The Scientific Method

Essay by Serenity__1College, UndergraduateA, March 2009

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A. 1. Explore with me, as this week I have researched Crustaceans which fell into the group of Crustaceans, shrimp, mixed species, cooked, breaded and fried. The portion amount I chose was 7 due to the amount I normally consume when I enjoy them for an appetizer or dinner, which had a description gram of 4 large and a gram weight of 30 which totaled 210g for that specific serving.

2. There are 44 different components of the composition of Crustaceans. They do contain a big percent of proteins, which can be viewed in the example of the composition in pie chart form as seen below in Figure 1 ( On my household bag of Crustaceans there was a serving size suggestion of 3oz. (84g) which would be about 9-11 shrimp. For this serving there contained about 80 calories, 2% total fat, of which there weren't any saturated fat. They also contained about 55% cholesterol, 8% sodium, 0% sugar and fiber, and about 18g of protein.

There was a total of 9 calories per gram of fat, 4 calories per gram of carbohydrates and 4 calories per gram of proteins.

3. The total calorie count was 508kcal for the serving of 7 that I chose previously.

4. Some of the most common vitamins and minerals in this food item were 722mg of Sodium (Na), 472mg of Potassium (K), 458mg of Phosphorus (P) and 141mg of Calcium (Ca); 6.447mg of Niacin, 3.1 mg of Vitamin C, 0.735mg of Pantothenic acid, 0.286mg of Riboflavin, 0.271mg of Thiamin, although there were many more components contained in this particular item and will be discussed further along.

5. Other important nutritional components of this food item were a significant amount of another important vitamin which was 15% Iron. Iron is helpful because it creates...