Exam Review - • Remember that acids liberate H •...

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Today Weight loss quackery Fill out sign-in sheet, show me your ad No writeup will be due 10 points for showing up, full credit for bringing in an advertisement Brief exam 3 review Final exam will have similar material as first 3 exams Lab Grades ICES evaluations
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Weight Loss Quackery Dynamic Energy Balance Equation: Δ Energy Stores = Energy Intake – Energy Expenditure Caloric Intake > Caloric Expenditure Weight Gain Caloric Intake < Caloric Expenditure Weight Loss Caloric Intake = Caloric Expenditure Weight Maintenance ~3,500 kcal deficit = 1 lb of weight loss Any weight loss intervention must either decrease caloric intake or increase caloric expenditure to be effective
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Exam Review Physiology of respiration/gas exchange/ inspiration/expiration Oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve
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Unformatted text preview: • Remember that acids liberate H + • Acid/base regulation (buffers, pH) • Conduction/convection/radiation/ evaporation • Body density gold standard: UWW • Correct order for progressive overload • 1 lb weight = 3500 kcal • Type 1 vs. Type 2 Diabetes and what symptoms • Ergogenic Aids (esp. EPO/Testosterone/GH) Lab Grades • Final lab grades will be posted this weekend • Overall course grades will be posted by Tuesday (hopefully) – If you have an A or A-, don’t need to take the final – If A-, can take the final to try to get an A, but it won’t hurt you if you do poorly ICES Evals • #2 pencil only • Make sure to answer the first 2 questions • Please write constructive comments on the back • Return to mailroom campus mail...
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2009 for the course KIN 150 taught by Professor Pence during the Spring '09 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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