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1 HP 230 Study Guide for Exam #1 (Chapters 1-5) Chapter 1: An Overview of Nutrition o Food Choices and the factors that influence food choices o The Nutrients (Six major classes of nutrients, organic vs. inorganic, energy-yielding vs. non energy-yielding, calories/gram in energy-yielding) o How to calculate the energy available from foods (P. 10) o Dietary Reference Intakes (Four categories, using nutrient recommendations Pg. 21) o Nutrition Assessment (Information collected, Individual vs Population) Chapter 2: Planning a Healthy Diet o Diet Planning Principles o How to compare foods based on nutrient density (Pg. 39) o Dietary guidelines for Americans (4 main overall goals of a healthy diet, how often revised) o USDA Food Patterns (Serving equivalents, subgroups for vegetables/proteins, MyPlate) o Food labels (Ingredient list, Nutrition facts panel, % Daily Value) o Claims on labels (3 types) Chapter 3: Digestion, Absorption, and Transport o Anatomy of the digestive tract o The muscular action of digestion o The secretions of digestion (Table 3-1 on Pg. 78)
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