NUT10 Midterm I review

NUT10 Midterm I review - Protein Quality Score Compare to...

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Protein Quality Score Compare to reference protein (egg usually) 9 essential amino acids 1.) Cross out non-amino acids 2.) Calculate scores 1. divide by egg protein 1. 6.5/9 = 72% 2. 4/6 = 67% 3. 0.9/2 = 45% 4. 9.1/10 = 91% 3.) chemical score = lowest % = 45% = limiting protein RDA protein = .8 g protein per kg of body weight DV protein = 50g male and female DV fiber = 25g male and female BMR = basic functioning male: 1.0 kcal/kgxhour female: 0.9 kcal/kgxhour Activity level: sedentary: +30% BMR light: +50% BMR moderate: +70% BMR strenuous: +100% BMR Gain/loss 1 lb = 3500 kcal Thermic effect: 5%(BMR + activity level +/- gain/loss) Altogether = total energy intake nutrient: growth, maintenance, repair of tissues -proteins, carbs, fat, vitamins, minerals, water 1.) energy – released when chemical bonds are broken 2.) structure – provides structure such as bone 3.) regulate bodily functions essential: can't make at all or can't make enough -vitamin c, essential amino acids, essential fatty acids
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2010 for the course NUT NUT 10 taught by Professor Decker/scherr during the Winter '10 term at UC Davis.

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