Nutrition Exam V

Nutrition Exam V - Nutrition Exam V Unit 12 1. What are the...

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Nutrition Exam V Unit 12 1. What are the 7 functions of water in body fluids? 2. How much water (fluid) constitutes the total body weight of an adult? What % of lean tissue weight is water? What % of adipose tissue weight is water? In what types of people is proportion of water in the body smaller? 3. Where are fluids found in the body? (3 major compartments). And define each of them. 4. What controls water balance? How much fluid goes in per day and how much goes out? What is the minimum amount of fluid that can be excreted per day? What is thirst? What is dehydration? What is water intoxication and what are its symptoms? 5. Explain minerals. What kind of elements? Chemical identity? Overdoses? Bioavailability? 6. What are the 7 major minerals and what kind of amounts are they needed in? What are the 7 trace minerals and what kind of amounts are they needed in? 7. How can major minerals be divided? Which 3 minerals are involved with fluid balance? Which 3 minerals are involved in bone health? 8. What type of atoms has no electrical charge? What happens when a mineral salt dissolves in water? What are ions? What are positive ions called and what are negative ions called? What are electrolytes? What is electrolyte balance? What can be a consequence of electrolyte imbalance? 9. What are cations? (give 4 examples). What are anions? (give 4 examples). 10. Sodium is the main what? What does it maintain? What does it help maintain? What does it assist in? What 7 foods have sodium in them? What are sodium’s 3 deficiency symptoms? 3 Toxicity symptoms? 1 gm of salt = ? 5 gm of salt = ? 1 tsp of salt = ? Health authorities recommend? Daily Values for sodium? Minimum needs? High Na intake leads to? 11. What is sodium’s relationship with hypertension? What does sodium increase? What does Calcium decrease? 12. Chloride is the main what? What does it maintain? What is it part of? What 7 foods have chloride in
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