KINES-Chapter 4 Notes

KINES-Chapter 4 Notes - • serving size • number of...

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Chapter 4- Nutrition -macronutrients: energy in the form of calories (carbs, fats, and proteins) -micronutrients: regulate body functions (vitamins and minerals) -antioxidants: -trans-fats: formed when liquid oils are made into solid fats -saturated fats: found in animal products -unsaturated fats: derived from plant products -simple carbs: sugars that have little nutritive value beyond energy content -complex carbs: -water Forgotten nutrient 60% of a human’s body 6 to 8 8-oz glasses of water every day 2 to 3 8-oz glasses of water BEFORE working out, 4 to 6-oz of cool water every 15 minutes DURING the workout, and re-hydrating thoroughly AFTER the workout lubricates joints, absorbs shock, regulates body temp, maintains blood vol., and transports fluids -dehydration: 10% of loss of intracellular water concentration can result in death overweight, de-conditioned, un-acclimatized to heat = susceptible -food labels number of servings per container
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Unformatted text preview: • serving size • number of calories per serving • % of daily value of cholesterol, sodium, total carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins and minerals-binge-eating disorder • frequent episodes of out of control eating • eating more rapidly than normal, eating large quantities of food even when not hungry, eating till uncomfortably full-anorexia • state of starvation and emaciation • 5-20% die due to suicide or medical complications • long term/irregular menstruation can occur • dry skin, excessive hair on the skin, thinning scalp hair-bulimia • binging and purging • tooth erosion, cavities, gum damage • abdominal bloating-causes of eating disorders? 1. cultural factors 2. psychological factors 3. family pressure 4. emotional disorders 5. chemical imbalances-how to help someone with a problem • be patient, supportive, and do not judge the person • consult a doctor • offer to help the person seek help...
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