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Spring 2008 Exam 3 Review

Spring 2008 Exam 3 Review - NTDT 10003 Contemporary Issues...

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NTDT 10003 Contemporary Issues in Nutrition Exam 3 Review Spring 2008 Bring a blue Scantron (8 ½” x 11”) and a calculator. You will NOT be allowed to use your cell phone as a calculator. Chapters 6 and 7 – Vitamins and Minerals What are vitamins? What is the difference between fat soluble and water soluble vitamins? Know the vitamins discussed in class, including functions, food sources, deficiency diseases/symptoms (if any), toxicity symptoms (if any). Explain the link between B vitamins and heart disease. What are minerals? Know the minerals discussed in class, including functions, food sources, deficiency diseases/symptoms (if any), toxicity symptoms (if any). What are phytochemicals? What do they do in the body? Do not memorize the specific phytochemicals discussed in class. What are functional foods? Do not memorize the specific functional foods discussed in class. Chapter 8 – Alcohol How many calories does alcohol provide per gram? Do not memorize the calorie content of specific alcoholic beverages (table H7-3 in your notes).
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