Carbohydrate - several problems. Conclusion I have learned...

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Carbohydrate La’Shaunda Brown The Science of Nutrition/ SCI 241 March 27, 2010 Instructor: Kelley Strout
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What are Carbohydrates? The main source of the energy for the body. Compounds made up of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.
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Simple and Complex Carbohydrates Simple Carbohydrate Complex Carbohydrate
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How are sugars broken down and used in the body From the mouth starts the process of broking down the complex molecules. When introduced into your body it converts the sugars into glucose. Sugars are broken apart into carbon dioxide and water over time. As sugar is broken, energy is released that can be used by the cell.
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The benefits that carbohydrate provides They provide your body with energy. They are rich in phytonutrients. They are a good source of fiber. They are good source of vitamins.
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Foods that contain healthy sources of carbohydrates
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Diabetes Diabetes is a chronic (lifelong) disease marked by high levels of sugar in the blood. High blood levels of glucose can cause
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Unformatted text preview: several problems. Conclusion I have learned the difference between the good carbs and the bad carbs. I have explained the benefits that carbohydrates provides to the body. The way sugar is broken down and used in the body. Reference A.D.A.M. . (n.d.). Diabetes . Retrieved from http://www.google.com/health Dooley, K. (Year, Month Day). How are sugars broken down in the body?. . Retrieved from http://www.ehow.com Harvard School of Public. (n.d.). The Nutrition Source . Retrieved from http://www.hsph.harvard.edu Jegtvig, S. (2010, January 28). Basic Nutrition lesson one- Carbohydrates. . Retrieved from http://nutrition.about.com Manzella, D. (2006, December 4). What's the difference between simplex and complex carbohydrates?. . Retrieved from http://diabetes.about.com Parker, T. (2009, July 11). 4 Top Carbohydrate Health Benefits . Retrieved March 27, 2010, from http://ezinearticles.com/?4--Top--Carbohydrate--Health--Benefits&id=259501...
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