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Elaine Kwan Email: [email protected] OH: By appointment Things to be covered: food labels, old vs. new food pyramid, differences between fortified & enriched food, G.I. tract structure, digestive system; Q&A! 1) What is required on food labels? 2) Why do you think it is required to list the nutrients on the food label (iron, calcium, vitamin c, vitamin a, protein, sugars, fiber, total carbohydrate, sodium, cholesterol, trans fat, saturated fat, total fat, calories from fat, total calories)? 3) How to calculate percent of kcal from protein, fat, carb, alcohol? 4) Describe the difference between fortified and enriched food. 5) What are some of the differences between the old and new food pyramids? 6) Name the different types of muscular movements. 7) What is a bolus and where is it formed? How about chyme?
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8) Fill in the following table of the digestive system. Digestive
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Unformatted text preview: Organ Parts Functions Type of Movement Muscles involved Secretions Mouth Mastication Taste Buds *physical & chemical breakdown of food None Tube None Mix food A little absorption happens here Get chyme Small Intestine Circular Longitudal Reabsorption of water Absorbs gas; Bacterias can also make gas (from Fiber & Beans) Mucus Normal flora: good bacteria 9) What are the accessory organs and what is each of their function? 10) Name a storage organ and describe what it stores. 11) Name the different layers of the G.I. tract. 12) T/F: All ulcers are symptomatic. 13) What is a zymogen and give an example of one. 14) What are sphincters? Name all the sphincters and describe each of their function. Which one(s) are voluntary? Sphincter Location Functions 15) Name a disease associated with malfunction of the lower esophageal sphincter....
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