Nutrition Note 01

Nutrition Note 01 - Exam M ajor component s of t he body...

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Major components of the body Difference between the women and men - fat lipid content due to protein, water, and muscle mass in males DRI - dietar y Reference I ntake % of population with adverse effect (high vitamin A and iron) % of population with sufficient levels Level of nutrients (mg) saturation level non saturation level vit. C in neutrophils Nutrition o Nutrition is the science of food, diet and digestion. It focuses on nutrients (their function, interaction, and balance in relation to health and disease) and on the processes by which food and nutrients are ingested, absorbed, transported, and utilized and excreted. o food (e.g. species) as medicine o aerobic provides more endurance o Exam based on lecture and course slides 1. text is supplementary information o Grade - Midterm (40%), Final (50%) and Diet Project (10%) 1. Midterm - short answers 2. Final - MC Composition of a human being: WFPMCV Male Female Water 62% 57% Fat (lipids + T.G) 15% 22-25% Proteins 16% 13% Minerals
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2010 for the course BIBC bibc 120 taught by Professor Crawford during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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Nutrition Note 01 - Exam M ajor component s of t he body...

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