PHED_1164_Test 2 - What is the body weight determined by?...

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Review Which body fat composition is considered the standard research technique? The risk of disease starts to increase when BMI exceeds_______ Proper Nutrition Essential and Non-essential nutrients What is BMI? 95% of stored fat in the human body is what? What is the process that transforms fat into trans fatty acids? At age 25 the average person starts to gain how much weight per year? What are the benefits of HDLs? What is a complete protein? What is the main function of minerals? Differences in Vegetarians Benefits of consuming nuts several times a week? What is the main function of carbs? 2005 Dietary guidelines describe healthy diet as what? Soluble/ Insoluble fiber.
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Unformatted text preview: What is the body weight determined by? Which body fat composition is considered the standard research technique? Which body composition technique uses subcutaneous fat proportional to total body fat? What does apple shape/ and pear shape mean? Who is at greater risk for disease? Waist circumference measurements for men and women at risk. What two methods are combined to assess risk for disease now? What are some indications of low body weight for men and women? At who percent are they at risk? Essential fat/ Stored fat What percent of calories should fat come from according to the National Academy of Science?...
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