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I Don't Care I Love It

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2) The healthy breakfast meal I created from Tim Horton’s is far more nutritious than the unhealthy meal. The healthy meal includes a mixed berry smoothie with yogurt, oatmeal with fruit, and yogurt with berries. All of the items have a moderate and ideal calorie count, that adds up to five hundred calories. On the other hand, the products from the unhealthy breakfast, a Boston cream donut, a BELT sausage bagel, and a French vanilla cappuccino, have an unsettling amount of calories that total up to one thousand sixty. The sum of calories for the unwholesome breakfast equals about half of the daily recommended quantity. The fat, an important macronutrient that’s used for energy, in the healthy meal adds up to two and a half grams, whereas the unwholesome breakfast has forty-one grams of fat. Two and a half grams is not too harsh and is rather reasonable for a meal. The forty-one grams, however, is again, approximately half of the advised amount. The total fat and calorie counts for the junk food day already scream unhealthy. The sodium count for the unwholesome meal is a troubling one thousand six hundred forty, nearly the entire days worth. The healthy meal also has a much lower sodium, saturated fat, protein, vitamin A, and carbohydrate total. Furthermore, the healthy meal has a larger count of fibre, vitamin C, and sugar. Aside from the totals of the macronutrients and micronutrients, the food groups used also determine whether the breakfast is healthy or not. In the healthy breakfast, there are a variety of food groups from the Canadian Food Guide, such as fruits and vegetables, which are from the berry smoothie, and dairy, from the yogurt. Having stated that, the unhealthy meal is mostly composed of foods made with high fats and oils, and therefore not many are included in the food guide’s groups. The more nutritious breakfast I produced was the healthy meal.
The wholesome lunch I constructed from subway was more beneficial than the unhealthy meal. In the healthy lunch choices, there is a six-inch roast beef sub with vegetable toppings on a nine-grain bun, water, and an oatmeal raisin cookie. The unhealthy meal consists of a six-inch chicken and bacon sub with vegetable toppings and a Coca-Cola drink with no ice. The wholesome lunch has a total calorie amount of five hundred twenty, whereas the unhealthy meal totals up to seven hundred sixty: almost a third of the suggested amount. Total fat, saturated fat, sodium, carbohydrates, and sugar have overall smaller amounts in the healthy meal compared to the unhealthy one. The fibre count is greater in the healthy meal and the vitamin C and vitamin A are the same in each lunch. Protein is also higher in the unhealthy meal, however only by one gram. The food groups addressed in each meal also determine if the meal is nutritious or not. In the healthy lunch, there were three servings of grains (from the bun and oatmeal cookie), one from meat and alternatives (roast beef), and one serving of fruits...

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