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HNF 150 Spring 2008 Exam 1 Study Topics Weeks 1 and 2 Reading: Chapter 1 (pp. 1-28); Chapter 3 (pp.67-93) Problem set due: Friday, January 18, 4:00pm (on ANGEL) Nutrition Basics Know the energy yield for carbohydrate, protein, fat, and alcohol. Know how to calculate total caloric values of foods when given grams for various nutrients. Understand the following terms/concepts: Six classes of nutrients, essential nutrients, nutrient density, energy-yielding nutrients, organic/inorganic Glossary of food types on page 9 (Table 1-5), i.e. whole foods (not the supermarket!), enriched/fortified foods, functional foods, etc. Credible sources of nutrition information, types of nutrition experts: RD, dietitian, nutritionist, public health nutritionist, diet technician How do we know what we know? Understand the following terms/concepts: scientific method, Hypothesis/Null Hypothesis, Case study, Epidemiological Study, Cross-sectional study,
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Unformatted text preview: Intervention study, Randomized Clinical Trial, Placebo/Placebo-controlled, Double blind, “p” value, Laboratory study, In vivo, In vitro, experimental group, control group, 24-hour recall, Food Frequency questionnaire Body Basics Understand the following systems: Circulatory and lymphatic system, hormonal system, nervous system, immune system, digestive system, excretory system, storage systems Understand the following terms/concepts: enzyme, lymph, artery, vein, plasma, hormone, insulin, glucagon, adipose, glycogen, pancreas, gallbladder, bile duct, basic tastes What happens to the body in the fight or flight response? Digestion: Two types of Digestion, Order of components of Digestive Tract Know basics of digestion and absorption (study pp. 78-87, especially table 3-1) Film: How to get fat without really trying? Daily Foodie: Garlic...
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