Exam 1 Review - NFS 210 Exam One Review PLEASE NOTE This...

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NFS 210 Exam One Review PLEASE NOTE: This review does not contain all the information you will need to do well on this exam. It is meant to be used as a study aid along with your notes, the textbook, the lingo to learn lists, information covered in the lab, and any assigned reading material. Chapter 1 1. Amount of heat energy it takes to raise the temperature of one liter of water 1°C a. 1000 calories or 1kCal 2. Not classified as a nutrient, but provides 7 kcal/g a. Alcohol 3. Number of kcals provided by 10 grams of fat a. 90 kCal 4. It’s recommended that this macronutrient provide 10-35% of your total daily kcals a. Protein 5. Intake recommendations estimated to meet the needs of 50% of the individuals in certain age and gender groups a. EAR – Estimated Average Requirements 6. Type of research study that compares disease rates among different population groups a. Epidemiological Studies 7. Nutrient recommendations based on the maximum daily intake of a nutrient unlikely to cause adverse health effects in almost all people a. Upper Tolerable Limit 8. This type of measurement is part of the ABCDEs of nutrition assessment; some examples include
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  • Nutrition, blood glucose, blood glucose levels, low blood glucose, GI Tract, a. double blind

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