Question: Tyrone Is A 35 Years Old Male Who Weighs 180 Lb. His BMI Is 24 Kg/m2 Which Is Classified As Normal Weight, He Doesn’t Have Any Chronic Diseases Neither Takes Any Medications Regularly. He Was Sedentary, But Started Lifting Weights Two Months Ago. Since He Started Exercising He Decided To Increase His Protein Intake. But Now He Is Concerned With The …

Question: Tyrone Is A 35 Years Old Male Who Weighs 180 Lb. His BMI Is 24 Kg/m2 Which Is Classified As Normal Weight, He Doesn’t Have Any Chronic Diseases Neither Takes Any Medications Regularly. He Was Sedentary, But Started Lifting Weights Two Months Ago. Since He Started Exercising He Decided To Increase His Protein Intake. But Now He Is Concerned With The …

Tyrone is a 35 years old male who weighs 180 lb. His BMI is 24kg/m2 which is classified as normal weight, he doesn’thave any chronic diseases neither takes any medications regularly.He was sedentary, but started lifting weights two months ago. Sincehe started exercising he decided to increase his protein intake.But now he is concerned with the distribution of macronutrients inhis diet. Tyrone decided to track his diet for 3 days and knowingthat you are a nutrition student he asks your help.

Tyrone’s average intake were the following:

Calories = 2600 kcal (consider that this is also the rightamount of calories for him)

Protein = 260g per day

Lipids = 86g per day

Carbohydrates = 195g per day

1. Calculate Tyrone’s Protein recommendation based on RDA.

2. Calculate Tyrone’s Protein recommendation based on AMDR(minimum and maximum intake).

3. Is Tyrone following RDA or AMDR recommendations? If not, arethere risks of consuming a high protein diet?