
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures 0 0 0.6 3.8
Spinach, Chopped, Raw 0.02 0.12 1.98 0.38
Peas, Sugar or Snow 0.02 0 0.82 1.26
Mushrooms, White, Raw 0.08 0 0.48 0.95
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded 0.16 0.1 0 0.15
Salad Dressing, Thousand Island 5.08 0.75 0.26 4.86
Water, Tap 0 0 0 0
Kiwi Fruit, Green or Chinese Gooseberries 0.56 0.1 6.84 20.5
Grapefruit, Pink or Red 0 0 2.45 10.56
STARBUCKS Tall, Whole Milk, Coffee
FRAPPUCCINO Light Blend
0 0 2 12
Cookie, Peanut Butter, Ready to Eat 1.63 0.02 0.54 9.55
9.74 1.44 33.12 90.51
Item Name Water(L) Alcohol(g) Thiamin(mg) Ribo(mg)
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal 0 0 0.03 0.02
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free 0.11 0 0.06 0.22
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked 0.14 0 0.19 0.05
Pork, Chop, Fried 0.03 0 0.51 0.19
Broccoli 0.02 0 0.01 0.02
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed 0.05 0 0.04 0.03
Beans, Kidney, Red, Canned 0.04 0 0.05 0.04
Garlic Clove 0 0 0.01 0
Corn, Yellow, Fresh, Cooked 0 0 0.01 0
Onions, Chopped 0.03 0 0.01 0.01
Water, Tap 0.24 0 0 0
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures 0 0 0 0
Spinach, Chopped, Raw 0.08 0 0.07 0.17
Peas, Sugar or Snow 0.03 0 0.05 0.03
Mushrooms, White, Raw 0.04 0 0.04 0.19
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded 0.01 0 0.01 0.11
Salad Dressing, Thousand Island 0.01 0 0.46 0.02
Water, Tap 0.24 0 0 0
Kiwi Fruit, Green or Chinese Gooseberries 0.19 0 0.06 0.06
Grapefruit, Pink or Red 0.14 0 0 0
STARBUCKS Tall, Whole Milk, Coffee
FRAPPUCCINO Light Blend
0 0 0 0
Cookie, Peanut Butter, Ready to Eat 0 0 0.05 0.05
1.41 0 1.66 1.22
Item Name Niacin(mg) Vit B6(mg) Vit B12(μg) Fol (DFE)(μg)
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal 0.16 0.02 0 24.38
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free 0.12 0.05 0.61 6.12
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked 2.98 0.28 0 7.8
Pork, Chop, Fried 3.09 0.24 0.42 3.4
Broccoli 0.12 0.03 0 11.47
12.29 1.31 1.3 383.65
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Item Name Niacin(mg) Vit B6(mg) Vit B12(μg) Fol (DFE)(μg)
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed 0.35 0.11 0 3.94
Beans, Kidney, Red, Canned 0.23 0.04 0 10.24
Garlic Clove 0.02 0.04 0 0.09
Corn, Yellow, Fresh, Cooked 0.09 0 0 2.61
Onions, Chopped 0.04 0.04 0 6.08
Water, Tap 0 0 0 0
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures 0 0 0 0
Spinach, Chopped, Raw 0.65 0.18 0 174.6
Peas, Sugar or Snow 0.19 0.05 0 13.23
Mushrooms, White, Raw 1.73 0.05 0.02 7.68
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded 0.02 0.02 0.23 5.09
Salad Dressing, Thousand Island 0.13 0 0 0
Water, Tap 0 0 0 0
Kiwi Fruit, Green or Chinese Gooseberries 0.78 0.14 0 57
Grapefruit, Pink or Red 0.31 0 0 19.93
STARBUCKS Tall, Whole Milk, Coffee
FRAPPUCCINO Light Blend
0 0 0 0
Cookie, Peanut Butter, Ready to Eat 1.28 0.03 0.01 30
12.29 1.31 1.3 383.65
Item Name Vit C(mg) Vit D (ug)(μg) Vit A (RAE)(μg) Vit A (IU)(IU)
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal 0 0 0 0
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free 0 1.47 74.72 249.9
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked 0 0 0 0
Pork, Chop, Fried 0.34 0 1.13 3.75
Broccoli 16.23 0 5.64 113.39
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed 8.4 0 516.27 10325.44
Beans, Kidney, Red, Canned 0.56 0 0 0
Garlic Clove 0.94 0 0 0.27
Corn, Yellow, Fresh, Cooked 0.35 0 0.74 12.23
Onions, Chopped 2.37 0 0 0.64
Water, Tap 0 0 0 0
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures 0.12 0 0 10
Spinach, Chopped, Raw 25.29 0 422.1 8439.3
Peas, Sugar or Snow 18.9 0 17.01 342.41
Mushrooms, White, Raw 1.01 0.1 0 0
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded 0 0.17 74.86 283.07
Salad Dressing, Thousand Island 0 0.03 4.48 67.52
Water, Tap 0 0 0 0
Kiwi Fruit, Green or Chinese Gooseberries 211.36 0 9.12 198.36
Grapefruit, Pink or Red 47.84 0 88.93 1763.33
STARBUCKS Tall, Whole Milk, Coffee
FRAPPUCCINO Light Blend
0 0 0 0
Cookie, Peanut Butter, Ready to Eat 0 0 0.9 3
333.7 1.77 1,215.92 21,812.59
Item Name alpha-T(mg) Calcium(mg) Iron(mg) Magn(mg)
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal 0.29 40 1.8 40
8.77 872.3 10.27 353.17
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Item Name alpha-T(mg) Calcium(mg) Iron(mg) Magn(mg)
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free 0.01 149.45 0.04 13.48
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked 0.06 19.5 0.82 83.85
Pork, Chop, Fried 0.13 10.2 0.5 15.87
Broccoli 0.14 8.55 0.13 3.82
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed 0.62 17.71 0.47 11.81
Beans, Kidney, Red, Canned 0.01 12.8 0.65 14.34
Garlic Clove 0 5.43 0.05 0.75
Corn, Yellow, Fresh, Cooked 0.01 0.11 0.03 1.81
Onions, Chopped 0.01 7.36 0.07 3.2
Water, Tap 0 7.11 0 2.37
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures 0 2 0.22 0
Spinach, Chopped, Raw 1.83 89.1 2.44 71.1
Peas, Sugar or Snow 0.12 13.54 0.66 7.56
Mushrooms, White, Raw 0 1.44 0.24 4.32
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded 0.08 203.68 0.19 7.91
Salad Dressing, Thousand Island 1.28 5.44 0.38 2.56
Water, Tap 0 7.11 0 2.37
Kiwi Fruit, Green or Chinese Gooseberries 3.33 77.52 0.71 38.76
Grapefruit, Pink or Red 0.2 33.73 0.12 13.8
STARBUCKS Tall, Whole Milk, Coffee
FRAPPUCCINO Light Blend
0 150 0 0
Cookie, Peanut Butter, Ready to Eat 0.66 10.5 0.75 13.5
8.77 872.3 10.27 353.17
Item Name Potas(mg) Zinc(mg) Sodium(mg)
KASHI GOLEAN Crunch! Cereal 300 0.48 95
Milk, Non Fat Skim or Fat Free 191.1 0.51 51.45
Rice, Brown, Long Grain, Cooked 83.85 1.23 9.75
Pork, Chop, Fried 250.47 1.4 219.87
Broccoli 57.51 0.07 6.01
Potatoes, Sweet, Boiled, Mashed 150.88 0.13 17.71
Beans, Kidney, Red, Canned 131.07 0.84 132.1
Garlic Clove 12.03 0.03 0.51
Corn, Yellow, Fresh, Cooked 14.06 0.03 13.72
Onions, Chopped 46.72 0.05 1.28
Water, Tap 2.37 0 7.11
DOVE Dark Chocolate Miniatures 0 0 0
Spinach, Chopped, Raw 502.2 0.48 71.1
Peas, Sugar or Snow 63 0.09 1.26
Mushrooms, White, Raw 152.64 0.25 2.4
Cheese, Cheddar, Shredded 27.68 0.88 175.43
Salad Dressing, Thousand Island 34.24 0.08 276.16
Water, Tap 2.37 0 7.11
Kiwi Fruit, Green or Chinese Gooseberries 711.36 0.32 6.84
Grapefruit, Pink or Red 207 0.11 0
STARBUCKS Tall, Whole Milk, Coffee
FRAPPUCCINO Light Blend
0 0 160
2,990.66 7.14 1,379.3
DA Plus 10 Page: 21
Feb 13, 2011
Hannah Derreth, HD688143@wcupa.edu
Profile: Main Profile, 3 Day Average
Item Name Potas(mg) Zinc(mg) Sodium(mg)
Cookie, Peanut Butter, Ready to Eat 50.1 0.16 124.5
2,990.66 7.14 1,379.3
DA Plus 10 Page: 22
Feb 13, 2011
Hannah Derreth, HD688143@wcupa.edu
Profile: Main Profile, 3 Day Average
Energy Balance for Jan 20, 2011, Jan 22, 2011, Jan 25, 2011
Date kCal Consumed kCal Burned Net kCal
Jan 20, 2011 1698 2035 -337
Jan 22, 2011 1281 2035 -754
Jan 25, 2011 1453 2035 -582
Total: 4432 6105 -1673
Daily Caloric Summary kCal
Recommended: 2167
Average Intake: 1477
Average Expenditure: 2035
Average Net Gain/Loss: -558

Seduction at its finest.

February 3, 2011 § Leave a comment

Quentin Tarantino makes some of the most iconic movies in our culture. Recently he won the first ever Music + Film award for his brilliant combinations of music and picture. And not just in a music video way but in a cinematic way. There are certain songs that, if you’ve seen the movie, you think specifically of Quentin Tarantino. One song in particular, at least for me, is “Son of a Preacher Man” by Dusty Springfield. Take a look at how Tarantino uses it in Pulp Fiction.

A scene of complete seduction – Uma Thurman’s voice over the intercom, the slowly articulated “disco!” that she utters when John Travolta approaches the intercom – it’s unusual that Tarantino would choose this song. But how perfect is it? Completely adds to the entire feel of the scene in a way that no other song could.

Quentin Tarantino has paved a way for music’s place in cinema and has inspired many other directors’ song choices. I was watching the French film Heartbreakers yesterday (a great light hearted comedy, a few cheesy moments, but fun to watch a romantic comedy in another language). One of the opening scenes – a young, handsome man sitting in the pool lusting over the well tanned slim babe in a black bikini exit the pool in slow-mo. What song is in the background? That’s right – “Son of a Preacher Man” (in English of course). Fantastic to see Quentin Tarantino’s inspiration all over cinematic scene.

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